271 INCOMING MAJOR FLIPPING TRUTH 💣 BY JAMES O'KEEFE WITH NYC D.A.🔹" HOW MANY DO WE HAVE ON THE INSIDE..." B💥O💥O💥M💥. 👀 (media.greatawakening.win) posted 74 days ago by Eion1830 74 days ago by Eion1830 +274 / -3 24 comments download share 24 comments share download save hide report block hide replies
only two weeks and 250 posts behind on this one!
But THIS post has all caps and squiggles and emojis so I noticed it and got 20% more benefit. Just like all those Craigslist ads I’ve been replying to @Hotmail.
The Dark Judges on Gab have hinted that the Media Anons are working with James, and have people on the Grand Jury as well. Interesting times.
@mods: That intriguing post desserves a sticky.
Great news, keep it coming James!
Now we see the true reason PV board tried to cancel Okeefe. He keeps pulling back the curtain on these aholes. I hope he finds some j6 insiders in DC police/capital police/congressional staff
I have no sauce for this but I saw a tiktok earlier with Bragg saying he was dropping all charges against Trump AND resigning. Could have been a deepfake, who knows? I'll keep looking
We won't have anyone on the inside if we keep talk about it on fucking Twitter.
This is BS.
A DA is not LEGALLY obligated to show exculpatory evidence to a GRAND JURY.
In a regular trial, yes, that is required. But, NOT for a grand jury.
Nothing. NOTHING... to see here.
There is no law stating it one way or another. There are precedents.
The Page case had established that the Brady rule should be applicable to Grand Jury.
In the Williams case, the liberal SCOTUS blatantly overturned it, but the dissenting opinion has a lot of merits.
It's not a question of legality here. Its about perception. Indicting Trump is primarily PR task. They need to get the majority of the Lefties on their side, and passionately. The optics at present is really bad for them, so to come here screaming LEGALLY is pretty silly.
Its NOT silly. This post is the one making a mountain out of a mole-hill.
Which in turn is BAD OPTICS for this board, AND for Trump and the Right.
If this somehow gets to trial THEN it will look bad for the left.
Messing with a Grand Jury isn't a good look. Letting an out of control DA screw himself is a better strategy. Never stop the enemy when they are making a mistake.
First you claim LEGALITY. Now you completely drop that point and jump into "Let a out of control DA screw himself by letting them arest Trump"
And as far "Messing with a Grand Jury", nice try again. Exposing an out of control DA is not messing with a Grand Jury.
You are exposing the clear mindset of how the Leftists think. They want to put Trump in prison, no matter what, no matter how badly they do it, because you know what they are secretly hoping for? Once Trump is in their custody, they are hoping some deranged TDS nut will assassinate him.
You are shilling for the most evil Lefty wet dreams. You should be ashamed of yourself.
But when they are bringing the Grand Jury don't you think it is morally unjust to hold back evidence?
You can argue that, BUT, you would be ignoring the understood purpose of a grand jury. So, I really don't think it's going to change now. AND, it's been working pretty well for decades if not centuries.
This post is borderline misinformation. Not a good look for us.
Let the enemy make their mistakes... don't stop them.
It actually more important in a grand jury since there is no defense
Because this is NOT the purpose of a grand jury.
It is NOT a trial. Ergo, arguing "no defense" is downright ignorance and misinformation.
Let the whack-job out of control DA make mistakes. Sun Tzu would be proud.
It's a bad look for Trump to be screwing around with a grand jury, too.
by your argument, the FISA warrants against Trump campaign were legit too until a trial scenario
NO. That's plain ignorance and a non-sequitur on your part.
The FISA warrants weren't legal because the FISA COURT was lied to.
Note that a grand jury is NOT the same as a FISA court, btw. They have different purposes and standards. HOWEVER, it isn't legal to lie to a grand jury, either. BUT, that's not what is being discussed here. So, take your strawman and go away. FAR away....
the applicant in FISA can play the same plausible deniability unless they acknowledged the available exonerating evidence in FISA case (that Steele Dossier was junk, etc, etc), as is the case with Bragg. if Bragg acknowledges and reviews the exonerating evidence he knows there's no case
Hopefully, the jury knows how exculpatory evidence is treated during the prosecutional trial, so they will throw out the case now.
If not, and Trump is indicted, NY will quickly lose this case, further exposing their partisan, corrupt DOJ.
It's not the job of a grand jury to consider exculpatory evidence. A grand jury is NOT a trial.
Screwing with a grand jury process is NOT a good look for Trump. This post is making it worse and making the board look stoopid.
True. Well I hope the grand jury members will sense they are not being told the whole truth, at least.