In a November 2020 interview with CBS News, Alvin Bragg, then a Democratic candidate for Manhattan district attorney, said that among the “staggering” number of cases “swirling” around then-President Donald Trump, a matter involving Trump’s former “fixer,” Michael Cohen, stood out.
“You know, we haven’t talked about Michael Cohen yet and the campaign finance part,” Bragg said during the interview, in which he stressed he could not “prejudge” any case until he saw the evidence.
A former New York State deputy attorney general who had previously clashed with Trump’s company in civil suits, Bragg indicated he had followed media coverage of Cohen’s federal case.
Cohen entered a guilty plea to federal tax evasion and campaign finance violations in 2018, in connection with a $130,000 “hush money” payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels. Cohen, who was previously Trump’s lawyer, was sentenced to 3 years in prison. He has since said the former president directed him to make the payment to prevent Daniels from speaking publicly about an alleged affair, and cover up the payment — allegations Trump has strenuously denied.
But it seems that the Soros-funded DA has a lot more to “offer!”
According to FOX News legal mind Gregg Jarrett, Soros-funded DA Alvin Bragg HID nearly 600 pages of exculpatory evidence to the New York Grand Jury investigating President Trump.
Gregg Jarrett: I mentioned it yesterday, I think when Bob Costello got into that Grand Jury room and told them, “Wait a minute. You don’t have the hundreds of pages I handed over to Alvin Bragg over here? You only have six cherry-picked documents?” You know, hiding from grand juries exculpatory information is reprehensible and unconscionable. And the conduct of Alvin Bragg and his henchman Mark Pomeranz, who specifically says in his book, “We’re targeting zombies because we don’t like his beliefs,” those guys should face disbarment proceedings.
VIDEO via the GP!
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