[UPDATED] Bill O’Reilly says Trump to be indicted by Special Council Jack Smith and his source is ‘extremely reliable’

Bill O’Reilly just reported in the last hour that Trump will be indicted by Special Council Jack Smith in the classified documents case.

He says Trump will be making a statement shortly about prosecutorial misconduct:

O’Reilly provided no information on how he knows this, so the assumption is that he got it from Trump himself.

It was reported today that Trump’s attorneys were at the Justice Department this morning, meeting with Jack Smith:

Attorneys representing former President Donald Trump — John Rowley, James Trusty and Lindsey Halligan — met with special counsel Jack Smith and federal prosecutors at the Justice Department at around 10 a.m. Monday, according to two people familiar with the matter.

The meeting took place weeks after Trump’s lawyers had requested a meeting with top federal law enforcement officials. The attorneys for the former president spent just under two hours inside the Main Justice building and declined to comment on their meeting as they left.

CBS News cameras captured Trump’s legal team walking into the Justice Department. The former president’s lawyers did not speak as they entered the building in Washington. A person familiar with the meeting between the three attorneys and the department said that Attorney General Merrick Garland did not attend.

This leads me to believe that what O’Reilly is suggesting may likely be true and that Trump will be indicted.

UPDATE: Obviously this claim by BillO isn’t looking so good right now. Sometimes we take a shot with something and we get burned. We’ll be less trusting of BillO in the future when it comes to stuff like this, assuming this doesn’t still pan out.

UPDATE 2: BillO clarified in a video he released that the indictment is coming this week, not necessarily today. And his anonymous source is ‘extremely reliable’:

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