Now that the FBI has been caught rather red-handed in its ultra-partisan, unwise quest to destroy Trump, it’s just about time for all the rumors to start circulating and deliberately deflecting from the federal government’s political weaponization of “justice” agencies.
Sure enough, the FBI and DHS are sounding the alarm on apparent mentions of “civil war” and “armed rebellion” online, with one particularly dramatic threat suggesting the placement of “a so-called Dirty Bomb in front of FBI headquarters.”
The commentary from DHS and FBI is also bringing to mind earlier assertions regarding parents at school board meetings who were labeled “domestic terrorists” for daring to challenge CRT or LGBT or any other number of acronyms devised by devious Democrats.
Since the FBI and DHS have already accused concerned parents of being terrorists, it seems that virtually anyone could be a “threat” in the White House’s eyes unless they are a total and complete sycophant like Press Secretary Katrine Jean-Pierre.
Which means it is completely unclear how serious the threat really is.
One thing is certainly clear: The FBI opted for pure theater, if not borderline illegal activity, to divide the nation, as detailed by former President Donald Trump on Truth Social.
“Number one, it was all declassified. Number two, they didn’t need to ‘seize’ anything. They could have had it anytime they wanted without playing politics and breaking into Mar-a-Lago. It was in secured storage, with an additional lock put on as per their request,” Trump declared.
Which is precisely why the FBI had no issues making a huge show of removing boxes they had Trump store in the first place.
Boxes they could have requested at any time, as noted by Trump, but apparently the media theater was just too good.
“They could have had it anytime they wanted – and that includes LONG ago. ALL THEY HAD TO DO WAS ASK,” Trump continued, “the bigger problem is, what are they going to do with the 33 million pages of documents, many of which are classified, that President Obama took to Chicago?”
Considering Obama apparently had no qualms demolishing a good chunk of Chicago for a huge presidential library to be created in his honor, it is likely he will continue to do whatever he wants, as he’s always done.
Including escaping any and all accountability for his actions, unlike Trump, who faces so-called accountability in the court of media opinion for crimes he’s never committed.
Representative Mike Turner of Ohio has pointed out the very concerning nature of the persistent attacks on Trump, referencing the “many other options” the FBI had in its retrieval of allegedly important documents.
“Because many other options were available to them, we are very concerned about the method that was used in raiding Mar-a-Lago and the nine hours that transpired while they were in the president’s home,” Turner remarked.
Representative Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania also weighed in, and, since he is a former FBI official himself, he knows darn well what the agency did was hardly in the clear from an ethical, if not legal, perspective.
“We’ve seen many cases involving national security information – Sandy Berger, Hillary Clinton and the like. The public needs to know that the law is being enforced equally when the circumstances dictate,” Fitzpatrick warned.
Senator Rand Paul, who has no issue putting Democrats in their place, called for an abolition of the Espionage Act, especially since the joke of a warrant used in Trump’s case came from … you guessed it, the Espionage Act, specifically 18 U.S. Code 793, which pertains to “gathering, transmitting, or losing defense information.”
“The Espionage Act was abused from the beginning to jail dissenters of WWI. It is long past time to repeal this egregious affront to the 1st Amendment,” Paul proclaimed.
It’s also clearly weaponized by an insecure administration that is rather obviously determined to disqualify Trump from running with virtually any means possible.
Author: Jane Jones