PROSECUTORS REPORTEDLY MET WITH BIDEN ADMINISTRATION PRIOR TO THREE TRUMP INDICTMENTS
February 15, 2024
If there was indeed coordination involved, it would support Trump’s claim that these indictments are a form of election interference.
The timing of these indictments is also noteworthy.
Just after Trump announced his intention to run for re-election against Biden, he faced four separate indictments in different jurisdictions.
It is interesting to note that each indictment coincided with revelations about the business dealings of the Biden family.
Furthermore, it has been reported that in three out of these four cases, prosecutors met with members of the Biden administration prior to filing charges against Trump:
Alvin Bragg: New York – “Stormy Daniels” Case (state)
Jack Smith: Miami – “Documents” Case (federal)
Fani Willis: Fulton County, Georgia (state)
First Case: “Story Daniels”
The initial indictment took place on April 4, 2023. This was the same day that Kathy Chung, a former aide to Joe Biden, testified against him regarding his mishandling of classified documents. Her testimony contradicted Biden’s account of the events.
According to a court source, on March 17, 2023, Bragg requested a meeting with federal law enforcement prior to indicting Trump. A year earlier, Bragg’s office hired Matthew Colangelo, a former senior official at the Department of Justice (DOJ). Colangelo had previously focused on targeting Trump during his time at the DOJ and also criticized Trump in his role at the New York Attorney General’s office.
“Bragg has been very discredited by the indictment because the people that read it, even Democrats—they’re saying this is not an indictment,” Trump exclusively told Breitbart News after the indictment: