Wow. I’ve heard the expression “crawling up someone’s butt” before, but checking out someone’s… taint?
Well folks, get your mind out of the gutter because this isn’t that kind of taint. As reported by Fox News, the Department of Justice has created a task force to examine the evidence seized in the raid on former President Trump’s home to ensure that none of it is tainted by attorney-client privilege.
Apparently, this kind of thing is normal in investigations like this one. But there seems to be little “normal” about this whole situation. While Trump presses for the release of the affidavit used to justify the FBI raid on his home and requests a special master to assess the seized material, the Justice Department has balked at doing either. With the mid-term elections looming and a 2024 presidential election that seems up for grabs at this point, it will be interesting to see what the evidence shows… “tainted” or not.
Scott Faith is a veteran of a half-dozen combat deployments and has served in several different Special Operations units over the course of his Army career. Scott’s writing focuses largely on veterans’ issues, but he is also a big proponent of Constitutional rights and has a deep interest in politics. He often allows other veterans who request anonymity to publish their work under his byline. Scott welcomes story ideas and feedback on his articles and can be reached at email@example.com.