Judge Judy Drops Trump Crime Verdict Bombshell

Judge Judy Sheindlin, known widely as Judge Judy, has staunchly defended Donald Trump amid his recent conviction on over 30 felony counts, dismissing the charges as “nonsense.” In an interview with Chris Wallace released on Friday, she criticized Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg for allocating resources to prosecute Trump rather than focusing on what she considers more pressing criminal issues.



“You gotta twist yourself into a pretzel to figure out what the crime was.”

Judge Judy remarked about the case, where Trump was found guilty of falsifying business records related to hush money payments before the 2016 election to conceal an alleged affair with Stormy Daniels. Trump has consistently denied any wrongdoing or knowledge of the payments.

Judge Judy, who now hosts a courtroom show on the streaming service Freevee, voiced her preference for Bragg to prioritize tackling dangerous criminals in Manhattan instead of pursuing what she views as a futile legal battle against Trump.

“I would be happier, as someone who owns property in Manhattan, if the district attorney of New York County would take care of criminals who were making it impossible for citizens to walk in the streets and use the subway, to use his efforts to keep those people off the street, than to spend $5 million or $10 million of taxpayers’ money trying Donald Trump on this nonsense

During the interview, Judge Judy accused Bragg of exploiting the court system for his own “personal self-aggrandizement.” Despite her defense of Trump in this case, she clarified that she is not a supporter of his. She actively campaigned for Nikki Haley during the GOP primary and endorsed Michael Bloomberg over Trump in the 2020 election.

Reflecting on Trump’s career, Judge Judy acknowledged his success as a businessman and as the host of “The Apprentice” but expressed skepticism about his suitability for the presidency.”


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