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This is why the MotherWEFfers are able to Jab and starve us to death.

Because we've become a nation of IDIOTS.
Lol he only knew the words to the chorus of the orange man bad song, and they asked him to sing the verse
 

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Judicial Watch FTW

forced the warrant to be released by Monday. I hope “warrant materials” includes affidavit

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That sounds like a confession more than a defense. Why is he running his mouth?

Are Trump's lawyers really that bad? Oh, never mind...

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Who would have access to an ex prez stuff? It would be hard even for a mole.

Viewed better and video at link.


Exclusive: An Informer Told the FBI What Docs Trump Was Hiding, and Where​

BY WILLIAM M. ARKIN ON 8/10/22 AT 10:03 AM EDT

The raid on Mar-a-Lago was based largely on information from an FBI confidential human source, one who was able to identify what classified documents former President Trump was still hiding and even the location of those documents, two senior government officials told Newsweek.
The officials, who have direct knowledge of the FBI's deliberations and were granted anonymity in order to discuss sensitive matters, said the raid of Donald Trump's Florida residence was deliberately timed to occur when the former president was away.

A confidential informer told the FBI what documents Donald Trump was hiding at Mar-a-Lago, and where. The former president at a rally on August 05, 2022 in Waukesha, Wisconsin.SCOTT OLSON/GETTY IMAGES
FBI decision-makers in Washington and Miami thought that denying the former president a photo opportunity or a platform from which to grandstand (or to attempt to thwart the raid) would lower the profile of the event, says one of the sources, a senior Justice Department official who is a 30-year veteran of the FBI.
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The effort to keep the raid low-key failed: instead, it prompted a furious response from GOP leaders and Trump supporters. "What a spectacular backfire," says the Justice official.
"I know that there is much speculation out there that this is political persecution, but it is really the best and the worst of the bureaucracy in action," the official says. "They wanted to punctuate the fact that this was a routine law enforcement action, stripped of any political overtones, and yet [they] got exactly the opposite."
Both senior government officials say the raid was scheduled with no political motive, the FBI solely intent on recovering highly classified documents that were illegally removed from the White House. Preparations to conduct such an operation began weeks ago, but in planning the date and time, the FBI Miami Field Office and Washington headquarters were focused on the former president's scheduled return to Florida from his residences in New York and New Jersey.
"They were seeking to avoid any media circus," says the second source, a senior intelligence official who was briefed on the investigation and the operation. "So even though everything made sense bureaucratically and the FBI feared that the documents might be destroyed, they also created the very firestorm they sought to avoid, in ignoring the fallout."
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A Florida For Trump flag outside Mar-a-Lago

A "Florida For Trump" flag being displayed outside Mar-a-Lago following the FBI search.EVA MARIE UZCATEGUI/GETTY
On Monday at about 10 a.m. EST, two dozen FBI agents and technicians showed up at Donald Trump's Florida home to execute a search warrant to obtain any government-owned documents that might be in the possession of Trump but are required to be delivered to the Archives under the provisions of the 1978 Presidential Records Act. (In response to the Hillary Clinton email scandal, Trump himself signed a law in 2018 that made it a felony to remove and retain classified documents.)
The act establishes that presidential records are the property of the U.S. government and not a president's private property. Put in place after Watergate to avoid the abuses of the Nixon administration, the law imposes strict penalties for failure to comply. "Whoever, having the custody of any such record, proceeding, map, book, document, paper, or other thing, willfully and unlawfully conceals, removes, mutilates, obliterates, falsifies, or destroys the same, shall be fined" $2,000, up to three years in prison or "shall forfeit his office and be disqualified from holding any office under the United States."

The act, and concerns about the illegal possession of classified "national defense information" are the bases for the search warrant, according to the two sources. The raid had nothing to do with the January 6 investigation or any other alleged wrongdoing by the former president.
The road to the raid began a year-and-a-half ago, when in the transition from the Trump administration to that of President Joe Biden, there were immediate questions raised by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) as to whether the presidential records turned over to the federal agency for historical preservation were complete or not.
In February, Archivist David Ferriero testified before Congress that his agency began talking with Trump's people right after they left office and that the Trump camp had already returned 15 boxes of documents to the Archives. Ferriero said that in those materials, the Archives discovered items "marked as classified national security information," unleashing further inquiries as to whether Trump continued to possess classified material.

