Trump Jury Selection Will Be Finished Soon, ‘Hush Money’ Trial To Begin

President Donald Trump’s “hush money” trial in Manhattan is on the verge of starting as jury selection nears completion. The trial, a politically-motivated attack, comes amid a wave of Democrat lawfare being implemented to keep the former president out of the White House by leftist district attorneys like Alvin Bragg.

With 12 jurors chosen, the trial is set to begin under intense public scrutiny and a politically charged atmosphere. The trial is being held in a Democrat hotbed with officials throughout the city who are transparently bias, including judges and district attorneys.

The primary jurors come from diverse backgrounds including finance education healthcare and law. One juror, a female product development manager for a large apparel company, expressed dislike for Trump’s “persona” and disagreement with some of his politics but said she can remain impartial, stating, “He just seems very selfish and self-serving,” she told the court.

Trump has voiced frustration with a gag order placed on him by the judge overseeing the case that has restricted his ability to comment on the proceedings, which he has declared is a violation of his First Amendment rights.

“The gag order has to come off. People are allowed to speak about me, and I have a gag order,” Trump said before the court went into session. The trial will focus on allegations that Trump manipulated business records to conceal a $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels through his then-lawyer, Michael Cohen.

The idea that Trump will receive a fair trial in this deep-blue city where so much aniomosity has been spewed about the former president by the media and public officials for years. The circumstances draw attention to the idea of justice and how where one stands can sometimes determine where one sits — Democrats would never allow this.