A federal judge ordered the Department of Justice to provide a copy of the search warrant authorizing the raid on former President Donald Trump’s home.
Federal Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart ordered the warrant, according to a report by the New York Post.
SCOOP: Donald Trump and his legal team will likely seek a court order to force the @FBI and @TheJusticeDept to turn over a physical copy of the search warrant, the affidavit, and a complete inventory of what was taken in the Mar-a-Lago raid. Story developing
— Charles Gasparino (@CGasparino) August 10, 2022
“Kellen and Marcinkova were among Epstein’s lieutenants who were granted immunity as part of a controversial 2007 deal with federal prosecutors that allowed the pervert to plead guilty to state charges rather than federal crimes,” the New York Post reported.
“Epstein wound up serving just 13 months in county jail and was granted work release,” it added.
— Alan L. Opie (@alancsherfly) August 10, 2022
The controversial background to the warrant and the raid could backfire on Democrats at the ballot box in the upcoming midterm elections.
Instead of hurting Trump, the move could lead to more American voters showing up on election day to support Republicans against the politicized attacks from the left.