RFK Jr. Warns: Democrats’ Legal Attacks on Trump Make U.S. Look Like a Banana Republic

In a recent interview with Jesse Watters, presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. shared his thoughts on the ongoing legal battles facing former President Donald Trump. Despite not being a Trump supporter, RFK Jr. took a principled stance on the issue, emphasizing the dangers of politicizing the judicial system. His words resonate with a message of fairness and the importance of maintaining trust in our institutions.

RFK Jr.’s Stand on Trump’s Legal Battles

During the interview, RFK Jr. expressed his belief that the legal actions against Trump are politically motivated and could backfire on the Democrats. “Every time that President Trump has been indicted, his approval ratings actually increase,” RFK Jr. noted. He pointed out that many Americans view these indictments as a weaponization of the judicial system, which only serves to boost Trump’s popularity.

RFK Jr. stressed that he wants to beat Trump in a fair election, not in a courtroom. “I’m not a fan of President Trump’s, but I want to win, I want to beat him in a campaign on a level playing field,” he stated. This perspective underscores his commitment to democratic principles and a fair electoral process.

The Danger of Politicizing the Judicial System

One of the most critical points RFK Jr. made was about the importance of keeping politics out of the judicial system. He recounted how his father, Robert F. Kennedy, approached his role as Attorney General with a strict policy against political prosecutions. “Politics is out the window,” his father would say. “We never prosecute based on politics.”

RFK Jr. highlighted the potential damage to public trust if the judicial system is seen as biased. “If we start believing that it’s politicized, it’s terrible for our country,” he warned. This concern is particularly relevant in the context of the current legal actions against Trump, which many view as a strategic move by the Democrats to eliminate a political rival.

The Media’s Role in the Political Climate

Both RFK Jr. and Watters criticized the media for its role in the current political climate. They argued that the media’s partisanship allows political figures to get away with actions that undermine democratic principles. “There is tribalism in the media,” RFK Jr. said. He emphasized that many journalists have forgotten the importance of integrity and unbiased reporting.

The media’s failure to hold those in power accountable contributes to a sense of injustice among the public. RFK Jr. pointed out that this lack of accountability allows political prosecutions to proceed unchecked, further eroding trust in the system.

The Evolving Democratic Party

RFK Jr. also expressed concern about the direction of the Democratic Party. He recalled that the party he grew up with was committed to ensuring that everyone could vote and that no one was disenfranchised. However, he believes that the modern Democratic Party has shifted away from these principles.

“The modern Democratic Party is trying to get rid of as many possibilities for voters as possible,” he said. This shift, according to RFK Jr., is not good for the country. He argued that disenfranchising voters only fuels anger and division, undermining the democratic process.

Final Thoughts

RFK Jr.’s interview with Jesse Watters offers a compelling perspective on the current state of American politics. Despite his political differences with Trump, RFK Jr. stands firm in his belief that the judicial system should not be used as a tool for political gain. His call for fairness and integrity resonates with anyone who values democracy and the rule of law.

RFK Jr.’s stance highlights the dangers of politicizing the judicial system and the importance of maintaining public trust in our institutions. His criticisms of the media and the evolving Democratic Party underscore the need for a return to the principles of fairness and inclusivity. As the political landscape continues to evolve, RFK Jr.’s message serves as a reminder of the values that should guide our actions and decisions.



  1. Avatar photoYO VINNIE Reply

    Look like a banana republic? It is a banana republic.

    No trust in the current administration what so ever.

    1. Avatar photoAllen Reply

      YO VINNIE (love your display name by the way): Totally agree with you on no trust in this farce of an “administration.” You want to see a DICKtator, all you have to do is look at the moron-in-chief.

  2. Avatar photojsubtwothousand Reply

    The zombie hoard liberals have no care how it makes anyone look like other than how they themselves look.

