Donald Trump may end up in prison because of this insane decision

Mar 10, 2023

Democrats spent the last six years trying to slap handcuffs on Donald Trump.

It looks like they are about to get their wish.

And Donald Trump may end up in prison because of this insane decision.

Manhattan’s Democrat District Attorney, Alvin Bragg, is one step closer to indicting Donald Trump on a series of phony charges related to a $130,00 payment made by his former lawyer Michael Cohen in October of 2016.

The prosecutors invited Trump to testify before the grand jury.

This is a move prosecutors in New York usually make before filing criminal charges.

The New York Times reports:

The Manhattan district attorney’s office recently signaled to Donald J. Trump’s lawyers that he could face criminal charges for his role in the payment of hush money to a porn star, the strongest indication yet that prosecutors are nearing an indictment of the former President, according to four people with knowledge of the matter.

The prosecutors offered Mr. Trump the chance to testify next week before the grand jury that has been hearing evidence in the potential case, the people said. Such offers almost always indicate an indictment is close; it would be unusual for the district attorney, Alvin L. Bragg, to notify a potential defendant without ultimately seeking charges against him.

Bragg’s last attempt to indict Trump over tax fraud charges fell apart when he was forced to admit the case was phony.

But now even the anti-Trump New York Times admitted the new case Bragg is bringing is a “risky” – i.e. politically motivated – set of charges.

“The case against the former President hinges on an untested and therefore risky legal theory involving a complex interplay of laws, all amounting to a low-level felony,” The Times also reported.

In a bank-shot attempt to make falsifying business records a felony, Bragg is trying to claim Trump violated New York’s campaign finance laws with the payment to Daniels because it benefited his 2016 Presidential effort.

The Times also reports:

In New York, falsifying business records can amount to a crime, albeit a misdemeanor. To elevate the crime to a felony charge, Mr. Bragg’s prosecutors must show that Mr. Trump’s “intent to defraud” included an intent to commit or conceal a second crime.

In this case, that second crime could be a violation of New York State election law. While hush money is not inherently illegal, the prosecutors could argue that the $130,000 payout effectively became an improper donation to Mr. Trump’s campaign, under the theory that because the money silenced Ms. Daniels, it benefited his candidacy.

Donald Trump’s real and only crime was winning the 2016 election.

Ever since he defeated Hillary Clinton, Democrats and the Deep State have sought to make it impossible for Trump or any other conservative outsider to win again by criminalizing his victory.

Deplorable Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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