Alvin Bragg Responds to Rep. Jordan with a Preposterous Comment

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Soros’s Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg responded preposterously to Rep. Jim Jordan’s letter on Trump’s indictment, claiming, “We will not be intimidated.” No one was intimidating him. The GOP wants to know what they’re claiming is evidence. It’s done all the time.

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The racist DA’s spokesperson gave Fox News Digital a preposterous response, “We will not be intimidated by attempts to undermine the justice process, nor will we let baseless accusations deter us from fairly applying the law.”

“In every prosecution, we follow the law without fear or favor to uncover the truth. Our skilled, honest, and dedicated lawyers remain hard at work,” the spokesperson added.

This case will likely be frivolous. It’s also past the statute of limitations. Jordan needs to start writing subpoenas, although some ACLU-ish judge will ensure Bragg never has to appear.

It appears to be a political witch hunt, and it’s more than reasonable for Congress to follow up. NO ONE IS ABOVE THE LAW, RIGHT?

Bragg, who won’t arrest or prosecute serious criminals, goes after terrorized bodega owners and political opponents. It’s reasonable to ask for justification from him.

The corrupt media is doing its job. Lawrence O’Donnell called Mr. Jordan a “buffoon” with a “joke of a letter.”

“If Nancy Pelosi had gotten this letter … this is what she would do with it,” O’Donnell said before tearing it live on air. “That would get the Pelosi rip faster than any paper she has handled since the Trump State of the Union address.”

He isn’t even original.

In the letter from Jordan and House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, and House Administration Committee Chairman Bryan Steil, they noted that to prosecute a former president, is “unprecedented.” As they said, the legal theory appears to be “tenuous and untested,” which is true. What they are saying is it’s not against any law!

They also mentioned that the witness was a convicted perjurer. He went to prison for it. The witness, Michael Cohen is a congenital liar.

It is preposterous to base a case on a congenital liar, especially when it concerns a former president.

Mr. Costello isn’t Donald Trump’s lawyer, but he said he has to tell the truth:

Tucker’s take:


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Sean Dowling
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Sean Dowling
11 months ago

Jordan is an absolute joke. Elected in a ridiculously gerrymandered district. His ilk are destroying our country.

GuvGeek
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GuvGeek
11 months ago

The Congress and The Supreme Court are equal. A Court can rule a Law unconstitutional, but a Court can not tell the Congress how to do Oversight. Since the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office uses Federal Funds, the Congress has Oversight authority.

The House can defund the Courts. The Constitutions only requires the payment of the Supreme Court Judges, so the House is more powerful than the Federal Courts. If a Judge want’s to try and go into battle with the Congress, if the Congress has the will to win; they will.

I suspect that as soon as President Trump is Arrested; his Lawyers will file Malicious Prosecution Motions and a Denial of Civil Rights Suit which would strip Briggs of Immunity. I think Briggs is a big enough Black Privileged Moron to actually follow through on this Political Witch Hunt.

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
11 months ago

Jordan is a little coward who writes letters for PR, knowing he will get nothing. I await his reputation downfall. He is becoming another boat anchor.

The GOP house keeps chasing new issues for PR instead of acting on their promises.

Jordan is like a teddy bear, they laugh at him.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
11 months ago
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Doesn’t sound like you! Was your account hacked? Wouldn’t want to think you were part of a false flag operation.

Frank S.
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Frank S.
11 months ago

Begin serving subpoenas, starting with blowhard leftist Bragg, and do it in a public place so his response can be archived on video tape.

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
11 months ago
Reply to  Frank S.

Bragg is far down on the list with all of the major crimes and nationsl emergencies that little man Jordan is afraid to touch. Writing a letter alone makes him hide under his desk.

Insiders who have followed Jordan for years insist he will not take on the deep state.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
11 months ago
Reply to  The Prisoner

What is the bee in your bonnet about “little man Jordan”?
You sound so angry and disrespectful.
Was your account hacked?