This Is How Bad The Witch Hunt Can Get For Donald Trump…


Can you believe it? Former President Donald Trump, facing a maximum prison sentence of 136 years if convicted of all 34 felony counts against him. It’s like we’re living in some alternate reality where the most powerful man in the free world is now a target for excessive punishment. In the Big Apple, where violent criminals sometimes get off scot-free, it’s ludicrous to think that a payment to an adult film star could land someone behind bars for such a lengthy sentence just because of reporting discrepancies.

Now, I’m not saying Trump will actually face that insane sentence, but just the fact that it’s even a possibility makes you wonder what on earth is going on. After parts of his indictment were leaked, Trump went all out, calling for Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to “indict himself” in a fiery post on his TruthSocial account.

Of course, there’s no solid evidence to back Trump’s accusations against Bragg, but let’s entertain the idea for a second. If Bragg did leak the information, he’d be in some hot water himself. The esteemed attorney Alan Dershowitz has even said that Bragg could be disbarred for his case against Trump and face up to five years in prison if found guilty of leaking the details. And let’s not forget, in New York, leaking grand jury testimony is no joke – it’s a Class E felony that carries a prison sentence between one and five years.

Dershowitz isn’t holding back either. He’s raised concerns about Michael Cohen potentially being a witness in the case, which could land Bragg in a messy ethical predicament. Putting Cohen on the stand, who might be exposed as a perjurer, would make prosecuting the case a whole lot trickier. Heck, Bragg could even lose his bar license! Dershowitz’s advice? Drop the case and save face.

And what about that op-ed Dershowitz wrote for The New York Sun? He’s out there saying that the only real felony in this case was committed by the person who leaked the sealed indictment. He’s pointing fingers at someone in Bragg’s office or a grand juror, which, if true, would make it a Class E felony. But instead of looking into that, Bragg’s got tunnel vision, focusing all his energy on Trump’s case.

Bragg’s idea that Trump should’ve disclosed the reason for his payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels is nothing short of laughable. I mean, come on! That would completely defeat the purpose of the non-disclosure agreement.

Moreover, no one in history has ever been indicted for listing “legal expenses” for hush money payments. This case against Trump appears to be yet another example of the ongoing witch hunt against the former President, demonstrating the absurd lengths his opponents will go to tarnish his reputation.

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Sources: ConservativeBrief, Mediaite, TruthSocial

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