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A compilation of quotations on a variety of issues by national, state and regional writers, well-known personalities, just plain everyday people and from various publications collected by the editors of THE ADVANCE.

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'This is without a doubt the saddest day in the history of our country. I have no doubt our forefathers would be heartbroken and mortified. I am! Shame on NY, their (un)justice system, and all those who can't 'see the stupidity of all this due to the hate in their hearts.'

Anonymous Quote on Tuesday, April 4 Julio Rosas, Senior Writer for Townhall: 'Our country is going to hell': Trump fired up in Mar-a-Lago speech.

'The only crime that I have committed is to fiercely defend our nation from those who seek to destroy it,' Trump said, while noting Bragg was backed by money donated by George Soros during his election for district attorney.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson said the only reason why Trump was charged is because he decided to run for president again. 'It's that simple,' tweeted Carlson.

Matt Vespa, Senior Editor at Townhall. com: Former CNN executive explains what the liberal media really want to happen to Trump.

It's not about the charges being true or not, I’m sure the liberal media establishment knows these are trumped-up charges, but it’s about the slow bleed. Keeping Trump tied down in legal troubles degrades him; it’s a death by a thousand cuts strategy. The new playbook ensures the former president is engulfed in constant scandal.

Mark Lewis, native Texan currently living in Thailand, has taught history and English in America, South Korea, and China, and is an author: A great opportunity for Mr. Trump.

I don’t know how long this legal process against Mr. Trump will take. Alvin Bragg said something about a trial next January — right as the primary season gets into full swing. But any trial date is irrelevant. The only pertinent matter here is how Mr. Trump responds to it all. Wallow with his opponents in the mire and he’ll lose — even if he wins the court case. Show the American people he is the better man, and he’ll end up in the White House. It is a great opportunity for him. I hope he uses it wisely.

Gregg Jarrett, Fox News legal analyst and commentator: After Donald Trump's indictment, wave goodbye to our justice system, say hello to this.

Bragg ran for district attorney on the campaign pledge of prosecuting the former president. He vowed to exploit the immense powers of his office to bring down his party’s leading opponent. …

Bragg prejudged the merits of a case he had yet to bring and promised an outcome that was preordained. He perverted the legal system by misusing his prosecutorial authority to punish a political nemesis and advance his own career. He obliterated any semblance of fairness and impartiality.

The case against Trump is persecution disguised as prosecution. As district attorney, Bragg demolished the rule of law and reinforced the belief that there is no system of justice anymore. Only a corrupt legal system.

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