As Trump begins to dominate Biden in a growing number of polls, the current president has obviously authorized a new 'legal' move against him.
On Tuesday, as part of the ongoing investigation into the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol Building, federal investigators seized the phones of certain Trump advisers. According to The New York Times, the phones of Boris Epshteyn, who is described as "an in-house counsel coordinating Mr. Trump's legal efforts," and campaign strategist Mike Roman, the director of Election Day operations for Trump's 2020 campaign, were among those seized.
In addition, the phones of John Eastman and Jeffrey Clark were also seized, the latter in connection with an investigation into fake 2020 electors, other reports noted.
The latest Biden Gestapo action came after Trump revealed earlier he was in receipt of a letter sent by special counsel Jack Smith informing him that he’s “a target of the January 6th grand jury investigation, and giving me a very short 4 days to report to the Grand Jury, which almost always means an Arrest and Indictment.”
“So now, Joe Biden’s Attorney General, Merrick Garland, who I turned down for the United States Supreme Court (in retrospect, based on his corrupt and unethical actions, a very wise decision!), together with Joe Biden’s Department of Injustice, have effectively issued a third indictment and arrest of Joe Biden’s number one political opponent, who is largely dominating him in the race for the presidency,” Trump added.
After his arraignment in Miami last month, Trump faces the looming possibility of another indictment. The Biden Justice Department contends that he violated the Presidential Records Act by improperly retaining documents even after the conclusion of his presidency.
Additionally, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, who is backed by George Soros, has also indicted Trump. Bragg alleges that Trump was involved in felonious business practices when he made a hush money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election, Conservative Brief noted as well.
And Trump is confronting the possibility of an indictment connected to the 2020 election in Fulton County, Georgia. Recently, the Georgia Supreme Court turned down Trump's attempt to halt a criminal investigation into accusations that he sought to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in the state.
Trump's legal team made efforts to prevent Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis from participating in the investigation and attempted to halt the use of the Special Purpose Grand Jury's report in any future proceedings, both civil and criminal, according to the state high court's statement.
“And, with regard to Petitioner’s request to disqualify Willis from representing any party in any and all proceedings involving him, we note only that Petitioner has not presented in his original petition either the facts or the law necessary to mandate Willis’s disqualification by this Court at this time on this record,” the justices said. “For these additional reasons, Petitioner has not shown that this case presents one of those extremely rare circumstances in which this Court’s original jurisdiction should be invoked, and therefore, the petition is dismissed.”
“All the Justices concur,” the ruling ends.
“Trump’s lawyers filed separate petitions with the Fulton County Superior Court as well as the Georgia Supreme Court, asking them to intervene with the ongoing grand jury process. Willis, an elected Democrat, has indicated that final charging decisions could come as soon as next month,” according to CNN.