House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan has escalated his probe into District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s prosecution of former President Trump by issuing a subpoena to one of his former prosecutors.
Jim Jordan is subpoenaing a former attorney from the Manhattan District Attorney’s office who resigned in protest after Bragg wouldn’t pursue criminal charges against Trump o er his finances. There was a request from Jordan for Mark Pomerantz to appear voluntarily, but he declined. Thus the subpoena: I’m honestly not sure how much bearing this testimony will have on the current indictment and charges in New York, but it does have value in exposing the weaponization of law by these Manhattan prosecutors. I have my doubts that Pomerantz will actually show up despite the subpoena, because he knows that Biden’s DOJ won’t give two cents about prosecuting him based on a Republican subpoena. He will ignore it and nothing more will come of this.