Jurors must search for truth in the ‘Alice in Wonderland’ case against Trump

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As former President Donald Trump awaits a Manhattan jury’s verdict, he can be forgiven for feeling that his criminal trial resembles a surreal “Alice in Wonderland” farce.  He is left to peer through a “Looking-Glass” where everything is backward. 

The culprit for this hallucinatory nightmare is District Attorney Alvin Bragg who brought a bizarre case based on warped interpretations of law and distorted facts.  It is now up to twelve jurors to wade through the lunacy in search of the illusive truth.       

Bragg’s fractured case requires the jury to reach several distinct conclusions on issues that make little sense to begin with.  A Ouija board might help.    

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