In a surprising revelation, it has been discovered that Special Counsel Jack Smith either neglected to review evidence that could exonerate President Trump and Mayor Rudy Giuliani, or intentionally disregarded the findings altogether. According to Tim Parlatore, the attorney for former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, Smith’s office has been in possession of thousands of pages of records provided by Kerik, which contain crucial “exculpatory evidence.” The reason behind Smith’s failure to disclose this significant information remains unclear.
These documents were reportedly submitted to Smith on July 23. Kerik’s legal team argues that these materials, including sworn affidavits from individuals expressing concerns about the integrity of the 2020 presidential election, demonstrate a genuine attempt to investigate claims of voter fraud during the election.
However, Parlatore received unexpected news when the special counsel’s office requested documents from him that he had already handed over after Trump’s indictment. Parlatore expressed his astonishment, stating that the records in question are undeniably exculpatory.
Parlatore further highlighted the importance of these documents for Trump’s exoneration. He contends that they directly address the crucial element of whether Giuliani, and consequently Trump, were aware that their claims of election fraud were false. Parlatore emphasizes the distinction between genuinely believing in fraud claims, even if they turn out to be false, and deliberately disseminating false claims at the time of assertion.
In essence, Trump and Giuliani genuinely believed that the 2020 election had been stolen. This proposition effectively supports the argument that Trump is being prosecuted based on his opinions, rather than any malicious intent.
Additionally, there is other evidence attesting to Trump’s claims of election fraud. The Gateway Pundit has extensively reported on the irregularities observed during the 2020 Presidential election. Numerous instances of such irregularities can be found in their articles, which raise further doubts regarding the election’s integrity.
It is worth noting that Parlatore previously served as a lawyer for Trump in the Justice Department’s investigations into the 45th president. However, he left Trump’s legal team in May. When CBS News approached the special counsel’s office for comments on the matter, they refused to provide any details.
This revelation regarding the overlooked or deliberately disregarded evidence raises significant concerns about the objectiveness and thoroughness of the investigation conducted by Special Counsel Jack Smith. The failure to consider exculpatory evidence is a serious breach of due process, and it casts doubt on the integrity and fairness of the investigation into President Trump and Mayor Giuliani. The American public deserves to know the complete truth, and withholding crucial evidence only serves to undermine trust in the legal and justice system.
As this story unfolds, it is essential that Special Counsel Jack Smith and his office provide a clear explanation for their failure to review the submitted evidence. Transparency and accountability are paramount to restore public confidence in the integrity of the investigation and ensure that justice is served fairly.