Attorneys Accuse Jack Smith of ‘Extensive Communications’ With Biden White House

Special Counsel Jack Smith
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Attorneys Accuse Jack Smith of ‘Extensive Communications’ With Biden White House

President Donald Trump’s attorneys dropped a bombshell revelation that Special Counsel Jack Smith is in regular contact with the Justice Department, the National Archives and Records Administration, and the Biden White House.

According to investigative reporter Julie Kelly, Trump’s attorneys relayed this information to United States District Judge Aileen Cannon on November 1 during a hearing about Trump’s mishandling of classified documents at his home in Mar-a-Lago. This revelation could potentially help Trump as it appears Smith is helping Biden attack a political rival rather than enforcing the Presidential Records Act.

Biased prosecutor: Special prosecutors do not normally discuss cases involving former presidents with the current president. Yet Jack Smith is not just any special prosecutor. Before he worked for Joe Biden’s Justice Department, he worked for Barack Obama’s Justice Department investigating and prosecuting federal crimes affecting government integrity.

He has strong democratic sympathies and is a staunch Obama supporter. His wife, Katy Chevigny, donated to both the Obama and the Biden campaigns. She also worked as a producer on Becoming, a documentary about the life, hopes and personal aspirations of Michelle Obama.

Prophecy says: In his book America Under Attack, Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry explains that Donald Trump was the winner of the 2020 election. He further said the Bible prophesies Trump’s return to power, yet notes that Trump will have to fight for it.

His forecast is based on a prophecy in 2 Kings 14:26-28, which says an end-time Jeroboam will have to war to recover something stolen. The investigations into Trump show the ferocity of this war, and more information is coming out showing the biased nature of the investigations.

Learn more: Read “Barack Obama’s Third Term—and Fourth.”