Legal Experts Across the Political Spectrum React to Bragg’s Trump Indictment: ‘A Mockery of the Rule of Law’

Pundits and legal experts from all sides have been reacting to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s 34-count indictment against President Donald Trump.

Bragg, a George Soros-funded Democrat, wanted it to be sealed as long as possible.

Now that it has been released, it has become clear why Bragg wanted to keep it under wraps.

According to one reporter who was in the courtroom, Trump’s attorneys laughed out loud when they read it.

Trump’s lawyer Joseph Tacopino seemed to confirm this with an answer during a press conference after the indictment:

Former Director of National Intelligence (DNI) John Ratcliffe called it “an indictment of Alvin Bragg.”

“Legitimate law schools will forever use this indictment to teach the concept of prosecutorial abuse of discretion,” Ratcliffe said.

Left-wing outlet Vox’s Ian Millhiser first admitted that the legal underpinnings are… “not great.”

Millhiser later followed up by saying that his fears about the case getting tossed out “on a technicality” have been confirmed.

Former Trump official Stephen Miller blasted the whole case as “stupid.”

Reporter Dan McLaughlin: “Calling this thin gruel is an insult to thin gruel.”

Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton argues that “Trump and the American people have been abused.”

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Attorney Robert Barnes asked, “Where’s the meat?”

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) labeled the indictment frivolous, the arrest “a mockery of the rule of law,” and called the case “political persecution.”

It now seems increasingly likely that this case will be dismissed.

Even if a conviction somehow occurs, there’s no way any serious appellate court or even the US Supreme Court will let it stand.

READ MORE: Judge Overseeing DA Bragg’s Anti-Trump Case Is a Biden Donor

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