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The basic outlines of the facts surrounding this timeline have been confirmed by the former president. He has previously said that he was returning any official records to the Archives, labeling any confusion in the matter as "an ordinary and routine process to ensure the preservation of my legacy and in accordance with the Presidential Records Act." He also claimed the Archives "did not 'find' anything" in what he had already been returned, suggesting that there was nothing sensitive. He said the documents had inadvertently shipped to Florida during the six-hour transition period in which his belongings were moved.
According to the Justice Department source, the Archives saw things differently, believing that the former White House was stonewalling and continued to possess unauthorized material. Earlier this year, they asked the Justice Department to investigate.
In late April, the source says, a federal grand jury began deliberating whether there was a violation of the Presidential Records Act or whether President Trump unlawfully possessed national security information. Through the grand jury process, the National Archives provided federal prosecutors with copies of the documents received from former President Trump in January 2022. The grand jury concluded that there had been a violation of the law, according to the Justice Department source.
In the past week, the prosecutor in the case and local Assistant U.S. Attorney went to Florida magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart in West Palm Beach to seek approval for the search of Donald Trump's private residence. The affidavit to obtain the search warrant, the intelligence source says, contained abundant and persuasive detail that Trump continued to possess the relevant records in violation of federal law, and that investigators had sufficient information to prove that those records were located at Mar-a-Lago—including the detail that they were contained in a specific safe in a specific room.
"In order for the investigators to convince the Florida judge to approve such an unprecedented raid, the information had to be solid, which the FBI claimed," says the intelligence source.
According to experts familiar with FBI practices, Judge Reinhart reviewed the prosecutor's evidence and asked numerous questions about the sources and the urgency. The judge signed a search warrant allowing the FBI to look for relevant material and the FBI then planned the operation, wanting to conduct the raid while Trump was spending time at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. A Secret Service source who spoke on background said the Secret Service director was given advance warning and was later told the specifics of the raid.
Because the Secret Service is still responsible for protecting the former president, his family, and his property, the FBI had to coordinate with the Secret Service to gain access to the grounds.
A convoy of unmarked black SUVs and a Ryder rental truck filled with about three dozen FBI special agents and technicians entered the gates in the early evening. Heavily armed Secret Service agents were also visibly present at the gates. The Palm Beach Police Department was also present at the scene.
The entire operation was conducted relatively stealthily. No FBI people were seen in their iconic blue windbreakers announcing the presence of the Bureau. And though local law enforcement was present, the Palm Beach Police Department was careful to tweet on Tuesday that it "was not aware of the existence of a search warrant nor did our department assist the FBI in the execution of a search warrant."
According to news reports, some 10-15 boxes of documents were removed from the premises. Donald Trump said in a statement that the FBI opened his personal safe as part of their search. Trump attorney Lindsey Halligan, who was present during the multi-hour search, says that the FBI targeted three rooms—a bedroom, an office and a storage room. That suggests that the FBI knew specifically where to look.

"This unannounced raid on my home was not necessary or appropriate," former President Trump said in a statement. He called the raid "prosecutorial misconduct, the weaponization of the Justice System, and an attack by Radical Left Democrats who desperately don't want me to run for President in 2024."
Though Trump and his Republican Party allies are portraying the raid as politically motivated, it is likely the unprecedented nature of the raid on the property of a former president will have the greatest reverberation. Even Trump's political rivals have rallied in condemning the FBI.
Former Vice President Mike Pence tweeted that "no former President of the United States has ever been subject to a raid of their personal residence in American history." Mike Pompeo, Trump's Secretary of State and CIA director, tweeted that Attorney General Merrick Garland "must explain why 250 yrs of practice was upended w/ this raid. I served on Benghazi Com[mittee] where we proved Hillary possessed classified info. We didn't raid her home."
The Biden White House says the president was not briefed about the Mar-a-Lago raid and knew nothing about it in advance. "The Justice Department conducts investigations independently and we leave any law enforcement matters to them," Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Tuesday afternoon. "It would not be appropriate for us to comment on any ongoing investigations."
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The senior Justice Department source says that Garland was regularly briefed on the Records Act investigation, and that he knew about the grand jury and what material federal prosecutors were seeking. He insists, though, that Garland had no prior knowledge of the date and time of the specific raid, nor was he asked to approve it. "I know it's hard for people to believe," says the official, "but this was a matter for the U.S. Attorney and the FBI."
FBI director Christopher Wray ultimately gave his go-ahead to conduct the raid, the senior Justice official says. "It really is a case of the Bureau misreading the impact."
 

