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Convicted Felon Michael Cohen Referred To DOJ For CRIMINAL Prosecution

Things don’t seem to be going well for convicted felon Michael Cohen, and now they seem to be getting worse.

Alvin Bragg’s entire case is centered around Cohen; Cohen’s credibility is, therefore, paramount to the entire sham trial.

It goes without saying that if credibility is the main objective, having a convicted liar as the foundation of a case is a bad idea.

Cohen has now been referred to the DOJ for criminal prosecution by Rep. Jim Jordan and Rep. James Comer for lying to Congress six times in 2019.

On Wednesday, the House Judiciary GOP announced the referral of Cohen to the DOJ; you can read their full letter below:

Just The News provided context:

Cohen admitted last year to lying under oath when he testified in front of Congress in 2019, by answering “no” when asked if he was truthful in his congressional testimony during Trump’s civil fraud trial.

A newly surfaced document from one of Cohen’s lawyers directly undermines the entirety of Alvin Bragg’s ‘hush money’ case.

The Epoch Times featured several examples of Cohen’s deception:

Among other issues, the two Republicans claimed Mr. Cohen lied when he told Congress that he did not have any reportable contracts with foreign governments.

They said he entered into contracts in 2017 “with entities owned in part by foreign governments.” They did not go into details.

The most recent example was in October, said Mr. Jordan and Mr. Comer, when Mr. Cohen allegedly “admitted to lying to Congress” during testimony in a separate civil case against President Trump that was brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James.


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