Alvin Bragg Slowly Realizes His Trump Indictment Is Going to Backfire, and He’s Getting Desperate

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By Bonchie

Alvin Bragg can’t say he’s the best, but he can say he’s first. That was obviously the motivation behind his highly questionable indictment of Donald Trump on state-level charges for miscategorizing a hush money payment to Stormy Daniels.

In early April, Bragg moved forward under a novel legal theory that supposes he can elevate a misdemeanor that has already passed the statute of limitations to a felony under the idea that Trump committed the misdemeanor in service of another crime. What is the other alleged crime? A federal campaign finance law that Bragg has no jurisdiction over and which the Department of Justice has already decided not to pursue because it’s so laughable.

Despite the weakness of the case, Bragg rushed to the podium anyway to proclaim his triumph. Glowing press pieces and cable news hits followed. His profile had been sufficiently juiced, and he was on his way to bigger and better things.

But when you fly too close to the sun, your wings eventually melt off, and Bragg is slowly realizing his plan is going to backfire.

Let me translate that for you: Out of all the Trump indictments, filed or soon-to-be filed, Braggs is by far the dumbest and most likely to fail. Given that, he does not want to be the first prosecutor to hand the former president a massive PR victory so he’s now desperately looking for a way to let the DOJ’s cases go to trial first.

Bragg knows that the federal cases against Trump, politically biased and selective as they may be, are far stronger on legal grounds. If he ends up taking his case to trial in March of 2024 as currently scheduled, he stands a good chance of losing and going from hero to goat while also tainting the federal indictments.

That’s why you are seeing Bragg suggest that he’ll work with the judge to delay his case out of a “broad look at what justice requires.” In fact, I’d posit that he doesn’t just want to postpone his prosecution of Trump, he wants to end it completely. He just doesn’t want to end it yet.

Think about it. If the DOJ garners convictions with its charges, Bragg has his out.

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There’s a backlash brewing against these George Soros/Alexander Soros’ DA’s and Atty Gens.
Just the other day, in Oakland County wrote a letter calling for dramatic steps to address crime under the city’s Soros-backed district attorney.

“Failed leadership, including the movement to defund the police, our District Attorney’s unwillingness to charge and prosecute people who murder and commit life threatening serious crimes, and the proliferation of anti-police rhetoric have created a heyday for Oakland criminals,” the letter says.

Maybe the writing is on the wall for Alvin Bragg, too.

Last edited 10 months ago by Nan G

Alvin Bragg can’t say he’s the best, but he can say he’s first. That was obviously the motivation behind his highly questionable indictment of Donald Trump on state-level charges for miscategorizing a hush money payment to Stormy Daniels.

For a leftist, it’s a no-lose gamble. No matter what, he’s a leftist hero. He struck a blow at the evil Trump and, since the leftists don’t care if there is real evidence of any crimes or not, he sustains their fantasy of imprisoning Trump. When this collapses, they’ll still have “documents” and then January 6th and Georgia. The left never realizes how stupid their puppet masters believe they are (and they are mostly correct).

Based on arrogant idiot Biden’s own admission, we already knew it was true. People too cowardly to face the truth would never face the facts.

The NY indictment is dead

Bragg wants to clear the way for the far more serious federal indictments, so Trump can’t use court scheduling conflicts as a delaying tactic.

That’s why you are seeing Bragg suggest that he’ll work with the judge to delay his case out of a “broad look at what justice requires.” In fact, I’d posit that he doesn’t just want to postpone his prosecution of Trump, he wants to end it completely. He just doesn’t want to end it yet.

Last edited 10 months ago by Greg

Continue to comment on all things legal, Comrade Greggie. You simply prove what a total moron you are.

You forgot to explain why what I said isn’t both entirely true, and totally obvious.

You forgot to explain why what I said isn’t both entirely true, and totally obvious.

What you said was simply parroting Bragg. Soros didn’t buy that office for Bragg because Bragg was a legal genius. He bought because Bragg could be manipulated.

Soros that old turd, what Russian empire? The old Soviet Union is long gone, Greg you seem as addled and senile as him. The last generation of so called leaders F’ed away everything left to them, England once a global power now is a tiny island overtaken by “refugees” Elizabeth SUCKED. France, Spain, Italy everything pissed away. Now the Petro dollar soon to be pissed away by the retards or pedos in charge.
Bragg aint got nuthing, just like they kept you hooked on Trumps taxes fool, they have nothing to Jail him on, but keep that dying ember lit with your foolish propaganda.
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Last edited 10 months ago by kitt

You mean, charging Trump for what idiot Biden did?

This whole thing is going to totally Backfire on Bragg, Soros the M.S. Media and the DNC and all those behind it all no matter what we get from leftists Rags like the NYT, W.P. and Time, Newsweek CNN and the rest of the Media bottom feeders