Alvin Bragg got hit with this awful news right after Trump’s verdict

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg was the toast of the Democrat Party.

Leftists across the country celebrated Bragg convicting Donald Trump in a show trial after making crimes to charge Trump with.

And Alvin Bragg got hit with this awful news right after Trump’s verdict.

Kevin O’Leary says the verdict will elect Trump President

Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary’s been one of the most outspoken critics of the lawfare Democrats in New York.

O’Leary slammed Democrat State Attorney General Letitia James’ civil fraud lawsuit against the Trump Organization as “un-American,” as James only targeted Trump’s business empire for destruction as punishment for Trump winning the 2016 election.

O’Leary is also no fan of the sham charges Soros-backed prosecutor Alvin Bragg invented out of thin air to try and jail Trump just before the election.

In an interview on Fox News, O’Leary predicted Bragg’s lawfare would backfire.

O’Leary told the hosts that future historians would go on to record the jury convicting Trump in a rigged trial as the moment Trump won the election.

Bragg – O’Leary explained – will go down as the man who got Donald Trump elected.

“History will look at this 5, 10 years from now and say, ‘How did Trump become president again?’ Alvin Bragg was the kingmaker. He did it for him. I know it sounds perverse, but that’s what he did. And so, that’s called an unintended consequence. I don’t know if he’s happy about that, but that’s how he’ll be marked in history,” O’Leary stated.

How the trial is playing politically 

Early polling data shows the trial is a wash.

A Morning Consult poll taken in the wake of the verdict on May 31 showed Biden leading Trump 45 to 44.

That was a slight improvement from the 44 to 42 lead Trump held in the Morning Consult poll taken just before the verdict.

Morning Consult then did their survey of 10,000 registered voters from May 31 to June 2.

Trump led Biden 44 to 43 percent.

In all three polls, Trump maintained his vote share of 44 percent, suggesting Democrats running around calling Trump a convicted felon isn’t swaying voters.

A focus group of undecided voters in North Carolina and Georgia conducted by independent journalist Mark Halperin provided some real-world clues about why the guilty verdict wouldn’t hurt Trump.

Halperin wrote that of the seven participants in the focus group, “none of the participants thought Trump’s conviction would affect their vote either way.”

One reason was the nature of the charges that the focus group felt were politically timed and confusing.

“The participants did not have a clear understanding of the charges against Trump, but also did not think the crimes involved were serious,” Halperin wrote.

Democrats were counting on their fellow prosecutors, judges, and jurors to save them from a second Trump administration.

But due to Joe Biden’s failures and the obvious political nature of the charges, that plan could backfire in spectacular fashion.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*

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