President Donald J. Trump spent a portion of last week highlighting the wife of special counsel Jack Smith Democrat activities and now is asking how he can get a fair shake when Smith is “under tremendous pressure from his family” after Paul Sperry reported on a blog allegedly written by Blue Chevigny, Smith’s sister-in-law.
“Can Republicans, and fair-minded people, generally, allow this to happen,” Trump asked. “Jack Smith is nothing less than a hit man for Obama, his Attorney General Eric Holder and Andrew Weissmann. Weaponization. Our country is in big trouble, a real mess!”
Blue Chevigny wrote a blog post on Nov. 19, 2016 called “Putting Our Heads Together After Election Day.” You can read it here.
She identified herself as a psychotherapist in New York City and wrote about a “real increase” in anxiety symptoms in many of her patients.
“I had witnessed, like many other therapists have written about, that Trump was triggered for people,” she wrote.
A few of her patients were actively involved in Hillary Clinton’s losing campaign.
“Not one is a Trump supporter,” she wrote.
When she met with two colleagues for a weekly meeting, the entire conversation was about the election results.
“This week we were reeling from the fresh news of Trump’s victory, processing what it means and defining our new reality,” she wrote.
She wrote she sees her patients on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
“The first three days after Donald Trump was elected President were filled with fifty-minute chunks of one-on-one time to talk with people, real people I know quite well,” she wrote. “This week, I felt so scared myself, so utterly without hope, so depressed, I really didn’t know how it was going to be to have to sit with those people and not betray my own strong feelings of defeat.”
Of Trump’s win, she wrote “outrage” seemed the only appropriate reaction.
“If they felt crazy, I was right there with them,” she said of her patients. “I had spent from 1 a.m. when I finally went to bed, until I woke up officially at 6 a.m., mostly awake, or dozing off, and then reawakening to the same feeling of dread I recalled after the attacks on 9/11.”
She wrote some patients were “crying, sobbing through their sessions” while others were in a “state of fear.”
“Overall, I felt how a therapist who specializes in grief recovery might feel, sitting with one person after another who had experienced a profound loss,” she wrote. “In this case, the loss seemed to be of our country, and life as we knew it.”
All of her patients, she wrote, told her they were motivated to “resist” the coming administration.
“More than one depressed patient who regularly struggled to find any energy to do anything seemed more enthusiastic about the prospect of fighting against Trump than they ever had about anything else,” she wrote.
Sperry also reported that Bell Chevigny, Smith’s late mother-in-law, was a George Soros Senior Justice Fellow at the Open Society Foundation. He reported Katy has made liberal documentaries backed and financed by Soros, according to federal tax records.
And, according to sources, in 2011 Smith personally asked Clinton-appointed federal judge Nicholas Garaufis to officiate his wedding to Chevigny.
“Yet Biden Attorney General Garland claims Smith is ‘impartial’ and will conduct an ‘independent’ investigation of Republican former President Trump,” Sperry wrote.
Trump previously shared screenshots showing Katy Chevigny, Smith’s wife, worked as a producer on a Michelle Obama documentary. She also tweeted “thank goodness” when Biden was declared the 2020 winner.