Donald Trump Jr. compares his father's indictments to the Japanese internment camps of WWII

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Citation From the July 21, 2023, edition of SiriusXM's The Megyn Kelly Show

DONALD TRUMP JR. (GUEST): They’re going to try to do anything to stop Trump. This talking point that it’s “No, they really want to run against Trump,” no, that play is a Fourteenth Amendment play. They want to do the insurrection thing like they used from the Civil War days to prevent him from ever being on the ballot. But Megyn, honestly, like, at this point, I’m almost used to it. You know, another day, another indictment. We’ve seen this show before but what’s perhaps even more troubling, even though it’s perhaps less personal to me but it is personal to me as an American was what we saw this week with the sixteen indictments in Michigan. Where a radical leftist Attorney General is going after people who did what John F. Kennedy did in 1960 and wanted to submit an alternate ballot set. 

The Democrats have weaponized lawfare. This is what they’re doing. I don’t know in any other time in history, maybe other than the Japanese internment camps during World War II, where we seem to have, in trying to create a class of political prisoners.