Reps. Jordan and Comer take the gloves off over Trump indictment

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Last week, former President Donald Trump made an announcement that would shock the world.

Per Donald Trump, radical prosecutors in New York City are making preparations to arrest him any minute now.

Now Reps. Jordan and Comer are taking the gloves off over a possible Trump indictment.

Prosecutors are playing with fire in New York City

From Los Angeles to New York City, crime is still raging out of control.

A primary reason for America’s crime problem is the number of George Soros-backed District Attorneys who have taken exceptionally relaxed stances on pursuing even some of the most violent criminals and repeat offenders.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has one of the worst records when it comes to tackling crime.

Bragg infamously charged a bodega worker with murder after he defended himself and his NYC store from a violent ex-convict last summer.

Those charges have since been dropped after public outrage, but not before the man was forced to pay tens of thousands of dollars in bail.

New York has actually eliminated cash bail for most actual criminals.

So to many, the fact that the man was forced to cough up for bail when he clearly acted in self-defense, served as a marker for Bragg’s extreme partisanship.

Instead of learning that the public wants him to focus on pursuing violent criminals, it seems Bragg has had arresting Donald Trump his biggest priority.

The possible indictment and arrest is in relation to a case involving adult film star Stormy Daniels and former President Trump.

Predictably, this looming indictment has fomented outrage all across the nation.

Federal prosecutors have already refused to pursue charges and even the far-Left Jeff Bezos-owned Washington Post called the potential indictment “unusual” because “prosecutors have repeatedly examined the long-established details but decided not to pursue charges.”

Now, Republican chairmen of the House committees on the Judiciary, Oversight, and Administration are stepping in and may haul Bragg to Capitol Hill for questioning.

Judiciary chair Jim Jordan (R-OH), Oversight chair James Comer (R-KY), and Administration chair Bryan Steil (R-WI) sent Alvin Bragg a letter, requesting he provide testimony about his probe into the former President.

“In light of the serious consequences of your actions, we expect that you will testify about what plainly appears to be a politically motivated prosecutorial decision,”
the Republican Congressmen said in their letter to Bragg.

Bragg has not yet responded to this request, and the nation is waiting to hear more about the ever-looming indictment.

Arresting Donald Trump will have serious, long-lasting consequences

As Reps. Jordan, Comer, and Steil made clear in their letter, any indictment over the non-disclosure payments appears to be entirely motivated by politics.

Arrests of national leaders are extremely uncommon in western democracies, so Bragg’s move against Trump has sparked comparisons to a so-called “banana republic” or a soviet bloc nations’ tactics.

There is wide speculation regarding the long-term effects of an indictment against Trump, but in the short term, an arrest will cause extreme outrage.

The role of a District Attorney is to keep their citizens safe by going after those who commit violent and abusive crimes and locking them up.

Bragg hasn’t seemed to convince many New Yorkers, or Americans for that matter, that going after Trump is anything of that sort.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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