Joe Rogan: DOJ Acting Like Banana Republic

( – The Biden administration is turning America into a “banana republic” with its deep state indictments of former President Donald Trump, podcaster Joe Rogan has declared, with Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz voicing the same conclusion.

Rogan and Dershowitz’s comments came independently after last week the Biden DOJ slapped Trump with a second federal indictment for supposedly trying to overturn the 2022 election.

“The people that love Trump feel like this is a witch hunt. And they feel like all the things he’s getting indicted for are bullshit anyway,” Rogan declared in a conversation with his guest, entrepreneur Patrick Bet-David.

“Not only does it not work, but it kind of hardens their position that he’s being targeted. And these are like the actions of a banana republic. You take your political rival, and you arrest him, and specifically, you charge him with things that you’re f***ing guilty of… like the classified documents, Biden’s guilty of the exact same issue,” Rogan elaborated.

His guest likened the Biden administration’s indictment onslaught against Trump to the Democrats’ Russiagate hoax.

“You got to respect the level of deceptiveness that’s been used. I mean, look at what Hillary did going and saying, ‘Hey, it’s Russia,’ but it was really what she was doing, another using a similar play as well,” Bet-David stated.

Meanwhile, in an interview on the FBN program “Kudlow,” Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz ripped the new Trump indictment.

The leftist scholar has been going after Joe Biden’s administration for months for its seemingly politically motivated actions against the former Republican president and the apparent weaponization of the Justice Department.

“We know that President Biden urged his attorney general to indict the man who he knew was going to be the leading opponent if against him,” Dershowitz stated on Friday, a day after Trump was arraigned in a Washington, DC court.

“That begins to look like banana republic land. That’s what happens when people in power are afraid of the democratic process. What they do is they seek the indictment and prosecution of the people who are running against them,” the legal scholar fumed.

“I have a constitutional right to vote against Donald Trump for the third time. I voted against him twice, I intend to vote against him again, but I want to have that right to vote against him and not have that right taken away from me by prosecutors and by the president, who wants to see him imprisoned. That’s just not the American way,” Dershowitz declared.