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Gag Decision

Well it happened. Alvin Bragg took time from his busy schedule of not prosecuting shoplifters and cop kickers to take down Donald Trump. The jury convicted him on all 34 counts of ,,,um, …um, well the judge never really did say what the underlying crime was. But he did hang a gag order on the leading candidate in the 2024 presidential election.

Oh wait, Trump said on Friday the gag order hasn’t been lifted.

Biden Campaign Contribution

The alleged crime in Trump’s hush money trial was 6 years past its expiration date. The only way Prosecutor Bragg could drag Trump into a New York courtroom was to tie the old crime to a new intended felony.

Here’s how the WSJ editorial page put it: “Mr. Bragg’s main argument for the second crime is that because the Stormy payoff was primarily meant to influence the 2016 election, it was in effect an illegal donation to Mr. Trump’s campaign.”

Or could Stormy’s two days of juicy testimony be considered a campaign contribution to Joe Biden?

Dogged Extermination

South Dakota governor Kristi Noem’s new book is about to hit the stands. In the book she details the saga of Cricket the dog. Cricket misbehaved and was a danger to children. So Kristi shot Cricket. This didn’t sit well with many in the media and politics.

Here’s Governor Noem on Face the Nation, “Joe Biden’s dog has attacked 24 Secret Service people. So how many people is enough people to be attacked and dangerously hurt before you make a decision on a dog?” Arf.

The Mark of Zorro

According to NYT reporter Maggi Haberman Donald Trump snoozed in court. He was probably up all night ranting on Truth Social about spending the day before gagged in court. If things go Joe’s way Trump will spend every day of the campaign in court – or jail, which could lead to drowsy debates – if Sleepy Joe allows it.

The 2000s are Calling, They Want Their Landlines Back

“I feel like it’s the early 2000s,” Transportation Secretary Buttigieg said in defense of the Biden administration’s EV policies which aim for 50% EV sales by 2030, “and I’m talking to some people who think we can just have landline phones forever.”

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