Jack Smith’s case against Donald Trump hit a major speed bump.
And like other witch hunts against Trump the investigators may have played fast and loose.
And now Jack Smith got hit with some very tragic news about indicting Donald Trump.
Smith indicted Trump aide Walt Nauta for allegedly conspiring with Trump to obstruct justice in concealing the documents from Trump’s lawyers and the FBI.
But now Jack Smith has a major problem on his hands in the form of prosecutorial misconduct.
The attorney for Nauta, Stanley Woodward, filed an affidavit with Chief Justice for U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. James Boasberg alleging that Smith prosecutor Jay Bratt pressured him to get Nauta to flip on Trump by threatening a judgeship he applied for.
“Bratt then turned to Woodward and remarked that he did not think that Woodward was a “Trump guy” and that “he would do the right thing”, before noting that he knew Woodward had submitted an application to be a judge at the superior court in Washington DC that was currently pending, the letter said,” the Guardian reported Woodward writing to Judge Boasberg.
Former Trump attorney James Trusty addressed the prosecutorial misconduct allegations in an interview with CNN.
Trusty slammed the attempt to force Nauta to flip on Trump by pressuring his lawyer with professional and political retaliation.
‘He apparently, along with five other people in his presence from DOJ, extorted a very well respected, very intelligent lawyer from Washington DC, saying essentially, if you want this judgeship that’s on Joe Biden’s desk, you have to flip your guy to cooperate against the President of the United States,’ Trusty told host Kaitlin Collins.
But Collins is a leftwing activist and she tried to dismiss Trusty’s allegation saying he had no evidence.
Trusty scoffed at Collins’ political spin job and noted that Woodward reported Bratt threatening him at the time it happened in writing which Woodward submitted to a federal judge.
‘This is no political talker. This is something that was reported at the time by the attorney. It has been basically sworn to by him he’s written a letter that’s been submitted to a US District Court Judge confirming it happened. And and I think it’d be really interesting to find out whether DOJ whether the five people have sat in the room and watch that extortion have threads of text messages or emails where they comment about that,’ Trusty continued.
Special counsel John Durham and Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s reports revealed how the FBI bent the rules in the Russia collusion hoax.
The bureau doctored emails, knowingly used unverified information to win approval for a FISA warrant, opened the investigation with the full knowledge that the Clinton campaign invented the idea Trump colluded with Russia, and then proceeded on a two year witch hunt because James Comey ignored exculpatory evidence out of his hatred for Trump.
And now Trump and his supporters are reliving the experience that investigators think the ends justify the means if it results in getting Donald Trump.
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