WH Visitor Logs Show Who Biden Staffers Quietly Met With Weeks Before Trump Indictment

(Liberty Bell) – The plot surrounding the various indictments of former President Donald Trump continues to thicken. A new report from Jon Levine of the New York Post has revealed that the White House counsel’s office had a meeting with a top aide to Special Counsel Jack Smith just a few weeks prior to his bringing charges against Trump for allegedly mishandling classified documents. Such a revelation adds credibility to concerns that there may have been some kind of coordinated legal effort designed to help take out President Joe Biden’s likely 2024 competition.

According to Levine, Jay Bratt, who officially became part of the special counsel’s team back in November 2022, not long after it was put together, took a meeting with Caroline Saba, who serves as the deputy chief of staff for the White House counsel’s office on March 31, 2023, visitor logs from the White House disclose. Around 10 a.m., the pair were joined in the meeting by Danielle Ray, who is an FBI agent working out of the field office in Washington.

Just nine weeks later, on June 8, 2023, Trump was indicted by Smith. Funny timing, wouldn’t you say? I think just about anyone can put the pieces together here and see that the former president has been targeted by the deep state working as a shadow government within our actual government, to remove him from the 2024 playing field, all in an attempt to avoid a rematch of 2020.

“Bratt, 63, also met with Saba at the White House in November 2021, when Trump was mired in negotiations with the National Archives, who were demanding the return of presidential records from his Mar-a-Lago estate before a formal investigation had not yet been opened. Saba, who is not an attorney, left the White House in May to attend law school,” Levine reported. “Bratt had a third meeting in the White House in September 2021, this time with Katherine Reily, an advisor to the White House chief of staff’s office. The logs offer no information about what was discussed at the meetings.”

The question on the minds of many legal experts and critics at the moment is why Bratt was involved in meetings with the counsel office at the White House while they were actively engaged in an investigation into the individual most likely to be Biden’s competition in the 2024 race for the Oval Office?

“There is no legitimate purpose for a line [DOJ] guy to be meeting with the White House except if it’s coordinated by the highest levels,” former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a one-time top federal prosecutor in the Southern District, and the man who helped hold the Big Apple together following the horrific 9/11 terrorist attacks, asserted.

When someone asked Giuliani if it was his belief that the White House and special counsel were colluding together in the legal prosecution of Trump, he replied, “You’re damn right I do.”

“What’s happening is they have trashed every ethical rule that exists and they have created a state police. It is a Biden state prosecutor and a Biden state police,” he added.

“The former mayor, who represented Trump during special counsel Robert Mueller’s 2018 probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election, was indicted last week in Fulton County, Georgia in connection with attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election,” Levine noted. “George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley said the March meeting was particularly troublesome and ‘raises obvious concerns about visits to the White House after [Bratt] began his work with the special counsel.'”

“There is no reason why the Justice Department should not be able to confirm whether this meeting was related to the ongoing investigation or concerns some other matter,” Turley explained.

A spokesman working for the special counsel, Peter Carr, remarked that Bratt was at the White House for what he called a “case-related interview,” but did not provide any further details or clarification. Unsurprisingly, the FBI refused to issue a comment.

The NY Post story then stated that a “person with knowledge of the 2023 visit” went on to insist that the meeting was “an interview of a career official who was also working at the White House during the Trump Administration.” The same person then shed some light on the visits from 2021, stating they were related to “national security” matters.

Bratt, who attended Harvard University, has been working at the Justice Department for a long time having served as the head honcho of the counterintelligence and export control section, located within the national security division, since October 2018.

In June 2022, Bratt was one of the individuals who visited Trump’s Florida estate to look through the storage facilities and property. He also had a personal interaction with the former president.

“Stanley Woodward, a lawyer for Trump’s valet, Walt Nauta — who has also been charged by the special counsel’s office — accused Bratt in June of trying to coerce his client’s cooperation by floating Woodward’s past application to be a judge,” Levine commented. “In a sealed filing obtained by The Guardian, Woodward alleged that Bratt floated his past judicial application to suggest it might be looked at more favorably if his client were to cooperate with the government against Trump.”

Anyone else getting vibes that there’s more to this than meets the eye?

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