Buckle up because it’s time to talk about how the judicial system is being used to go after our favorite president, Donald J Trump.
On Tuesday, the Soros-funded Manhattan District Attorney, Alvin Bragg, finally released the long-awaited Trump indictment, which contains 34 felony counts of falsifying business records with the intent of covering up a federal crime.
It is important to note that the 34 counts of falsifying business records are related to payments made by Trump to his lawyer that should have been marked as campaign expenses instead of business expenses. Falsifying business records is a misdemeanor process crime, which typically results in a fine at most. However, when paired with the intent of covering up a federal crime, felony charges with a maximum sentence of 136 years in prison can be imposed.
The biggest problem with Bragg’s indictment is that it does not name the alleged federal crime that Trump was supposedly trying to cover up. When asked by reporters to name the federal crime, Bragg responded that “The indictment doesn’t specify because the law does not so require.”
Bragg alluded to potential felonies like campaign finance violations that put a cap on political contributions, but he does not have the jurisdiction to charge someone under a state statute for an alleged federal crime so it’s really unclear wtf he is doing.
Furthermore, if Bragg is correct and New York State law does not require him to name the alleged felony Trump committed, the state law would be in violation of the U.S. Constitution. As Mark Levin pointed out on his radio show, “You can’t possibly have due process if you don’t even know what you’re defending against.”
To make matters worse, during his post-arrest press conference, Bragg stated, “We cannot and will not normalize serious criminal conduct.” Uh, hello? This is the same guy who downgraded over half of Manhattan’s felony charges to misdemeanors since becoming DA. The hypocrisy is real.
At this point, it is beyond evident that the justice system is being weaponized against political opponents, and this abuse of power must stop.