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I am deeply disturbed by them going through her closet. I'm not sure why since the whole thing was a shit show but it really bothers me. I'm glad she is rich enough to give away her clothes if she can't stand the site of them anymore.
 

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I am deeply disturbed by them going through her closet. I'm not sure why since the whole thing was a shit show but it really bothers me. I'm glad she is rich enough to give away her clothes if she can't stand the site of them anymore.
Remember what these people ARE. They're controlled by the Queer Mafia and Epstein associates. Doods in dresses, and other sexual deviates, now seem everywhere.

They probably get off on this. And it's going to get worse - sexual aberration is a symptom of psychosis; and the whole of Washington seems unhinged. Hiring their footsoldiers to reflect their new image, I guess.
 

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Remember what these people ARE. They're controlled by the Queer Mafia and Epstein associates. Doods in dresses, and other sexual deviates, now seem everywhere.

They probably get off on this. And it's going to get worse - sexual aberration is a symptom of psychosis; and the whole of Washington seems unhinged. Hiring their footsoldiers to reflect their new image, I guess.
yup, the visuals of them in her closet are going through my mind and it isn't pretty. It was a form of passive rape and degradation of Melina. I think they are trying to incite us. That is why the details of them in her closet were released. They knew the effect it would have on women.
 

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yup, the visuals of them in her closet are going through my mind and it isn't pretty. It was a form of passive rape and degradation of Melina. I think they are trying to incite us. That is why the details of them in her closet were released. They knew the effect it would have on women.
There is no doubt, they want a reaction.

This is where we can show superiority. Not in that there is no reaction; but that it becomes a PLANNED, THOUGHTFUL reaction.

Revenge, as someone once said, is a dish best eaten cold.

I see in a quick morning scan, that the Fuddrel Bullies of Instigation are arresting conservative activists in Pennsylvania. It seems the next step is an obvious one - States need to mobilize police or NG and militia, to counter, disarm and if necessary, SHOOT these crazed bullies - TO KILL.

Fighting in the streets takes us nowhere - January 6 proved that. It's time for decent Americans to seize control of legitimate political-law-enforcement branches of the sovereign States, and fight back THAT way.
 

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see in a quick morning scan, that the Fuddrel Bullies of Instigation are arresting conservative activists in Pennsylvania. It seems the next step is an obvious one - States need to mobilize police or NG and militia, to counter, disarm and if necessary, SHOOT these crazed bullies - TO KILL.
Pa. is currently a lost cause Democrats control the Gov. Off. and those in the GOP are RINOs.
 

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Who would have access to an ex prez stuff? It would be hard even for a mole.

Viewed better and video at link.


Exclusive: An Informer Told the FBI What Docs Trump Was Hiding, and Where​

BY WILLIAM M. ARKIN ON 8/10/22 AT 10:03 AM EDT

The raid on Mar-a-Lago was based largely on information from an FBI confidential human source, one who was able to identify what classified documents former President Trump was still hiding and even the location of those documents, two senior government officials told Newsweek.
The officials, who have direct knowledge of the FBI's deliberations and were granted anonymity in order to discuss sensitive matters, said the raid of Donald Trump's Florida residence was deliberately timed to occur when the former president was away.

