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Allegations of Collusion: Missouri AG Questions Biden DOJ's Coordination with Trump Prosecutors

Allegations of Collusion: Missouri AG Questions Biden DOJ's Coordination with Trump Prosecutors

Allegations of Collusion: Missouri AG Questions Biden DOJ's Involvement with Trump Prosecutors

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey's FOIA Request

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request on Thursday. This is part of his investigation into whether the Biden Department of Justice (DOJ) has been coordinating with prosecutors pursuing cases against former President Donald Trump.

Investigations and Prosecutions of Trump

According to Bailey, the investigations and subsequent prosecutions of Trump seem to have been conducted in collaboration with the United States Department of Justice. Evidence of this, Bailey claims, is the transfer of the third-highest ranking member of the DOJ, Matthew Colangelo, to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office to prosecute Trump in December 2022.

Manhattan DA and NY Attorney General's Role

Further complicating matters, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has reportedly worked closely with NY Attorney General Letitia James to pursue civil litigation against Trump. This litigation was a significant part of Bragg's campaign strategy.

Timing and Nature of Charges Against Trump

The timing of the charges against Trump (which occurred only after he announced his presidential candidacy), the perceived weakness of these charges, and their effect on Trump's campaign activity have led Bailey to suspect that President Biden has been coordinating with Bragg and others to prosecute Trump.

Fox News Report on the Issue

As reported by Fox News, Bailey argues that despite the apparent weakness of the prosecution, Bragg's decision has nonetheless kept Trump off the campaign trail. This is something President Biden has openly boasted about. Bailey refers to an April 24 post from the official Biden-Harris campaign, which highlights how Trump's legal troubles have allowed Biden to maintain a robust schedule of campaign events.

Bailey's Search for Evidence

Bailey is now seeking all communications, including documents, calendar appointments, meeting minutes, and agendas related to Colangelo's move to work in Bragg's office. He is also seeking similar communications between Bragg and NY Attorney General Leticia James and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Final Thoughts

This article presents a fascinating look into the complex world of politics and law. The allegations made by Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey are serious and, if true, could have significant implications. However, it's crucial to remember that these are only allegations at this stage, and further investigation is needed. What are your thoughts on this matter? Please share this article with your friends and let us know your views. Don't forget to sign up for the Daily Briefing, which is delivered every day at 6 pm.

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