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BREAKING: Jack Smith Hit With NEW Congressional Ethics Complaint

Special Counsel Jack Smith is facing a new ethics complaint filed by Rep. Elise Stefanik on Tuesday morning.

Stefanik squarely accused Smith of interfering in the 2024 election and pointed to his insistence on filing court motions despite SCOTUS declining to fast-track the critical decision on Presidential immunity.

It seems like everything is crumbling for Jack Smith and the deep state’s plans to derail the Trump 2024 campaign through an orchestrated ‘classified documents’ case.

This month, Judge Aileen Cannon released a series of damning unredacted documents suggesting collusion between government bureaucracies such as NARA and GSA and the Biden administration.

The Supreme Court also increasingly appears as if it will issue a ruling in favor of President Trump’s lawyers and affirm that he has Presidential immunity.

Rep. Elise Stefanik issued this statement along with the latest ethics complaint to plague Jack Smith:

“I just filed an official ethics complaint against Jack Smith with the Department of Justice’s Office of Professional Responsibility for his illegal election interference.

It’s obvious to any reasonable observer that Jack Smith is trying to interfere with the 2024 election and stop the American people from electing Donald Trump.

At every turn, he has sought to accelerate his illegal prosecution of President Trump for the clear (if unstated) purpose of trying him before the November election.

The Justice Department’s own policies clearly prohibit Smith from doing so, and as a DOJ employee he is bound by those policies.

Moreover, when the district court imposed a stay on the proceedings, Smith and his office ignored it and continued to file discovery documents.

Smith’s conduct has brought disrepute to the Department of Justice and the entire federal government, and the DOJ’s Office of Professional Responsibility should impose the discipline that such conduct warrants.”

The Epoch Times noted this portion of Stefanik’s complaint:

Near the end of her letter, Ms. Stefanik said, “Jack Smith emphatically said that ‘no one in this country . . . is above the law.’

If that is true, then he should be open to, and welcome, an ethics investigation into conduct that, on its face, implicates potential violations of DOJ policy and multiple rules of professional conduct.”

Below is Rep. Elise Stefanik’s full letter to the Office of Professional Responsibility informing them of her complaint against Jack Smith:

The New York Post explained:

Last December, Smith’s team pleaded with the Supreme Court to leapfrog over the appeals courts and fast-track consideration of Trump’s presidential immunity appeal.

At the time, Smith contended that the “public interest in a prompt resolution of this case favors an immediate, definitive decision by” the high court.


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