A confidential informer told the FBI what documents Donald Trump was hiding at Mar-a-Lago, and where. The former president at a rally on August 05, 2022 in Waukesha, Wisconsin.SCOTT OLSON/GETTY IMAGES
FBI decision-makers in Washington and Miami thought that denying the former president a photo opportunity or a platform from which to grandstand (or to attempt to thwart the raid) would lower the profile of the event, says one of the sources, a senior Justice Department official who is a 30-year veteran of the FBI.
NEWSWEEK NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP >
The effort to keep the raid low-key failed: instead, it prompted a furious response from GOP leaders and Trump supporters. "What a spectacular backfire," says the Justice official.
"I know that there is much speculation out there that this is political persecution, but it is really the best and the worst of the bureaucracy in action," the official says. "They wanted to punctuate the fact that this was a routine law enforcement action, stripped of any political overtones, and yet [they] got exactly the opposite."
Both senior government officials say the raid was scheduled with no political motive, the FBI solely intent on recovering highly classified documents that were illegally removed from the White House. Preparations to conduct such an operation began weeks ago, but in planning the date and time, the FBI Miami Field Office and Washington headquarters were focused on the former president's scheduled return to Florida from his residences in New York and New Jersey.
"They were seeking to avoid any media circus," says the second source, a senior intelligence official who was briefed on the investigation and the operation. "So even though everything made sense bureaucratically and the FBI feared that the documents might be destroyed, they also created the very firestorm they sought to avoid, in ignoring the fallout."
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A Florida For Trump flag outside Mar-a-Lago

A "Florida For Trump" flag being displayed outside Mar-a-Lago following the FBI search.EVA MARIE UZCATEGUI/GETTY
On Monday at about 10 a.m. EST, two dozen FBI agents and technicians showed up at Donald Trump's Florida home to execute a search warrant to obtain any government-owned documents that might be in the possession of Trump but are required to be delivered to the Archives under the provisions of the 1978 Presidential Records Act. (In response to the Hillary Clinton email scandal, Trump himself signed a law in 2018 that made it a felony to remove and retain classified documents.)
The act establishes that presidential records are the property of the U.S. government and not a president's private property. Put in place after Watergate to avoid the abuses of the Nixon administration, the law imposes strict penalties for failure to comply. "Whoever, having the custody of any such record, proceeding, map, book, document, paper, or other thing, willfully and unlawfully conceals, removes, mutilates, obliterates, falsifies, or destroys the same, shall be fined" $2,000, up to three years in prison or "shall forfeit his office and be disqualified from holding any office under the United States."

The act, and concerns about the illegal possession of classified "national defense information" are the bases for the search warrant, according to the two sources. The raid had nothing to do with the January 6 investigation or any other alleged wrongdoing by the former president.
The road to the raid began a year-and-a-half ago, when in the transition from the Trump administration to that of President Joe Biden, there were immediate questions raised by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) as to whether the presidential records turned over to the federal agency for historical preservation were complete or not.
In February, Archivist David Ferriero testified before Congress that his agency began talking with Trump's people right after they left office and that the Trump camp had already returned 15 boxes of documents to the Archives. Ferriero said that in those materials, the Archives discovered items "marked as classified national security information," unleashing further inquiries as to whether Trump continued to possess classified material.

