Obama donor Bruce Reinhart, a federal judge in Florida, signed off on a search warrant for the FBI to raid President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home Monday evening. The raid comes as the disreputable House’s select committee investigates Trump’s role in the events surrounding January 6, attempting to uncover some evidence that can be skewed to pin the events on Trump.
Judge Reinhart has a shady history. He left his position as an assistant in the local US Attorney’s office in 2008 and went to work the next day representing convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein employees. His position inside the US Attorney’s office gave Reinhart inside information on the allegations associated with Epstein.
It's perfectly unsuspicious that the lawyer who defended Jeffrey Epstein is the judge who signed the sealed warrant for the FBI raid on Trump's home. pic.twitter.com/7cEa2AMyAW
— U.S. Ministry of Truth (@USMiniTru) August 9, 2022
Judge Reinhart’s close association with the underbelly of the Democrat party is coming into the light, as reports of Reinhart’s past and his political donations leak out.
Bruce Reinhart is the judge’s name… pic.twitter.com/06VZdEfEed
— Ben Owen 🇺🇸🦅 (@hrkbenowen) August 9, 2022
Reinhart was accused of leveraging “inside information about Epstein’s investigation to curry favor with Epstein,” in 2011, he was named as a prosecutor who allegedly violated the rights of an underage girl whom Epstein solicited sex from in the Crime Victims’ Rights Act lawsuit according the the National Pulse.
“On Oct 23, 2007, as federal prosecutors in South Florida were in the midst of tense negotiations to finalize a plea deal with accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, a senior prosecutor in their office was quietly laying out plans to leave the U.S. attorney’s office after 11 years. “On that date, as emails were flying between Epstein’s lawyers and federal prosecutors, Bruce E. Reinhart, now a federal magistrate, opened a limited liability company in Florida that established what would become his new criminal defense practice.” Miami Herald reported.Advertisement
Bruce E. Reinhart, the judge who signed the Mar-A-Lago search warrant, was one of Jeffrey Epstein's defense attorneys. Coincidence? https://t.co/sV39SRzIJL
— Scottie Kiltman (@KiltmanScottie) August 9, 2022
Reinhart attempted to put distance between himself and these claims by saying he never represented Epstein himself, only his employees, which included his pilots, scheduler, and women who allegedly were Epstein’s sex slaves.