Trump reportedly indicted on more than THIRTY counts as NYC grand jury throws the kitchen sink at GOP frontrunner

More details have emerged on the stunning indictment of former President Donald J. Trump by a New York City grand jury which, according to CNN, has thrown the kitchen sink at the 2024 Republican Party frontrunner.

On Thursday night, as Democrats and Trump’s adversaries spiked the ball and the future of the nation as a functional republic was thrown into doubt, the cable news network reported that the unprecedented, politically motivated prosecution of a former U.S. president would include a whopping 34 counts, a total that would seemingly include much more than a “hush money” payment to porn queen Stormy Daniels.

(Video: CNN)

CNN Law Enforcement analyst John Miller dished that according to his sources – which he did not name – Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s grand jury has criminally charged Trump with the boatload of 30 + counts over the falsification of business records, charges that are insignificant in terms of what other things the ex-POTUS has been accused of during the ongoing Democrat witch hunt, but enough to supercharge the news cycle which means that business will be booming for the self-proclaimed “most trusted name in news” and other mainstream media outlets.

On Thursday’s edition of “Outfront,” Miller was discussing the coming surrender of the former president to authorities when he will be formally arraigned next week and broke the news of the sweeping nature of the grand jury’s indictment.

“I am told by my sources that this is 34 counts of falsification of business records, which is probably a lot of charges involving each document, each thing that was submitted as a separate count, and a couple of matters. So he would surrender to the district attorney’s office,” Miller said. “Now, presumably that would happen at the district attorney’s office. He would be taken upstairs to the detective squad. He’d be fingerprinted and photographed for a mug shot.”

“They would be given a conference room because remember, nothing is the same here. He’s a defendant who is under guard by the United States Secret Service. I can’t remember in history that ever occurring before. But his detail will be with him,” he continued. “Presumably, they would put him in a conference room and say, all right, you’re now booked. Right. And your information is being entered into the system. Now, we’ll have an arraignment judge. They’ll bring him to the arraignment judge, and they’ll be released on his own recognizance.”

(Image: Screengrab/CNN)

“And just a basic thing here, I just want to go through that. So this under seal and we know what happened. Okay. But Ryan, does he, does this just for anybody watching who doesn’t know the basics here, does Trump know all the accounts he’s seen?” Burnett chimed in, posing a question to NBC Capitol Hill correspondent Ryan Nobles.

“It apparently has not seen it yet. And he might see it at the arraignment,” Nobles answered.

“Right. So he doesn’t, he’s not sitting here knowing. So he’s hearing you. And now he’s learning from your reporting that there’s 34 counts of falsification of business documents,” Burnett asked Miller. “Do you understand that there are more or possibly more different charges, or is that as you understand the totality of it?”

“I believe that that is the grand jury’s work in this case,” Miller responded. “Now, they could add additional charges later as other information comes up with a superseding indictment. But let’s go on the premise that 34 counts of anything is a pretty complete and thorough look at something. So let’s start off with that.”

CNN ratings will likely get a major boost now that the latest installment of the great Trump hunt is underway and the spectacle of Bragg’s public lynching will dominate headlines for weeks – if not months to come.

Chris Donaldson


We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. If a comment is spam, instead of replying to it please click the ∨ icon below and to the right of that comment. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.

Latest Articles