Judge Jeanine Pirro Declares That Alvin Bragg ‘Doesn’t Deserve the Title of DA’ After He Charges Bodega Clerk With Murder

Judge Jeanine Pirro went off on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg after he charged a bodega clerk who was forced to grab a knife to fend off a violent ex-con with murder.

The Manhattan bodega clerk is now locked up at the notorious Rikers Island jail as he is unable to post the $250,000 bail that was set.

Pirro declared in a tweet where she shared a clip from “The Five” where she discussed the situation, “Alvin Bragg doesn’t deserve the title of District Attorney!”

“This case is a microcosm of what’s going on in America today. The victim is seen as someone who should be ignored and the criminal is the one who’s being protected.”

“In this situation, what you have is someone who doesn’t have a criminal record, who goes to work at noon time and then comes home at three in the morning or some crazy time and you’ve got a dirtbag career criminal, two prison stints, eight at least felony arrests.”

“He jumps over the counter, fighting words, throws the bodega owner into a chair, pushes him, curses at him, yells at a customer, then pulls him out of the chair and while he’s cursing at him and then the bodega owner in self-defense takes the knife out stabs him, kills him, that’s called justification.”

“In New York state, if you are faced with deadly, physical force and you are reasonable in your belief that you are going to be harmed, based upon these circumstances, then you have the right to defend yourself.”

“But you’re right, it is a Rittenhouse case. The problem with this in New York is everybody walks free. You use a gun in New York, you walk free.”

This guy Alvin Bragg, he doesn’t deserve the title District Attorney, and I gotta tell you, I don’t have a lot of faith in Eric Adams.”

“He’s over here saying, ‘You know what, I’m not allowed to give conveyance to the local prosecutor.’ Baloney, you are hired because you are a cop who’s anti-crime.”

They’re taking the side of the criminal and not the victim. This is a victim who’s been charged with murder, now has to go through the justice system and the grand jury to prove that he’s the victim and it’s all on tape.”