DOJ Finally ADMITS That Trump Was Correct That They Stole Documents That He Rightfully Possessed
After much deliberations, the FBI and Joe Biden finally released a heavily redacted affidavit that was used to justify the raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.
President Trump had hoped that the affidavit would show how he hadn’t been proven guilty of breaking laws governing presidential records and classified documents, but the DOJ didn’t want to unseal it because it could reveal tactics and identities of agents, etc – a federal judge ordered the Justice Department to unseal it.
We read how the FBI said that boxes of materials from Trump’s White House being stored at his home may contain top secret or classified documents. The FBI agent stated “this affidavit seeks authorization to search the “45 Office” and all storage rooms and any other rooms or locations where boxes or records may be stored within the PREMISES.”
The FBI assumption that Trump could be doing something wrong didn’t just start today. Before the 2016 election, the FBI spied on Trump because they felt he could be doing something wrong.
After the election, the FBI spied on Trump because they believed he had worked with the Russians and could be sharing classified information with Putin.
Now, after leaving office, the FBI still believes Trump could be in contact with Russia.
The FBI, in trying to confiscate Trump’s documents, took some that they shouldn’t have. And Trump called them out.
“The political Hacks and Thugs had no right under the Presidential Records Act to storm Mar-a-Lago and steal everything in sight, including Passports and privileged documents,” he posted on Truth Social.
And now the DOJ “has admitted that some of the documents they took from the former president’s home rightfully belong to him,” according to the Conservative Brief.
U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon, who is considering appointing a special master to review the documents taken from Trump’s private residence, ordered the Department of Justice to file “a more detailed Receipt for Property specifying all property seized” under seal and said that she wanted to know “the status of Defendant’s review of the seized property, including any filter review conducted by the privilege review team and any dissemination of materials beyond the privilege review team,” NBC News reported.