Hollywood OG’s Go MAGA, Slam Lawfare Tactics

In an interview that appeared over the weekend, film director Oliver Stone supported former President Donald Trump against the criminal proceedings he faces.

Stone, a fervent opponent of the outgoing president, contrasted Trump’s struggles with those of other international leaders in an interview with Variety.

Stone remarked, “The claims on both sides of the Trump-Biden race are very crazy.” It is a novel kind of conflict. We call this lawfare. They are using it against Trump. I believe there are fascinating connections between the type of conduct we see in America and around the world. Whether you support or oppose Trump, some of the allegations in his four trials are rather small.

A publicist for Stone’s latest documentary, “Lula,” which is about Brazil’s far-left president, reportedly tried to persuade Stone to talk about something else when Stone started talking about Trump, but Stone brushed him off.

Later, he proposed that in order to have more options for political parties than just two competing ones, the United States should change its electoral and political systems to more closely resemble those in Europe.

He subsequently stated, “It is very difficult for a man from the middle class or lower class to run for government in the United States unless they have money and corporate sponsors.” In the US, money dictates political outcomes. Europe has highly regulated elections, as you will discover if you visit. Up until recently, there was virtually no cost associated with the British elections. In France, election laws exist. In the US, we desperately need such laws. Let us remove financial influence from politics.

Later on, he said, “Look at the [two] parties.” “Like in Poland, we should have many parties and use public funds for political campaigns. Alternatively, observe the French and English models.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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