DA Bragg Accused of Swaying 2024 Election in Favor of Biden

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is facing accusations of collaborating with President Joe Biden’s campaign to sway the 2024 election, according to a recent complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission. This complaint, filed by the conservative legal group America First Legal, alleges that Bragg’s prosecution of former President Donald Trump constitutes a “coordinated expenditure” that surpassed the permitted contribution limit under the Federal Election Campaign Act.

The complaint also highlights Bragg’s hiring of prosecutor Matthew Colangelo in December 2022 to expedite the investigation of Trump. Colangelo, who previously held senior roles in the Biden Justice Department and the New York attorney general’s office, is said to have a history of legal actions against Trump and had contributed to Bragg’s district attorney campaign before joining the Biden DOJ.

America First Legal’s complaint argues that Bragg’s prosecution was intended to harm Trump’s 2024 candidacy and questions whether it would have taken place if Trump were not a candidate. The group asserts that the Biden campaign failed to disclose the alleged contribution from Bragg’s prosecution, thereby violating FEC regulations.

In response to these allegations, the Department of Justice (DOJ) stated that a comprehensive search for email communications between DOJ employees, including political appointees of Biden, revealed no indication of coordination. America First Legal, however, maintains its stance and urges the FEC to thoroughly examine the relationship between President Biden, his administration, and his political committees, and the prosecution of the former President during a campaign year.

The Washington Examiner reached out for a response from a spokesperson for Bragg’s office, but no comment was provided.

Written by Staff Reports

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