Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina pulled off a bold and amusing act of teasing Manhattan's District Attorney, Alvin Bragg, concerning the indictment of former President Donald Trump. The accusation alleges that Trump instructed his lawyer, Michael Cohen, to pay $130,000 as silence money to former pornographic actress Stormy Daniels ahead of the 2016 presidential election. The arraignment is set to take place on Tuesday, and it's anticipated that Juan Merchan, the acting justice for the Supreme Court in New York County, will preside over it.
Trump might want to hire Lindsey Graham to his legal teamhttps://t.co/YqFqXSYVp2
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 31, 2023
Senator Graham ridiculed the district attorney's ineffective efforts to prosecute the former president by sarcastically suggesting that he should commit a crime to secure his release. The senator also drew attention to the district attorney's poor track record on crime and justice. The district attorney previously announced that there would be no imprisonment for offenders unless they were convicted of significant white-collar crimes, violent felonies, murder, or sex offenses. However, since then, the district attorney has reduced the severity of 52% of felony cases to misdemeanors and demanded bail in 49% of felony cases.
On the way to the DA’s office on Tuesday, Trump should smash some windows, rob a few shops and punch a cop.
He would be released IMMEDIATELY!
— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) March 31, 2023
Before assuming office in January 2021, Bragg's campaign received $1 million from George Soros, a prominent Democratic donor, through the Color of Change PAC. This progressive organization aims to elect prosecutors with a more forgiving approach. This funding has raised significant concerns about whether the district attorney is politically targeting the former president ahead of the 2024 presidential election. It seems that the DA's office is more interested in appeasing the leftist agenda than upholding the rule of law.
To combat the harsh and politically motivated attacks against him over the indictment, it is now imperative to donate funds to Trump. Despite being acquitted twice in the impeachment proceedings, Trump remains the target of incessant attacks. Republican leaders, including Sen. Graham, have voiced their opposition to this attempt to smear and politically persecute the former president. It is crucial to cease the political games and prioritize the welfare of the country.