The witch hunt continues……
The Manhattan district attorney’s office is still attempting to bring charges against President Trump for alleged tax crimes.
This is one of the many charges and cases Democrats and left wingers have attempted to bring against him; all of which have failed in their attempts or been dismissed altogether.
Now the town of Palm Beach Florida is preparing for the potential arrest of President Trump should D.A. Vance indict him on these alleged tax crimes in New York City.
Will this actually come to pass, and if it does will the charges stick?
We all know that Democrats and the left will stop at absolutely nothing to get President Trump. Here is to hoping that Governor DeSantis steps up and does the right thing should he have to.
Here is more on the story:
Law enforcement officials in Palm Beach County, Fla., have actively prepared for the possibility that Manhattan District Attorney CY VANCE could indict former President DONALD TRUMP while he’s at Mar-a-Lago, according to two high-ranking county officials involved in planning sessions.
Among the topics discussed in those meetings: how to handle the thorny extradition issues that could arise if an indictment moves forward.
An obscure clause in Florida’s statute on interstate extradition gives Gov. RON DESANTIS the ability to intervene and even investigate whether an indicted “person ought to be surrendered” to law enforcement officials from another state — which means that as Mar-a-Lago prepares to close down for the season and Trump relocates to Bedminster, N.J., it isn’t just the Florida heat he’s leaving behind: He could lose a key piece of political protection.
“The statute leaves room for interpretation that the governor has the power to order a review and potentially not comply with the extradition notice,” says JOE ABRUZZO, clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach County, the official who would be in charge of opening a potential fugitive-at-large case.
Daily Mail had an earlier articler about the actual charges and investigation:
The Manhattan district attorney has 'millions of pages' of Donald Trump's tax returns and financial records, the prosecutor's office said Thursday.
Cy Vance's office spokesman, Danny Frost, said it had received the documents within hours of the Supreme Court refusing to hear Trump's attempt to keep the records from them.
They were handed over by his longtime accounting firm Mazars, which had promised to comply with the subpoena as soon as it was upheld by the courts.
Vance's prosecutors are investigating whether Trump committed tax fraud through inflating the value of his properties to get loans and deflating them for tax purposes, and are also believed to still be investigating hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal over their claims of having sex with him.