Trump Makes Genius Legal Maneuver – Case Could Be Dismissed!

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Due to selective prosecution, the former president Donald Trump’s attorneys have submitted a move to dismiss Special Counsel Jack Smith’s case involving secret information. The just made public court document states that a number of public officials and politicians, including President Biden, former FBI Director James Comey, and Hilary Clinton, engaged in similar behavior that was never prosecuted.“

President Donald J. Trump respectfully submits that the indictment must be dismissed on the basis of the office’s selective prosecution,” Trump’s legal team wrote in a court filing obtained by veteran reporter Julie Kelly, who has extensively covered the case.

The report of Special Counsel Robert Hur, who was assigned to look into President Biden’s improper handling of secret materials, is cited in the paper after that. It was discovered that Biden had kept records in his garage in Delaware, a legal office in Boston, and a former Penn-Biden center office in Philadelphia. Hur noted that there hasn’t been any criminal charges brought against a past vice president or president, with “one exception,” since Biden hasn’t been charged with a crime for something Trump has been charged with multiple times.

“The exception is President Trump. The basis is his politics and status as President Biden’s chief political rival. Thus, this case reflects the type of selective and vindictive prosecution that cannot be tolerated,” the filing continued.

The document provides a lengthy list of other instances of public officials mishandling classified material without being charged with a crime. Additionally, it demands that Smith’s superseding indictment—which charges Trump with impeding NARA’s investigation—be dismissed.

“Finally, the unproven obstruction allegations by the Special Counsel’s Office cannot save this prosecution. Hillary Clinton and her colleagues deleted 31,830 emails and destroyed data on numerous electronic devices, including after a congressional preservation order,” Trump’s legal team wrote.

“Comey hid from the FBI that he had used a private scanner and his personal email account to transmit at least two classified documents to his personal attorneys,” the filing continued. It also notes that Sandy Berger, who served as President Clinton’s top national security aid, admitted to stealing classified documents before cutting them into small pieces with scissors.

“None of these individuals faced a charge under the Espionage Act or was prosecuted for obstruction.”

According to Julie Kelly’s previous prediction, Judge Cannon seems willing to dismiss the case due to selective prosecution.

“There is a chance she dismisses the case based on selective/vindictive prosecution—which she hinted at during a hearing last month. This could be her way of getting as much evidence into the public square to justify such a decision,” Kelly said in response to an avalanche of unsealed documents and court filings. “Part of me also thinks she wants this to go to trial to expose just how dirty the case is and force Jack Smith to own it.”

Presently, the Biden DOJ and radical left district attorneys in deep blue cities are accusing Trump of 91 felonies.




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