Former President Donald Trump was taken into a courtroom to finally face the justice the left never doubted he deserved. The leftist jackals were ecstatic at the mere thought of this.
Whoever performed that would be regarded as a hero. What a coincidence, that took place during Holy Week! Even the secular left may perceive a supernatural element in that. Regardless of the situation, there would be tremendous celebration over Trump’s ignoble and poor position. Cheers, smiles, and toasts!
Wait till the mugshot is shown! On Tuesday, the day Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg escorted our former president into court, viewers of “The View” would have been seen dancing circles around maypoles wherever they still exist.
If there was any merriment, it was due to the fact that there was an indictment. Bragg had, in fact, persuaded a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich, proving the old legal saying to be true.
Even former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, an avowed Trump foe who was fired in March 2018 by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions and is now a CNN analyst, told CNN’s Jake Tapper that the case Bragg had against the 45th president “simply isn’t there.”
“Now, it’s possible that the DA has an elaborate and solid theory that’s backed up by a lot of evidence and he has just decided to conceal that at this point. That would be, I think it’s a strange decision on his part. But nevertheless, I’m giving him the benefit of the doubt,” McCabe said.
The difficulty with this, of course, is that under the American legal system, the prosecutor does not receive the benefit of the doubt in a court of law.
As Fox News noted during its coverage of the indictment, the former president demonstrated to the DA that he remains unbowed, and he’s going to war against someone who, it became clear after the indictment was unsealed, doesn’t have much legal ammunition to play with.
Jake Gibson, the network’s producer for federal law enforcement coverage, said Fox News that as the day’s hearings concluded, former President Trump “definitely glared at the DA Bragg as he left.”
“He seemed to get up, look around the room — because, you know, he walked in — Trump was the last to walk in the hearing,” Gibson said.
The comment comes about the 7:30 mark in the interview below:
“And this was pretty intense,” Gibson said. “I mean, it’s not a huge room, but there’s probably 50 reporters in there. There were 15, 20, 25 law enforcement officials that were on the end of each row, so we couldn’t really see that well … It was very intense in there.”
And yet, the former president apparently sought Bragg out to stare him down.
Federal Law Enforcement Producer Jake Gibson: "Former President Trump definitely glared at the DA Bragg when he left." pic.twitter.com/v2IyTntozI
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) April 4, 2023
Gibson provided further information, including the fact that “it’s rather intriguing that the prosecution wants this case to go to trial in January of 2024.
“And you know what else is in January of 2024,” he said, at about the two-minute mark in the interview. “It’s primary season for the presidential election.”
While Trump’s team wants to “push it further out,” Gibson said, the judge wanted the trial to happen “expeditiously.”
Eye-witness reporter from inside courtroom during Trump's arraignment reveals EVERYTHING that happened… pic.twitter.com/vQglNohcfa
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) April 4, 2023
However, the detail that got the most attention was the glowering:
"Former President Trump definitely glared at the DA Bragg when he left." pic.twitter.com/Sia4e0ewDl
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) April 4, 2023
More on this story via The Western Journal:
Not only did the former president refuse to just duck in and duck out of the hearing — inasmuch as he even could manage to do such a thing — he made sure that Bragg knew it was on. CONTINUE READING…