Bombshell: Following Trump’s Indictment, DA Alvin Bragg’s Lax-On-Crime Measures Get Slammed By Victim’s Rights Founder

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Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg came through on one of his major campaign promises with his indictment of former President Donald Trump. However, the indictment has raised larger questions about the overall safety of New York City under his control

Victim Rights NY founder Jennifer Harrison called out the activist DA for being “completely incompetent” when she spoke to Fox News host Lawrence Jones on Saturday.

“From day one, Alvin Bragg announced that he would not prosecute even the most violent of criminals,” she said.

“Almost immediately after he took office and distributed the now-infamous day-one memo, two police officers lost their lives, a 19-year-old girl was shot and killed while working at a Burger King in Harlem, he’s downgraded 52% of felonies and only has about a 50% conviction rate.”

She said that her victim advocacy group called for him to be removed from office from the very start. She claimed that members of her organization saw Bragg’s soft-on-crime policies from the start and that things have gotten steadily worse since he took office in January 2022.

“In Alvin Bragg’s New York, you can literally get away with murder. Criminals are absolutely above the law… his excuse is discovery reform, a policy he supports, by the way, and he doesn’t have enough resources to make sure New Yorkers don’t get killed by taking very violent people off the streets, but he has the resources to prosecute a former president on charges that everyone else decided he couldn’t be prosecuted for?”

I think people have had enough,” she continued.

The mother of a murder victim, Linda Clary, also joined Harrison in calling out Bragg and his destructive policies. She said that criminals took her son’s life under Bragg’s watch and she spoke about Bragg’s refusal to address concerns over skyrocketing crime.

“He’s basically a revolving door,” she told Jones. “No one is safe in New York until these people are behind bars, and clearly the reform programs are not working.”

Trump was indicted by a New York grand jury on Thursday for the alleged hush money paid to porn star Stormy Daniels during his 2016 presidential campaign.

President Trump plans to fly from Florida to New York on Monday before he will appear before a secured Manhattan courthouse on Tuesday to be arraigned.

“Trump is not going to hole up in Mar-a-Lago,” his lawyer, Joe Tacopina, said Friday.

Trump has denied any wrongdoing and says he did not have an affair with Daniels. He said the indictment is “fake, corrupt, and disgracefu” and that it’s part of a “witch hunt” against him.

President Trump is now the first person in the history of the United States to serve as president and then be charged with a crime.

However, the charges do not prevent him from running for president in 2024. A potential conviction wouldn’t even disqualify him, according to legal experts.

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