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FACT CHECK: DeSantis Won’t Help Soros Prosecutor in Trump Case

Sources close to Governor DeSantis state that his remarks on the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office attempts to indict former President Trump this morning were directed against the prosecutor, not Trump.

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA — At a press conference on Monday morning, Governor Desantis commented on the possible indictment of former President Trump – emphasizing the security threat posed by Soros agents like Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg infiltrating the U.S. justice system.

“I have no interest in getting involved in some type of manufactured circus by some Soros D.A., okay? He's trying to do a political spectacle. He's trying to virtue signal for his base. I've got real issues I got to deal with here in the state of Florida, we're obviously shutting down CBDC, which is important,” DeSantis said at the press conference.

The governor also commented on the threat posed by radical globalist George Soros’ interference in the U.S. justice system, and the real suffering caused by his funding of prosecutors who are engaged in sabotaging the daily lives of Americans.

“When you're talking about these Soros funded prosecutors, yes, they may do a high-profile politicized prosecution. And that's bad. But the real victims are ordinary New Yorkers, ordinary Americans and all these different jurisdictions that they get victimized every day, because of the reckless political agenda that the Soros D.A.’s bring to their job,” DeSantis stated.

“They ignore crime, and they empower criminals. And that hurts people hurts a lot of people every single day. These Soros district attorneys are a menace to society. And I'm just glad that I'm the only governor in the country that's actually removed one from office during my tenure,” the governor explained.