Trump Prophesizes Disaster and Death on Truth Social

by Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | 03/24/2023 9:42 AM
Trump Prophesizes Disaster and Death on Truth Social

Trump has repeatedly attacked Manhattan District Attorney Bragg and his investigation amid rumors that he may be indicted for having his former attorney Michael Cohen pay Daniels $130,000 to silence her about an alleged affair between Trump and the adult film star before the 2016 election.


The former president made the statement in a midnight social media post, in which he warned of "potential death and destruction" if the Manhattan district attorney files a charge against him in connection with hush-money payments to a porn actress made during the 2016 campaign.

Trump's statements, posted between 1 and 2 a.m. on his social media site Truth Social, were a dramatic escalation in his verbal assaults on Manhattan district attorney Alvin L. Bragg in advance of what Trump said would be an unjust indictment.

Trump questioned Bragg's character, writing, "What kind of person can charge another person, in this case, a former president of the United States, who got more votes than any sitting president in history, and leading candidate (by far!) for the Republican Party nomination, with a crime, when it is known to all that NO crime has been committed, & also that potential death & destruction in such a false charge could be catastrophic for our country?"

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"Why and who would do something like that? Only a depraved psychopath who truly hates the United States!" the ex-president raged.

A request for comment from the office of Mr. Bragg was not immediately met with a response from a spokeswoman for the office. Mr. Bragg stated the following in an email that he sent to his employees one week ago: "The office will continue to apply the law evenly and fairly and speak publicly only when appropriate."

After that, he continued, "We do not tolerate any attempts to intimidate our office or threaten the rule of law in New York."

In addition, Mr. Trump is being investigated by the Justice Department in connection with his efforts to remain in power leading up to the attack on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob that he had just addressed on January 6, 2021. This investigation is taking place in connection with the attack on the Capitol that took place on January 6, 2021. The assault occurred not long after Mr. Trump had finished speaking to the pro-Trump crowd.

In a post that Mr. Trump published early on Saturday morning, he erroneously claimed that he would be arrested three days from then and urged people to protest and "take our nation back." This was a false statement.

Since that time, he has called Mr. Bragg, the first African American to serve as district attorney in Manhattan, an "animal," and he has created the impression that he is making fun of calls from some of his own allies for people to protest peacefully or not at all.

Mr. Trump wrote in a post that he published on Thursday that "our country is being destroyed while they tell us to be peaceful."

Mr. Trump has also leveled accusations against Mr. Bragg because the billionaire philanthropist George Soros has provided him with indirect financial support.

A handful of people showed up for a demonstration that was organized by some of Mr. Trump's New York Republican allies on Monday. Thus far, the general public has largely ignored Mr. Trump's calls for demonstrations.

A group of civil rights leaders, including the Reverend Al Sharpton and former New York Governor David Paterson, condemned the statements made by Mr. Trump in a statement that was published on Friday in the New York Playbook newsletter by Politico.

They made the following statement in response to the attack: "This disgraceful attack is not a dog-whistle but a bullhorn of incendiary racist and anti-semitic bile, spewed out for the sole purpose of intimidating and sabotaging a lawful, legitimate, fact-based investigation." These heinous and vindictive assaults on our judicial system have got to be condemned on a global scale.

Mr. Bragg is considering filing criminal charges against Mr. Trump in connection with the payment of hush money by Mr. Trump's former fixer and lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, to a porn star named Stormy Daniels near the end of the 2016 campaign cycle. Ms. Daniels claimed that she had an affair with Mr. Trump.



At the center of a criminal investigation that could lead to criminal charges being filed against a former U.S. president is a hush money payment made to an adult film actress nearly seven years ago.

The Manhattan district attorney's office has investigated former president Donald Trump in connection with a payment made to porn actress Stormy Daniels in the waning days of the 2016 presidential campaign.

No sitting or former president of the United States has ever been charged with a crime.

Sources say that Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg convened a grand jury at the beginning of this year to resurrect the hush money investigation, which had been dormant even as other investigations into Trump continued.

In recent weeks, Trump's attorney had consistently denied the former president's request for his client to appear before the grand jury. Trump predicted last weekend that he would be arrested on Tuesday as part of the investigation, but the district attorney did not take any action on that front on Tuesday.

To prevent Daniels from going public with her allegations of a 2006 affair with Trump, which he has long denied, Trump's then-attorney, Michael Cohen, paid her $130,000 in hush money days before the 2016 election.

According to court documents, Cohen completed the deal through a shell company called Essential Consultants LLC, which he had formed only days before.

To prevent any funds from being linked to him and damaging his campaign, "Mr. Trump directed me to use my own personal funds from a Home Equity Line of Credit," Cohen told Congress in 2019.

According to Trump and court documents from Cohen's subsequent plea deal, when Trump reimbursed Cohen for the payment, his company logged the payments as “monthly retainer” for Cohen’s legal services. It has been reported that prosecutors are considering filing charges against Trump for allegedly falsifying business records.

Just a few weeks before Cohen delivered the payment to Daniels, the now-former attorney worked with the publisher of the National Enquirer, David Pecker, a longtime ally of Trump's, to pay another woman who claimed she'd had an affair with Trump, according to the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York (US Attorney's Office for SDNY). Daniels claimed she had a sexual encounter with Trump in 2006.

In concert with the Trump campaign, the National Enquirer paid Playboy model Karen McDougal $150,000 for the rights to her story that she'd had a 10-month affair with Trump from 2006 to 2007. The Enquirer then suppressed the story "in order to ensure that the woman did not publicly disclose damaging allegations about the candidate prior to the 2016 presidential election," according to a plea deal made by the Enquirer's publisher, AMI, in 2018.

Trump has denied having an affair with McDougal and that he or his campaign directed the Enquirer to "catch and kill" her story. He has also rejected directing the Enquirer to "catch and kill" her story.

In April 2018, Trump told reporters to "ask Michael Cohen" about the origins of the payment to Daniels, suggesting that he was unaware of its existence. The payment to Daniels was part of a nondisclosure agreement to prevent her from making false accusations; he tweeted a month later.

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