Alan Dershowitz Comes Forward, Shatters Nancy Pelosi’s Impeachment Dreams Into Million Pieces

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Alan Dershowitz is one of the foremost legal minds in this great country and has been for some time.

In short, when he speaks people listen and what he just said is devastating to the impeachment dreams of Nancy Pelosi.

From Mediaite: Harvard Professor Emeritus and vocal Donald Trump defender Alan Dershowitz appeared on Fox News tonight to downplay the Paul Manafort conviction and Michael Cohen plea, saying that “it is not nearly as deadly, lethal as some have portrayed it as being.”

Dershowitz, who was speaking to Fox News host Tucker Carlson when he made the remarks, did admit that today’s court proceedings are “the beginning of a story that will unravel over time” and that the president “perhaps” violated “election laws,” but he spent the rest of the interview defending Trump amid the scandal.

“Volation of election laws are regarded as kind of jaywalking in the realm of things about elections,” Dershowitz said. “Every administration violates the election laws, every candidate violates the election laws when they run for president.”

He continued:

“Here, they’re trying to elevate this into an impeachable offense or a felony against the president. Look, they may name the president as an un-indicted co-conspirator… Naming someone as an un-indicted co-conspirator is very unfair because has has no opportunity to defend himself or herself.”

From The Daily Caller:

“Any candidate has the right to contribute unlimited amounts to his own campaign,” said Dershowitz. “Any candidate. It may sound terrible, and it may be terrible, but any candidate has the right to pay hush money to somebody to influence the outcome of the election.”

“Not if it’s unreported,” interrupted Rodgers.

“Well, that’s the next question is whether it has to be reported, and is that a technical violation?” Dershowitz responded. “Do you know how many technical violations has the Obama campaign committed and every other campaign committed? Failure to report a contribution by the candidate itself is essentially jaywalking.”

Dershowitz then laid out the “credibility issue” with Cohen who, facing life in prison, would be tempted to say whatever prosecutors wanted him to say.

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