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WATCH: Trump-Hating Prosecutor Asked One Simple Question, Pleads The Fifth

This is very telling indeed, everyone has the right against self-incrimination, but simple questions require simple answers.

During a deposition provided to the House Judiciary Committee in 2023, Trump-hating prosecutor Mark Pomerantz was asked one simple question.

Rep. Matt Gaetz asked Pomerantz squarely: “Did you knowingly break any laws when investigating President Trump?”

It was then that Pomerantz invoked his Fifth Amendment rights, but why wouldn’t he answer that simple question?

This reminds me of that time the FBI couldn’t answer if there were undercover FBI agitators present at the January 6th protests. On Tuesday, the House Judiciary GOP wrote:

“MARK POMERANTZ led the charge to indict President Trump in New York City. We deposed him before the Judiciary Committee.

When asked about his investigation, he PLEADED THE FIFTH. Makes you wonder.” Here’s more on the story:

According to CNBC:

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., a committee member, told reporters later Pomerantz refused to answer any questions at the deposition.

“I’ve never had a more obstructive and less cooperative witness in my over 20 years in Congress,” Issa said, according to NBC News.

President Trump spoke out against the corrupt prosecutor and asked why Pomerantz hasn’t faced charges for his alleged wrongdoing.

The New York Post had more:

Pomerantz told the panel in his opening statement that he was appearing “as required” because “I respect the rule of law,” before issuing his rebuke of the Republican-led probe and announcing his intention to invoke his Fifth Amendment rights.

“What I do not respect is the use of the Committee’s subpoena power to compel me to participate in an act of political theater,” Pomerantz’s statement reads.

“This deposition is for show. I do not believe for a moment that I am here to assist a genuine effort to enact legislation or conduct legislative ‘oversight.’”


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