This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
The war machine that the Biden administration has dispatched to isolate and destroy President Trump, prosecutor Jack Smith, is going down in history – as a bobblehead.
The announcement comes from the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum in Wisconsin.
"The limited edition bobblehead features Jack Smith, the special counsel appointed to oversee the United States Department of Justice’s investigation into former President Donald Trump. We have started to receive more requests for a bobblehead of Smith and are making the bobblehead available for pre-order today," the museum announced.
"We have been receiving a growing number of requests to produce a bobblehead of Jack Smith," museum CEO Phil Sklar explained. "The special counsel’s investigations are unprecedented and a bobblehead is one fun and unique way for people to commemorate these unique historic events."
"Standing on a circular base bearing his name, the Jack Smith bobblehead features the special counsel. Each bobblehead will be individually numbered, and they are only available through the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum’s Online Store. The bobbleheads, which are expected to ship in November, are $30 each plus a flat-rate shipping charge of $8 per order," the organization announced.
Smith, 54, was named by Joe Biden's attorney general, Merrick Garland, to run the Department of Justice's campaign against Trump.
Earning a reputation for winning tough cases against war criminals, mobsters, and crooked cops, Smith is responsible for overseeing two preexisting DOJ criminal investigations involving Trump: one regarding Trump’s role in the U.S. Capitol attack on January 6th, and the other into alleged mishandling of government records, including classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago estate, the announcement said.
The second resulted in a 37-count indictment of Trump on June 8th, 2023. It marked the first time in American history that a former president had been indicted on federal criminal charges. In response, Trump called Smith a "deranged lunatic" and a "raging and uncontrolled Trump hater."
In fact, both Joe Biden and Mike Pence also were found to have classified government documents in their possession – Biden's stashed in a stack of boxes in an unsecured garage. But the DOJ has failed to bring cases against either, who incidentally did not have the authority to declassify documents that Trump, as president, held.
Previously, Smith worked in The Hague, Netherlands, where he looked at war crimes in Kosovo. Before that, he was in several roles in the DOJ, including assistant attorney in New York and Tennessee.
Trump also has said he's gotten a letter from Smith, giving him just four days to report to a grand jury regarding the riot events of Jan. 6, 2021, at the U.S. Capitol.
That will put America in the same class of republic as those controlled by "tinpot dictatorships," he said.
"Put bluntly, if Biden’s DOJ arrests Trump, the president’s main political rival heading into the 2024 election, it will trigger a political and electoral crisis unlike any America has ever faced. It's not too much to say that such a move would not only imperil the upcoming presidential election but the republic itself. Jailing political rivals is what happens in tinpot dictatorships like Nicaragua, where President Daniel Ortega’s political rivals often find themselves arrested and imprisoned on charges of treason," he charged.
The newest Democrat strategy to get Trump – he defeated earlier multiple failed impeach-and-remove campaigns in Congress -- is over that riot.
Nancy Pelosi, when she used to be House speaker, already had orchestrated a special partisan committee to try to blame Trump for those events, and she stage-managed a failed impeach-and-remove scheme against him. Her agenda failed because Trump was acquitted in the U.S. Senate of charges relating to Jan. 6.
Smith's earlier case against Trump accuses him of multiple counts of having records from his presidency, including classified papers, in his home.
Davidson warned that the Biden DOJ's plan to "indict and arrest" Trump again "should terrify all Americans."
He explained, "Trump and others have rightly denounced this as the weaponization of federal law enforcement and the criminalization of political differences. It's also just a naked attempt to rig the 2024 election in Biden’s favor. As Tucker Carlson has said, 'They're trying to take Trump out before you can vote for him, and that should upset you more than anything that’s happened in American politics in your lifetime.'"
Davidson explained, "If this scheme works, if Biden’s DOJ succeeds in taking Trump out ahead of 2024 on bogus charges related to Jan. 6, it’s hard to see how we can ever have a normal election again in this country, how the outcome of any future election will be seen as legitimate."
He added, "If Biden’s DOJ throws Trump in prison, Ortega-style, for a crime the U.S. Senate already acquitted him of, there’ll be a whole new constituency of voters who will claim, rightly, that 2024 has been preemptively stolen."
And it easily could backfire again, as previous attacks on Trump by leftists in the DOJ and elsewhere in the Deep State have proven to increase his support.
"Between the Russia-collusion hoax, two bogus impeachments, and a litany of outrageous indictments, Trump’s enemies in Washington are earning him sympathy from ordinary American people, who can recognize injustice and abuse of power when they see it," Davidson explained. "They can also recognize what by now is obvious. There are two standards of justice in America: one for establishment insiders like Biden and his corrupt family, and one for outsider politicians like Trump that dissent from the permanent regime in Washington and try to disrupt it."
He warned the strategy to take Trump out "by arresting and indicting," the "weaponization of federal enforcement," will delegitimize the 2024 election, which is a "huge problem" for Americans.
As for Trump, he's called the DOJ scheming the biggest election interference the nation has ever seen.