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Bragg Creates Nightmare for Trump, Asks Judge to Order Absurd Trial Date

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A new media report reveals that the Marxist Manhattan district attorney intends to use his power as a public servant to interfere in the 2024 presidential election and halt President Donald J. Trump’s reelection momentum.

We know this because of the date he chose for the recent detention of Trump’s trial.

The majority of Trump’s supporters are not surprised by this scheme because they have seen the evidence of the “get Trump” movement, an alliance of government dependents like Alvin Bragg, and we know they will go to any extent to stop him before the election.

Democrats favor a large, centralized government that has the authority to choose victors and losers, as well as political candidates.

Opponents of the America First agenda have cheered the complete collapse of the rule of law and due process, which Democrats have exploited to stop the only candidate they cannot possibly defeat at the ballot box if the American people are permitted to vote freely and have their ballots counted.

Here are additional details from a recent report that indicate the left intends to prevent Trump from standing for president.

Bragg’s desire to go to trial in January 2024, as reported by NBC, has fueled speculation that the entire investigation is intended to harm Trump’s presidential campaign.

“On Tuesday, Judge Juan Merchan set a Dec. 4 date for the next hearing in the Manhattan district attorney’s case against Trump. The former President pleaded not guilty to the indictment accusing him of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records as part of a scheme to shield the electorate from information about past alleged affairs,” NBC reported.

“If the prosecution gets its way, the country would get a split screen of Trump fighting to prove his innocence in New York while campaigning in Iowa and New Hampshire, which hold their nominating contests on Feb. 5 and Feb. 13. On one hand, a trial could greatly limit how much campaigning Trump might be able to do in the closing weeks of those races. On the other, it might offer him a substantial megaphone and media attention that would greatly overshadow the campaigning of his chief rivals,” the outlet added.

Trump was arraigned in the case brought against him by Bragg on Tuesday in lower Manhattan, New York, Walsh reported for Conservative Brief, adding:

Trump pleaded not guilty to 34 charges alleging he falsified business records related to the hush-money case involving pornographic film actress Stormy Daniels.

Trump was accused by a Manhattan grand jury late last week in a case regarding his alleged participation in hush money payments to Daniels prior to the 2016 election, reportedly to keep Daniels silent about an affair they had in 2006.

“This entire primary is now guaranteed to be completely dominated by Trump earned-media-wise,” a Republican strategist supportive of Trump said. “Probably the best-case scenario for him, timing-wise.”

“It was already extremely tough to effectively attack Trump from the right, and now I think it just became basically impossible,” this person added. “How can you effectively land a shot in a way that the base will accept as Democrats are literally trying to put this guy in jail over BS charges?”

Nonetheless, Bragg’s case against Trump is so flimsy that even liberal media outlets are pointing it out.

Ian Millhiser, a senior correspondent at Vox, wrote: “There is something painfully anticlimactic about Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s indictment of former President Trump. It concerns not Trump’s efforts to overthrow the duly elected government of the United States, but his alleged effort to cover up a possible extramarital affair with a porn star. And there’s a very real risk that this indictment will end in an even bigger anticlimax. It is unclear that the felony statute that Trump is accused of violating actually applies to him.”

Mark Stern, a writer for the liberal outlet Slate, published a story titled, “The Trump Indictment Is Not the Slam-Dunk Case Democrats Wanted.”

John Bolton, who served as national security adviser during the Trump administration and has since come out against Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign, appeared on CNN and criticized the charges filed against his former boss, former President Trump, stating that the indictment was “even weaker than I feared it would be.”

“Speaking as someone who very strongly does not want Donald Trump to get the Republican presidential nomination, I’m extraordinarily distressed by this document,” Bolton said on CNN. “I think this is even weaker than I feared it would be.”

Notorious anti-Trump GOP Sen. Mitt Romney issued a statement saying: “I believe President Trump’s character and conduct make him unfit for office. Even so, I believe the New York prosecutor has stretched to reach felony criminal charges in order to fit a political agenda. No one is above the law, not even former presidents, but everyone is entitled to equal treatment under the law. The prosecutor’s overreach sets a dangerous precedent for criminalizing political opponents and damages the public’s faith in our justice system.”

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