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Dirty Judge Tied to Epstein Signed Off on DOJ Plot to Get Witness to ‘Flip’ on Trump

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A newly released affidavit revealed that Judge Reinhart, who approved the Mar-a-Lago search warrant, authorized DOJ efforts to pressure witness Walt Nauta into cooperating against Trump in the classified documents case.

DOJ attorney Jay Bratt submitted warrants approved by Reinhart for highly invasive searches of Nauta’s devices, car, residence, email and online accounts.

Legal analysts said this amounted to an egregious pressure campaign to get Nauta to “flip” on Trump.

“In recently filed affidavit in classified docs case, a dirty cop from the corrupt Washington FBI field office asks Dem donor/Epstein defender Judge Bruce Reinhart to sign a warrant to get the cell phones of Walt Nauta, one of Trump’s personal aides,” court reporter Julie Kelly said.

“Why? For moving boxes and allegedly giving inconsistent statements to authorities about boxes,” she said, adding, “Reinhart of course also signed the Mar-a-Lago search warrant. Everywhere you turn in this case, it gets dirtier and dirtier.”

“HOLY [EXPLETIVE]: Reinhart also signed off on a warrant to search NAUTA’S CAR,” she said. “Like he’s a drug dealers or child trafficker. This was all about DOJ’s degenerate midget Jay Bratt attempting to torment Nauta into flipping on Trump.”

“And Nauta’s residence,” she continued. “FBI started targeting Nauta in May 2022. Bratt/DOJ wanted Nauta to flip and become a cooperating witness against Trump.”

“During a separate witness FBI interview, one FBI agent asked the witness about Nauta’s general state of mind and if he was seeing anyone at the time,” Kelly said.

“And Nauta’s email account. The House Judiciary Committee needs to get the name of the WFO agent responsible for this,” she said.

“And everything associated with his devices on Apple including messages, photos and his music library,” she said. “[Expletive] outrageous abuse of power.”

Reinhart is an Obama donor implicated in the Epstein case.

A second judge, DC Chief Judge Howell, also approved warrants sought by Bratt for all data from Nauta’s Google accounts and cellphone.

Critics argue these kinds of “dirty tactics” by prosecutors and their collaborators on the bench show the political nature of the investigations targeting Trump, violating due process rights through coercive intimidation of witnesses.

“Among Howell’s other abuses are signing a warrant sought by Jack Smith to get Trump’s Twitter data and an NDO preventing Twitter from notifying Trump as well as piercing attorney-client privilege to help Smith get all of Trump lawyer Evan Corcoran’s records,” Kelly said.

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