WATCH: Josh Hawley sounds off on Trump Indictment

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Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) weighed in on Donald Trump’s indictment, saying at the Western Conservative Summit on Friday, “We don’t have a republic anymore” if you can jail your political opponents.

Hawley spoke at the summit, hosted by the Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University,  weighing in on the left’s increasing politicization of the federal government.

He said that America is in a moment of great “danger,” contending that the decisions made in the next four to six years will determine the fate of the country for the next 50 to 60 years — or if America will even remain a country 50 or 60 years from now.

“We are at a moment of danger, a moment of inflection, a moment where the things that we do, the decisions that we make, the choices that we pursue in the next four or five or six years will determine the future of this country for the next 50 or 60 years,” Hawley warned.

He said the left is “assaulting the very foundations of our American nation.”

He slammed the indictment of former President Donald Trump, and warned,“All I can say about it this, if the people in power can put in jail their political opponents, we don’t have a republic anymore, that’s the danger we’re in.”

WATCH Hawley’s comments in the video below:

Hawley made a similar statement on Twitter on Thursday, the day Trump was indicted.

“If the people in power can jail their political opponents at will, we don’t have a republic,” he tweeted.

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