Town Hall: Biden DOJ’s Motion to Regain Access to Trump Docs Hits Iceberg in the First Sentence

Town Hall

The Biden Department of Justice isn’t giving up on its quest to restore access to the documents they seized after the ransacking of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home on August 8. They’re appealing to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to regain access to the Trump files. Judge Aileen Cannon, a Trump appointee, issued an injunction barring federal officials from further reviewing the documents until a special master had analyzed the records; the latter was a request from the Trump legal team. Cannon has since been attacked for her ruling, despite being confirmed with bipartisan support. The Justice Department is locked in on this ‘threat to national security’ narrative if they don’t continue their investigation. 

The crusade to ensnare Trump on the charge of mishandling classified documents is evidence of how the Justice Department is run by people who simply don’t know the law. Mike Davis, whose legal commentaries have often been featured here since the raid, noted the flawed legal logic in the first sentence of the government’s appeal.

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