Special Counsel Jack Smith is reportedly engaged in "highly irregular conduct" in his prosecution of former President Donald Trump, according to Republican Will Scharf, a candidate for attorney general in Missouri.
During an interview with Breitbart News Saturday host Matthew Boyle, Scharf explored Smith's conduct in all three indictments against Trump.
Scharf stated, "I think a fair court would deem that their rationale for breaching attorney-client privilege was insufficient. A lot of that could easily fall away. It’s also worth noting the Jack Smith team has been accused of serious misconduct, potentially criminal misconduct in their treatment of Walt Nauta’s lawyer Stanley Woodward."
Scharf further revealed, "He was extorted by Jack Smith’s team, by Jay Bratt, who’s the head of counterintelligence at DOJ. That they threatened his job prospects; that they made a number of highly inappropriate political comments during the meeting with them."
If these allegations are true, Smith's entire case against Trump has no standing, and both Smith and those involved need to be prosecuted for their conduct.
Of course, that seems unlikely considering that the Department of Justice as a whole is working to take Trump down.
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