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February 25, 2024

Bragg Indicts Woman Who Rammed Policeman With Car While High

Alvin Bragg, the man famous for indicting Donald J. Trump in New York, is in the headlines again.

The Manhattan District Attorney, a Democrat, just announced another indictment.

This is a HUGE step in the right direction for both America and Bragg, as the D.A. had previously never really shown interest in keeping law and order in New York.

Bragg had often been accused of only using his platform to advance the liberal agenda, but it would appear as if he's made at least a baby step toward keeping criminals in line in New York City.

A short while ago, Bragg faced immense criticism for letting illegal immigrants walk free after they viciously attacked police officers, but Bragg may have learned his lesson from that incident.

FINALLY, he just stood up for the police of New York.

He's announced the indictment against age 24 Sahara Drula, who was high on marijuana when the indictment happened.

The D.A.'s office released a report that indicated that Drula was driving her black Lexus northbound through southbound traffic for quite some distance. It said:

She swerved in and out of traffic and changed speeds until she reached East 71st Street, where she paused in the middle of the intersection while she was blocked by traffic.

A police officer in the area approached DULA’s vehicle on foot to direct her into the proper lane of traffic. Instead of complying, DULA accelerated and hit him with her vehicle, causing him to roll up onto the hood of the car and fall to the ground. She was eventually arrested by another police officer in the area.

What do you think about this story?

Could Bragg finally be considering standing up for law and order, or should we not get our hopes up?

Let us know in the comments below.

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