Lauren Boebert Just Issued A Very Dire Warning To All True Trump Supporters…


In a recent development, New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg has reportedly indicted former President Donald Trump over hush money payments made to adult film star Stormy Daniels prior to the 2016 campaign. These payments were allegedly made to silence Daniels about an affair she claims to have had with Trump in 2006. Despite reports, it seems that law enforcement officials have stated that Trump may not be arraigned this week.

The timing and nature of the indictment have sparked outrage, particularly among conservatives, who view this as a politically motivated attack on Trump. Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert weighed in on the matter, tweeting: “Never forget who these people truly are showing themselves to be. They want anyone who doesn’t agree with them locked up. First, it was the J6ers. Today it is Trump. Tomorrow it could be you.”

The grand jury has been examining Trump’s role in the $130,000 payment made to Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, in 2016. Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid Daniels through a shell company and was later reimbursed by the Trump Organization, which logged the reimbursements as legal expenses.

This indictment comes after federal prosecutors in the U.S. attorneys office for the Southern District of New York decided not to charge Trump in 2019 concerning the payment to Daniels. Furthermore, the Federal Election Commission dropped its investigation into the matter in 2021.

The indictment’s timing is especially suspicious, as Trump is currently running for president in 2024, leading many to argue that the investigation and charges are politically motivated. Joe Tacopina, an attorney for Trump, has said that the former president would not resist and would surrender to authorities if indicted. Tacopina believes that Trump will use any charges brought against him for his political advantage in the long run.

Former Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy has also criticized NY DA Bragg’s decision as “hypocritical,” given his previous reluctance to prosecute certain crimes. On his first day in office, Bragg announced a list of crimes he would not prosecute, substituting his politics for the rule of law. This move was applauded by some on the left, but Gowdy argues that it highlights the double standard at play.

Gowdy stated, “Alvin Bragg was a social engineer masquerading as a prosecutor. To some on the left, showing a photo ID to vote is anti-democratic, but apparently not a prosecutor who ignores the law.” He continued, “And yet, we have finally stumbled upon the one crime worth the full weight of Alvin Bragg’s office. Forget about guns and robbery and acts of violence. What really gets his attention is paying someone to be quiet about sex.”

The former Republican Rep. pointed out the irony in Bragg’s decision, noting that he will not prosecute individuals who pay for sex, a crime he previously vowed to ignore. However, Bragg is now focusing on Trump’s alleged payment to keep Daniels quiet about their encounter.

This recent development in the Trump indictment story has raised numerous questions about the integrity and motivation behind the charges. The situation is emblematic of the deep political divide that continues to plague our nation, with many perceiving this as yet another politically motivated attack against a conservative figurehead.

Sources: ConservativeBrief, Fox News

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