June 22, 2024

Bragg drops charges against most pro-Palestinian protestors from Columbia University

Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg has done it again.

He's proved that he's way too soft on crime, except when it comes to taking out the enemies of America's liberal elite.

Israel is supposed to be among America's greatest allies in the entire world, so it would seem as though most in this country should have had no trouble picking between supporting our friends or the terrorist group of Hamas that massacred them.

We must have forgotten that it is now 2024, and everything has been on its head for a few years now, because so many liberal voters in America inexplicably decided to side with the terrorists.

This past Spring, universities across the country were slammed by protests from people who wanted the people of Israel to bow down to Hamas.

At Columbia University's Hamilton Hall alone, 46 people were arrested during a single day in May.

Now, most of them are getting off scot-free, showing that you're allowed to do whatever you want in America as long as your cause is aligned with liberals and is anti-American in nature.

Bragg has completely dismissed over 2/3 of the cases stemming from the aforementioned protest at Columbia, with 31 of the 46 people who were arrested seeing their cases dropped entirely.

Of the 15 who were not exonerated on the spot, 14 simply refused to "avoid being arrested in the next six months." Had they agreed to that, they would have been walking free right now as well.

The only man who wasn't given the option to walk away completely free was James Carlson, but that's because he also has two other open cases against him at present.

Carlson is being charged with flag burning in a separate incident and does not attend or work at the school.

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