Ryan E.
November 27, 2022

Not Enough Evidence To Indict Trump

Former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker is obviously way closer to the heartbeat of American federal politics than you or I will ever be.

The reason he's allowed to talk the talk now on cable is because he spent years actually doing it. You know, walking the walk.

That's why America should listen to him as he gives his opinion on two investigations the federal government kicked off the moment Trump declared he was running for 2024.

"I don't have any reason to believe there's enough evidence to indict President Trump."

It would appear these latest two attempts are in a similar vein as the illegal raid on Trump's private residence at Mar-A-Lago: nothing but a political witch hunt.

Prosecutor Jack Smith doesn't agree with Whitaker. That's why Smith is leading two different Department of Justice investigations into Trump. One is in regards to Trump's role in the January 6 riots, and another is in regards to whether or not Trump retained sensitive documents at his Mar-A-Lago home.

Whitaker explained why the investigations are nonsense:

"If you're inciting a riot by saying go peacefully and patriotically to the Capitol, then, you know, we have turned the First Amendment upside down on its head, I don't see that part of the investigation being of much concern or consequence to President Trump."

Whitaker admitted that the "classified document investigation certainly, you know, appears to be a little more serious."

Still, it shouldn't present any permanent long-term trouble to Donald if Trump plays his cards right: "I would recommend if Trump asked me that he should take an active role in defending himself," Whitaker concluded. "The average citizen can't exert executive privilege, I think the president of the United States and, you know, certainly Donald Trump could, and I think that issue needs to be adjudicated. So I think there is a role for the special master."

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