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New York Grand Jury Meeting CANCELLED—The Beginning Of The End?


The entire Stormy Daniels New York grand jury case is looking increasingly less tenable.

I recently reported that Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg was allegedly caught hiding hundreds of pages in exculpatory evidence; additionally, Bragg’s office recently received text messages between President Trump’s lawyer and Daniels.

Both of these developments represent opposing curveballs—the former could potentially see this entire case dismissed while the latter could potentially spell trouble for President Trump’s legal representation.

The latest thread in this ongoing story came today after the grand jury meeting was abruptly canceled—postponing a potential indictment of the 45th President.

Sources claim that the grand jury is unlikely to meet for the rest of the week—again, this comes on the heels of some extremely damning evidence against Bragg and the Manhattan DA’s office.

Speculation is running wild at this point, but the timing cannot be ignored—Bragg is accused of withholding hundreds of pages of evidence and the proceedings were almost immediately delayed.

Are we witnessing the beginning of the end of the sham New York grand jury case and a potential indictment of Bragg for prosecutorial misconduct?

Here’s what everyone is saying:

Business Insider confirmed:

The Manhattan ‘hush-money’ grand jury has been told not to come in on Wednesday, a cancellation that comes on the brink of a possible historic indictment vote of former President Donald Trump, according to two law enforcement officers.

And while nothing beyond Wednesday is set in stone, it is unlikely that the grand jury will meet at all this week, said one of the law enforcement sources, who spoke to Insider on condition of anonymity.


Trending Politics presented one of the reasons the current case is shaky:

Costello said, “If you see the full picture, you know, listen, if they want to go after Donald Trump and they have solid evidence, so be it. But Michael Cohn is far from solid evidence.

“This guy, by any prosecutor’s standard, and I used to be deputy chief of the criminal division in the Southern District of New York, I wouldn’t have touched the guy like Michael Cohen, especially if he’s a convicted perjurer,” he continued.

“Not to mention, as I said, the 50 to 100 lies he [Cohen] told us that are in those 330 emails.”


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