History of Judge Who Signed off on Trump Raid Raises All Kinds of Red Flags

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While most of the allegations of corruption surrounding the FBI’s raid of Donald Trump’s estate in Florida have been pointed at the bureau itself, details about the judge who signed off on the warrant are raising eyebrows.

The warrant was rubber-stamped by Magistrate Judge named Bruce Reinhart. As Ron Coleman points out, that’s highly suspect given the profile of the situation.

Why did a low-level, unconfirmed, unappointed magistrate judge sign off on the most consequential FBI warrant in decades? If any warrant application demanded the eyes of a real judge, it would be one targeting the former President of the United States. Yet, this judge was happy to give the FBI what they wanted while the FBI was happy to accept.

That seems almost inconsequential, though, compared to what else we now know about Reinhart. Astonishingly, he quit his job as a prosecutor to go work for infamous sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s associates, and he helped secure immunity deals for many of the low-life enablers who surrounded Epstein.

How do all these government officials continue to end up in Jeffrey Epstein’s orbit? I could speculate, but I’ll leave that question open-ended. Still, it seems like an awful conflict of interest for a former U.S. Attorney to immediately go defend people who are being targeted by the government. What did he know from his time with the DOJ that helped him secure those sweetheart deals? Lastly, it appears that Reinhart is no fan of Donald Trump. He was a donor to Barack Obama, according to The National Pulse.

To recap, we have an Obama-loving magistrate judge who signed off on a major warrant targeting a president without a second thought and who also defended Jeffrey Epstein’s associates. That’s a lot of red flags, and this entire thing stinks to high heaven.