Dr. Phil Eviscerates Biden For Lawfare Against Trump – State of the Union

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TV host Dr. Phil delivered an impassioned monologue criticizing the Biden administration and Justice Department for weaponizing legal systems against political opponents like Donald Trump.

He warned this sets a troubling precedent that could undermine constitutional values and spark further retaliation.

“I wanted to share my final thought about this. This weaponization of our great institutions, the FBI, Justice Department, and individual states’ similar institutions, will lead to one of two outcomes. One is more of the same from the other side, tit for tat. That may seem deserved, but it is not the right way forward for America,” Dr. Phil said.

“For any war to truly end, forgiveness is necessary. That is true of any war, including our current cultural war.”

While acknowledging demands for Trump’s prosecution may feel deserved, Dr. Phil said it would not move the country forward in a healthy way.

He accused the DOJ of abandoning its principles to serve fleeting political goals rather than impart true justice.

“We need our Justice Department to return to the business of meting out justice and not running the political agendas of those currently in power, blindly seeking convictions, warranted or otherwise, and attacking political opponents,” he said.

“This kind of thing is exactly why I launched Merritt Street Media and wrote, ‘We’ve Got Issues.’ I don’t like seeing the weaponization of our justice system, agencies, and powerful government actions that frankly just make my skin crawl, of us and for my grandchildren.”

Dr. Phil closed by pleading for an end to such “lawfare” attacks and a return to proper functioning of government, saying the current trajectory troubled him deeply for future generations and could damage national sanity if left unresolved.

“We have serious problems to solve and it will take serious people to solve them… They need to know we are watching and their positions are privileges not legacies. They work for us until they don’t,” he said. “The current administration could and should do the right thing. Dismiss now, even now, post-conviction of a political opponent, all such lawfare and pledge to return to the normal functioning of a government rightly run.”

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