As more information continues to trickle out about the raid, reports also noted through the week that the judge who signed the FBI's search warrant is no fan of the former president and is himself a woke libtard leftist.
Federal Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart has previously made anti-Trump remarks on social media while also sharing content about so-called "white privilege." He also donated to Barack Obama's campaigns and gave a smaller donation to then-GOP presidential contender Jeb Bush, who lost badly to Trump in 2016.
BREAKING: Judge who signed off on Trump raid has anti-Trump posts and shared content from ‘WokeFolks’ pic.twitter.com/fVVdahAzgc
— Nuclear MAGA Poso ?? (@JackPosobiec) August 10, 2022
In one of his posts, the judge heaped praise on former lawmaker and civil rights activist Rep. John Lewis of Georgia, by quoting former Bill Clinton Labor Secretary Rober Reich: "Donald Trump doesn't have the moral stature to kiss John Lewis' feet."
The judge also further demonstrated his disdain for the 45th president by claiming he attempted to ignore the then-president-elects tweets.
“I’m sure the judge took this matter very seriously”
The judge: pic.twitter.com/doWMt6NDU1
— Nuclear MAGA Poso ?? (@JackPosobiec) August 9, 2022
He also shared a viral video about white privilege from an account called ‘Woke Folks.'
Then there is Reinhart's "Jeffrey Epstein connection."
The Florida federal magistrate judge who signed off on a search warrant authorizing the FBI raid of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort donated to Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign — months after he left the local US Attorney’s office to rep employees of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein who had received immunity in the long-running sex-trafficking investigation of the financier.
Sources tell The Post that Judge Bruce Reinhart approved the warrant that enabled federal agents to converge on the palatial South Florida estate on Monday in what Trump called an “unannounced raid on my home.”
In November 2018, months after Reinhart was elevated to magistrate judge, the Miami Herald reported that he represented a number of Epstein's employees during his previous years spent in private practice, including -- by the judge's own admission to the paper -- Epstein’s pilots; his scheduler, Sarah Kellen; and Nadia Marcinkova, who Epstein once reportedly described as his “Yugoslavian sex slave.”
"Kellen and Marcinkova were among Epstein’s lieutenants who were granted immunity as part of a controversial 2007 deal with federal prosecutors that allowed the pervert to plead guilty to state charges rather than federal crimes. Epstein wound up serving just 13 months in county jail and was granted work release," The Post reported.
According to court documents cited by the Herald, Reinhart left the South Florida U.S. Attorney's Office effective New Year's Day 2008 and wound up working for Epstein's associates the next day.
"Ten months after starting work for Epstein’s co-conspirators, according to Federal Election Commission records, Reinhart gave $1,000 directly to the Obama campaign and another $1,000 to its fundraising arm, the Obama Victory Fund," The Post added.
"Though the records show the judge made mostly small-dollar donations to his law firm’s political action committee in subsequent years, Reinhart also donated $500 to Jeb Bush’s 2016 presidential campaign in November 2015," the outlet continued.
Reinhart’s central role in issuing Trump’s warrant was blasted by critics who saw obvious conflicts of interest.
“Not only did Reinhart make an ethically questionable move from prosecuting Epstein and his accomplices to representing them, but according to FEC records, Reinhart donated $1,000 to Barack Obama’s presidential campaign and another $1,000 to a pro-Obama PAC in 2008,” PJ Media’s Matt Margolis noted.
“So, aside from the blatant abuse of power by the Biden administration, an Epstein-linked Obama donor approved the warrant authorizing the raid on Trump’s home,” he added.