DOJ Caught Colluding With Alvin Bragg

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( – The Department of Justice is denying the allegations of collusion with the District Attorney’s office in Manhattan in the hush money case against former President Donald Trump. 

The House Judiciary Committee received a letter from the department where it is noted that the claims of them colluding with District Attorney Alvin Brags were without a base and are “conspiratorial speculation.” 

In the letter sent by Carlos Uriarte, the Assistant Attorney General, which had been obtained late Monday by Committee Chair Jim Jordan, there was a response to these allegations, which came through only weeks after the New York jury had convicted Donald Trump on 34 counts of falsifying business records. 

The committee has pushed for the department to provide more information because of what they have referred to as the “perception” that it was behind the prosecution of the former President through Bragg’s department. It has also been alleged that the Justice Department has been “weaponized” and “politicized” by President Biden. However, as Uriarte wrote in his response letter on April 30 the Justice Department does not usually make significant attempts to “rebut conspiratorial speculation.” Still, he added that to be consistent with the comments regarding transparency that had been made by the Attorney General the department would be taking important steps to confirm that there is no basis for the false claims that have been circulating. 

In April Jordan had written that Alvin Bragg was engaging in a politicized prosecution that has been in part led by Department of Justice former senior official Matthew B. Colangelo.

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