Special Counsel Jack Smith may issue an indictment against former President Trump as early as Tuesday afternoon in his investigation of the January 6th events in Washington, DC.
This follows reports from the House Oversight Committee that uncovered $17 million in bank records and witness testimony regarding potential bribery, corruption and influence-peddling schemes involving foreign regimes connected to the Biden family.
Furthermore, Smith’s reported leak to The New York Times last Wednesday night came right after President Trump released a statement about being targeted by the Department of Justice under Joe Biden’s direction for a Grand Jury Investigation with only four days’ notice.
It is likely that Smith will use the same Civil War Civil Rights Violation that Attorney General Merrick Garland and other DOJ officials have used to prosecute non-violent protesters over recent years.
This news comes at a time when there are growing concerns over possible pay-to-play crimes associated with Joe Biden and his family.
“If there’s going to be an indictment here in DC in the special counsel’s January 6 investigation, it could come as early as tomorrow, 1 pm Eastern time when the grand jury is here in the courthouse. The January 6 grand jury tends to meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays,” CBS reporter Scott MacFarlane reported.
“That’s the soonest it could happen but there is certainly no date on the calendar…there’s no indictment that is certain…” he said.
A potential indictment of former President Trump in the special counsel's Jan. 6 investigation could come as early as Tuesday of this week, CBS News @MacFarlaneNews reports. pic.twitter.com/9oFCmG6DDr
— CBS News (@CBSNews) July 24, 2023
Special Counsel Jack Smith recently indicted Trump on 37 federal counts in Miami.
Trump was charged with 31 counts of willful retention of national defense information and 6 other process crimes stemming from his conversations with his lawyer.