Alvin Bragg Faces INVESTIGATION – He’s In Big Trouble!

( – Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan are to discuss the possibility of investigating Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg.

The probe would form part of the work of the committee established by Republicans last year to examine the weaponization of federal agencies by the government.

The discussions will also include Oversight Committee Chair James Comer, who told CNN about the possible investigation. Jordan and Comer have already written to Bragg asking him to forward documents related to the indictment of former President Donald Trump, but Bragg refused to comply. 

The letter stated, “If state or local prosecutors are able to engage in politically motivated prosecutions of Presidents of the United States (former or current) for personal acts, this could have a profound impact on how Presidents choose to exercise their powers while in office.”  Donald Trump is the first former US President ever to face criminal charges. 

Manhattan DA Bragg is under increasing scrutiny due to his fervent desire to charge Trump with offenses, despite his record of giving criminals an easy time.

Only days after taking office last year, he told his staff that a number of offenses would no longer be prosecuted, and others would be downgraded from felonies to misdemeanors. The majority of felony cases he has dealt with so far have been downgraded. 

Republican House Conference Chair Elise Stefanik said that “Alvin Bragg must answer under oath for the illegal weaponization of his office.”

She added that Trump has faced political persecution since he first began campaigning for the White House and “this dangerous and illegal overreach by a radical DA has completely backfired for the corrupt Far Left Democrats who would rather desperately tear apart the fabric of our country than face President Trump at the ballot box.” She described previous attempts to take down Trump, including the “Russia hoax and sham impeachments.” 

Donald Trump appeared in a Manhattan court on April 4th to plead not guilty to 34 separate charges. 

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