Judge Who Issued Mar-a-Lago Raid Warrant Was Terminated By Man Who’s Sentence Trump Commuted
The Gateway Pundit has been following all the details of the digression of the United States into Third World status. Earlier in the week, it was reported that the judge, Judge Bruce Reinhart, was employed as an assistant US Attorney in the very office that was prosecuting Jeffrey Epstein. He resigned that position only to join the defense counsel of Epstein’s accomplices. Epstein was given what was referred to as a non-prosecutorial “sweetheart plea deal” orchestrated by Alex Acosta. Acosta was later interviewed by the Trump transition team for the job of Labor Secretary. When asked about the Epstein deal, Acosta says he was told to back off and that Epstein “belonged to intelligence“.
Fast forward to just two months ago and the very same Judge Reinhart recused himself from the Trump v Clinton, et al. case. The statute he cites, 28 USC § 455, states he “shall disqualify himself in any proceeding in which his impartiality might reasonably be questioned” among other explanations.
As if those two circumstances weren’t enough, there’s more: in April of 2018, Bruce Reinhart was terminated as counsel for Philip Esformes, the notorious Medicare/Medicaid fraudster.
Philip Esformes was one of approximately 90 people that President Trump commuted or pardoned back in December 2020.
I guess it all could just be a coincidence.
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