Democrats have told us two things about the Trump indictments which prove they lie like dogs. They say the indictments are not political. And they say Biden and his administration have nothing to do with President Trump being brought up on garbage charges. If those statements are true, why did Jack Smith and an FBI agent meet with Caroline Seba, deputy chief of staff for the White House counsel’s office? The obvious answer is that neither one is true.
The charges are meant to keep Trump from s*#t stomping Joe Biden in the next presidential election. Therefore, they are very much political and since Seba is a high-ranking official of the WH Counsl’s office, it is very much with the involvement of this administration. Smith’s top aide, Jay Bratt, met with Caroline Seba, deputy chief of staff for the White House counsel’s office, on March 31. FBI Agent Danille Ray joined them for the meeting.
Trump was indicted on June 8 in the classified documents case that Smith was appointed to oversee as special counsel. Bratt’s involvement was discovered after a search of the visitor’s log. But, the question you must ask yourself is what legitimate reason would the White House Counsel’s office for a meeting with a representative of the Special Counsel, if it is not political and does not involve White House participation. Inquiring minds want to know. Of course, we all know the answer to that question. What good is being corrupt if you can’t turn it into a conspiracy? And Democrats believe they can manufacture enough votes for Biden to beat anyone but Trump.
Rudy Giuliani said, according to the New York Post:
“There is no legitimate purpose for a line [DOJ] guy to be meeting with the White House except if it’s coordinated by the highest levels.”
“What’s happening is they have trashed every ethical rule that exists and they have created a state police. It is a Biden state prosecutor and a Biden state police.”
Trump pleaded not guilty to 40 counts relating to his handling of classified documents that were seized during an FBI raid of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. Bratt reportedly visited the estate in June 2022, two months before the raid, and interacted with Trump. Bratt then pushed for a warrant for the unannounced raid on Trump’s property, according to The Washington Post. According to the report, Bratt’s temper flared during the meeting when he told FBI agents that they could no longer trust the former president or his lawyers.
Smith also indicted Trump on additional felony charges for his alleged role in seeking to overturn the 2020 presidential election, pointing to the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot as an “unprecedented assault on the seat of American democracy.” Smith was appointed special counsel in both the classified documents case and the 2020 election case by Attorney General Merrick Garland.
George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley told the New York Post that the meeting between Bratt, the White House, and the FBI “raises obvious concerns about visits to the White House after [Bratt] began his work with the special counsel.”