Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan district attorney, intends to have former President Donald Trump on trial in a New York courtroom when the 2024 Republican presidential primary begins.
If the flimsy case Bragg’s office brought against Trump was not already viewed as flagrant election interference by voters, the proposed trial date leaves little room for doubt.
According to NBC News, the New York prosecutor wants to go to trial in January 2024, which would have a significant impact on the month’s GOP primaries. The president’s counsel requested that the trial be delayed until “later in the spring” of 2019.
Before the Trump case, no current or former president had ever been indicted.
The Manhattan district attorney’s office charged him with 34 felony counts of falsifying business documents in connection with a series of alleged “hush money” payments Trump allegedly made to cover up sexual indiscretions during the 2016 presidential campaign.
During his arraignment on Tuesday, the former president pleaded not guilty to all charges presented by Bragg’s office, which is reportedly filled with superstar legal academics who can detect crimes where others have failed.
Federal prosecutors examined the payments and then discreetly ended their investigation.
The Federal Election Commission investigated the payments and discovered nothing illegal.
The payments were examined by Bragg’s predecessor in the Manhattan DA’s office, who discovered nothing illegal.
But Bragg, who ran on a platform of holding the former president “accountable,” examined the same information and discovered alleged crimes, while his office refuses to prosecute violent goons.
The action of a rogue, politically-motivated left-wing prosecutor in New York is a message to electors across the country and an assault on the democratic process itself.
In January 2024, Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina are scheduled to conduct Republican primary elections.
Voters in Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and New York may be influenced by the trial if it continues into February.
If it continues into March, the current Republican frontrunner could be on trial on Super Tuesday.
Despite the left’s continual harangues about preserving “democracy” after the invasion of the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, this is blatant election interference. Trump’s indictment and proposed trial date should be regarded as nothing more than an effort by a New York Democrat to tilt the scales in states far removed from his city’s crime-ridden environment.
Trump is a presidential candidate for a significant party and a former president.
This upcoming winter, he could be seated in a Manhattan courtroom instead of campaigning during a primary where he may face stiff opposition.
This could harm the former president’s chances of winning, or it could prompt Republican primary voters to vote for Trump out of sympathy or protest.
Bragg could have a direct impact on the presidential campaign of his rival political party, which is alarming.
To interfere in the 2024 election, Democrats are employing every resource at their disposal.
They have proclaimed war on the method by which this country selects its leaders, and are employing the legal system as a weapon.
The only question is, who will they go after next?