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BREAKING: House Republicans Introduce Bill To Defund Manhattan DA’s Office And End Corrupt Prosecution Of Trump

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On Thursday, House Republicans introduced two bills that go directly after New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg, who brought the case that led to the indictment earlier this month of former President Donald Trump.

Earlier this week, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan informed Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg that Republican investigations into him would not be slowed down by Bragg’s lawsuit.

The Ohio Republican attacked Bragg for his “pro-crime, anti-victim policies” in New York during an interview on Fox News. Additionally, Jordan accused the DA of overstepping his authority in filing a lawsuit against him, accusing him of indicting Trump for “no crime!”

In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Bragg demanded Jordan stop interfering with the local prosecution. Mike Davis of The Federalist Society reported that a judge would not even issue a temporary restraining order as soon as he filed his lawsuit.

“Soros-funded Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg’s (frivolous) lawsuit against House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan is already off to a bad start for Bragg: The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York declined to even enter a temporary restraining order,” he wrote.

ALVIN, or the “Accountability for Lawless Violence in Our Neighborhoods Act” and the “No Federal Funds for Political Prosecution Act,” were obtained by the Daily Caller.

Essentially, the “ALVIN Act” bans federal funds from being disbursed to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and mandates the office to refund federal funds received after January 1, 2022.

“The ‘No Federal Funds for Political Prosecutions Act,’ prohibits state or local law enforcement agencies from using funds or property attainted pursuant to section 511(e) of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 811(e)), section 981 of title 18, United States Code, or section 524 of title 28, United States Code, to investigate or prosecute the President, Vice President, or a candidate for the office of President in a criminal case while lawlessness permeates major American cities,” The Daily Caller reported.

“District Attorney Alvin Bragg ran on a campaign pledge to indict President Trump. Bragg took the unprecedented action of converting alleged minor business misdemeanors to 34 individual felonies in an attempt to put President Trump behind bars and humiliate him and his supporters,” Biggs told the outlet.

“This weaponized prosecutor’s office has spent thousands of federal taxpayer dollars to subsidize this political indictment and is demanding millions more in federal grants. It’s disturbing to see District Attorney Bragg waste federal resources for political purposes rather than addressing the serious crime in his city. As a member of the House Judiciary and Oversight & Accountability Committees, and with an almost insurmountable national debt that exceeds $ 1 trillion, the nation simply cannot afford to support Mr. Bragg’s politicization of the criminal justice system,” Biggs continued.

As a result of a subpoena sent to the prosecutor by Jordan’s House Judiciary Committee last week requesting information about the office’s indictment of former President Donald Trump, Bragg filed a lawsuit against Jordan on Tuesday.

The indictment, Bragg said, was the result of an intimidation campaign by Jordan and the committee.

In the wake of Trump’s indictment, many legal experts have contended that Bragg’s case is extraordinarily weak.

“The question to ask yourself in a case like this [is], ‘Would a case like this be brought against anybody else, whether he or she be president, former president or a regular citizen?’ The answer is… no,” Sol Wisenberg, a former Whitewater deputy counsel stated.

“You can debate all day long whether or not… Trump should be indicted related to the records at Mar-a-Lago, whether or not he should be indicted with respect to Jan. 6 incitement of lawless activity… Those are real crimes if they occurred, and he committed them,” he added. “This is preposterous.”

“Ian Millhiser, a senior correspondent at Vox, wrote: “There is something painfully anticlimactic about Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s indictment of former President Trump. It concerns not Trump’s efforts to overthrow the duly elected government of the United States, but his alleged effort to cover up a possible extramarital affair with a porn star. And there’s a very real risk that this indictment will end in an even bigger anticlimax. It is unclear that the felony statute that Trump is accused of violating actually applies to him,” Conservative Brief reported.

Mark Stern, a writer for the liberal outlet Slate, published a story titled, “The Trump Indictment Is Not the Slam-Dunk Case Democrats Wanted.”

A video of Bragg on former president Donald Trump has resurfaced approximately two years after it was posted.

In a radio interview with Ebro Darden on HOT 97 in January 2021, while Bragg was running for the Manhattan district attorney election, Bragg boasts about having helped “sued the Trump administration more than 100 times,” stating that “rich, old white men” need to be prosecuted, and stating that he had seen the lawlessness Trump could commit.

The Republican-led House Judiciary Committee plans to hold a field hearing in New York City on April 17 in order to examine how Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s policies have adversely affected the area and exacerbated violent crime.

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1 year ago


Jane Hill
Jane Hill
1 year ago

HOPE that include Trump hater James

Lisel Sipes
Lisel Sipes
1 year ago

When this utter nonsense is over, I want to go to NY and buy a Whopper and Fries from that monig turd.