Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has a history of going after former President Donald Trump and it began long before this indictment.
During Bragg’s 2021 Democratic primary race, he campaigned on the fact that he sued the Trump Administration more than 100 times. There is now a video that has been found by the Republican National Committee that proves this.
“Let’s talk about what is waiting for the new DA — the docket,” Bragg said about upcoming future cases for the new DA. “We know there is a Trump investigation.”
“I have investigated Trump and his children and held them accountable for their misconduct with the Trump Foundation,” he said.
“I also sued the Trump administration more than 100 times for DACA, the travel ban, separation of children from their families at the border,” he boasted. “So, I know that work. I know how to follow the facts and know how to hold people in power accountable.”
Bragg won the general election but he did not bring charges against Trump in 2022. He blamed it on the fact that the case was not ready. He did win a case against Trump’s organization for tax fraud, but Trump was not charged in the incident.
Then the time was ripe for Bragg…he began presenting evidence to the grand jury about payments to Stormy Daniels. By March, Bragg convinced the jury in New York to indict Trump even though legal experts still say the case does not hold merit.
“This is Political Persecution and Election Interference at the highest level in history,” Trump posted on Truth Social. “You remember it just like I do: Russia, Russia, Russia; the Mueller Hoax; Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine; Impeachment Hoax 1; Impeachment Hoax 2; the illegal and unconstitutional Mar-a-Lago raid; and now this,” Trump added.
Trump’s lawyers should bring stalking charges against Bragg for his history.
During his 2021 Democrat primary campaign, far-left Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg said the Trump investigation would be "waiting for the new D.A.," then bragged he "sued the Trump administration more than 100 times." pic.twitter.com/g2U26ehVes
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