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The basic outlines of the facts surrounding this timeline have been confirmed by the former president. He has previously said that he was returning any official records to the Archives, labeling any confusion in the matter as "an ordinary and routine process to ensure the preservation of my legacy and in accordance with the Presidential Records Act." He also claimed the Archives "did not 'find' anything" in what he had already been returned, suggesting that there was nothing sensitive. He said the documents had inadvertently shipped to Florida during the six-hour transition period in which his belongings were moved.
According to the Justice Department source, the Archives saw things differently, believing that the former White House was stonewalling and continued to possess unauthorized material. Earlier this year, they asked the Justice Department to investigate.
In late April, the source says, a federal grand jury began deliberating whether there was a violation of the Presidential Records Act or whether President Trump unlawfully possessed national security information. Through the grand jury process, the National Archives provided federal prosecutors with copies of the documents received from former President Trump in January 2022. The grand jury concluded that there had been a violation of the law, according to the Justice Department source.
In the past week, the prosecutor in the case and local Assistant U.S. Attorney went to Florida magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart in West Palm Beach to seek approval for the search of Donald Trump's private residence. The affidavit to obtain the search warrant, the intelligence source says, contained abundant and persuasive detail that Trump continued to possess the relevant records in violation of federal law, and that investigators had sufficient information to prove that those records were located at Mar-a-Lago—including the detail that they were contained in a specific safe in a specific room.
"In order for the investigators to convince the Florida judge to approve such an unprecedented raid, the information had to be solid, which the FBI claimed," says the intelligence source.
According to experts familiar with FBI practices, Judge Reinhart reviewed the prosecutor's evidence and asked numerous questions about the sources and the urgency. The judge signed a search warrant allowing the FBI to look for relevant material and the FBI then planned the operation, wanting to conduct the raid while Trump was spending time at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. A Secret Service source who spoke on background said the Secret Service director was given advance warning and was later told the specifics of the raid.
Because the Secret Service is still responsible for protecting the former president, his family, and his property, the FBI had to coordinate with the Secret Service to gain access to the grounds.
A convoy of unmarked black SUVs and a Ryder rental truck filled with about three dozen FBI special agents and technicians entered the gates in the early evening. Heavily armed Secret Service agents were also visibly present at the gates. The Palm Beach Police Department was also present at the scene.
The entire operation was conducted relatively stealthily. No FBI people were seen in their iconic blue windbreakers announcing the presence of the Bureau. And though local law enforcement was present, the Palm Beach Police Department was careful to tweet on Tuesday that it "was not aware of the existence of a search warrant nor did our department assist the FBI in the execution of a search warrant."
According to news reports, some 10-15 boxes of documents were removed from the premises. Donald Trump said in a statement that the FBI opened his personal safe as part of their search. Trump attorney Lindsey Halligan, who was present during the multi-hour search, says that the FBI targeted three rooms—a bedroom, an office and a storage room. That suggests that the FBI knew specifically where to look.

"This unannounced raid on my home was not necessary or appropriate," former President Trump said in a statement. He called the raid "prosecutorial misconduct, the weaponization of the Justice System, and an attack by Radical Left Democrats who desperately don't want me to run for President in 2024."
Though Trump and his Republican Party allies are portraying the raid as politically motivated, it is likely the unprecedented nature of the raid on the property of a former president will have the greatest reverberation. Even Trump's political rivals have rallied in condemning the FBI.
Former Vice President Mike Pence tweeted that "no former President of the United States has ever been subject to a raid of their personal residence in American history." Mike Pompeo, Trump's Secretary of State and CIA director, tweeted that Attorney General Merrick Garland "must explain why 250 yrs of practice was upended w/ this raid. I served on Benghazi Com[mittee] where we proved Hillary possessed classified info. We didn't raid her home."
The Biden White House says the president was not briefed about the Mar-a-Lago raid and knew nothing about it in advance. "The Justice Department conducts investigations independently and we leave any law enforcement matters to them," Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Tuesday afternoon. "It would not be appropriate for us to comment on any ongoing investigations."
Merrick Garland

As U.S. President Joe Biden, appearing via teleconference, looks on, Attorney General Merrick Garland attends a meeting of the Task Force on Reproductive Healthcare Access during an event at the White House complex August 3, 2022 in Washington, DC.WIN MCNAMEE/GETTY IMAGES
The senior Justice Department source says that Garland was regularly briefed on the Records Act investigation, and that he knew about the grand jury and what material federal prosecutors were seeking. He insists, though, that Garland had no prior knowledge of the date and time of the specific raid, nor was he asked to approve it. "I know it's hard for people to believe," says the official, "but this was a matter for the U.S. Attorney and the FBI."
FBI director Christopher Wray ultimately gave his go-ahead to conduct the raid, the senior Justice official says. "It really is a case of the Bureau misreading the impact."

Anonymous informants = bull schiff.
 

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Yes, the nooze liars have zero cred, now. Jayson Blair gave us a good peek; and that was, what, 20 years ago? The industry is full of individuals JUST LIKE him, now.
 

