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Jun 22 2024

Bragg Won’t Prosecute Pro-Hamas Hooligans

Remember the Tentifada uprising at Columbia University in support of the October 7 terror atrocities? It inspired similar spectacles on campuses nationwide, featuring not only spoiled, juvenile Ivy League moonbats but also professional agitators trained by a hostile foreign power. Main events included lead organizer Khymani James calling for “Zionists” to be killed and the occupation/ransacking of Hamilton Hall — for which Manhattan’s leftist DA Alvin Bragg has unsurprisingly dropped charges against 31 of the hooligans.

In the city that once featured the World Trade Center, law-breaking supporters of Islamic terrorism can afford to be impudent:

The district attorney’s office offered to drop charges against 13 other protesters if they are not arrested again in the next six months, and none of them accepted the proposal, setting up a return to court next month. Inside the courtroom, some of the protesters covered their faces with masks and keffiyehs, a common practice among demonstrators on college campuses across the country.

It helps to have friends in high places. For leftist scofflaws, this means a prosecutor installed by George Soros.

The lone remaining defendant from the Hamilton Hall occupation is outside anarchist James Carlson, a scion to an advertising fortune with a long history of agitation. Carlson is being accused of setting an Israeli flag on fire and destroying a police camera in a holding cell following his arrest at Hamilton Hall.

Carlson is hardly the only moonbat with deep pockets to come up in the context of Tentifada. Like leftism in general, the pro-Hamas crowd is as well-funded as it is malevolent.

Bragg personifies the Democrat governing principle of anarchotyranny. He is outrageously soft on crime because according to his creed the purpose of the law is not to preserve public safety but to punish political adversaries:

Bragg and his team of prosecutors secured a conviction last month against former president Donald Trump on 34 counts of falsifying business records. The business-records charges were connected to reimbursements that Trump paid his former attorney, Michael Cohen, for a $130,000 payment he made to porn actress Stormy Daniels ahead of the 2016 presidential election. Cohen, the trial’s star witness, is a convicted felon for financial crimes and perjury.

A country cannot long survive rule by people like Bragg.

On a tip from Varla.


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