NEW: Manafort Pleads Not Guilty to State Mortgage Fraud Charges Brought by Commies in SDNY
President Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort on Thursday pleaded not guilty to New York state charges of mortgage fraud during an arraignment hearing.
Manafort, 70, is currently serving a seven and half year prison sentence on federal charges for violating FARA related to his Ukrainian lobbying, tax evasion and bank fraud after Mueller and Weissmann hunted him down.
The Steele dossier, which was paid for by Hillary Clinton and the DNC was used by the FBI to obtain FOUR FISA warrants on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page, but there is another fake dossier known as the “black cash ledger” that was used to take down Paul Manafort.
According to John Solomon, the “black cash ledger” which emerged in the Ukraine in the summer of 2016, was used to remove Manafort from Trump’s campaign and eventually used by the US government to prosecute Manafort — in fact, FBI agents mentioned this ledger in an affidavit supporting the July 2017 raid on Manafort’s home.
But that wasn’t enough for the tyrannical government.
The Communists in the Southern District of New York hatched a plot to go around ‘double jeopardy’ laws. This way Manafort would still serve prison time if Trump were to issue a presidential pardon.
If convicted of these state fraud charges, Manafort will remain in jail even if President Trump pardons him.
Meanwhile, Tony Podesta is freely walking around and was given immunity by Mueller even though he was working with the same Ukrainian lobbyists as Manafort and also failed to fill out his FARA forms in a timely manner.
According to reports, Manafort entered the New York courtroom on Thursday in blue a prison jumpsuit and white sneakers.
Judge Maxwell Wiley waived pretrial proceedings for Manafort and also added that there would be no waiver on his detainer, reported Fox News.
This means that if Trump pardons him on federal charges, Manafort would still not be released from prison.
Recall, corrupt Manhattan DA Cy Vance announced these state charges back in March just MINUTES after Manafort was sentenced for the second time on federal charges.
“No one is beyond the law in New York,” Cy Vance previously said.
Paul Manafort’s next court date is October 9.