‘CURIOUS OMISSION’ Noted in Indictment of Donald Trump: ‘What Kind of a Clown Joker Wrote This Thing?’

From westernjournal.com

Former President Donald Trump speaks at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, on Tuesday following his arraignment in New York City. (Alex Wong / Getty Images)

As every armchair legal scholar following the saga of the indictment of former President Donald Trump has come to understand, the charge of falsifying business records in New York state is a misdemeanor that rises to the level of a felony when done to conceal a crime.

That led many observers who saw to a 34-count indictment against Trump that never hinted at that other crime to respond along the lines of the famous 1984 Wendy’s commercial used to help sink Democrat Gary Hart’s presidential chances: “Where’s the beef?”

Commentator Dan Bongino went on Fox News to ponder the question, “What kind of a clown joker wrote this thing?”

Many on Twitter also noted as a “curious omission” the lack of any particular law that was violated.
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg did not explain the indictment.

“I’m not going to go into our deliberative process on what was brought. The charges that were brought were the ones that were brought. The evidence and the law is the basis for those decisions,” Bragg told reporters Tuesday.

“The indictment doesn’t specify because the law does not so require,” he said.

In castigating Bragg in an opinion piece for Fox News, legal scholar Jonathan Turley noted that the New York prosecutor “insisted that he will convict Trump of the ‘crime to promote a [political] candidacy through unlawful means.’ He insists that he will prove ‘attempts to violate state and federal election laws.’”

“The indictment seems to address the lack of legal precedent with a lack of specificity on the underlying ‘secondary’ felony,” Turley wrote.

“Bragg has done nothing more than replicated the same flawed theory dozens of times,” he said. “This is where math and legal meet. If you multiply any number by zero, it is still zero.” Source

Brethren, pray that the ‘Omission’ will have this thrown out of court – and once again the accusations against Trump will be a big fat NOTHING BURGER.



4 thoughts on “‘CURIOUS OMISSION’ Noted in Indictment of Donald Trump: ‘What Kind of a Clown Joker Wrote This Thing?’

  1. Eric H. Bowen

    “Show me the man, and I’ll show you the crime!” — Lavrentiy Beria, the most ruthless and longest-serving secret police chief in Joseph Stalin’s reign of terror in Russia and Eastern Europe.

    Good Lord, how far we’ve fallen!

  2. robinlinaz

    “Show me the man and I’ll find you the crime.”
    Lavrentiy Beria, who famously was the head of the secret police under Stalin.

    And there you have it.

  3. Mark V

    This case doesn’t even merit going to court. These fools in their reprobate minds are just acting like a bunch of spoiled brats throwing a temper tantrum. Their hearts are ruled by vile hatred; not only towards Trump but of anyone who opposes their perverted and immoral behavior. “And I will make mere lads their princes and and capricious children will rule over them.” Is. 3:4 America is where Judah was.

  4. Stive

    Cause the show continues. It’s all acting by swamp creatures. Trump is one of the swamp actors. This all diverts attention away from big things happening.

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