Article originally appeared on thefederalist.com.
The grand jury indictment against former president and 2024 contender Donald Trump hasn’t even been unsealed yet. But the corporate press has already moved on, redirecting the public’s focus to the other pending investigations — a subtle acknowledgment that the forthcoming charges by the Manhattan district attorney will be both weak and properly perceived as political persecution. But the Fulton County, Georgia investigation and Special Counsel Jack Smith’s probes of Trump are equally weak.
Later today, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg will unseal the indictment returned last week by a grand jury against Trump. Selective leaks suggest the former president will be charged with more than 30 criminal counts of business fraud related to hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels.
Since news of the indictment first broke last week, legal pundits have called out Bragg, who ran for …
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