Trump Grand Jury Session Abruptly Canceled


Trump posted on Truth Social Wednesday morning that Bragg was having issues with the grand jury. He claimed that the Rogue prosecutor is having a difficult time with the Grand Jury after the powerful testimony against him from Felon Cohen’s former lawyer. “It is trying to build a case which has NEVER BEEN BROUGHT BEFORE and ACTUALLY, CAN NOT BE BROUGHT.” He claimed that if he had spent the time and effort to fight VIOLENT CRIME which is destroying NYC, NYC would have been a better place to live.

Trump clearly knew what he was doing. According to Business Insider, the Wednesday session of the grand jury was canceled.

Insider has received information from two law enforcement officers that the grand jury in Trump’s case was instructed not to report on Wednesday, the day when reports had suggested there would likely be an indictment vote against the former president Donald Trump. Although there is no schedule confirmed beyond Wednesday, an anonymous source indicated that the grand jury is unlikely to meet at all this week. Fox News reports that the grand jury is available for Thursday.

Trump claimed that Robert Costello, an ex-Michael Cohen legal advisor, had irrefutable and conclusive evidence to exonerate the former. Costello was a surprising witness this week. It was revealed that Alvin Bragg, Manhattan District Attorney, might have hidden exculpatory evidence from a grand jury, among other damaging testimony.

This latest development raises doubts about whether or not the indictment will occur at all. It is also in line with a report that sources close to the investigation believe Bragg might not indict Trump at all and that Trump’s team was not formally informed of the imminent indictment.

It is not clear why Bragg stopped the grand jury’s convening. He had been presenting “evidence” against Trump since mid-January. It is possible that Bragg’s case has been further compromised by recent developments, which could lead to an indictment.

Jonathan Turley, a constitutional scholar, called Bragg’s case against Trump “legally deplorable” and noted that Bragg “struggling to manipulate state laws to effectively pursue a federal case long rejected by the Justice Department against Trump for his payment of “hush money” to “Stormy Daniels.”

Bragg’s case against Trump is likely to fall apart due to the efforts by alternative media, which expose his abuse of power as well as his partisan motives.