New bombshell evidence that can destroy the left’s lawsuit against President Trump has come out today while the New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg abruptly canceled the grand jury meeting scheduled for today in Manhattan, NY.
The Game-Changing Letter
Benny Johnson of Newsmax tweeted a copy of the 2018 letter from Michael Cohen’s lawyer to the federal Election Commission (FEC) that declares Cohen used his own personal funds to pay Stormy Daniels.
“It’s over, ” wrote Johnson.
🚨BREAKING: New Bombshell Document DESTROYS Manhattan DA’s Case Against Trump
2018 Letter from Michael Cohen’s lawyer to the FEC declares Cohen used his own personal funds to pay Stormy Daniels. Trump Camp. NOT party to transaction, did NOT reimburse Cohen for payment. It’s OVER pic.twitter.com/QacsjSbZAz
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) March 22, 2023
This directly contradicts the fundamental claim of Bragg’s case that President Trump used election campaign funds to pay Daniels via Cohen.
With the letter made public, the reaction of conservatives was excitement and mocking back at liberals who were dreaming of seeing President Trump in handcuffs brought to the court in New York upon indictment. One person on Twitter showed in a meme what liberals right now will be feeling like – going back to the debunked Russia Collusion story.
Documents Hid from Grand Jury
The letter from Cohen’s lawyer is not the only hole in the Soros-linked DA’s case against Trump. The Gateway Pundit reported yesterday that Alvin Bragg hid nearly 600 pages of exculpatory evidence to the New York Grand Jury investigating President Trump. The story cited Fox News legal expert Gregg Jarrett commenting on the testimony of Bob Costello, former legal adviser to Michael Cohen, before the Manhattan grand jury:
I mentioned it yesterday, I think, when Bob Costello got into that Grand Jury room and told them, “Wait a minute. You don’t have the hundreds of pages I handed over to Alvin Bragg over here? You only have six cherry-picked documents?”
Read the 2018 letter from Michael Cohen’s lawyer to the federal Election Commission (FEC) below:
Conservative commentators have analyzed Bragg’s pursuit of the case against Trump as a political witch-hunt in which he overstepped his authority simply to go after Trump and charge him with a felony for something which – if proven – is misdemeanor by law.