Special Counsel Jack Smith is overseeing the current investigation into and indictment of Donald Trump, who was arraigned Tuesday. But as USA Today reported, Smith “built [his] reputation” with his previous role overseeing the prosecution of former Rep. Rick Renzi (R-Ariz.). And according to Renzi himself in exclusive comments to PJ Media, there’s evidence tying Smith to illegal wiretaps, jury influencing, and other highly questionable behavior.
Merrick Garland appointed Jack Smith as Special Counsel to oversee Trump investigations, and Smith added David Harbach to his team. Harbach and Smith have also worked together on an apparently politically biased case before, that of former congressman Renzi.
Renzi was convicted on bribery and extortion charges, but pled “not guilty” and was later given a full presidential pardon by Donald Trump. Based on a 2019 complaint and request for investigation filed on Renzi’s behalf by respected legal firm Mayer Brown, evidence was found of prosecutorial misconduct from the DOJ and FBI including improper media leaks, illegal wiretaps, concealment of exculpatory evidence and impeachment evidence, destruction of evidence, and introduction of false testimony before and during Renzi’s trial.
Read my full piece at PJ Media for exclusive details on how Jack Smith tried to exclude pro-life individuals from Renzi’s jury!
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