Ron Desantis Considers Pardoning Those Involved In The Capitol Storming, Including Donald Trump, If He Is Elected President

Ron DeSantis Considers Pardoning Those Involved In The Capitol Storming, Including Donald Trump, If He Is Elected President

After a start to the presidential campaign full of technical problems due to Twitter servers, the governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, began to direct his candidacy, raising the possibility of pardoning those involved in the assault on the United States Capitol on December 6. January of the year 2021, this in the event that he is indeed elected as president of the United States.

In an interview offered to the podcast “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show, where he was asked if he would consider pardoning those accused of the events of January 6, including former US President Donald Trump, DeSantis replied that: “ Any instance of unfavorable treatment based on political considerations will be reviewed, no matter how small or how large.”

DeSantis assured that, if elected as national president, he will have a team that will review each case related to the events of January 6, 2021.


“All cases of people who have been victims of political movements or who have been criminalized will be reviewed, and we will aggressively issue pardons,” he asserted.

The current governor of Florida also accused the Justice Department, as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI, for its acronym in English) of “militarizing” their authority when carrying out investigations into the January 6 attacks on the Capitol. , according to the news portal The Hill.

The Justice Department reported earlier this month that there have been approximately 1,033 arrests related to the siege of the Capitol, and that 485 people have been found guilty of crimes for the actions that day, according to information from The Hill.

On the other hand, DeSantis accused the FBI of harassing anti-abortion groups in the US, and that it will have the objective of reviewing “case by case” to determine if the government has incurred in the criminalization of what it called “groups less favored”.

“We are going to evaluate whether the government has criminalized these disadvantaged groups and we are going to give the corresponding compensation. This will be done on a case-by-case basis,” Governor DeSantis said.

Former President Donald Trump is currently the subject of a federal investigation for his role in the events that occurred on January 6 on Capitol Hill.

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