Trump Hate Shatters Team Biden, Major Departure Announced

On Nov 18, 2022, just three days after Donald Trump announced his bid for president in 2024, AG Merrick Garland brought in special counsel Jack Smith, White House lawyers met with Nathan Wade for eight hours, and President Joe Biden’s third-highest ranking Department of Justice official resigned to join the Manhattan office investigating the business.

The timeline, which now reveals the actions of WH officials on that one day, undermines the denials made by the Biden White House about their involvement in the legal action against the former president, revitalizing and accelerating cases against Trump in NY, Washington, Florida, and Atlanta.

Breitbart News first revealed the significance of that historic day, and new information confirms Trump and his supporters’ claims that the White House, in collusion with weaponized federal personnel, has politically targeted the former president.

As chairman of the Conservative Action Project and chairman of the Center for Election Integrity at the America First Policy Institute, former U.S. Ambassador Ken Blackwell stated, “This is a very serious issue, not only for legal scholars, but it’s equally important that everyday people understand the threat to them.” “If the Left succeeds in this, it will genuinely transform our government system permanently.”

The most significant development of November 18 may have been Michael Colangelo’s unconventional choice to leave his prominent position as Acting Associate AG—one of the highest-ranking law enforcement officials in the nation—in favor of working as an assistant prosecutor in Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office following the successful conviction of Trump in May.

A growing number of people are paying more attention to Colangelo’s self-inflicted professional kneecapping after Bragg found Trump guilty of 34 felonies, an outcome that was deemed improbable prior to Colangelo’s departure from the DOJ. The decision has drawn criticism from a wide range of political backgrounds.

When the former DOJ attorney arrived in Manhattan on Dec. 5, 2022, he was instrumental in reviving Bragg’s dormant investigations into Trump. Colangelo again brought attention to Trump, causing Bragg’s office to file charges in April 2023.

As per the New York Times, Bragg had “campaigned as the best choice to go against the former president.” However, shortly after assuming office, he discreetly started to reduce the scope of his investigations of the former president, allegedly due to his inability to identify a valid offense.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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