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Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart, who is believed to have signed the still-sealed FBI warrant approving the bureau’s Trump raid (https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/justice/trump-says-fbi-raided-mar-a-lago), said the DOJ must now “file a Response to the Motion to Unseal” following (https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.617854/gov.uscourts.flsd.617854.6.0_2.pdf) efforts (https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.617854/gov.uscourts.flsd.617854.4.0.pdf) by Albany-based news outlet the Times Union and the conservative advocacy group Judicial Watch requesting the DOJ make the warrant public.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...espond-requests-unseal-fbi-trump-raid-warrant
 

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Exclusive: An Informer Told the FBI What Docs Trump Was Hiding, and Where
Because that's where they put them!?
There is no doubt, they want a reaction.
The MSM has been pushing the narrative (video is above) that the Trump supporters are "mad as hell and aren't going to take it any more!"

Of course we all know that is pablum for the unwashed masses to grasp when just before the midterms BLM and Antifa dressed as Trump supporters go on the rampage looting and pillaging.
 

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Yes. False Flag operatives.

With all the other swirling crap, I hadn't even had the time to think of it.
 

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I have no idea what to think about any of this shit anymore.




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I have no idea what to think about any of this shit anymore.




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That's exactly where TPTB want you to be.

...but, then. I didn't expect that the nooze liars would let actual news, derail their Narrative and their handlers' Agenda.
 

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Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart, who is believed to have signed the still-sealed FBI warrant approving the bureau’s Trump raid (https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/justice/trump-says-fbi-raided-mar-a-lago), said the DOJ must now “file a Response to the Motion to Unseal” following (https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.617854/gov.uscourts.flsd.617854.6.0_2.pdf) efforts (https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.flsd.617854/gov.uscourts.flsd.617854.4.0.pdf) by Albany-based news outlet the Times Union and the conservative advocacy group Judicial Watch requesting the DOJ make the warrant public.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...espond-requests-unseal-fbi-trump-raid-warrant
Trump has a copy he can release any time. The judge wants transparency. Trump has a reason for playing his cards close.
 

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Trump has a copy he can release any time. The judge wants transparency. Trump has a reason for playing his cards close.

FWIW, Everything I've read says the FBI did NOT giver Trump's lawyers a copy of the warrant.
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Judicial Watch FTW

forced the warrant to be released by Monday. I hope “warrant materials” includes affidavit

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This isn't the warrant being released by Monday. DOJ has until Monday to file a response to the request by judicial watch. Even if they file no response the judge still has to decide if he wants to unseal the warrant.
Why was the warrant sealed in the 1st place?
 

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I think (Don Jr?) said they didn't give him the warrant. Why would they? He's not his father.
That doesn't mean 45 doesn't have a copy.

https://nypost.com/2022/08/10/trump-team-wont-release-copy-of-mar-a-lago-fbi-raid-warrant/

Trump's lawyer on the scene Christine Bobb asked for and was denied a copy of the warrant. Apparently they held it up in the air from 6 feet away to prove that yes they did have a warrant. What is in the warrant is the question.

And of course TPTB waited to do the raid until they knew The Don wasn't home..
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Someone shooting at FBI building in Cinci this morning then on a high speed chase.
I had no idea there was a fibber building there and I get off on Ronald Reagan highway several times a week.
 

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Did Donald Trump Bait the FBI?​

By Larry Johnson
Published August 11, 2022 at 7:00am
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A reasonable question. Monday’s FBI raid at Trump’s Mar A Lago was very strange. Unlike previous FBI hits on people linked to Trump, such as Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, Peter Navarro and Steve Bannon, the establishment media was kept in the dark. They did not get a heads up. How did we learn about the raid? Trump announced it via his social media page around 1830 hours edt on Monday. Very strange.

Think about this. Not a single soul in the Trump universe who knew about the raid at Mar A Lago breathed a word about this unholy assault. Not one. And, surprisingly, the FBI kept its mouth shut. There is something more to this.

Full disclosure. I once respected the FBI. I coordinated with Floyd Clarke, the FBI’s Deputy Director in 1990 on the State Department’s Terrorism Rewards Program. I met Floyd at the Friar’s Club in NY City in the summer of 1990 and we discussed the upcoming public service ads that I was producing. Floyd was a fine man.

I count Larry Mefford, Chris Whitcomb, Ed Ball, Denny Kline, George Alznauer and other FBI retired agents as friends. All good, honorable men. I worked closely with the FBI in going after the Libyans who bombed Pan Am 103. I was there when the FBI discovered, thanks to the CIA, where the Libyans obtained the timer (a MEBO timer) in Switzerland that was used to blow up Pan Am 103.

