When news leaked that New York Democrats were going to prosecute Donald Trump, Congress jumped into action. House Republicans warned the district attorney that his politically-driven scheme was going to end badly. The DA arrogantly ignored them and went ahead with this unprecedented and ugly indictment.
But House Republicans are far from finished. Rep. Jim Jordan appears to be ramping up efforts to hold Democrats accountable over this shocking move. His committee just sent out its first subpoena that might expose the entire left’s scheme. And he’s going after one of Bragg’s former allies.
Jordan’s subpoena, reviewed by Breitbart News, directs Mark Pomerantz, who resigned from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office in February 2022, to appear before the committee for a deposition on April 20…
“Congress has a specific and manifestly important interest in preventing politically motivated prosecutions of current and former Presidents by elected state and local prosecutors, particularly in jurisdictions—like New York County—where the prosecutor is popularly elected and trial-level judges lack life tenure,” Jordan wrote.
Uh, oh. Bragg might be getting nervous right about now. Jordan has subpoenaed Mark Pomerantz, who once worked for Alvin Bragg’s office. Pomerantz reportedly resigned from his post after learning the DA wasn’t going to prosecute Trump over business-related accusations.
Pomerantz labeled Trump guilty until proven innocent. Obviously, because Pomerantz is a Democrat who hates Trump. Because the DA office lacked evidence to actually prosecute Trump, Pomerantz quit in a rage.
The current case by Bragg seems like a convoluted, last-ditch attempt, at prosecuting Trump using other “evidence.”
Jim Jordan is going after a man who was closely connected to Bragg’s investigations against Trump. We doubt Pomerantz will gladly testify before the Republican-led committee. But he will have a hard time defying a congressional subpoena.
Jordan revealed that Congress has a mandate to investigate these matters. Especially when considering the DA is an elected figure and the trial judge might have his own conflict of interest.
But what will Jordan’s investigation reveal? He doesn’t have the power to end this trial. But he can uncover information that can expose Bragg’s agenda. Information that the American people need to know about.
- Jim Jordan has subpoenaed a former special assistant to DA Bragg.
- Mark Pomerantz resigned from the NY DA’s office after Bragg originally refused to prosecute Trump.
- Jordan claims Congress has a duty to prevent politically motivated prosecutions.