Trump SMEARED with FAKE CASES in New York Trial

Biden prosecutor Matthew Colangelo continues to try to smear Trump with other legal attacks he helped engineer.


In this report:

The unfolding trial of Donald Trump in New York has captivated public attention, not merely as a judicial proceeding but as a vivid tableau of what many conservatives see as a political persecution. The figure at the center of prosecuting Trump, Matthew Colangelo, has a history of moving between Democratic administrations and legal offices, which fuels the narrative of a biased legal onslaught against Trump.

Background of the Prosecutor

Matthew Colangelo, a notable figure due to his previous roles under the Obama administration and later in Tish James’ office before joining Joe Biden’s DOJ, is now spearheading the prosecution against Trump in Alvin Bragg’s office. His involvement is critical as he has brought forth a Sandoval motion— a legal maneuver intended to introduce evidence of Trump’s prior bad acts if he decides to testify. This tactic is perceived by many as part of a broader strategy to undermine Trump by dredging up a series of allegations from past cases, which they argue, lacks substance and is politically motivated.

Courtroom Dynamics and Legal Strategies

During the trial’s proceedings, particularly highlighted by Inner City Press, the courtroom has been a stage for intense legal wrangling. Trump’s attorney, Emil Bove, voiced objections to the Sandoval notice which he argued was being used unfairly to smear Trump by bringing in previous allegations and legal entanglements which include disputes handled by judges deemed unfavorable by Trump’s defense team. These past cases are brought into the current narrative, attempting to paint Trump as a habitual lawbreaker, thus influencing the jury’s perception under the guise of legal relevance.

Controversies and Legal Objections

The courtroom has seen its share of drama, with unexpected noises and procedural disputes adding to the tension. In one instance, amid discussions over sealing certain trial exhibits, Trump’s defense highlighted the problematic use of past convictions and allegations, arguing that these were not final judgments and thus should not prejudice the current case. This point is crucial for Trump’s defense, emphasizing the ongoing appeals and the non-final nature of the allegations used against him.

Implications of Past Legal Actions

Trump’s legal team has strenuously objected to the inclusion of various past legal findings and allegations, ranging from gag orders to other legal disputes involving Trump. They argue that these are being misused to construct a narrative of criminality that is biased and prejudicial. This strategy of the prosecution to stitch together a tapestry of Trump’s supposed legal failings is seen by his supporters as a deliberate attempt to tarnish his image and influence the jury unduly by presenting him as a repeat offender.

Trump’s Public Statements and Perception

Amid the legal back-and-forths, Trump has not been silent. He has publicly criticized the trial as unfair and indicative of a broader “witch hunt” against him, orchestrated by political adversaries in the judiciary and the Democratic Party. He points to the handling of his cases as examples of systemic bias and uses this platform to rally support, portraying himself as a victim of political persecution aimed at derailing his political influence and potential reelection.

Conclusion and Forward Look

As the trial progresses, with opening statements looming, the strategy of both the prosecution and defense will become clearer. For Trump’s supporters, the trial is seen less as a fair legal proceeding and more as a continuation of ongoing efforts to undermine him through the legal system. They argue that the orchestration of these trials is a reflection not just of a legal battle but of a struggle for political survival against a biased establishment.

This trial, therefore, is not just about the specific legal charges at hand, but a larger commentary on the state of American justice and political partisanship. As observers, participants, and the public brace for more developments, the outcome of this trial could have significant implications not only for Trump but for the broader political landscape in the United States.


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