Missouri AG’s demand puts Biden’s Department of Justice in hot seat over Trump


Missouri – Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey has called on the Biden Administration’s Department of Justice (DOJ) to hand over any records of their communications involving investigations or prosecutions related to former President Trump. Bailey seeks documents, calendar entries, meeting notes, and agendas, particularly those exchanged between the DOJ and the offices of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, New York Attorney General Letitia James, and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

“Thanks to evidence that has come to light, my office has reason to believe Biden’s corrupt Department of Justice is the headquarters of the illicit prosecutions against President Trump,” said Attorney General Bailey. “That’s why we’re demanding the DOJ turn over documents that we believe will expose these political prosecutions for what they are: a witch hunt.”

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey has called on the Biden Administration's DOJ to hand over any records of their communications
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“The investigations and subsequent prosecutions of former President Donald J. Trump appear to have been conducted in coordination with the United States Department of Justice. This is demonstrated only in part by the move of the third-highest-ranking member of the Department of Justice, Matthew Colangelo, to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office in order to prosecute former President Donald J. Trump in the so-called ‘hush money’ trial in December 2022,” Attorney General Bailey noted added.

Bailey claims that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, in coordination with New York Attorney General Letitia James, leveraged their experience in civil lawsuits against Trump to fuel Bragg’s campaign for his current office. During his campaign, Bragg vowed that, if elected, he would actively pursue Trump. After securing his position, he promised to zero in on high-profile investigations into Trump’s business dealings.

“Given the timing (Bragg charged Trump only after Trump declared his candidacy for President), the transparent weakness of the charges, and the effect the charges have in keeping Trump off the campaign trail, there is substantial reason to suspect the Biden administration has coordinated with Bragg and others to bring prosecutions against Trump,” he added.

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“In order to protect the rights of all Missouri voters who plan to participate in the 2024 presidential election, the State of Missouri has the right to know to what extent the prosecutions of a prominent presidential candidate are being coordinated by the federal government, which is currently run by President Trump’s principal political opponent,” General Bailey concluded.

The request for documents can be read here.

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