Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg found out some bad news.
The Soros-backed prosecutor’s decision to indict Donald Trump on sham charges continues to backfire.
Alvin Bragg just saw this letter that left him with one tragic decision.
Bragg charged Trump after facing mounting political pressure to move against the 45th president.
One of the biggest forces pushing Bragg to indict Trump was the decision by Mark Pomerantz to quit the Manhattan District Attorney’s office when Bragg originally decided to give up on indicting Trump on financial fraud charges because there was no evidence Trump committed any crimes.
Pomerantz then took the unprecedented step of publishing his book, “The People v. Donald Trump,” which smeared Trump as a criminal despite the fact Trump wasn’t facing any charges at the time.
Soon after Pomerantz’s book dropped – and Trump announced his re-election campaign – Bragg brought the “zombie case” – the Michael Cohen nondisclosure payment to Stormy Daniels – back to life and invented fake crimes in order to indict Trump.
This prompted House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan to announce his intention to investigate Bragg for weaponizing the justice system to target Donald Trump and boost Democrats in the 2024 election.
“For example, in your book, you recount a “mini-revolt” that occurred following an internal Office meeting on September 21, 2021, about the investigations into President Trump. You offer details about a disagreement between you and the Office’s Major Economic Crimes Bureau Chief, Julieta Lozano, about Michael Cohen’s credibility as a witness in the investigation. You also complain about concerns expressed by Chris Conroy, the Office’s Investigative Division Chief, during a meeting on November 12, 2021. According to you, Conroy “spoke about his misgivings” about the Trump investigation, which stemmed from a recent case involving financial and accounting fraud charges that mirrored the charges that the Office was considering pursuing against President Trump,” Jordan wrote.
Jordan added that in his book Pomerantz admitted he was so desperate to indict Trump that he took an unpaid job as special assistant to the Manhattan DA’s office just to investigate the 45th President.
Pomerantz also declared Trump guilty (in a case where the DA did not bring charges due to the lack of evidence) based entirely on the fact that Pomerantz didn’t like the way Trump acted.
“Specifically, you describe your eagerness to investigate President Trump, writing that you were “delighted” to join an unpaid group of lawyers advising on the Trump investigations, and joking that salary negotiations had gone “great” because you would have paid to join the investigation. You frivolously compare President Trump to mob boss John Gotti, and claim that the District Attorney’s Office was “warranted in throwing the book” at President Trump because, in your view, he “had become a master of breaking the law in ways that were difficult to reach.” You explain that this “collective weight” of President Trump’s conduct over the years “left no doubt in [your] mind that [President] Trump deserved to be prosecuted,” Jordan continued.
Pomerantz quitting was one of the key events that ramped up the pressure on Bragg to indict Trump.
Now House Republicans are investigating how a local DA used federal money and potentially coordinated with the Biden administration to arrest the leading candidate of the opposing party.
And Mark Pomerantz’s testimony could be critical to get to the bottom of this mess,
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