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“THEY HAVE MADE ME MAGA”: Shocking Trump indictment is a call to save our country
George Soros sure got his money’s worth with his $1 million-plus campaign contribution to Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg.
By Mike Huckabee
Well, George Soros sure got his money’s worth with his $1 million-plus campaign contribution to Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg. One day after the news broke that his “Trump” grand jury had gone on a month-long hiatus, it was announced that the former President had been indicted. Then Bragg left to go to dinner, and I have to wonder who was picking up the check.
In fact, Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz called this indictment part of the “Soros-ification of our justice system.”
The timing of this shocked most observers, who, once the grand jury had suspended hearings on Wednesday, speculated either that they’d declined to indict in such a weak case or that Bragg had strategic reasons for delaying the indictment a month. Both assumptions turned out to be wrong. Bragg issued the announcement late Thursday afternoon, after most DC officials had left for the day.
The only conceivable reaction to this blatantly political move is disgust. Something changed yesterday, and there is no going back for our country. I promise not to use the phrase “crossing the Rubicon,” but something is different now. We’ve never witnessed this before. Now we see how easily a democratic nation can cross over into banana republic territory. (I didn’t promise not to use the phrase “banana republic.”)