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Missouri AG Sues NY for Targeting Trump!

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey announced on Thursday that his office will be suing the state of New York for its “lawfare against” former President Donald Trump. This move underscores the ongoing struggle to preserve the integrity of our democratic process and ensure that justice is not weaponized for political purposes.

“I will be filing suit against the State of New York for their direct attack on our democratic process through unconstitutional lawfare against President Trump. It’s time to restore the rule of law,” Bailey declared on X, a clear statement that Missouri will not stand idly by while a rogue prosecutor attempts to interfere with a presidential candidate’s campaign.

Bailey emphasized the broader implications of this case, stating, “We have to fight back against a rogue prosecutor who is trying to take a presidential candidate off the campaign trail. It sabotages Missourians’ right to a free and fair election.” This lawsuit is not just about defending Trump, but about protecting the fundamental right of every American to participate in a fair electoral process.

In May, a Manhattan jury found the former president guilty on 34 counts related to falsifying records to pay off Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election. Despite this conviction, which Trump is expected to appeal, Bailey’s actions highlight the belief that these charges are part of a coordinated political attack rather than genuine legal concerns.

Bailey’s office has been proactive, previously demanding that the Department of Justice (DOJ) release “communications relating to the illicit prosecutions of President Trump.” He highlighted, “This includes communications between the DOJ and Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, New York AG Leticia James, and Fulton County DA Fani Willis.” Bailey’s demand underscores his commitment to transparency and accountability within our justice system.

Bailey has reason to believe that Biden’s Department of Justice is at the center of these coordinated attacks against Trump. He cited the transfer of Matthew Colangelo, a high-ranking DOJ official, to the Manhattan DA’s office to prosecute Trump as evidence of this coordination. Furthermore, Bailey pointed out that Alvin Bragg campaigned on promises to target Trump, using his actions against the former president as a stepping stone in his career.

In pursuit of transparency, Bailey has requested communications through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), including documents, calendar appointments, meeting minutes, and agendas related to Colangelo’s move to Bragg’s office. He has also asked for all similar communications between the DOJ and the offices of Bragg, New York AG Letitia James, and Fulton County DA Fani Willis.

This lawsuit represents a crucial effort to uphold the principles of justice and fairness, ensuring that political motivations do not corrupt our legal system. By standing against these unconstitutional practices, Bailey is advocating for the protection of our democratic institutions and the rights of all Americans.

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