Soros thug DA Bragg used federal funds for Trump witch hunt | Eastern North Carolina Now

The Soros-backed hyper-partisan Manhattan DA who is engaged in the political witch hunt against President Trump, which even El Salvador's president says makes the US a banana republic, has admitted he used federal funds in this political crusade to indict Trump.  Yet Bragg is resisting demands he testify to Congress over this travesty.  If he refuses a Congressional subpoena, Bragg needs to be arrested and hauled in chains in front to Congressional committees to answer questions under oath.

There needs to be a very severe criminal penalty for prosecutors who abuse their office for political purposes like Bragg.  Every dime of federal money that has been going to Bragg's office needs to be cut off in the next budget.  Using federal funds to undermine democracy in this way is an outrage that should never be tolerated.

Sen. Ted Cruz hit the nail on the head with the threat Bragg's actions are to democracy in America:

Here is a good fact check on how Soros funded Bragg's campaign:

Bragg reminds one of Stalin's KGB chief who said "show me the man, I will find you the crime".


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( April 2nd, 2023 @ 11:30 am )
Bragg needs to be investigated by Congress due to his use of federal funds for this political abuse of power. He also needs to have all of his federal funds cut off, and federal law needs to specify that it is illegal to use federal funds to investigate political opponents of a DA's political party. This is an outrage to taxpayers.

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