Why Biden’s DOJ Really Indicted Trump

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(TheRedWire.com) – Former President Trump made use of the social media platform Truth Social as a means to share not just a video, but also a lengthy message regarding President Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland’s alleged intentional assignment of special counsel Jack Smith to oversee the investigations involving Trump. According to Trump, the timing of what he referred to as a “fake indictment” was not a mere coincidence. He further accused President Biden of exerting pressure on Jack Smith to file the indictment, suggesting that the motive behind it was to divert public attention from Biden’s own alleged misappropriation of a substantial sum of five million dollars.

Following his initial post, Trump went on to release additional campaign statements reaffirming his claims that the indictment constituted an act of “election interference,” asserting that this turn of events would ultimately lead to a significant victory for his campaign. In expressing gratitude, the statement from the Trump campaign specifically acknowledged the support received from “Hugh Hewitt,” making a reference to an op-ed authored by Hewitt and published in The Washington Post.

Within his op-ed, Hewitt criticized the timing of the indictment, drawing connections between its release and the upcoming 2024 presidential election. He called for a closer examination of Attorney General Garland’s potential conflicts of interest and suggested that Garland should be compelled to provide answers regarding the circumstances surrounding the charges. Hewitt highlighted the fact that the decision to initiate legal proceedings occurred precisely as the 2024 election season was beginning to gain momentum.

In a notable departure from his usual dismissive stance towards conspiracy theories and skepticism of the existence of a so-called “deep state,” Hewitt acknowledged that the sequence of events had deeply affected the perception of the FBI and DOJ among conservative Americans. He emphasized the challenge they would face in regaining trust and credibility, stating that these recent developments had significantly tarnished their reputation in the eyes of the conservative populace.

In summary, Trump’s utilization of Truth Social served as a platform for him to disseminate his views and allegations concerning President Biden, Attorney General Garland, and the indictment orchestrated by special counsel Jack Smith. These claims were further echoed and supported in campaign statements, with the Trump campaign expressing gratitude for the endorsement provided by Hugh Hewitt’s op-ed. Through his op-ed, Hewitt expressed concerns about the timing of the indictment and raised questions about potential conflicts of interest, ultimately acknowledging the impact these events had on the perception of the FBI and DOJ among conservative Americans.

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