George Soros-backed Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg made his name targeting Donald Trump for political persecution.
Bragg is on the warpath.
And now Alvin Bragg has issued six criminal indictments that will blow your mind.
Like his fellow Democrat prosecutor Fani Willis, critics suspect that Bragg’s criminal case against Donald Trump is motivated in part to interfere in the 2024 election and in part to boost his future political prospects.
Now Bragg finds himself in the middle of another politically charged case.
Bragg issued six indictments in an alleged straw donor scheme to funnel illegal campaign contributions into New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ successful 2021 run for office in exchange for political favors.
This indictment comes as many wonder what Bragg’s political future holds – both he and Adams are up for re-election in 2025 – and if it includes a run for City Hall.
“We allege a deliberate scheme to game the system in a blatant attempt to gain power,” Bragg said in a statement. “The New York City Campaign Finance Board program is meant to support our democracy and amplify the voices of New York City voters. When the integrity of that program is corrupted, all New Yorkers suffer.”
Bragg alleged that former NYPD detective and current director of integrity for the Teamsters Local 237 Dwayne Montgomery organized a straw donor scheme to game the city’s public campaign finance system which provides an eight-to-one match for the first $250 donated by a city resident.
Montgomery allegedly recruited dozens of city residents to participate in a scheme where he made contributions in their name to funnel the matching funds into Adams’ campaign.
This is the second campaign finance scandal to rock the Adams administration.
The FBI recently raided the home of the top Adams fundraiser, Brianna Suggs, as part of an investigation into if Suggs illegally solicited foreign contributions from Turkey into Adams’ campaign.
“The construction company was identified in the warrant, portions of which were obtained by The Times, as KSK Construction Group in Brooklyn. Individuals who listed their employer as KSK donated nearly $14,000 to Mr. Adams’s 2021 campaign, according to campaign finance records,” The New York Times exclusively reports.
There is no evidence that Adams is the target of either of these investigations.
“Mayor Adams has not been contacted as part of this inquiry,” a statement from Adams’ campaign attorney, Vito Pitta, read. “The campaign has always held itself to the highest standards,” he said, adding that “the campaign will of course comply with any inquiries, as appropriate.”
Both of these criminal bombshells come in the wake of Adams openly criticizing Joe Biden for opening the border and trafficking over 100,000 illegal aliens into New York.
Adams declared that Biden smuggling mass numbers of illegal aliens into New York would “destroy” the city.
In 2025, Adams will likely face a challenger in the Democrat primary.
Could it be Alvin Bragg?
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