Prosecutors held discussions with the Biden administration before issuing three indictments against Trump

by | Feb 15, 2024

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According to reports, three prosecutors met with White House aides prior to indicting President Donald Trump.

These meetings indicate a coordinated effort against Biden's 2024 opponent, supporting Trump's assertion that the indictments amount to election interference.

The timing of the indictments is noteworthy. Following Trump's announcement of a reelection bid against Biden, he faced four indictments in four distinct jurisdictions. Each indictment coincided with revelations concerning the Biden family business.

In three instances, prosecutors allegedly conferred with the Biden administration prior to indicting Trump:

– Alvin Bragg: New York – “Stormy Daniels” Case

– Jack Smith: Miami – “Documents” Case

– Fani Willis: Fulton County, Georgia election case 

The initial indictment was issued on April 4, 2023, coinciding with former Biden aide Kathy Chung's testimony regarding Joe Biden's mishandling of classified documents, which contradicted Biden's account of events.

According to a court source speaking to Fox News, on March 17, 2023, Bragg requested a meeting with federal law enforcement prior to indicting Trump. A year earlier, Bragg's office enlisted the services of Matthew Colangelo, a former senior DOJ official who had previously targeted Trump during his tenure at the Justice Department. Colangelo had also criticized Trump while serving in the New York Attorney General's office.

Trump exclusively told Breitbart News that after the indictment, Bragg has faced significant discrediting because even Democrats who have read it are saying it lacks the weight of an indictment.

On June 8, 2023, Smith submitted the second indictment, coinciding with the emergence of an FBI 10-23 form alleging that Joe Biden received a $5 million bribe. In late June, Smith submitted a superseding indictment in the case, following the collapse of Hunter Biden's favorable plea deal in Delaware the day before.

 Breitbart News reported that in March, several months earlier, a member of Biden's counsel's office convened with a senior member of Smith's team, only nine weeks before Smith indicted Trump in the classified document case.

On August 14, 2023, Willis submitted the third indictment against Trump. The official court website of Fulton County, Georgia, briefly displayed what seemed to be an indictment against him before it was removed.

Months preceding the indictment, Willis' chief county prosecutor held two meetings with Biden's White House counsel on May 23 and November 18, 2022, a year ahead of Trump's indictment in August. Each meeting allegedly cost Fulton County taxpayers $2,000, with billing at a rate of $250 per hour for eight hours. While neither Willis nor the prosecutor denied the claims, a spokesperson for Willis's office informed the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that she would address the matter in subsequent court filings.

Once more, the timing of the indictment raised suspicions. Willis indicted Trump on the very day a former FBI supervisory special agent confirmed that Biden's 2020 transition team had been informed about its intention to interview Hunter Biden.

Source: Breitbart News



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