Rep. Jim Jordan quickly turned the subject to conspiracy theory when asked if he would serve a subpoena to Alvin Bragg.
Jim Jordan quickly changed the subject when asked if he would serve a subpoena to Alvin Bragg. pic.twitter.com/79bnFwORBK
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) April 2, 2023
When asked on Fox’s Sunday Morning Futures if he would serve a subpoena to Alvin Bragg, Jordan said:
Everything is on the agenda, Maria, let’s talk to the other chair and see the reply. I am reviewing his letter and I believe this is here. BIGGER THIS INCLUDES ALL OF US The same week I learned the district attorney was going left, I learned the IRS knocked on Matt Taibi’s door while he was testifying before Congress. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the district attorney is going after Soros’ back and the former president of the United States.
I mean, it’s horrible that they paid foreigners. please think about it. They paid foreigners to put together fake papers to spy on President Trump’s campaign. The FTC sent a letter to his Twitter requesting who the journalist you were talking to was and then, of course, when Matt Taibi’s IRS testimony was knocking on his door and now all The indictment of the former president, the man who happens to be leading in the polls, is about all of us. It’s the establishment’s agenda, and that’s probably the scariest thing.
Jordan was trying to scare Trump supporters into protesting. Trump’s advocates are trying to make his supporters feel connected to the indictment and feel like the indictment is endangering them.
Jim Jordan knows Bragg will never have to testify in the House, and since House Republicans have no oversight jurisdiction over district attorneys, there is nothing the House can do to get him to testify. .
Jordan doesn’t want to talk about something that even he knows will probably never happen, so Trump supporters don’t protest the myth of the former president’s political beliefs, so he throws a lot of conspiracy theories out there and escalates the fear. I tried to let it go.It might shatter.
Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy with a specialization in the social reform movement.
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