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DA Finally Reveals Underlying Crime Trump Allegedly Committed, and the Bidens Should be Nervous

By Jennifer Van Laar


Prosecutors in Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg’s office have finally revealed the underlying crime they allege Donald Trump was committing when he allegedly falsified business records.

According to Fox News, “New York prosecutor Joshua Steinglass on Tuesday said the other crime was a violation of a New York law called ‘conspiracy to promote or prevent election.'”

That law, New York Law 17-152, reads:

Any two or more persons who conspire to promote or prevent the election of any person to a public office by unlawful means and which conspiracy is acted upon by one or more of the parties thereto, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

Speaking of Michael Cohen, former National Enquirer owner David Pecker, and Donald Trump, Steinglass’ co-counsel Michael Colangelo argued that in 2015:

“Those three men formed a conspiracy to influence the election.”

However, none of the allegedly falsified business records were dated in 2015; every alleged instance was in 2017. The falsified payments are transactions in which Trump’s business paid Cohen; Trump says the payments were for legal services and not reimbursement for any monies Cohen might have paid to Stormy Daniels.

Speaking of Daniels, she still owes Trump $300,000 plus interest after pursuing a frivolous lawsuit against him.

According to Colangelo, the mechanics of the “catch and kill” conspiracy were that Cohen would notify Pecker about stories that Trump wanted buried, Pecker would buy the information and the rights to the story so that the story wouldn’t be published anywhere. The ultimate source of the funds used to purchase the rights to the stories, according to prosecutors, was Trump, through his payments to Cohen…


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