UPDATE: Judge Cannon unseals MORE unredacted documents — exposes THREATS from Smith’s office
04/28/2024 // News Editors // Views

Jack Smith, this Muppet prosecutor, is simply a deep state tool and Biden is pulling the strings.

(Article by Vince Quill republished from WLTReport.com)

The Special Prosecutor’s case continues to face hurdle after hurdle, and loss after loss, as the entire sham case drifts ever closer to a complete implosion.

Judge Aileen Cannon has been unsealing and revealing unredacted documents related to the case that conclusively show collusion between NARA and the Biden administration.

A new round of unsealed court documents from Judge Cannon corroborate earlier claims that Smith’s top prosecutor, Jay Bratt, allegedly coerced and extorted attorney Stanley Woodward.

Woodward is the attorney for former Trump aide and co-defendant Walt Nauta.

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Bratt reportedly told Woodward that if he did not get Nauta to flip on President Trump, his long-sought judicial nomination would be threatened. Investigative journalist and court reporter Julie Kelly reports:

“Judge Cannon is on an unsealing binge. Unsealed records detail allegations that Jay Bratt, Jack Smith’s lead prosecutor in classified docs case, threatened Stanley Woodward–atty for Walt Nauta–with sinking a judicial nomination if he didn’t get his client to flip on Trump.”

The New York Post previously reported:

James Trusty claimed prosecutor Jay Bratt had threatened to sink Nauta attorney Stanley Woodward’s application for a federal judgeship.

“He apparently, along with five other people in his presence from DOJ, extorted a very well-respected, very intelligent lawyer from Washington, DC, saying essentially, ‘If you want this judgeship that’s on Joe Biden’s desk, you have to flip your guy to cooperate against the President of the United States,’” Trusty charged.

Bratt said Woodward wasn’t a “Trump guy” and was going to do “the right thing” with respect to Nauta, a source familiar with the meeting told The Post Friday.

The documents revealed yet another inconsistency with Smith and the Department of Justice’s narrative about the classified documents probe.

Even left-wing outlets like Newsweek are pointing out that Smith’s case is going horribly:

On Monday, Smith filed a court document expressing his frustration at the slow pace of the classified documents case.

On April 11, Cannon sharply criticized Smith’s “sweeping request” to censor FBI interviews in Trump’s classified documents case.

Read more at: WLTReport.com

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