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Chilling Data That Jack Smith Collected On Americans Who Support Trump

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The Justice Department obtained a search warrant to access Twitter users who liked, retweeted, or mentioned Donald Trump as part of an investigation into Trump’s actions leading up to the Capitol incursion of Jan. 6, 2021.

The documents were released as a result of a lawsuit brought by media organizations.

Twitter initially refused to hand over the data but was fined for contempt of court. (Trending: Chilling Surveillance Program Under Biden Exposed)

“For what appears to be the first time in its history, Twitter Inc. (‘Twitter’) has filed a motion to vacate or modify an order that it not disclose the existence of a search warrant,” Smith said.

“There is reason to believe notification to the former president, a sophisticated actor with an expansive platform, would result in a statutorily cognizable harm.”

“The [Non-disclosure Order] was granted based on facts showing that notifying the former president would result in destruction of or tampering with evidence, intimidation of potential witnesses, or other serious jeopardy to an investigation or delaying of trial,” the special counsel wrote.

Special Counsel Jack Smith filed an indictment against Trump related to the Capitol incursion and alleged 2020 election interference.

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