An NBC News and MSNBC legal analyst demanded Friday that Attorney General Merrick Garland arrest President Trump for a crime that has not been committed yet. The analyst called this crime that has not occurred yet insurrection 2.0. Speaking with liberal radio host Dean Obeidallah, legal analyst Glenn Kirschner said that Garland must arrest Trump, even though the crime has not been committed, and said it was a public safety issue.
Kirschner running around with an IQ under one makes him much more of a danger to our society. People like him should not be allowed out with decent people. Maybe Garland can arrest him for chronic stupidity.
Kirschner, a former U.S. Army prosecutor:
Here’s my thing: Every time I was involved in a covert investigation in the grand jury — for example going after a gang in DC — every single day, we had to make the assessment: Do we continue to investigate covertly and let these guys run around on the streets of Washington, D.C., potentially hurting others? Or have the scales tipped and is now public safety such a concern that we have to take down the investigation and make arrests and go public? I maintain that even though Merrick Garland needs time to investigate, and we still sort of in the early stages of a criminal investigation, public safety is at risk.
“Don’t we have to move out and charge Trump because he’s out there continuing to push ‘The Big Lie,’ continuing to grift his base, and in a very real sense recruiting the foot soldiers for insurrection 2.0?”
“I think nothing would make Donald Trump happier than insurrection 2.0,”
Kirschner went on to claim that special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s investigation proved Trump committed crimes, and any judge would “10 times out of 10” immediately approve an arrest warrant against Trump.
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But what is the truth?
After more than two years of investigating Trump and his presidential campaign, Mueller concluded in 2019 that neither Trump nor his campaign associates committed prosecutable criminal activity related to Russian interference in the 2016 election.
However, Kirschner neither provided evidence to back his allegation that Trump is guilty of crimes nor did he substantiate his claims that Trump is recruiting “foot soldiers” for another riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Additionally, Trump has not been implicated for any crimes related to the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, nor has any prosecutor, including Garland, indicated that Trump will be charged with any crime related to the events of that day.