Humiliated Prosecutor In Trump Case Tells On Himself In His Resignation Letter

Former federal procesutor, Mark Pomerantz, was in charge of the criminal probe that was investigating former President Donald Trump in Manhattan. Pomerantz is a political hack and once Manhattan’s newly elected DA realized what was going on he killed Pomerantz case.

Pomerantz has since resigned and his resignation letter was posted in the New York Times. The letter was meant to be his personal indictment of Trump however it exposed that the investigation was a political hit job. In his letter, Pomerantz didn’t lay out evidence but claimed his witch hunt was a moral obligation because Trump lied to “the national media and the American people.”

The out-of-control former DA claimed that Trump committed “numerous” felonies.

“His financial statements were false, and he has a long history of fabricating information relating to his personal finances and lying about his assets to banks, the national media, counterparties, and many others, including the American people,” Pomerantz reportedly wrote.

This is more of an indictment of how bad Pomerantz is. If this is the case (it isn’t), that means Pomerantz is so incompetent at his job his boss fired him.

However, just a few paragraphs later Pomerantz relented that a conviction was not “certain” and the case was shakey.

For now, the new DA in Manhattan is keeping the case open however after Pomerantz’s letter was published it’s doubtful a case will ever go to trial. The entire probe now wreaks of political corruption and bias.

“The investigation continues,” Danielle Filson, a spokesperson for the district attorney said. “A team of experienced prosecutors is working every day to follow the facts and the law. There is nothing we can or should say at this juncture about an ongoing investigation.”

It would surprise no one that on a Friday around 5 pm in the middle of the summer the DA’s office will release a press statement announcing they are closing the probe. The mainstream media will ignore it and another witch hunt will fade off into the sunset.

 

The Guardian