Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to share his thoughts on the potential indictment of former President Trump by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, and the ramifications this would have for our country.

“Nobody yet has really I think fully explained how big a problem this is going to be. This is going to divide the country like nothing has in a long time. It is going to anger a huge part of the country. I mean, I’m talking about a visible, seething anger at taking a president and trying to make a fool of a former president and trying to put him up and take a mug shot of him and arrest him. I think it will divide this country like nothing has ever happened. And people need to remember, when Gerald Ford took the, I think, responsible position of not going after Richard Nixon, it was to let the nation heal. And this is something that I think is awful that they’re going to do. It’s over something that’s an alleged campaign finance violation that shouldn’t be criminal anyway and ought to be a fine if it is true. And if they if they choose to actually arrest him, you’re going you’re going to see discontent and possibly unrest in the country.”

Plus, Senator Paul sheds light on actions taken by Dr. Fauci and other top health officials to cover up the COVID-19 lab leak theory during the early days of the pandemic. Listen to the podcast to hear what else he had to say!