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Alvin Bragg and the Biden campaign hit back with a complaint of “election interference.” [VIDEOS]

Alvin Bragg and the Biden campaign hit back with a complaint of “election interference.” [VIDEOS]

WASHINGTON DC – America First Legal (AFL), a conservative legal organization, has officially filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) against New York County District Attorney Alvin L. Bragg, Jr. and Joe Biden's primary campaign committee, Biden for President. The complaint alleges violations of the Federal Election Campaign Act.

The case stems from an incident in December 2022 when Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg hired Matthew B. Colangelo to head an investigation into former President Donald Trump. Critics argue that Colangelo's appointment smacks of partisanship, given his history of targeting Trump and his family business.

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Colangelo previously held senior positions at the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and the New York Attorney General's Office, both of which were involved in Trump-related investigations. Notably, Colangelo had contributed to Bragg's campaign for district attorney before joining Biden's DOJ.

Based on available information, the prosecution of the hush money payments by Bragg's office appears to have been coordinated with the Joe Biden regime. AFL claims that this coordination was carried out with the intention of influencing the 2024 presidential election.

During a congressional hearing, Attorney General Merrick Garland refused to commit to disclosing the communications between the DOJ and Bragg's office, without denying their existence. This lack of transparency, along with Colangelo's involvement and the Biden campaign's response after the trial and conviction, suggests that Bragg's prosecution was politically motivated to hurt Trump's 2024 candidacy.

Based on available information, AFL argues that Bragg's prosecution, conducted in coordination with Biden, constitutes “coordinated spending” under the federal Election Campaign Act. Therefore, it represents an in-kind contribution from Bragg to Biden and the Biden campaign that exceeds the allowable individual contribution limit of $3,300 per election.

The complaint alleges that the Biden campaign violated its disclosure obligations under the Act by failing to publicly report required contribution information regarding Bragg's prosecution as a coordinated expense. These expenses must be declared both as a contribution received and as an expense incurred by the candidate's authorized commissions involved in the coordination.

America First Vice President of Legal Dan Epstein issued a statement on the complaint, expressing concern about possible coordination between President Biden and Bragg. Epstein stressed the need for the FEC to carefully scrutinize the relationship between Biden, his regime and the New York County DA's office, especially in light of the ongoing legal battles against former President Trump.

As the FEC reviews the complaint, it remains to be seen how that will affect the narrative surrounding the alleged coordination and potential election violations involving Bragg, Biden and their respective campaigns.

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