Background information that is once again suppressed by the celebrating public service media: apparently some high-ranking Democrats are trying to prevent Donald Trump from running again in the presidential elections. The judge who issued the search warrant for the Mar-a-Lago property in Florida is involved in several major Deep State scandals.
The judiciary in the United States is considered politicized. Former US President Donald Trump can now (once again) experience this for himself. Because the judicial approval for the house search in Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s estate in South Florida, came from a judge who not only donated money for Barack Obama’s election campaign, but also interesting connections to the pedophile and human trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, who has since died under dubious circumstances entertained. This reports, among other things Becker News.
Judge Bruce Reinhardt approved the search warrant for the South Florida property, the reports New York Post citing sources. Reinhardt practiced private law for 10 years before becoming a judge in 2018, according to his background at Bloomberg. He previously served as Assistant US Attorney for the Southern District of Florida. Reinhardt’s ties to Epstein’s associates were first reported by the Miami Herald after he was appointed judge in 2018. He reportedly told the newspaper that among those he represented were Epstein’s pilots, his dispatcher Sarah Kellen and a woman named Nadia Marcinkova.
As the Miami Herald reported on November 28, 2018: “Epstein also hired Bruce Reinhart, then an Assistant US Attorney in South Florida, now a US judge.” Court records show that Reinhart left the US Attorney’s office on January 1, 2008, and began representing Epstein’s associates on January 2, 2008. “In 2011, Reinhart was named in the Crime Victims’ Rights Act lawsuit alleging he violated Justice Department guidelines by switching sides, implying that he had exploited inside information about Epstein’s investigation to endear himself to Epstein”the report continues.
sea Fox News Michael Tabman, the former head of the FBI’s Minneapolis field office, said that an FBI search of the home of a former president who also announced his intention to run again was “unprecedented.” “We’ve never investigated a president after he’s finished his term,” Tabman said. “But it’s a big move by the FBI as political sensitivities are clear.”
This also makes it clear what this is about: preventing Donald Trump from a second term in office. After all, he has a real chance of being re-elected in 2024, which the Democrats (and parts of the Republicans) want to prevent if possible.