Trump's Potential Arrest Sparks Concern: Could He Be Denied Bail?

Submitted by MAGA

Posted 8 days ago

I'm here to share some concerning news about our beloved President Donald Trump. A former federal prosecutor is warning that Trump's recent social media post could result in him being denied bail. What's going on, you ask? Well, it seems the Manhattan DA's office may be planning to arrest him on Tuesday. And Trump is not happy about it! In his all-caps rant, he called the probe "corrupt and highly political" and dismissed the hush money payment allegations as an "old and fully debunked fairy-tale."

Now, MSNBC legal analyst Glenn Kirschner is comparing this rant to Trump's posts leading up to the Capitol riot on January 6th. Kirschner is speculating that a judge could interpret Trump's post as an attempt to incite a crowd to riot - and this could affect the terms of his release. Kirschner explains, "He has now just given the judge that will preside over his arraignment hearing food for thought about what kind of conditions should be set for the release of this dangerous man pending trial." Yikes!

Former Trump "fixer" Michael Cohen also chimes in, agreeing with Kirschner's sentiments. Cohen believes Trump is hoping to rile his base by calling for protest, witness another violent clash and profit from it by soliciting contributions. Despite all this, a spokesperson for Trump mocked the idea that he was inciting anything and maintains his innocence. But if charges are true, Trump would be the first former president ever to face criminal charges.

So what happens next? Legal experts believe Trump could face one of two charges over the payments. He could be charged with falsifying business records if it's alleged Trump knew his retainer agreement with Cohen was a sham to facilitate the payments. That would be a misdemeanor under New York law unless prosecutors prove records were falsified to conceal another crime, which would make it a felony. Alternatively, he could be charged for violating state election law because the intention of the alleged pay-off was to benefit his campaign. Either way, Trump could face up to four years in prison on those charges.

Trump's lawyer, Joseph Tacopina, said this week that an indictment was "more probable" because of recent developments. But he still holds on to hope that justice will prevail. We'll see about that! Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy has promised to investigate if Bragg's actions were a subversion of democracy on Saturday while Trump is still planning a giant rally in Texas next weekend. What do you think, friends? Let me know your thoughts!