President Trump is doing everything in his power to turn the tables on his enemies, using their own tactics against them, but as we all know by now, it’s never easy to tear down the Deep State. Nevertheless, we’re well aware that these indictments against Trump are nothing more than charades, concocted behind closed doors by shadowy political tyrants serving the uniparty regime’s interests, all in an effort to thwart the one man determined to expose the murky underbelly of our twisted government. President Trump is attempting to flip the script on these political power players, utilizing this unconstitutional and morally reprehensible stage they’ve concocted to unveil the truth about two very controversial events: the 2020 election and January 6th, and he’s trying to do so using that smarmy Jack Smith.
As you may know by now, Trump’s legal team submitted a 9-page discovery letter, requesting a treasure trove of records from the Special Counsel and DOJ related to January 6th and the 2020 election.
Investigative reporter Julie Kelly shared the information in a post on X.
Whoo boy–last week, Trump's lawyers in J6 case filed a 9-page discovery letter seeking lots of records from Special Counsel and DOJ related to 2020 election and Jan 6.
Some highlights: pic.twitter.com/L4iJMbGuqE
— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) November 27, 2023
Here’s a closeup of the image she shared:
The biased judge overseeing the case responded and, unsurprisingly, smacked down the request with quickness.
Former President Donald Trump’s effort to subpoena information related to the House investigation into the Jan. 6, 2021, US Capitol riot was blocked Monday by a federal judge, who ruled that the request seemed like nothing more than a “fishing expedition.”
Trump and his legal team had sought to subpoena Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.), the chairman of the House Jan. 6 select committee, and other government officials over allegedly “missing materials” from the panel’s archives.
“The broad scope of the records that Defendant seeks, and his vague description of their potential relevance, resemble less ‘a good faith effort to obtain identified evidence’ than they do ‘a general ‘fishing expedition’ that attempts to use the [Rule 17(c) subpoena] as a discovery device,” Judge Tanya Chutkan wrote in her order denying the subpoena request.
In August, Thompson noted that the committee did not keep records of materials that were not used during the panel’s hearings or featured in its publications, leading Trump’s lawyers to question whether they have been “lost, destroyed,“The Select Committee did not archive temporary committee records that were not elevated by the Committee’s actions, such as use in hearings or official publications, or those that did not further its investigative activities,” Thompson wrote.
Oh, we can certainly assume that they were obliterated. It’s evident that the legal wagons are feverishly circling the regime, launching an all-out effort to keep their dirty deeds buried. Unfortunately, this is just another example of how far our judicial system has plunged into the depths of immorality and injustice. In places controlled by Democrats, like New York City, nobody on the right, especially President Trump, can expect to get a fair deal—just ask Douglass Mackey, the young man convicted of “conspiracy” for sharing an anti-Hillary meme nearly a decade ago. As it stands now, we’re a nation divided by “Trump fear,” and most of our government is possessed with a burning desire to conceal the secrets from public view.