But that is past. The current FBI is evil, corrupt and criminal. Men like James Comey, Andrew McCabe and Peter Strzok have discarded sacred principles in favor of partisan politics and in the process discredited the FBI as a bona fide law enforcement agency. It is time to disband the FBI and assign the Federal agents to other departments. The FBI can no longer be trusted.

In the summer of 1990, I was participating in a counter terrorism exercise at Fort McClellan in Alabama. At that time the Emergency Support Team (which was then classified) relied on the CIA for “hostage negotiation.” I was working with the FBI Special Agent in Charge from Mobile, Alabama. As we talked I learned he had far more expertise in negotiating with criminals/terrorists than the CIA. In fact, the CIA had zero experience. One of the lessons learned from that exercise (and subsequently adopted as policy) was to put the FBI in charge of hostage negotiations.

That was then. I no longer trust the FBI. It has become a political monster and must be dismantled. I realize in stating this that I may be declared an enemy of the state. Fuck them. This is about preserving what remains of the U.S. Republic. A country that my ancestors fought and died for. As some of you know, my 5th Great Uncle, Charles Thomson, was Secretary of the Continental Congress.

The outrage generated by the FBI’s unlawful and unwarranted assault on the residence of Donald Trump may have been because President Trump baited them. What do I mean? President Trump managed to convince the FBI that he had sensitive information about Cross Fire Hurricane hidden in his cellar that could destroy the FBI. The criminal Wray no longer cares about the rule of law. Protecting the FBI is his number one priority. Rather than wait and risk exposure by Trump, Wray, with the support of Garland and Biden, gave the greenlight to attack Trump’s Florida residence.

Why did Mr. Trump wait so patiently throughout the day before telling the world that the FBI was behaving like the Soviet KGB or the East German Stasi? I think it was a conscious, informed decision. Donald Trump is exposing the FBI for the criminal thugs they are. Corrupt and lawless.

I have another friend. He was the number two guy in DEA’s office in New York City. He orchestrated the capture of Kiki Mosquera, the man who organized the bombing of an Avianca flight at the behest of Pablo Escobar. After my friend Jack slapped cuffs on Mosquera (it was a rainy night in Queens, NY), the FBI tried to charge him with obstruction of justice. FBI wanted the glory and were ready to try to prosecute a fellow American for locking up a bona fide terrorist. Jack always hated the FBI. Now I know why.


 

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That's exactly where TPTB want you to be.
I still have faith in President Trump, I would just prefer to know if the good guys are actually in this fight or if evil is running rampant totally unchecked.
Raiding a president's home is pretty fucking extreme.


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My logical thinking about search warrants must be detached from reality. I would think that they must give you a full copy of the warrant and reasonable time to read it before entering the property, plus providing proper identification that they were legitimate law enforcement. Short of that, they would be armed intruders and the property owner would have all rights of self protection against unlawful intrusion.

The reality seems to be anybody can show up, say they have a warrant, break in, and kill you if you try to stop them.
 

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My logical thinking about search warrants must be detached from reality. I would think that they must give you a full copy of the warrant and reasonable time to read it before entering the property, plus providing proper identification that they were legitimate law enforcement. Short of that, they would be armed intruders and the property owner would have all rights of self protection against unlawful intrusion.

The reality seems to be anybody can show up, say they have a warrant, break in, and kill you if you try to stop them.
I agree and the old Russ Belleville from NORML used to say, never grant access. If they ask and don’t enter they didn’t have the authority to enter, all you did was help them

If they have a warrant and a right to entry they’re coming in regardless of what you say; make them force their way in

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For what it's worth, AG Garland is about to speak on this.

Agenda-Free TV has a stream up here to cover it.

Attorney General Merrick Garland Statement on Trump Investigation - LIVE COVERAGE​

 

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This is easy to verify on internet earch tho the photo might be faked. He is connected.
 

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ABC guest suggests Americans angry over Trump raid are 'Neo-Nazis' because Merrick Garland is Jewish​


"We immediately started seeing factions on the far right, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, militia organizers calling for violence as they always have done against Jews," he said. "The attorney general is Jewish."