According to investigative writer Julie Kelly, once Trump is indicted, arrested, and arraigned on charges related to the January 6 Capitol riot, Special Counsel Jack Smith might convince a D.C. court to refuse Donald Trump’s release, to deny him bail.
But that didn’t happen.
Kelly wrote on Substack that Trump might soon be exposed to the same punishment as the January 6 defendants, who were detained in pretrial custody for months despite being charged with minor charges. There’s blatant hypocrisy in the DOJ refusing to handle Black Lives Matter and Antifa rioters similarly.
A report shows that a congressional impeachment probe and the exhaustive and biased January 6 Committee have looked into Trump’s conduct on January 6 and found no proof of any wrongdoing. Trump appealed for demonstrators to march patriotically and in peace to the Capitol.
Smith seems to be pulling new stunts, such as his “fake elector” theory.
Like John F. Kennedy’s 1960 campaign, the Trump team produced backup lists of electors in case recounts or legal challenges reversed the results of tight races in swing states. The office of the Special Counsel is likely seeing it as an ‘illegal’ plot to reverse the outcome of the 2020 elections.
On a recent episode of Fox News “Your World,” legal scholar and Fox News contributor Jonathan Turley cast doubt on the legitimacy of the indictment of Trump.
The allegations made by DOJ’s special counsel Jack Smith against Trump are extremely difficult to prove, according to Turley.
Trump hasn’t been charged with incitement. Turley said no uprising charges would be filed against him. Trump has not been accused of plotting a coup. The Democrat Party impeached him for reasons that are not entirely true. This is a flagrant violation of the Constitution on their part. The case is really hollow.