Biden’s DOJ Frustrated Trump Keeps Defending Himself

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( – The lead prosecutor handling the investigation into allegations of election interference has voiced his frustration over what he perceives as Donald Trump’s attempts to derail the case with baseless theories and accusations. In a recent legal document presented to a court in Washington D.C., the prosecutor, Jack Smith, countered Trump’s request to have the case dismissed, offering a detailed 80-page response.

Smith criticized Trump’s actions, pointing out his commendation of the January 6 Capitol rioters, who disrupted the confirmation of the 2020 presidential election results, as an endorsement of their deeds. Smith highlighted Trump’s accolade for a choir consisting of individuals charged with crimes from that day, emphasizing the former president’s continued support for those involved, despite the violence that took place.

In addition to denouncing Trump’s glorification of the rioters, Smith dismissed the notion that Trump’s discourse surrounding the 2020 election was protected by the First Amendment, arguing that such speech used in the context of alleged conspiracy and obstruction does not qualify for constitutional protection.

Trump’s legal team had filed a motion alleging that the prosecution was acting with vindictiveness and bias, attempting to punish Trump for his political speech and aspirations. However, Smith maintained that the charges levied against Trump, which include conspiracy to defraud the United States and impede the electoral process, are grounded in solid evidence and not motivated by political animosity.

The prosecutor asserted that the case upholds the principle of impartial justice and that Trump’s claims of unfair prosecution lack substance and are unsupported by evidence. Smith also accused Trump of using procedural tactics to postpone the trial.

The court’s decision on Trump’s motion is pending, with the trial scheduled to commence in March. Trump has maintained his innocence, pleading not guilty to all the charges. The ongoing legal battle underscores the tension between Trump’s defense’s claims of free speech and the prosecution’s efforts to demonstrate that Trump’s actions went beyond the scope of protected political expression.

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