WATCH: Alvin Bragg Says He 'Followed The Facts' After Campaigning On Prosecuting Trump – EVOL

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg told reporters that he “followed” the facts in his case against Donald Trump after campaigning on prosecuting the former president.

“The 12 everyday jurors vowed to make a decision based on the evidence and the law, and the evidence and the law alone. Their deliberations led them to a unanimous conclusion, beyond a reasonable doubt, that the defendant, Donald J. Trump, is guilty of 34 counts of falsifying business records in the first degree to conceal a scheme to corrupt the 2016 election,” Bragg told reporters.

(BREAKING: Your Bank Account Is About To Be Cut In HALF)

In order to charge Trump with a felony for what would generally be a misdemeanor bookkeeping violation, Bragg claimed that Trump conspired to falsify business records for payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels in an effort to conceal another crime. The D.A.’s office never identified the supposed underlying crime, while Judge Juan Merchan told jurors that they did not have to agree on what the never identified crime even was.

Bragg also used COVID-era policies to extend the statute of limitations, which had long since expired, in order to bring the case. He also opted to indict



Subscribe to Our Free Newsletter