Missouri’s Suit Against NY Shows Bragg Working for Biden; Cuomo Says Case Against Trump Is Political Hit Job

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey’s motion with the U.S. Supreme Court convincingly argues that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is a torpedo for Joe Biden’s reelection campaign. New York is waging “poisonous lawfare” by interfering not only in the election, the motion claims, but also in the right of Missouri voters to hear Trump’s messages and exercise their franchise. The state is also interfering with electors doing their jobs.

Recounting the long years of Democratic lawfare against Trump, the motion asks SCOTUS to stop Trump’s sentencing in September and lift the gag order that prevents him from speaking about the case. And, indeed, it cites no less an authority than former New York Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo to argue that Bragg never should have prosecuted the “hush money” case.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The longstanding concerns about President Joe Biden’s age and memory intensified on Thursday after the release of a special counsel’s report investigating his possession of classified documents.

The report described the 81-year-old Democrat’s memory as “hazy,” “fuzzy,” “faulty,” “poor” and having “significant limitations.” It noted that Biden could not recall defining milestones in his own life such as when his son Beau died or when he served as vice president.



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