BREAKING: Manhattan DA deletes 'Meet Our Team' page after staffers nuke their far-left Twitter accounts

DA Alvin Bragg's office has deleted the "Meet Our Team" page, including the profile of chief assistant district attorney Meg Reiss, ahead of the arraignment.

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The Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's website has deleted its "Meet Our Team" page, including the profile of chief assistant district attorney Meg Reiss, ahead of the arraignment.

The bio for Chief Assistant District Attorney Reiss was removed. 

Reiss was brought into Bragg's office in January 2022, subscribes to Critical Race Theory ideas, and believes in soft-on-crime reforms to the criminal justice system.

According to Fox News: "Reiss created the Institute for Innovation on Prosecution in 2016 at John Jay College, which collaborates with prosecution offices, including the Manhattan DA, to bring about racial equity reforms rooted in critical race theory ideology. She left in 2018, and was listed as a leader in numerous reports relating to their agenda. 

"The institute believes in an ideologically driven approach to prosecution that takes into account historical factors. For example, the Institute argued in a report, signed with Reiss' name, that prosecutors must focus on 'acknowledging our nation’s shameful history of slavery and racism which continues to cloud the criminal justice system.'" 

Jordan Stockdale, Chief of Staff for Bragg, wiped his Twitter account ahead of the arraignment.

It is clear that Bragg's office does not want to give opponents to this political prosecution of Donald Trump the opportunity to dig into the social media of those who are leading the charge against him.

This is ahead of Former President Donald Trump's scheduled appearance in a New York criminal court today, following his indictment by a grand jury last week. 

Police are preparing for possible protests outside the courthouse.

After his court appearance, Trump plans to fly back to Florida for a speech tonight. His team says that news of the indictment has already helped him raise $7 million in fundraising for his 2024 presidential campaign.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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