I didn't mind pointing out to you TDSers that getting excited over an indictment is foolhardy.
Waltine “Walt” Nauta, a Navy valet who worked in Trump’s White House and who continued to be a personal aide to Trump after he left office, is one of Trump’s co-defendants. Former DOJ Counterintelligence Chief Jay Bratt, who is currently a member of Special Counsel Jack Smith’s team of prosecutors, was named the target of accusations made by Nauta’s attorney, a renowned, highly esteemed Washington attorney named Stanley Woodward, a few weeks ago. According to news reports, Woodward claimed in a sealed letter to D.C. District Chief Judge James Boasberg that during a meeting to discuss Nauta’s case, Bratt said that if he couldn’t persuade Nauta to testify against Trump, it might affect Woodward’s application to be a D.C. Superior Court judge.
Bratt’s alleged misconduct could lead to harsh penalties and even be a reason to throw out the entire case against Nauta and Trump. Depending on the details of what was said, Bratt might even be charged with a crime.
Bratt’s actions and any other alleged misconduct by Jack Smith’s team should be the subject of an investigation by a special counsel if the Department of Justice is sincere about treating this case in an open and transparent manner.
This is still a country where the protections of the Bill of Rights should apply even to someone as despicable as Donald Trump.
So, we'll see.
But, there might have been some woke counting of prehatched chicken. Baha baha!