America hangs in the balance

“Twelve average Americans sat in a room, and guess what? They didn't get information or evidence from TikTok or Instagram. They got evidence presented rationally by the prosecution in this case. And they made a decision that Donald J. Trump was guilty. And Donald J. Trump's reaction to the guilty verdict was, once again—he's already demeaned and destroyed much of our electoral process by saying it’s rigged and corrupt. And now he took on the rule of law. He took on the definition of justice itself by saying this verdict was corrupt, and it was rigged, and it’s a rigged system. Well, if he was correct in both his assertions, that the electoral process is rigged and corrupt, and that the judicial process is rigged and corrupt, then there is no more America. There is no more America,” says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle during this Morning Joe conversation with the panel and MSNBC legal analyst Lisa Rubin as they react to former President Trump being convicted on all 34 and felony counts in a scheme to illegally influence the 2016 election by falsifying business records in a case stemming from a payment that silenced a porn star. Trump became the first former president in U.S. history to be convicted of a felony crime.



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