June 12, 2024

Alvin Bragg looking more and more guilty of corruption

Jim Jordan has been certain for a while that Alvin Bragg has been deceiving America on his way to convicting Trump of 34 felony counts in New York.

Now, Republicans might finally have the proof they need.

Fox News is reporting that "new docs show Bragg spent $1,000,000 on attorneys to address House probe of Trump case amid city budget cuts."

What was Alvin trying to hide?

It would make sense to me that if Alvin Bragg had conducted this case fairly and squarely like he's asserting he did, two things would be true:

1) Alvin Bragg would be willing to expose the inner workings of the trial BEFORE Trump was sentenced. Why not, if Bragg has nothing to hide?

2) If he had done nothing wrong, Alvin Bragg would not have needed $1,000,000 worth of work from lawyers to cover his tracks within the Trump case.

To make this extra painful for the people of New York, Bragg was spending $1,000,000 to protect himself from a House of Representatives probe while the rest of New York City was struggling with budget cuts.

Maybe there wouldn't need to be budget cuts and sky-high taxes if we didn't let the liberals in America get away with spending all of our money looking out for themselves.

No matter which way you look at it, there are serious questions about the way Donald Trump's trial was conducted in New York.

Our former president was conducted on little evidence, and both of the prosecution's star witnesses were pretty quickly revealed to be complete liars.

Still, Bragg was able to luck his way into a conviction because of the liberal hotbed location and a corrupt judge.

If that wasn't the case, Bragg wouldn't need lawyers to be covering his tracks within the case.

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