Alvin Bragg Attempts to Block Congress From Getting Involved With Trump Case

At this point, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg should be getting held in contempt.

Jordan Being Sued

In an attempt to prevent Congress from ‘interfering’ in his legal action against Trump, Alvin Bragg brought legal action against Jim Jordan, the head of the House Judiciary Committee.

Jim Jordan is accused in the action, which was submitted in the Southern District of New York, of launching a brazen and unlawful attack on his investigation into Trump.

Bragg’s action aims to prevent Jim Jordan’s panel from implementing a subpoena served to Mark Pomerantz, the attorney for Hillary Clinton.

Jim Jordan summoned Mark Pomerantz, who was once a Manhattan DA prosecutor and Hillary Clinton’s attorney, for a statement last week.

After District Attorney Alvin Bragg closed the probe into Trump, Mark Pomerantz, the previous top prosecutor in the Manhattan DA’s department examining Trump, quit in protest.

After that, he wrote a book about the subject. He writes in his book that the probe produced information showing that Donald Trump was guilty of serious felonies.

Based on the subpoena, Jim Jordan called Mark Pomerantz for a private testimony on April 20.

In order to stop the subpoena sent on Pomerantz, Bragg’s offices are currently suing Jim Jordan.

According to The New York Times:

“In a remarkable move aimed to prevent congressional Republicans from meddling in the office’s indictment of former President Donald J. Trump, the Manhattan DA on Tuesday charged Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio.”

Subpoena Served

Mark F. Pomerantz, a former district attorney who oversaw the Trump probe and subsequently published a book regarding the experience, was served with a subpoena.

Bragg’s lawyers are attempting to prevent Jordan and his congressional supporters from executing the subpoena.

Earlier last year, Pomerantz left after Bragg chose not to pursue a criminal investigation of Trump at the time, barely two months into his initial term in office.

This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.