Does the Left [sic] Really Want a Land of Lawfare?

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by Victor Davis Hanson

“Republicans are debating whether for the sake of the country to play the adult role, and take the high road, eschewing tit-for-tat lawfare. Or should they reciprocate in kind to restore deterrence and remind the Left to stop it, given what they do to others even more seriously could be done to them? If the latter choice, what might be the areas of such pushback should the Republican capture the White House and Congress in 2025? Election Interference. Biden’s two top national security officials Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan both acted either unethically or illegally in the respective 2016 and 2020 campaigns. Sullivan, Hillary Clinton’s chief foreign policy advisor, helped to push in conspiratorial fashion the false story within government circles and the media that a Russian Alfa bank was covertly ‘communicating’ with the Trump campaign (a lie that helped fuel the entire ‘Russian collusion’ election-interference caper).” (06/05/24)