Special Counsel Jack Smith is quietly ramping up his January 6 case against Trump in Washington DC.
Recent indictments handed down in Florida from a grand jury hearing evidence from Smith’s documents suggest that he is continuing his investigation into the events of that day and Trump’s efforts to challenge the 2020 election.
In addition, NBC News has reported that at least six Secret Service agents were subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury assembled by Smith in Washington D.C.
It is not known what information may have been provided or what proximity each agent had to Trump on January 6.
The revelation follows other accounts of those close to Trump being called upon by investigators, such as former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, who had previously testified before Congress about secondhand knowledge regarding Trump allegedly attempting to grab the steering wheel during a ride in “the beast” on January 6.
As it turns out, the whole thing was a lie and no such thing occurred.
Last week, CNN also reported that Jack Smith gave limited immunity to two dueling electors for their testimony before his DC grand jury – Nevada GOP Chairman Michael McDonald and Nevada GOP committee member Jim DeGraffenreid were seen walking into federal court several weeks ago when the grand jury was meeting.
There have also been reports that prosecutors are ‘playing hardball’ with certain witnesses, refusing them extensions or demanding testimony this month under threat of subpoena – an indication of just how seriously Smith and his team are taking their investigation and its outcome for President Trump himself.