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Letitia James Campaign: “I Will Get Trump!” a “Fair Trial” or a Political Vendetta?

campana de letitia james atrapare a trump un juicio justo o una vendetta politicaLetitia James Campaign: “I Will Get Trump!” a “Fair Trial” or a Political Vendetta?

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What legal fairness can one expect from Democratic Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, New York Attorney General Letitia James, and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis? All Soros-funded Democratic Party sympathizers acting as a political mafia organized by the Biden-Obama regime in the Trump prosecutions as a corrupt judicial arm in a lethal combination that can be characterized as a communist-style Banana Republic political vendetta.
In this analysis, we will focus on the attorney general of New York so as not to go into too much detail, since the behavior and ideology of the others are practically similar. We could say that they use the same toga to disguise their corruption, political bias, and dishonesty.

Lettitia James' Campaign for Attorney General

Lettitia's campaign was marked by a grotesque lack of ethics centered on the political persecution of President Trump whom she classified as an "illegitimate president", "focus on Donald Trump", "follow your money", "con man", "carnival barker", "carnival barker", and other expletives.
The election of Letitia James as Attorney General of New York in 2018 and her subsequent legal actions against Donald Trump have reignited the debate about the limits between justice and politics in the United States. James' campaign, marked by strong anti-Trump rhetoric, has called into question the impartiality of the investigations and prosecutions she is leading against the former president, in addition to calling into question the existence of the rule of law and the impartiality of the government and judicial institutions.

A Political Campaign Focused on Political Revenge Against Trump

During her election campaign, James was unsparing in her criticism of Trump. Promises such as "I will use every area of the law to investigate President Trump and his business" and statements calling him an "illegitimate president" formed the core of his platform. This strategy, while effective in mobilizing Democratic voters, raised concerns about the politicization of the office of Attorney General and the politicization of the organs of justice in the US, at a historic moment when the radical left is transforming democratic government into a neo-Marxist regime.

Who Is Funding the Political Campaigns of the Anti-Trump Prosecutors?

George Soros, along with two of his family members (his son and daughter-in-law: Jonathan Soros and Jennifer Allan Soros) and other major donors (Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn, and physician Karla Jurvetson), have been backing the political career of New York Attorney General Letitia James. Other notable contributors to James include director Spike Lee, former Meta executive Sheryl Sandberg, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, and billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer.
Alvin Bragg, a Democratic Manhattan prosecutor, received $1 million from a George Soros-funded political action committee. He has sued Trump more than 100 times, using this as a banner in his campaigns.
Fani Willis also used the slogan "I will arrest Trump" in her campaign. Peter Bernegger, president of Election Watch, filed a complaint against Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who alleges that Willis' campaign committee benefited from a campaign finance scam called "smurfing."This practice involves breaking up large donations into small contributions for distribution to favored political campaigns throughout the country. Out-of-state donations and evidence of donor addresses that turned out to be vacant lots or commercial locations have been detected, raising questions about the legitimacy of the contributions and leading to a request for an investigation by the Georgia State Ethics Commission. Fani admitted, "When I took out a large amount of money in my 1st campaign, I kept some of the cash."

Questions About Impartiality

Critics argue that James' campaign statements compromise his ability to lead impartial investigations against Trump. They point out that his personal animosity and election promises unduly influenced his actions as a prosecutor.

Senator Rick Scott said, "This is not the pursuit of justice, it is the fulfillment of a campaign promise. Letitia James campaigned on a rabid desire to prosecute Trump using the political power and taxpayer-funded resources of the office she sought before she had any evidence of actual wrongdoing. This is a gross abuse of our justice system, and the longer this abuse is tolerated by the media and the public, the greater the risk we run of irreparable damage to our democracy. Democrats have spent millions of taxpayer dollars in their efforts to attack President Biden's primary political opponent. It is time to say enough is enough and stop this political witch hunt."

On the other hand, James' defenders (the radical left, Marxist, and globalist organizations) pretend to show that their investigations are based on concrete evidence of possible irregularities that they want to pin on former President Trump to eliminate the possibility of his winning the 2024 election, trying to hide their political motivations. They argue that James' record as a prosecutor demonstrates his commitment to equal application of the law when in reality his commitment is to change the US rule of law to a socialist state that eliminates and persecutes any vestige of opposition to the Biden-Obama regime.

The Dilemma of Justice and Politics

This case raises fundamental questions about the U.S. judicial system:

  1. Can an elected official completely separate his political views from his official duties?
  2. How do campaign statements affect public perceptions of judicial impartiality?
  3. Are there sufficient checks and balances to ensure fairness in politically sensitive cases?

Implications for the Future

James v. Trump could set a dangerous precedent for how perceived conflicts of interest are handled in the judicial system. Regardless of the outcome, public scrutiny of campaign statements by candidates for judicial and prosecutorial office is likely to intensify.

Dissenting Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor Displays Her Anti-Trumpism

Justice Sotomayor in her dissenting statement against the majority ruling granting Trump and presidents some degree of immunity showed her partisan bent and a visceral anti-Trumpism that calls into question her ability to dispense justice impartially, not because of her right to dissent but because of the general tone of her statements, from which I place the most connoted sentence:

"The relationship between the president and the people he serves has irrevocably changed," Sotomayor wrote. "In every use of official power, the president is now a king above the law."

Chief Justice Roberts dismissed concerns about the implications of the ruling, saying, "The president does not enjoy immunity for his unofficial acts, and not everything he does is official. The president is not above the law."


The controversy surrounding the legal arbitrariness committed by Letitia James and the rest of the anti-Trump prosecutors underscores the inherent tension between the democratic process and the inherent need to maintain an impartial judicial system with adherence to democracy and the rule of law detached from the political parties in power. As the legal actions against Trump move forward, the debate over the line between justice and politics will continue to be a contested issue in order to preserve democratic precepts, the rule of law and eliminate corruption and the existence of the so-called deep state that is unfortunately controlling politics and the institutions charged with enforcing the laws with the required impartiality.
Time and the courts will determine whether the investigations by James and the rest of the prosecutors in charge of the prosecutions against Donald Trump will be seen as the fair application of the law or whether they will be seen as political persecution motivated by campaign promises and political motivations. In either case, this episode will surely influence how future politically sensitive cases are dealt with in the U.S. judicial system.

A Light at the End of the Tunnel

All is not lost, the U.S. Supreme Court lit the first candle at the end of the tunnel with the July 1 decision that granted former President Donald Trump "absolute immunity from criminal prosecution" for those actions of an official nature that he took while in office and ruled that he also enjoys "certain immunity" from criminal prosecution for actions taken while in office and that he does not enjoy immunity for possible crimes in his non-official capacities.

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