Democrat prosecutors are falling into this cleverly laid trap set by Donald Trump

Feb 22, 2024

Democrats think that the hammer is about to drop on Donald Trump in his criminal cases.

But the former President is one step ahead of his legal opposition.

And Democrat prosecutors are falling into this cleverly laid trap set by Donald Trump.

According to Fox News legal analyst and a George Washington University Constitutional law professor, Jonathan Turley, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and Soros-backed Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg are doing exactly what former President Donald Trump wants them to with their criminal cases against him.

Willis is facing potential disqualification from the Trump case over an alleged improper relationship with her lover, Nathan Wade.

Wade was appointed by her as a special prosecutor on the Trump case and used his taxpayer-funded salary to pay for the pair to take luxurious vacations.

A former friend of Willis testified that her romantic relationship began with Wade in 2019, not in 2022 as she testified under oath.

A Judge in Manhattan scheduled March 25 as the start date for Trump’s trial over his allegedly falsifying documents.

Bragg and Willis trying their cases at the same time will work to Trump’s benefit, Turley explained.

Law professor explains why Donald Trump might have the edge

Turley was asked if the Bragg case or the Willis case was a bigger threat to Trump.

“Quite frankly, the New York case by Alvin Bragg is the most clearly political, in my view. It has been criticized by people on both the Left and the Right. After all, this was a theory that even the former lead prosecutor rejected. Bragg himself didn’t want to move forward, and then the pressure built to bring this case,” Turley said.

Bragg’s criminal case is built on a tenuous legal theory that both the Biden Justice Department and his predecessor declined to pursue charges on.

He alleges that Trump committed federal campaign finance violations, which Manhattan has no jurisdiction over. 

His case only went forward after Trump announced that he was running for President again.

“But Trump is making some important questions here,” Turley explained. “One of them is selective prosecution. I think this is clearly selective prosecution by Bragg. I don’t think – I honestly don’t see how you view it any other way. The problem is how you can make that case legally. Judges tend to avoid selective prosecution rulings because they don’t want to get into the motivations of prosecutors.”

According to Turley, the criminal case in Georgia occurring at the same time as the Manhattan case would make it appear that Trump is facing selective prosecution.

“But as for Georgia, having this split screen for Trump is golden. That is, he is conveying how this is part of his ‘Where is Waldo?’ existence that they are pulling him from state to state, keeping him running from pillar to post, and you have these really questionable Democratic operatives in his view who are behind these cases,” Turley concluded.

The plan by Democrats to throw the kitchen sink at Donald Trump with outrageous lawfare could blow up in their faces.

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