And the one that gives President Trump the opportunity to bait the Cabal into unwittingly and publicly revealing proof of their own crimes. Watch this one closely. It will be THE historic sting that captures and leads to the conviction of America’s cretinous and treasonous enemies.

We have everything.
How can we use what we know?
How do you ‘legally’ inject/make public/use as evidence?
What are you witnessing unfold?
Trust the plan.

Question # 2. Did President Joe Biden have the constitutional authority to waive executive privilege over Trump documents sent to Congress or the Justice Department?

Over the last two decades, executive orders governing executive privilege waivers have fluctuated on this issue. Under George W. Bush, the final decision on executive privilege covering a former president’s papers was tipped toward the ex-executive and not the incumbent president. During the Obama-Biden years, the final say was tilted back toward an incumbent president as we covered in this recent story. That rollercoaster history means any legal challenge will likely look at the Constitution. Biden used the Obama-era guidance to authorize the National Archives to pierce Trump’s privilege and send evidence to the FBI this spring.

Several constitutional scholars believe the U.S. Supreme Court will side with the Bush rather than the Obama model.

“The idea that a sitting president can somehow waive the executive privilege of a previous president really wrecks the executive privilege, which is implicit in Article II of the Constitution,” says Alan Dershowitz, the famed Harvard law professor emeritus.

You can’t have a privilege, which then your political opponent can waive. What President would ever seek advice and confide in people around him, Cabinet members, White House counsel, White House chief of staff, if you knew that when you’re defeated for office, and you’re going to be running again, your opponent can just by saying I waive the privilege, get into every single conversation you ever had. I can’t believe that any constitutional scholar would agree with that.”


John Solomon (@jsolomonreports)

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