Republican AG makes shocking demand of Biden administration that has Democrats scared

While the Radical Left has been doing everything they can to attack Trump, America has been fighting back. And now, things are not going so well for the Left.

And a Republican AG has made a shocking demand of the Biden administration that has Democrats scared.

In a shocking move highlighting concerns about potential political motivations behind the legal challenges facing former President Donald Trump, Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey has taken a significant step toward scrutinizing the involvement of the Biden Administration’s Justice Department.

On Thursday, Bailey filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request aimed at uncovering any communications that might suggest coordination between the Biden DOJ and the prosecutors who have brought charges against Trump.

This FOIA request specifically targets correspondence related to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, New York Attorney General Letitia James, Special Prosecutor Jack Smith, and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

These figures have been central in various legal actions against Trump, actions that many people argue reflect a broader strategy of politically motivated prosecution rather than a pursuit of justice based on evidence.

Andrew Bailey’s initiative stems from mounting evidence suggesting that these prosecutions could be part of a coordinated effort led by the Biden Administration to sideline Trump, particularly poignant given Trump’s active campaign for a return to the presidency in 2024.

Bailey articulated these concerns in a series of posts on X, stating, “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.”

One of the most striking examples Bailey cited is the transition of Matthew Colangelo, the third-highest-ranking member of the Department of Justice, to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office in December 2022.

This move is seen by many as a direct effort to bolster legal actions against Trump, leveraging federal experience and authority in a local prosecutorial role.

Bailey pointed out, “During his campaign, Bragg promised ‘if elected, [he] would go after Trump.’ Once elected, he pledged ‘to personally focus on the high-profile probe into former President Donald Trump’s business practices.'”

These statements, according to Bailey, suggest a preconceived plan to target Trump, irrespective of the underlying legal merits.

The Missouri Attorney General’s request includes a broad spectrum of documents: emails, calendar entries, meeting notes, and other communications that could shed light on the extent of coordination between the DOJ and the offices of the aforementioned prosecutors.

This information is crucial for assessing whether the legal actions against Trump are being driven by legitimate legal concerns or are a manifestation of political bias and targeting.

Bailey’s pursuit of this information is not merely a bureaucratic exercise; it speaks to the heart of American principles of justice and the need for transparency in actions taken by governmental authorities, especially when such actions have deep political and personal implications.

The timing of the charges against Trump, their nature, and the potential impact on his presidential campaign raise questions about the fairness and independence of the prosecutorial process.

The implications of Bailey’s FOIA request are profound.

Should evidence of undue coordination or political motivations behind the prosecutions come to light, it could significantly impact public trust in the impartiality of the Justice Department and the integrity of the legal processes at play.

Moreover, it could provide crucial ammunition for Trump’s defense, potentially influencing the outcomes of his legal battles and his political future.

As this situation unfolds, the responses to the FOIA request and any resulting disclosures will be closely watched by politicians, legal experts, and the general public.

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics for updates on this developing story and more.

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