Soros-backed Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s indictment of Donald Trump was the culmination of a six-year long witch hunt by the Democrat Party.
But Bragg and the Democrats should be careful what they wish for.
And Trey Gowdy revealed the one way Alvin Bragg will destroy America.
On his Sunday Night in America program, Gowdy warned that prosecutors like Bragg could bring about the ruination of America.
Gowdy detailed how Bragg campaigned on a promise not to prosecute crimes in New York as part of a political agenda.
Bragg’s promise to take it easy on criminals won him the support of George Soros, who donated $1 million to a PAC backing Bragg’s campaign.
Gowdy ripped Bragg for running on a promise to downgrade felony charges and let criminals off the hook if the crimes they committed offended left-wing sensibilities.
“On his first day in office, New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg announced all the crimes he would not prosecute. The person elected as the top law enforcement official had a long list of laws he didn’t respect enough to follow,” Gowdy stated. “He substituted his politics for the rule of law because that’s what so-called progressive prosecutors do and there was nary a word of dissent on the Left. Felonies would be downgraded, serious cases dismissed or pled down, prison terms would rarely be served. Alvin Bragg was a social engineer masquerading as a prosecutor.”
Gowdy blasted Bragg for pledging not to prosecute people who pay for sex while indicting Donald Trump over a nondisclosure agreement payment Michael Cohen made to Stormy Daniels over an alleged affair she had with the former President.
“To be clear, Alvin Bragg will not prosecute people who pay for sex, that’s one of the crimes he promised to ignore. To him, you can pay someone for sex in New York and get away with it, but God forbid you pay someone to be quiet about it afterwards,” Gowdy continued.
Gowdy told his audience that the continued existence of America as a free country depended on the rule of law.
He warned that prosecutors like Bragg would spell the end of the United States if one political Party weaponized the justice system against its rivals.
“The demise of our country will be in direct proportion to how politicized our justice system remains,” Gowdy said, before adding that the justice system must serve as “a place where both friend and foe are afforded fairness and due process, where nothing matters except the law and the facts.”
Politicizing the justice system – Gowdy warned – would ensure “the greatest experiment in self-governance the world has ever known will surely fail.”