In 2022, Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg reduced 52% of all felony charges to a misdemeanor.
However, now that Bragg's political enemy is on trial, Bragg is increasing a misdemeanor to a felony.
That enemy is Donald Trump.
In 2022, Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg reduced 52% of all felony charges to a misdemeanor
Now he’s elevating a misdemeanor to a felony that the feds refused to prosecute to indict President Trump
Criminals roam free. Political opponents go to jail.
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— Greg Price (@greg_price11) March 18, 2023
House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik, a Republican from New York, was the first member of Congress to endorse Donald Trump's bid for the 2024 presidential election. Stefanik has called the anticipated arrest of Trump a politically motivated attack.
She says that "leftist prosecutors like Alvin Bragg and their Socialist allies cannot beat President Trump at the ballot box," so they are resorting to extreme underhanded tactics.
Although, Stefanik warns, an arrest of Donald Trump would probably further his 2024 campaign, not hinder it.
"What these corrupt Leftist prosecutors like Alvin Bragg and their Socialist allies fail to understand is that America First Patriots have never been so energized to exercise their constitutional rights to peacefully organize and VOTE at the ballot box to save our great republic. This is unAmerican and the radical Left has reached a dangerous new low of Third World countries. Knowing they cannot beat President Trump at the ballot box, the Radical Left will now follow the lead of Socialist dictators and reportedly arrest President Trump, the leading Republican candidate for President of the United States."
Presumably, Donald Trump is thinking an arrest would boost his popularity among people tired of our corrupt liberal government. That's why Donald Trump himself was the one to break the news to America.
Do you think the potential arrest of Trump will help or hurt his campaign?
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