(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) It’s become increasingly clear through documented history that the Justice Department appointed a partisan special counsel to investigate former President Donald Trump for allegedly keeping government property at Mar-a-Lago and for a supposed role in J6 protests.
Special Counsel Jack Smith, with his deep ties to powerful Democrats, has demonstrated his willingness to conduct partisan investigations on the Deep State’s behalf, and new revelations that showcase his and his family’s personal dislike for Trump continue to surface, Townhall reported.
Smith’s wife Katy Chevigny gave President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign $2,000, tying his family to the White House. Chevigny was also a producer for Michele Obama’s fawning documentary Becoming.
Smith’s sister-in-law Blue Chevigny, a psychotherapist in Manhattan, went on an unhinged NeverTrump rant after he won the 2016 presidential election. She wrote that all her patients “were motivated to resist” the Trump administration and “were enthusiastic about the prospect of fighting against Trump.”
“This week, I felt so scared myself, so utterly without hope, so depressed,” she wrote Nov. 19, 2016, comparing her feeling to the “dread” from “the attacks on 9/11.”
Chevigny announced herself to be a Trump resister immediately after he won the election, but Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed her brother-in-law to investigate Trump.
“And I’m supposed to get a fair shake from this person, who’s under tremendous pressure from his family, but he is actually worse than they are?,” Trump wrote. “Jack Smith is nothing less than a hit man for Obama, his Attorney General Eric Holder, and Andrew Weissmann.”
Trump labeled Smith’s investigation a “weaponization” of the Justice Department.
Smith was used by the Deep State in 2014 to crush Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell’s reputation and political career. He prosecuted McDonnell for corruption and convicted him, forcing the governor to resign. The Supreme Court overturned his conviction in a unanimous 8-0 decision, in which Chief Justice John Roberts wrote that Smith failed to prove McDonnell’s corruption.
Smith also participated in the Obama administration’s effort to target conservatives through the IRS.
Trump rejected the entire basis for Smith’s investigation.
“I did nothing wrong on January 6th, and nothing wrong with the Democrats’ fix on the Document Hoax, that is, unless the six previous Presidents did something wrong also,” Trump wrote. “When will you invade Bill and Hillary’s home in search of the 33,000 emails she deleted AFTER receiving a subpoena from the U.S. Congress?”