June 18, 2024

“These Dems will rue the day they decided to use lawfare to stop a presidential candidate,” she says.

A reckoning is coming for Democrat leaders now that former President Donald Trump has been convicted in New York City, according to political commentator Megyn Kelly.

Kelly on Thursday predicted that Joe Biden, former President Barack Obama, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are now vulnerable to prosecution for their own respective crimes in the future now that Trump has been convicted on 34 felony counts of falsifying business documents.

“What just happened today is a line we can’t uncross. And these Dems will rue the day they decided to use lawfare to stop a presidential candidate,” Kelly said on her podcast.

“You just wait, and it won’t be Hunter Biden the next time. It’s going to be Joe Biden. It could potentially still be Barack Obama. It could still potentially be Hillary Clinton.”

“We’re going to have to look at what the statutes of limitations are on the various crimes they surely committed. We’re going to have to look at passing laws to revive those dead crimes, felonies, or misdemeanors so that those cases can be brought out of time.”

“The only way to save the Republic now is to give them a taste of their own medicine,” she added.

Kelly compared the Democrats to a wolf that just “tasted blood” and suggested the only way to stop a wolf from “coming back for more” is “if he loses a limb of his own.”

“Who’s getting indicted next?” she asked. “Joe Biden? Maybe Jill Biden? How low can we go? You may not want to see it. That ship has already left port. That horse has left the barn. That’s where we’re going.”

“So before you celebrate too much over at MSNBC and CNN, who are positively gleeful, gleeful over this absurd conviction, you wait and ask yourself, ask yourself what kind of Pandora’s box has been opened here?” she added.

Watch Kelly’s full remarks:

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