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Filing Reveals DOJ May Be Part of Scandal of ‘Missing’ Secret Service Texts

Jack Smith, in his Monday night filing, objected to President Trump’s demands for evidence from the Department of Homeland Security and January 6 Committee.

According to Julie Kelly, there appears to be a scandal involving missing Secret Service texts between two dozen officials and agents, including the director and Robert Engel – the agent Trump allegedly attacked on January 6th according to Cassidy Hutchinson – that were deleted at the end of January 2021.

The USSS claimed that this purge was caused by a pre-planned reset of devices, which happened after House Democrats notified the executive branch to preserve records related to January 6th.

The J6 committee then subpoenaed these texts only to discover they were not recoverable. Additionally, Biden’s DHS has refused to give House GOP numerous transcribed interviews with Secret Service officials – including reportedly one with Engel. This raises serious questions as to what is being hidden by the Secret Service.

The Department of Homeland Security’s watchdog launched a criminal investigation last year into the Secret Service’s purported erasure of text messages sent on January 6.

As reported by CNBC, notification of the inquiry was given to the Secret Service on Wednesday and it was ordered to cease its internal forensic analysis of the deleted texts.

The agency instructed the January 6 Committee that it had no additional texts related to the Capitol demonstration after providing papers and data. Concerning this recent criticism from DHS’ watchdog, the Secret Service issued a formal statement Thursday evening.

“We have informed the January 6th Select Committee of the Inspector General’s request and will conduct a thorough legal review to ensure we are fully cooperative with all oversight efforts and that they do not conflict with each other,” the Secret Service said, according to CNBC.

The watchdog alleged that the Secret Service had deleted text messages following a request from an inquiry panel investigating the agency’s actions on January 6.

In response, the Secret Service asserted that all of the required text messages were preserved.

“The insinuation that the Secret Service maliciously deleted text messages following a request is false,” Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.

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