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Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Calls for Jack Smith to Be Indicted for Election Interference

Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Calls for Jack Smith to Be Indicted for Election Interference

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) has leveled accusations against Jack Smith, a popular figure in the Democratic Party, of trying to interfere with the 2024 election. Gaetz declares that Smith’s involvement in an anti-Trump claim belongs to a larger effort to weaken the Trump campaign and affect the outcome of the election. In action, Gaetz is requiring an investigation by the Inspector General into the actions of President Biden’s Department of Justice (DOJ).

Florida Representative Matt Gaetz, a Republican, is urging a probe by the inspector general into the Department of Justice under President Joe Biden, a Democrat.

Rep. Gaetz is charging the Department of Justice under President Biden’s administration with trying to influence the result of the upcoming election by pursuing a politically driven case versus President Trump, who is presently leading in the surveys for the 2024 presidential race.

Smith has been trying to rush along the process of his federal prosecutions against Trump to secure a trial before the November election. The District of Columbia is 90% black and the Headquarters of the most vile elements of the Deep State. Trump cannot get a fair jury. Any juror that voted for Trump’s acquittal would be crushed if not outright killed. There is no chance that any juror would dbe able to come to a fair decision. 

Although Smith has not directly spoken about the 2024 presidential election in November, it appears to observers from different viewpoints that the unique counsel is determined to have Trump face prosecution, conviction, and potential sentencing before the voters go to the polls. The Democrats would then close ou their campaign pointing to Trump as a convicted felon. They believe this is the only way that Trump can be stopped from reclaiming the White House in 2025. 

That would likely constitute election interference, and Gaetz, a staunch Trump ally, calling on the DOJ’s inspector general to investigate the blatant election interference.

According to The Hill, Gaetz maintains that the Inspector General should analyze whether Smith has contravened a Department of Justice policy that forbids prosecutorial steps that affect electoral outcomes.

Gaetz’s assertion aligns with Trump’s relentless claims that Smith and the DOJ, acting on behalf of Biden, are attempting to affect the upcoming election by preventing Trump’s possibility of winning and regaining the presidency.

Gaetz accused Attorney General Garland and Special Counsel Smith of unfairly targeting President Trump, stating that it is a prejudiced effort that the public is aware of. He made these remarks in a statement on Wednesday while likewise revealing the submission of a formal complaint against Smith to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz.

The Florida congressman mentioned that Special Counsel Smith’s attempts to speed up the trial involving President Trump go against the regulations of the Department of Justice and the legal system. The congressman also explained that the general public declarations made by Smith and the legal files sent by his office to the Supreme Court suggest that his inspirations for his actions are entirely to disrupt the 2024 presidential election unlawfully.

The Hill acknowledged that Smith has on several occasions advised rapidity by the courts– consisting of district courts, circuit courts, and the Supreme Court– in handling various pre-trial motions and appeals meaning to avoid any additional hold-ups in the trials he looks for to start against President Trump.

Certainly, the 2020 election-related prosecution of Trump was at first set up to start this week but has been forever postponed while the Supreme Court thinks about Trump’s claim of governmental immunity. Arguments before SCOTUS are scheduled for April with a possible decision to be handed down in June.

The personal files case is provisionally set to begin in May.

The case is expected to be held off for an unidentified amount of time because of its intricacy and numerous other factors.

In his letter to DOJ IG Horowitz, Gaetz notes that the “election season” is currently in full swing and asserted that Smith’s actions and words appeared to violate a DOJ guideline that forbids specific prosecutorial actions that may hinder an approaching governmental race.

That DOJ guideline, which applies to Smith the like any other federal district attorney, states:

“Law enforcement officers and prosecutors might never pick the timing of public statements (associated or not), investigative actions, criminal charges, or any other action in any matter or case for the purpose of affecting any election, or for the purpose of giving a benefit or disadvantage.”

“Such a purpose, or the appearance of such a purpose, is irregular with the Department’s objective and with the Principles of Federal Prosecution.”

As simply one example of the alleged offense, Gaetz indicated Smith’s recent quick filed with the Supreme Court that advised a “rapid” review of previous President Trump’s resistance claim and pointed out an excellent “public importance” of a speedy conclusion to the matter, albeit without straight explaining why such haste was needed.

“Were there a legitimate, non-election related purpose for this request, these attorneys, who have filed in appeals courts sometimes, would have listed such,” Gaetz wrote.

“Since charges have been filed and the offender himself is taking a legal position on timing and lodging various appeals, that validation can not, for instance, be the rights of the defendant under the Constitution or Speedy Trial Act.”

The congressman specified that Special Counsel Jack Smith believes it is crucial to perform a trial before the November 2024 election. Nevertheless, Smith can not honestly reveal this view because it breaks Departmental guidelines and laws.

Gaetz continued to note how even Trump-hating legal analysts had called out Smith’s obvious however unstated rush to prosecute Trump before November’s election as an evident violation of the DOJ’s election interference rule.

The congressman highlighted to IG Horowitz the significance of performing his legal duty to look into this and other suspected breaches of DOJ guidelines and policies.

Gaetz’s letter concludes:

The degree of an examination can be as limited as questioning the Special Counsel and establishing that they have a genuine factor for expediting their case against Donald Trump, and making sure that they did not purposefully set up a trial date to coincide with the election timeline.

“Or it might be larger.

“Please inform my office of any developments in this matter.”