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Manhattan DA Makes Stunning Admission


Well, well, well…

It looks like Alvin Bragg has revealed some more cards that have confirmed our deepest suspicions—federal funds were used in the sham investigation against President Trump.

According to sources, Bragg used at least $5,000 in federal funds to conduct the multi-year investigation into the former President and current GOP front-runner. …

Think about that for a second—federal funds were used to investigate a former President, and indict that President in a historic first. To make matter worse, this President just happens to be the political opposition for the 2024 election. …

The corruption couldn’t be any more apparent, and it begs the question: did the Biden administration put Bragg up to this?

Here are the latest developments:

The Epoch Times provided more details:

Written by General Counsel Leslie Dubeck, the letter states that roughly $5,000 of federal money was used to investigate Trump and the Trump Organization from 2019 through 2021, before Bragg took office.

She said it came from the Department of Justice’s asset forfeiture fund.

“Most of those costs are attributed to the Supreme Court case, Trump v. Vance—subpoena-related litigation in which the DA’s Office prevailed and which led to the indictment and conviction of Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg and two Trump organizations,” the letter states.

 

Breitbart adds:

Dubeck also noted that the district attorney’s office was enrolled in three federal grant programs, which allocate more than $2 million total to the Manhattan office for its casework, though she stated that no grant money has been used to pay Trump investigation expenses.



 

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