  3. Avatar photoSHRW ?? Reply

    Makes U,S, look like a banana republic? The democrat party has put the United States on the fast track to becoming a banana republic. They will try every dirty trick in the book to stay in power.

  4. Avatar photoRon C Reply

    Nonsense RFK jr. we don’t look third world… we are third world, with the government stealing from the citizens and imprisoning the dissenters!

  5. Avatar photoEl-Tejas Reply

    Has anyone taken a close look at some of our cities. They have the appearances of a third world country. And the the politics of a banana republic.

  6. Avatar photoBrian James Reply

    The democrat party is on a mission to ruin our Country and Society.
    Their driving force is political correctness, not the best man wins.
    They own and embrace DEI, CRT, BLM, LGBTQ and never stop the effort to elevate 13.8% of the Country and 1.7% to 50% or more, in every walk of life. They jam those efforts down our throats. Just turn on the tv to see their success in all programming and advertising and staffing of every station, all major sports, government employment, utilities employment and public transportation. If you dropped down from Mass to observe you would conclude the 13.7% and 1.7% are majority participation.

  7. Avatar photoC.W. LAUDERDALE Reply

    America, take it from a very old soldier/cop. Most of the actions taken by the democrats over the years since Donald Trump came down that escalator are really are not all that new. But, the act of falsely convicting an ex-president clearly demonstrates that the democrats dominating the political class, the bureaucracy, the media, and academia have become louder, dumber, crazier, and have no regard for the rights/concerns of their fellow Americans. Question you have to ask yourself is, do you really know the true degree of threat the democrats present to you, your family, and your way of life?

    As a retired soldier/cop who joined the army at the age of 17, spent over 30 years as a soldier after swearing to protect the American people from all threats (both foreign and domestic), followed by another six years as a civilian police chief sworn to serve and protect the folks in my community, I present you with seven of the many lessons learned I first presented in 1989 to the citizens of my community.


    *The ‘Seven C’s of Leadership’ according to a survey of Vietnam era ground combat veterans listed of the order of their importance to the veterans are; Candor, Competence, Consistency, Commitment, Courage, Compassion, and Courtesy. The reason the soldiers chose “candor” is because candor encompasses both omission and co-mission. To a combat soldier the lack of absolute candor, be it co-mission or omission, are equal sins! It has been my observation that, democrats are masters of co-mission while republicans are masters of omission!

    *The American people are the most effectively lied to people in modern times thanks primarily to the political class, the bureaucracies at every level of government, the media, and academia.

    *Most of the politicians/bureaucrats/academicians/media types I have encountered during my years as a soldier and a cop I most kindly refer to as; self-serving, witless, cowards. Note: Prior to retiring to the deep woods I referred to most of the before mentioned folks as self-serving, witless, cowardly, piss-ants. After a short time in the woods I came to know that piss-ants are neither self-serving nor witless, and certainly not cowards!

    *After carefully watching the whole of the political class for many years I can say without reservation that most of the group will sell their souls and our bodies just to remain in power.
    *The end goal of the elites and their minions is not (nor ever has been) socialism, communism, fascism, or capitalism. The elites of the world have used all manner of ideologies, religions, terrorism, wars, etc., to drive the masses/peasants/serfs/whoever in one direction. That direction leads to one of the oldest forms of human control ever employed in the history of mankind. That form of human control is Feudalism!

    *The greatest threats to the American people are the corrupt and/or incompetent politicians/bureaucrats/academicians found at every level of government/academia, and the majority of the so-called media.

    *If the so-called ‘progressive movement’ continues unchecked a number of able veterans/soldiers/cops are going to be presented with a challenge/decision. Are the American people worth another drop of our sweat and/or our blood?

    Soldier/Cop, Retired

    Note: These seven lessons learned and 12 more were prepared as part of the prelude of a book that detailed an investigation that named as subjects a large number of politicians and bureaucrats including a first term senator, a governor, and a state attorney general. All three of the politicians went on to become President of the United States of America.

    Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired

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