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Trump pleads “not guilty” to 34 criminal charges

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Ninth Circuit orders Stormy Daniels pay Trump $121,972.56 in attorney fees –The latest order comes the same day that Trump surrendered himself to New York authorities to face arraignment in connection with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case. | 4 April 2023 | The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday ordered that Stormy Daniels pay an additional $121,972.56 to former President Donald Trump to cover legal fees stemming from her suit against him. “The court awarded attorneys’ fees to appellee Donald J. Trump under the Texas Citizens Participation Act,” reads the order. “The court referred to the appellate commissioner the determination of an appropriate amount.” Trump had requested the exact amount the court awarded for 183.35 hours of work by Harder LLP and the Dhillon Law Group. Trump’s son Eric announced the order via Twitter, saying “BREAKING!!! the 9th Circuit just awarded Trump $121,962.56 in attorney fees from Stormy Daniels. Order just released. This in addition to the roughly $500k she already owes him.”

Trump campaign raises 8 million since indictment | 4 April 2023 | Donald Trump and his 2024 White House campaign are cashing in on the former president’s indictment and Tuesday’s arraignment in New York City. Adviser Jason Miller announced on Monday night that the campaign had hauled in over $8 million in fundraising since last Thursday, when Trump became the first former president in U.S. history to be charged with a crime… The former president, who announced his third White House bid in November, has seen his polling lead over the rest of the actual and potential field in the GOP nomination race increase the past couple of weeks, as the indictment loomed. And his numbers have continued to soar in surveys conducted since last week’s indictment.

‘We have to take a stand against the injustice’ – Rep. Greene Decries Trump Indictment in Rally Outside NY Courthouse | 4 April 2023 | Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) joined supporters of former President Donald Trump in New York on April 4 to protest his indictment. “I came to your state to peacefully protest against the persecution of an innocent man,” Greene told a crowd of protesters at Collect Pond Park just hours before Trump was scheduled to be arraigned across the street. “Not just any man–this is the former president of the United States of America, and the government has been weaponized against him.” “Every American should take a stand,” she added. “This is what happens in communist countries, not the United States of America. We have to take a stand against the injustice, the corruption, and the communist Democrats who are taking our legal code and twisting it, manipulating it, and converting it into something it was never meant to be.”

Read 34-count Trump indictment here –Trump pleaded not guilty in Manhattan court on Tuesday. | 4 April 2023 | The indictment against former President Donald Trump was unsealed Tuesday with 34 criminal charges related to falsifying business records. You can read the indictment in full here. Trump pleaded not guilty in Manhattan court on Tuesday to all counts stemming from his alleged role in hush money payments to adult film actress Stormy Daniels and former Playboy playmate Karen McDougal ahead of the 2016 election.

Biden All But Admits to Coordinating to ‘Stop Trump From Taking Power Again’ | 4 April 2023 | Joe Biden comes out and says it – they are “making sure…that he does not become president.” President Trump Re-Truthed this share below moments ago. In the video, Joe Biden says: “We just have to demonstrate that he will not take power. By, ah, if we, if he does run. Making sure he, ah, under the legitimate efforts of our Constitution, does not become the next President again.” George Soros, Obama and Biden are working with the corrupt New York DA Alvin Bragg to take down President Trump through lawfare. The Gateway Pundit reported yesterday that Obama and Biden attorney Matt Colangelo moved into the Manhattan DA’s office in December, shortly before the case against President Trump was put in play.

West ‘not so eager to find out’ who bombed Nord Stream – report –NATO leaders would rather not know if their allies were involved, the newspaper’s sources said | 3 April 2023 | Western officials would rather not know who bombed the Nord Stream pipelines, lest they discover that their allies were responsible, the Washington Post reported on Monday. The report listed Polish and Ukrainian operatives as likely perpetrators, but left out one key suspect. “Don’t talk about Nord Stream” is now an unwritten rule at gatherings of European and NATO policymakers, an unnamed European diplomat told the newspaper. “Leaders see little benefit from digging too deeply and finding an uncomfortable answer,” the Post added, stating that officials “would rather not have to deal with the possibility that Ukraine or its allies were involved.” “It’s like a corpse at a family gathering,” the diplomat continued, explaining that while everyone can see the metaphorical body, they pretend it’s not there. “It’s better not to know,” the source said.

Pentagon keeps secrets on cancer-causing toxins – lawsuit –Groups representing US military veterans have sued to demand information on hazardous materials at K2 base in Uzbekistan | 4 April 2023 | The Pentagon has hidden information on uranium, nerve gas and other hazardous materials that allegedly caused American troops to fall ill while stationed at an Uzbek military base in the early years of the war in Afghanistan, groups representing ex-soldiers have claimed in a lawsuit. The federal court lawsuit was filed on Monday in Connecticut, demanding that the Pentagon turn over its records on the toxins to which troops were exposed at the Karshi-Khanabad Air Base, known as “K2,” during US operations there from 2001 to 2005. At least 15,777 US service members were deployed at the base, from which US troop transports and air strikes on targets in Afghanistan were staged.

Terrifying rap sheets of the ten worst NYC criminals who were REPEATEDLY released by Manhattan DA Bragg as he focused on Trump indictment –Alvin Bragg has been criticized for his soft-on-crime policies that let many career criminals back out on the streets to terrorize New Yorkers –His team has arrested former President Donald Trump in Manhattan today –Despite spending months going after Trump, Bragg’s team has failed to take down some of NYC’s worst repeat offenders, including several with 100+ arrests | 4 April 2023 | Manhattan District Attorney, Alvin Bragg, and his team have arrested former President Donald Trump, while some of NYC’s worst criminals still roam the streets. New Yorkers who survived the city during the pandemic remember the long months when Bragg’s office became a revolving door for career criminals who hit up the streets in broad daylight and had many residents fearing the subways. While Bragg’s office was preparing to indict Trump, he let violent reoffenders continue to wreak havoc. In August, Mayor Eric Adams revealed that the same 10 criminals made up nearly 500 crimes and that 60 percent of them were still roaming the streets at that time. Adams, who promised New Yorkers he would crack down on crime that had risen during the pandemic, criticized him, as well as State Governor Kathy Hochul.

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  1. To understand and put in context the whole Alvin Bragg fiasco consider the following article from the Daily Wire, that talks about the so called “progressive” Soros backed debasing of our legal system . Mentioned in the article is Vermont’s own Sarah George: