Supreme Court Opens Door for Jack Smith’s Removal – EVOL

The United States Supreme Court has set in motion a process that may lead to the removal of Special Counsel Jack Smith.

The Supreme Court’s immunity ruling has dealt a devastating blow to Smith.

The decision has halted Smith in his furious push to prosecute President Donald Trump.

While the court’s ruling is likely to delay Smith’s January 6 trial past the 2024 election, the SCOTUS also entertained arguments that the special counsel wasn’t appointed legally in the first place.

In a sharp concurring opinion, Justice Clarence Thomas questioned whether Smith, a private citizen, even has the legal authority to prosecute a U.S. president.

The issue of Smith’s appointment has already come before Judge Aileen Cannon, who is overseeing Trump’s classified documents case.

Legal analysts expect Thomas’s opinion to have an impact.

Former federal prosecutor Joseph Moreno told the Daily Caller:

“This issue is already before Judge Cannon in Smith’s classified documents case against Trump, but Justice Thomas’ decision makes it all the more likely this issue will soon be front and center and possibly before the full Supreme Court.”

In his concurrence, Thomas wrote that Attorney General Merrick Garland “purported to appoint a private citizen as Special Counsel to



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