Trump Believes the Manhattan Hush Money Case Is Dropped

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Former President Donald Trump told reporters on Saturday that Alvin Bragg dropped the Stormy Daniels’ hush money case against him. That would be a good idea since DA Bragg’s trying to convict him for a non-crime on the testimony of two liars.

“I think they’ve already dropped the case,” Trump told reporters aboard his plane after appearing at a campaign rally in Waco, Texas. “It’s a fake case. Some fake cases, they have absolutely nothing,” Axios reports.

Trump also posted that he thinks the case is dead. “The Manhattan D.A. Witch Hunt against me is DEAD, no evidence at all, & it has been conclusively proven that I did nothing wrong! The evidence against their ‘Star’ witness, however, is overwhelming,” the former president posted to Truth Social on Saturday.

“An already disbarred lawyer & convicted Felon, the only question left is will the D.A.s Office sue him for lying & fraud. They should! The SDNY already found him guilty on charges unrelated to “TRUMP” & wrote a scathing report. He is responsible for time taken away from the D.A. on VIOLENT CRIME!”

Even some Democrats say the case should be dropped. Donald Trump harshly criticized Michael Cohen, his accuser, and Axios said, “Trump cited no evidence, but did reiterate his criticism of Michael Cohen…”

Axios didn’t bother to mention that the Feds wouldn’t indict because Michael Cohen is a convicted perjurer. Cohen’s own lawyer called him out for constantly lying. If Axios is going to say DJT didn’t cite evidence, they should mention there is evidence.

The Southern District of New York wouldn’t even take up the non-case, and they tried.

We haven’t heard from Soros DA Alvin Bragg yet, except when he tried to blame Donald Trump for spreading information about the potential indictment. In fact, the media was spreading the news days before he mentioned it. Expecting the victim of prosecutorial abuse not to complain is ridiculous. Bragg needs to blame himself for overreach and self-correct.


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The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
10 months ago

O’Keefe claims he has sources in the grand jury. I suspect it was O’Keefe who warned Trump about the sudden rush to indict him. (That rush coincided with the sudden upsurge in publicity for DeSantis. The affiliation of DeSantis with powerful Trump haters makes this more suspicious.) That warning to Trump was shown to be true, with for example barricades being put out over there.

The prosecutor was caught off guard by the exposure, including the stories he was hiding evidence. This led to a series of planned and cancelled sessions.

O’Keefe may now be the one telling Trump that the case may be dropped.

The failures of the prosecutor and DeSantis are huge and underestimated. These people badly botched things, leading to public embarrassment.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
10 months ago

In fact, the media was spreading the news days before he mentioned it. “

This is why M. Dowling is a heroine and we need for like her. She delivers the truth and she has her finger on the pulse so she can point out the truth.
It is almost like she is a lie-detector.

GuvGeek
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GuvGeek
10 months ago

Agreed!

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
10 months ago

She does very well. I think I have been reading here about 17 years.

GuvGeek
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GuvGeek
10 months ago

DA Alvin Bragg was never going to bring charges. In retrospect it was a propaganda operation. The Grand Jury and Media leaks were a scam to divert the news cycle. What was so important to create that large of a hoax? Was it the Border, Ukraine, or the Putin and Xi meeting? Was it that the Government was behind J6? Maybe there is something even bigger that needed to be hidden? How about the FED and Bank Failures? Was the Government afraid of a run on the Banks?

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fd6711afb86da7e
10 months ago

Thank Alvin for the bump in the polls.