Probe Launched into DOJ-Bragg-James Election Interference Collusion Targeting Trump

Craig Bannister | May 10, 2024

New evidence suggesting election interference and selective prosecution has prompted Missouri Attorney Andrew General Bailey to demand the Department of Justice (DOJ) turn over documents relating to prosecutions of Republican presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump.

“Thanks to evidence that has come to light, my office has reason to believe Biden’s corrupt Department of Justice is the headquarters of the illicit prosecutions against President Trump,” AG Bailey said Thursday:

“That’s why we’re demanding the DOJ turn over documents that we believe will expose these political prosecutions for what they are: a witch hunt.”

In a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, Bailey is calling for communications between the DOJ and the offices of three Democrat prosecutors who are intent on finding some way to convict the Republican presidential candidate:

  • Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg,
  • New York Attorney General Leticia James, and
  • Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.


AG Bailey explains that the DOJ appears to be colluding with, and coordinating, the prosecutor’s targeting of Trump, noting that the DOJ moved its third-highest ranking member to Bragg’s office to prosecute Trump in the so-called “hush money” case.

Additionally, Bragg worked alongside NY AG James in pursuing civil litigation, “using that experience as a springboard from which to campaign for his current position.”

The collusion on, and strategic-timing of, the flimsy charges concocted by the DOJ and its cohorts suggest a deliberate, politically-motivated effort at election interference, AG Bailey notes:

“Given the timing (Bragg charged Trump only after Trump declared his candidacy for President), the transparent weakness of the charges, and the effect the charges have in keeping Trump off the campaign trail, there is substantial reason to suspect the Biden administration has coordinated with Bragg and others to bring prosecutions against Trump.”



Democrat candidate President Biden has even publicly boasted that Bragg’s efforts have prevented Trump from campaigning, Bailey says:

“Bragg’s decision to bring the prosecution anyway despite its transparent weakness has nonetheless had the effect of keeping former President Trump off the campaign trail, which President Biden has bragged about.”

“Across the political spectrum, Bragg’s charges are widely regarded as transparently superficial,” Bailey writes, citing the analysis of a liberal law professor in the far-left New York Times:

“Liberal law professor Jed Shugerman, for example, took to the New York Times to describe Bragg’s indictment as ‘a disaster’ and ‘legal embarrassment’ that degrades the ‘rule of law’ and puts in its place ‘the rule of the circus.’”