Posted 79 days ago
Fox News host Trey Gowdy criticized New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg's decision not to prosecute certain crimes amid his current case against former President Donald Trump on "Sunday Night in America."
Trump claimed Saturday morning that "leaks" indicated the liberal city DA's office may arrest him on Tuesday after years of investigating the former president's alleged hush money to porn star Stormy Daniels during his 2016 election campaign.
Gowdy pointed out how, upon being elected, Bragg announced a list of crimes he would not prosecute, including downgrading felonies and dismissing or pleading down serious cases. Gowdy made the case that Bragg is a "social engineer masquerading as a prosecutor" and that he is substituting his politics for the rule of law.
"On his first day in office, New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg announced all the crimes he would not prosecute. The person elected as the top law enforcement official had a long list of laws he didn't respect enough to follow," Gowdy said. "He substituted his politics for the rule of law because that's what so-called progressive prosecutors do and there was nary a word of dissent on the left. Felonies would be downgraded, serious cases dismissed or pled down, prison terms would rarely be solved. Alvin Bragg was a social engineer masquerading as a prosecutor."... (Read more)