Rogue prosecutor Jack Smith is out of control with his zeal to interfere in the 2024 election.
Smith is working on behalf of the Biden administration to jail Trump in the belief that a conviction will sink Trump’s campaign.
But now four federal Judges just delivered Jack Smith one scorching smackdown.
One of the most outrageous abuses of power Smith and Democrat collaborators engaged in was obtaining a search warrant for Donald Trump’s Twitter account.
In January 2023, Obama Judge Beryl Howell and two other Democrat-appointed Judges rubber stamped the unconstitutional invasion of Donald Trump’s privacy.
This decision kept the request by Smith to spy on Trump’s account from the 45th President.
Smith used access to Trump’s posts and direct messages for multiple nefarious purposes.
Prosecutors tried to construct a phony narrative of Trump encouraging a so-called “insurrection” by looking at the location data from his phone and as well as any posts about what took place on January 6.
Smith also collected the accounts of any American who liked, commented on, or retweeted one of Donald Trump’s posts in a giant enemies list that the Biden Justice Department can use to track and target political opposition.
The full D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals refused to hear Twitter’s appeal of the decision to grant Smith’s search warrant, but four conservatives on the bench excoriated Smith in a blistering rube.
Judge Neomi Rao, Judges Karen Henderson, Judges Gregory Katsas, and Justin Walker slammed their colleagues for allowing Smith to snoop on Trump’s social media account from when he was President without first considering executive privilege claims.
“The Special Counsel’s approach obscured and bypassed any assertion of executive privilege and dodged the careful balance Congress struck in the Presidential Records Act,” Rao argued. “The district court and this court permitted this arrangement without any consideration of the consequential executive privilege issues raised by this unprecedented search.”
“The district court afforded no opportunity for the former President to invoke executive privilege before disclosure, and this court made no mention of the privilege concerns entangled in a third-party search of a President’s social media account,” Rao added. “This approach directly contravenes the principles and procedures long used to adjudicate claims of executive privilege.”
National Review described Jack Smith as an “arsonist” because of his desire to rush this case to court before the election.
But Smith’s attempt to intervene in the election was for the benefit of Joe Biden and the Democrat Party.
But Smith’s also setting legal precedents about spying on and then prosecuting a former President that Democrats may very well live to regret.
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