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NY State was expected to bring charges against Trump for falsifying business records on Tuesday. Their allegations were that he made “hush money payments” to Stormy Daniels that he then reimbursed disgraced attorney Michael Cohen through the Trump Organization, labeling the charges as “legal fees.” In New York, this action, if true, could result in a felony if the records were falsified to cover up a crime. The statute of limitations is two years, and it has already passed.
That didn’t happen.
On Wednesday, the media began rolling back the narrative that the indictment was imminent, and then Wednesday night, exculpatory evidence was released. Exculpatory evidence that the NY prosecutors suppressed.
Wednesday night, a 2018 letter from Michael Cohen’s attorney was released, stating:
“In a private transaction in 2016, before the US presidential election, Mr. Cohen used his own personal funds to facilitate a payment of $130,000 to Ms. Stephanie Cliffrd. Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign was a part to the transaction with Ms. Clifford, and neither reimbursed Mr. Cohen for the payment directly or indirectly.”
Cohen is the star witness. And NY State’s case just fell apart.
Importantly, federal prosecutors declined to bring charges in the same case, ostensibly because the knew of this letter and understood that the allegations were false. Bragg brought the case anyway and hid the exculpatory evidence.
This is political persecution, and Trump has announced as a candidate for President. He is the front runner. That makes this election interference.
House Administration Chair Bryan Steil earlier this week demanded that Bragg come before the House and answer questions. Bragg was given until Thursday to respond. Thursday is today.
You cannot let this political persecution and election interference stand. The American people are finished with the Weaponization of law enforcement.
Remember your oath.
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