Tillis defends rogue Soros DA while Rand Paul says jail him | Eastern North Carolina Now

As Republicans in the House close ranks against rogue Soros-financed Manhattan prosecutor Alvin Bragg who is abusing power to advance a purely political prosecution of President Trump, Republican Senators are picking sides.  Some, like Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) have called for Bragg to be jailed for political abuse of power, while others like NC RINO Sen. Thom TIllis are making excuses for Bragg, trying to justify his political attack on Trump.

In contrast, former Democrat President Bill Clinton paid off Paula Jones $850,000 for his sexual encounter with her, which was alleged to have been non-consentual, and there was not even a peep of criminal investigation.  With the accusations against Trump, not only has the statute of limitations run, but if it is anything at all, it would be a misdemeanor, yet Bragg is trying to make it a felony.  Even Democrat politicians, including a former Illinois governor have called it a "banana republic" prosecution.

The special House committee investigating weaponization of government and the courts for political persecution have subpoenaed documents from Bragg and are demanding Bragg appear for a deposition.  Bragg's campaign for DA was financed to the tune of a million dollars by far left totalitarian fixer George Soros.




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( March 23rd, 2023 @ 9:40 am )
I have held my nose for Thom Tillis for the last time, and had made that decision long before this latest screw up of his. If Tillis is on my ballot for any office, I will NOT be voting for him, nor will anyone in my family, nor anyone I can influence. He is a worthless scoundrel.
Big Bob said:
( March 22nd, 2023 @ 5:33 pm )
More Jewish Space Lasers!
Jann said:
( March 22nd, 2023 @ 4:36 pm )
You have GOT to be kidding me!!! Tillis has got to go!!!
If you research Stormy Daniels further you will find out she is one of the NXIVM gals.
So she is in the sex trafficking cult along with Allison Mack.
( March 22nd, 2023 @ 2:47 pm )
Rand Paul, as always, is a patriot. RINO Thom Tillis, as always, is a traitor helping the Democrats. We need to take Tillis out in the next primary.

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