Alvin Bragg Takes New Heat Amid Potential Trump Indictment

For days on end now, Americans have been hearing about a potential indictment that may come the way of former President Trump. This is a result of what authorities claim to be a campaign finance violation, due to Trump’s campaign paying Stormy Daniels hush money.

This hush money is thought to be motivated by an alleged affair Trump had with Daniels years ago. However, the former president denies ever having been involved in an extramarital affair with Daniels.

Nevertheless, leading the probe and possible indictment is Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. There are now calls being made for his arrest, per MAGA Conservatives.

Game Over For Bragg?

Rep. Marjorie Greene has come out and said Bragg needs to be arrested, on the basis of his engaging in prosecutorial misconduct, concealing evidence that doesn’t suit his narrative, and more.

The Trump ally and Georgia congresswoman also warned that the Manhattan DA is trying to incite civil unrest and otherwise unfairly target Trump.

Many other conservatives have echoed these viewpoints. Bragg’s potential upcoming indictment of the former president has been branded by Trump supporters as being without merit or standing.

So far, the former president is free and clear, in a legal sense. Though whether or not this changes over time remains to be seen.

More Problems For Bragg

The Manhattan district attorney has since had an ethics complaint filed against him by Trump’s legal team. He remains under scrutiny by Trump’s allies who warn that his case against the former president is built on a house of cards.

If Bragg does move forward with an indictment, his case against Trump will come under even more scrutiny by the legal system.

So far, Bragg has not revealed any new statements to the press concerning substantial evidence he believes stands against Trump. Though there still remains the possibility that Trump may not be indicted after all, despite current expectations.

This article appeared in Watch Dog News and has been published here with permission.