The left’s wet dream of finally throwing Trump in jail might have hit a roadblock in Manhattan.
According to reports, the Soros-funded Manhattan District Attorney, Alvin Bragg, was all set to arrest the former president on Tuesday for his alleged involvement in non-disclosure agreement payments to Stormy Daniels.
But it seems some explosive new testimony might have derailed the entire case.
Former federal prosecutor Robert Costello took the stand on Monday and spilled the tea.
He gave testimony, provided hundreds of pages of e-mails, and made it clear that Bragg’s star witness, the disgruntled former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, was a liar and had no credibility. Oops!
To be clear, Bragg’s charges allege that Trump should have labeled the “hush money” payments as “campaign fees.” But Costello made it clear that Cohen was the one who made the decision “on his own” to pay off Daniels and even took out a ‘key lock loan’ to keep it hush-hush.
According to Costello, Cohen is such a liar that he “couldn’t tell the truth if you put a gun to his head.”
Costello also revealed that Bragg cherry-picked only six e-mails out of over 300 that he had given them. And a newly surfaced letter from 2018 shows that Cohen himself admitted to using his personal funds to pay off Daniels, without any involvement from Trump or his campaign.
So, what’s Bragg going to do now? According to Democrat lawyer Alan Dershowitz, he has two options: He can either try to make the case without Cohen (good luck with that), or he can drop the case altogether. If he can’t make it without Cohen, he can’t make it. Simple as that.
We can’t say for sure if Costello’s testimony caused the delay in Trump’s arrest, but the decision to hold off came the very next day. It looks like the left’s dream of finally nailing Trump might have to wait a little longer. Better luck next time, snowflakes!