June 14, 2024

Vagueness in Trump Case ‘Clearly Unconstitutional’


During an interview with Newsmax TV on Wednesday, New York Times bestselling Breaking Biden writer and Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow said that the allegations being put to the jury in 2024 Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump’s trial are ridiculously imprecise and the decide is “suggesting that you don’t even have to agree on what the crime is. He’s acting as though twelve people can all decide that if Trump is guilty of something, a combination of things, then he’s guilty.”

Marlow stated, “I think the key point to make is we still don’t know what all the charges are, and we’re deliberating now. So, we don’t know what all the laws that were violated and this vagueness is clearly unconstitutional. … But he’s suggesting that you don’t even have to agree on what the crime is. He’s acting as though twelve people can all decide that if Trump is guilty of something, a combination of things, then he’s guilty.”

Later in the phase, Marlow stated that because of the vagueness of the directions and an try by the prosecution to create a weird “constellation of different crimes,” “the confusion must be off the charts” for the jury.

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