On Monday, we reported that Attorney General Merrick Garland’s newly-appointed special counsel, Jack Smith, had quite a history of targeting conservative Republicans. Today, there’s even more to suggest a strongly partisan Democrat slant.

Smith’s wife, Katy Chevigny, gave thousands of dollars to Joe Biden’s campaign in 2020 and also was a producer on the Michelle Obama documentary, BECOMING (which, not surprisingly, received four Emmy nominations). Chevigny also contributed to the Friends of Rashida Tlaib committee in 2008.

That in itself doesn’t necessarily create a conflict for her husband, but taking everything we know into consideration, I’d say Mollie Hemingway got it right Monday evening when she told Laura Ingraham, “This is someone who, if you were trying to make it seem like this was above-board, you really could not have done a worse job...There’s no reason why anybody should have any modicum of trust in what they’re doing, and they don’t seem to care. They’re just flaunting it at this point.”

Stephen Miller agreed, saying, “We are witnessing the demise of the rule of law in this country.”

Last week, I mentioned how conveeeeeenient it was for the Democrats that only after the elections were over did the Washington Post inform us that the raid on President Trump’s home turned up nothing out of line in the documents in his possession nor any nefarious intent on his part. And I’ve already discussed how they kept the extent of John Fetterman’s mental health problems covered up until after much of the early vote was cast. Now, Matt Margolis at PJ Media offers four more “Oh, by the way…” narratives that boosted the Democrats and only after the ballots were safely cast are we learning the truth. Sounds like "disinformation" influencing "low information voters" to me...

Here’s one more he could’ve added to the list: In calling for amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants because the US population isn’t growing fast enough, Chuck Schumer basically confirmed the “great replacement” accusation that he previously denounced as a racist conspiracy theory.

To quote that great political commentator Johnny Rotten, “Ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated?”