The Washington Post explains the real danger of Ron DeSantis’ pardon speech


The move shows that DeSantis, who officially entered the 2024 presidential election on Wednesday, is running “more as an echo than an alternative” to Trump, the newspaper said.

“The pending pardons give the January 6 rioters hope that they will not be held accountable,” the board warned, saying they “will discourage settlements and encourage the accused to delay proceedings in the hope that.” they will receive grace in 20 months.”

“It also increases the risk that people will resort to violence again if they don’t like the outcome of next year’s election, anticipating a possible pardon if their preferred candidate takes power,” it said.

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