Disgraced Prosecutor In Trump Criminal Probe Tells On Himself In His Resignation Letter
Former federal prosecutor, Mark Pomerantz, led the Manhattan DA’s criminal investigation in former President Donald Trump and has now resigned. In his resignation letter, he told on himself and pretty much guaranteed that criminal charges will never be successfully brought against the former president.
The letter was published by the New York Times and it was meant to be a condemnation of Trump however it stinks to high heaven of political bias. Pomerantz doesn’t make the case that Trump broke the law he claimed taking Trump to trial is a moral obligation because he lied to “the national media and the American people.”
That has nothing to do with the bank records of the Trump organization or the former President’s personal finances that the DA’s office was supposedly investigating.
Pomerantz also made some audacious claims Trump had 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.
If that is the case Mr. Pomerantz is the worst attorney in the world. How is it he had the type of evidence he claimed to have and was not allowed to take the case to trial?
It was a witch hunt and the new DA wanted nothing to do it.
A few paragraphs later Pomerantz admitted that he didn’t have the evidence to convict Trump and a conviction was not “certain.”
As for the probe, the DA is keeping it open but the waters are so muddy now it will be almost impossible for them to successfully indict Trump.
“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.”