By: Brian Evans

Last week, the Democrats filed a lawsuit against Russia, WikiLeaks, and the Trump Campaign over alleged interference in the 2016 election. Most American’s thought that we were past this point, but the Democrats obviously needed a fundraising push, and this was what they came up with. Many were surprised that they chose to make such a bold move after Congressional investigators, and Mueller came up empty. In fact, they came up with no evidence of collusion or interference between the Trump campaign and Russia, despite millions of dollars and man-hours being expended on their search. Furthermore, now that the Democrats have filed a lawsuit against President Trump and his team, they have likely bitten off more than they bargained.

Friday on his radio broadcast, Mark Levin reacted to the news that the Democratic National Committee is suing Russia, Trump campaign officials, and WikiLeaks over alleged interference in the 2016 election. Levin said…

“The Democrat Party just made a massive mistake.”

You can listen to his comments below:

Therefore, by the DNC filing the lawsuit against the three, they have opened themselves up to something called discovery. HG.org Legal Resources states that Discovery in the legal world is…

Under the laws of the United States, civil discovery is broadly construed and parties to a civil action can ask for virtually any material which is reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence. This is a much broader standard than simply relevant evidence, because it contemplates the exploration of materials and testimony that may not be directly relevant itself, but that could lead to the discovery of other evidence that would be relevant

This means that the Trump campaign, as a result of the DNC suing them, can now request for inspection ANY MATERIAL that is related to their accusations in the lawsuit. Therefore, they can not only ask for testimony, but documents, computers, hard drives, and servers. After all, under the law, the Trump campaign can ‘request for production’ the servers that the DNC didn’t allow the FBI to inspect or verify who, and how those servers were hacked or breached. HG.org Legal Resources goes on to say that…

Arguably one of the most useful tools for discovery, requests for production allow one party to ask the other to provide documents or other tangible evidence, including electronically stored information. This is the process used to actually obtain most of the physical evidence that the parties will rely on when they move toward trial. Requests for production can also be directed to non-parties and obtained through a subpoena. In more complex cases, documents and things that are responsive to requests for production can be immense, filling entire warehouses, and this procedure can often become a very expensive element of many cases.

Therefore, the material evidence that the DNC has been hiding and protecting since the onslaught of unfounded accusations and investigations against President Trump, is now fair game for the Trump campaign to look into. In fact, the Trump campaign has the right to depositions as well. HG.org Legal Resources identifies depositions as…

the process of taking live testimony from witnesses and parties before trial. The witness or party is required to appear and testify under oath before a court reporter who records the entire proceeding. These proceedings are usually done in an attorney’s office with representatives of both or all of the parties in attendance. While the testimony and questioning are governed by the usual rules of evidence, with no judge present to rule on any objections, they are usually just recorded by the court reporter and dealt with later if the testimony is introduced at trial.

Therefore, by filing a lawsuit, the Democrats have opened themselves up to discovery, and what the DNC thought would be a good fundraising stunt for their midterm candidates, has now become a liability for the party as a whole.

On Friday, President Trump tweeted out…

Then, on Monday, the lawyer for one of President Trump’s former campaign allies put the Democratic National Committee on notice. They instructed the DNC to

‘preserve its databases, records and servers for inspection after filing its lawsuit against Russia, WikiLeaks and the Trump campaign last week.’

Ultimately, Trump campaign lawyers demanded that the DNC preserve all of its servers, databases, and electronic, as well as, written records. Robert Buschel, the attorney representing former Trump Campaign ally Roger Stone wrote to the DNC attorneys…

“We intend to test the basic underlying claims that “Russians” hacked, stole, and disseminated DNC data, rather than the various other plausible scenarios, including internal theft”

Interestingly, what the Department of Justice refused to do, what the FBI leadership has buried, and what the Mueller Special Council certainly will not do, the DNC’s lawsuit will now allow to be done. The DNC has inadvertently, and unintentionally opened itself up to an investigation, and examination that can show who hacked into, or stole the DNC data and emails. Theories have swirled around the media, but nobody has bothered to, or even allowed the inspection of the Democratic National Committee’s actual servers for evidence. What normally would be the first thing an investigator would do, has been denied, and blocked by every Progressive-Socialist left-wing hack in America. Now, as the DNC has inadvertently made one of the most un-calculated errors, it could finally reveal the truth, about possibly one of the biggest, most political, and criminal scandals in American history.

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