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Documents Related To Trump Twitter Search Warrant RELEASED To Public—Read Them Here

President Trump once famously said that it wasn’t really him the deep state was after; the deep state is after you and me—the former President was simply standing in their way.

The Department of Justice recently released some heavily redacted documents related to the search warrant Special Counsel Jack Smith exacted during his search of President Trump’s Twitter account.

Eight out of the 14 pages released by the Department of Justice are redacted, but I have provided much of what remains in the article below.

Jack Smith and the DOJ didn’t just go after President Trump’s Twitter and all digital records pertaining to his Twitter; they also went after pretty much everyone interacting with his Twitter account. That means you and me!

You could have done something as simple as liked his post—just following the man was also apparently grounds for further examination by the DOJ. Independent reporter Chuck Callesto had the scoop:

“Department of Justice TARGETED THOSE WHO SUPPORTED TRUMP on Twitter – Ordered Review of Trump’s Twitter Activity, Including Accounts That Liked, Followed, or Retweeted His Posts.

Justice Department lawyers have disclosed details linked to their search warrant targeting Donald Trump’s Twitter account.

These documents show that prosecutors amassed an extensive array of data concerning the ex-President’s online interactions, encompassing details of every account that liked, followed, or retweeted his posts.”

The New York Post broke the story:

The government also sought information on users who interacted with Trump leading up to the riot.

“All information from the ‘Connect’ or ‘Notifications’ tab for the account, including all lists of Twitter users who have favorited or retweeted tweets posted by the account, as well as all tweets that include the username associated with the account (i.e. “mentions” or “replies”),” the warrant states.

Attorney Eric Matheny likewise remarked: “If you liked or retweeted Trump’s tweets – the DOJ wants to know. Special Counsel Jack Smith’s search warrant for Trump’s Twitter account specifically seeks lists of Twitter users who engaged with Trump’s account. This government is out of control!”

Daily Caller reminded readers:

Twitter banned Trump from the platform in the wake of the January 6 Capitol riot and reinstated by new Twitter owner Elon Musk in November 2022.

Musk subsequently rebranded the platform by naming it X and replacing its bird logo. Trump returned to the platform in August after


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