The Grand Jury in President Donald Trump’s case was abruptly canceled today under mysterious circumstances.
The news comes as the case, led by George Soros-installed Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, has been under attack from all sides.
Even Stormy Daniels’ old attorney, federal inmate Michael Avenatti, said the case was weak.
The Grand Jury was meant to meet today and take a vote to indict Trump.
However, the Grand Jury was unexpectedly notified Wednesday morning that Bragg has canceled the meeting and placed them “on standby” for Thursday.
The Grand Jury has been meeting on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays to hear “evidence” about Trump’s alleged role in a 2016 payment of $130,000 to adult film actress Stormy Daniels.
“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,” Business Insider is reporting.
BREAKING: According to law enforcement sources, Wednesday’s Trump grand jury session has been canceled.
The Manhattan Grand Jury is not expected to vote by week’s end, even if they reconvene on Thursday. pic.twitter.com/rHV2mfohGr
— Mike Carter (@MikeCarterTV) March 22, 2023
BREAKING: The Grand Jury Investigating @realDonaldTrump has canceled its session for today. The case involves so-called hush-money payment made by Trump lawyer to porn actress Stormy Daniels in 2016. Your reaction. pic.twitter.com/FGW1MpeTmC
— Simon Ateba (@simonateba) March 22, 2023
Trump grand jury “unexpectedly canceled” today. Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg all at sea after Bob Costello destroyed the “credibility” of his star witness yesterday. https://t.co/9qc4j8qd2J
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) March 22, 2023
Fox News is reporting the chaos is over a revolt within the DA’s office over the politically-motivated charges against Trump.
According to Fox News:
Two sources familiar told Fox News Digital on Wednesday that the grand jury was canceled amid “major dissension” within the district attorney’s office.
One source claimed the district attorney is having trouble convincing the grand jury on potential charges due to the “weakness” of the case.
Despite rumors of a potential imminent indictment, sources familiar told Fox News Digital that Trump has not been formally notified about whether Bragg actually plans to bring charges against him.
Sources told Fox News, though, that there remains a real chance that Bragg does not choose to indict the former president.
Bragg, when he took over as district attorney in January 2022, stopped pursuing charges against Trump and suspended the investigation “indefinitely,” according to one of the top prosecutors who resigned from the office in protest.