NEW: Elon Musk slams NY Alvin Bragg case against Trump as 'corruption of the law’

The comment from Musk came in response to an explainer of the case from Vivek Ramaswamy.

Elon Musk slammed the falsified business documents case brought by left-wing NYC District Attorney Alvin Bragg as a "corruption of law" and "lawfare" on Monday. 

The comments from Musk came in response to a quick explainer of the case from former GOP candidate and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy. 

Vivek summarized the trial and prosecution as a "joke" and "destructive to our country."

Musk replied, "This case is obviously a corruption of the law. Lawfare."

Ramaswamy further explained that the case, where Trump is being tried on felony charges for falsifying business documents related to alleged “hush money” payments made to porn star Stormy Daniels.  

“Falsifying business records in New York is a misdemeanor, not a felony,” Ramaswamy said. “And it falls outside the statute of limitations, meaning it happened so far long ago that Alvin Bragg can’t bring the case unless he charges it as a felony.” 

Ramaswamy added that Trump would have had to be committing an underlying crime alongside the charges for it to be tried as a felony. 

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