May 4, 2024

Trump Slams Jack Smith Over 'Out of Order' Mar-a-Lago Documents

Former President Donald Trump just annihilated special counsel Jack Smith.

According to Trump, Smith “mishandled” classified documents that were seized from his home.

Trump’s accusation is a lot more credible than some may believe.

In fact, a federal prosecutor even confessed that “there are some boxes where the order of items within that box is not the same as in the associated scans.”

The former president took to his social media platform, Truth Social, to share his thoughts on Jack Smith and the seized documents.

“Now, Deranged Jack has admitted in a filing in front of Judge Cannon to what I have been saying happened since the Illegal RAID on my home, Mar-a-Lago, in Palm Beach, Florida – That he and his team committed blatant Evidence Tampering by mishandling the very Boxes they used as a pretext to bring this Fake Case. END THE ‘BOXES HOAXES.’” Trump wrote in his recent post.

Smith has tried countless times to take down Trump and has failed every single time.

The special counsel should throw in the towel while he still can.

When Trump calls Jack Smith “Deranged Jack,” the former president is right on the money.

When it comes to Smith, there is absolutely nothing he won’t do to try to take down the former president.

Remember his Twitter gambit?

Smith got a search warrant to reveal President Donald Trump’s private Twitter account information.

The bottom line?

Smith is completely unhinged, and his attempt to stop Donald Trump from regaining control of the White House has become a personal vendetta at this point.

Do you think Smith will succeed in stopping Trump?

Let us know in the comments below.

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