Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) from the House Judiciary Committee has put forth substantial inquiries directed at Attorney General Merrick Garland concerning the indictment of President Trump.
In a letter addressed to AG Garland, he emphasizes the irregularities in the Justice Department's actions, which significantly deviated from the typical protocol. He asserts that this indictment, at the very least, gives rise to a concerning perception of a double standard and a miscarriage of justice.
Key Points addressed in his letter to AG Garland:
1) The Miami Field office did not conduct the search
2) The Department did not assign a US attorney's office to the matter
3) The FBI did not first seek consent to effectuate the search
4) The FBI refused to wait for President Trump's attorney to be present before executing the search.
As highlighted by Jordan in his letter, President Trump was denied, at the very least, a fair and equitable justice system that upholds the principle that every individual is presumed innocent until proven guilty. This principle has been the hallmark of justice for nearly two centuries. When the justice system unilaterally chooses to pronounce someone guilty without due diligence, it raises critical questions about the reliability of determining an individual's fate.