Alec Baldwin is crumbling. He’s a shell of a man, and he’s on the edge, right now. You can see it in his face, the seething anger and hatred that’s appears to be eating away at him, and the confusion. He’s lost. He doesn’t know what to do. The rugs been pulled out from under him, and karma is giving him a payback for the horrible way he’s treated people. And you’d think Alec would be in somewhat happy spirits right now, since he just won a huge court battle ahead of his trial for involuntary manslaughter.
But he’s not… Because Alec is in his own personal cell of unhappiness and pride.
Alec Baldwin’s defense attorneys on Tuesday withdrew their motion challenging the gun enhancement charges that prosecutors in New Mexico dropped from the criminal charges but not without a few pointed words for their adversaries.
The Santa Fe District Attorney’s Office announced Monday it is dropping the gun enhancement charge — a crime that would have carried a five-year sentence if convicted — against Baldwin in the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of “Rust” in October 2021.
The defense notice to withdraw took aim at the special prosecutor’s characterization of Baldwin’s counsel as “fancy lawyers” who were attempting to “distract” from the case.
“Members of the prosecution team had amplified the error in the Original Information by repeatedly giving interviews on national television in which they erroneously claimed that the enhancement was not only applicable to Mr. Baldwin, but mandatory, and that Mr. Baldwin was facing an additional five years in prison as a result,” defense attorney Luke Nikas said.
Nikas included a series of emails from special prosecutor Andrea Reeb, one of which accused the defense of failing to follow proper procedures and threatened to pursue sanctions. A subsequent email backtracked.
“I 100 percent agree with your assessment on the issue. I will have our documents drafted to amend the criminal information to take off the firearm enhancement and file something withdrawing the firearm enhancement,” the email, dated Feb. 12, said.
More than a week later, Feb. 20, Reeb filed the amended charging document that dropped the enhancement.
Baldwin still faces a charge of involuntary manslaughter for the shooting, however, that crime would carry a lesser sentence of 18 months if convicted.
But that’s not what this is all about. Alec believes he’s actually above all of tis. He thinks he can shoot and kill somebody, and shouldn’t have to pay for it. That’s the elitist attitude we’ve all come to know and hate.
Here’s Alec, looking like a man on the brink of complete and total collapse:
It ended bad for Alec Baldwin.
He’s in a prison far worse than whatever awaits in New Mexico.pic.twitter.com/bkJEKpk4qt
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) February 22, 2023
Alec is angry, because he’s being laughed at, mocked, and people are happy to see him held accountable – and there’ nothing an elite hates more than that.
He can handle shooting and killing a mother, but he can’t handle being held responsible for it.
Even though it’s only 18 months, I hope they throw the book at him.