What New York AG Letitia James really just put in motion against Donald Trump

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I said a month or two ago that New York Attorney General Letitia James would obviously go after Donald Trump’s money, based on what she’s already publicly revealed. I also said that the more interesting part would be if she said anything about a criminal case while announcing that she’s going after his money. It turns out she did just that.

James says she’s making criminal referrals against Trump to multiple federal agencies, which will pretty much have to act on them. None of these federal agencies could move on Trump while he was in office, because he controlled those agencies. And once he was gone, they perhaps decided to just stay quiet and hope to do nothing, because they didn’t want the embarrassing details to come out about how their probes into him had been sabotaged to begin with.

But with Trump’s home state Attorney General handing these federal agencies a fully completed criminal case against him, and publicly demanding they act on it, they can’t exactly hide from it anymore.

Some truly rotten and horrendously criminal things obviously went down with SDNY, Bill Barr, Giuliani, and others while Trump was in office. What James just did might end up being our best chance at seeing those dirty secrets finally uncovered.


It’s also interesting that former SDNY boss Berman is just now publishing a tell-all, and that the DOJ apparently signed off on Berman dishing all that dirt. Garland has shown himself to be methodical but very thorough. It’s difficult to imagine he hasn’t been working all this time to clean up the SDNY mess. Look for more to potentially come out on that front as the DOJ prepares to indict Trump.

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