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Tucker reacts: ‘This won’t stop Trump. He’ll win the election if he’s not killed first …’


Tucker Carlson predicted the guilty verdict out of a New York City courtroom “won’t stop” former President Donald Trump who will likely go on to win the election in November.

The former Fox News host took to social media to express his disgust with the brief jury deliberation that found Trump guilty Thursday on all 34 felony counts of “falsifying business records” in the so-called hush money trial.

“Import the Third World, become the Third World. That’s what we just saw,” Carlson wrote on X. “This won’t stop Trump. He’ll win the election if he’s not killed first.”

“But it does mark the end of the fairest justice system in the world,” Carlson pointed out.

“Anyone who defends this verdict is a danger to you and your family,” he added.

The case marks the first time a former U.S. President has faced a criminal trial and, as the show trial was condemned as it progressed, the final verdict delivered Thursday set off a wave of angry reactions from Trump supporters and conservatives who warned of the consequences of the political lawfare.

“Guilty on all counts. The Democrats have succeeded in their years long attempt to turn America into a third-world shi-hole,” the former president’s son, Donald Trump Jr. wrote on X. “November 5 is our last chance to save it.”

He also slammed the July 11 sentencing date which is four days before the Republican National Convention.

“Sentencing is 4 days before the GOP Convention.,” he wrote. “They’re not even trying to hide the ELECTION INTERFERENCE!!!!” In another post, Trump Jr. said the U.S. looks like a “banana republic.”

Billionaire X owner Elon Musk agreed that there is a greater danger to Americans because of the verdict against Trump.

“Indeed, great damage was done today to the public’s faith in the American legal system,” he wrote on X. “If a former President can be criminally convicted over such a trivial matter – motivated by politics, rather than justice – then anyone is at risk of a similar fate.”