Perhaps President Trump had a premonition a year ago that Soros-funded Far Left Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg was going to indict him (without evidence) when he commissioned a new paint job and overhaul of his famous “Trump Force One” Boeing 757.
The brilliant new paint job and the huge “TRUMP” in gold capital letters was an apt metaphor for the former president’s response to what Democrats hoped would be a humiliating day for Donald Trump.
Instead of a humiliation it was another opportunity for Trump to give a big “in your face” middle finger to Bragg, activist Democrat Judge Juan Merchan overseeing the case and Trump-haters everywhere.
The New York Post’s Ben Kesslen reported when the indictment was finally unsealed yesterday, it charged Mr. Trump with a stunning 34 felony counts tied to falsifying business records — claiming he orchestrated a scheme to “influence the 2016 presidential election” and continued to break the law after taking office. (You can read the indictment through this link to Mr. Kennlen’s article in the Post.)
However, if the Trump-haters expected him to be cowed they were to be disappointed.
Trump defiantly took to social media to describe the experience as “SURREAL” as his motorcade escorted him from his Trump Tower residence to the courthouse so he could surrender.
“Heading to Lower Manhattan, the Courthouse. Seems so SURREAL — WOW, they are going to ARREST ME. Can’t believe this is happening in America. MAGA!” he posted on Truth Social just moments before turning himself in.
And no sooner had he entered his plea than his campaign began a t-shirt campaign promoting “Not Guilty” t-shirts complete with a mock mugshot in exchange for a $47 contribution.
“[George] Soros believes that with his hand-picked D.A. – Alvin Bragg – having ARRESTED President Trump for committing no crime, they can bleed our campaign dry by dragging us through witch hunt after witch hunt,” Trump’s Make America Great Again campaign said in an emailed to donors.
”But what better way to PROVE that our campaign will NEVER SURRENDER our country to the Left’s tyranny than countless grassroots patriots proudly wearing their very own ‘NOT GUILTY’ T-Shirts,” it continued.
The email included an image of a t-shirt emblazoned with a black-and-white version of President Trump’s official White House photo and the legend “NOT GUILTY.”
If you want one you better click this link soon because we figure they are going to sell out fast. (BTW we are not being paid or otherwise compensated if you do click the link, we just like giving the “ya muddah” to the Uniparty and other Trump-haters.)
And, in what might be the ultimate irony, on the day President Trump was indicted Soros-funded Far Left Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, 2,700 miles west the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday awarded Trump an additional $121,962.56 in attorney fees from porn star Stormy Daniels, AKA, Stephanie Clifford.
This is in addition to the $500,000 Stormy already owes Trump for her baseless defamation case against the former president, reported the Gateway Pundit. The order came down from the federal appeals court just as Trump left court for his arraignment on charges stemming from alleged ‘hush payments’ he purportedly made to Stormy Daniels.
Mike Cernovich pretty well summed up the day’s events when he tweeted:
FLASH: Watch President Trump's remarks on his indictment without the Leftwing commentary via this link to CSPAN.
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg
Democrat New York Judge Juan Manuel Merchan
change of venue
New York Attorney General Leticia James
George Soros prosecutors
Stormy Daniels scandal
Donald Trump indictment
Democrat Attorney General Leticia James
Michael D. Cohen
Federal Election Commission
Attorney Mike Davis