Sealed Agenda: DOJ Doesn’t Want Americans Know Real Reasons Why Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Home Was Raided

The DOJ is fighting efforts to unseal the search warrant

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(PJ Media) The Department of Justice is fighting efforts to reveal the reasons they ordered the raid of former President Donald Trump’s home at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla. They expect us to trust them that the raid and retrieval of documents are all legit.

The affidavit contains the underlying documentation and rationale for raiding the former president’s home while investigating his treatment of documents and retention of allegedly classified documents. The affidavit is usually revealed when a suspect — Donald Trump, in this case — is indicted for a crime.


This breathtaking raid was a historical first.

Attorney General Merrick Garland stated on Friday afternoon that he was in full support of releasing the warrant and the lists that generally characterize the documents, photos, and other items taken from Trump’s home.


But the Washington Examiner reports Garland’s minions will fight efforts for the American public to see the underlying legal reasons for the intrusion.


Forgive us if the term, “protect[ing] the in integrity” of the investigation triggers a laugh track in our heads.

The phrase “they would be open to releasing redacted portions of” sounds like the kind of selective leaking that Trump Russia collusion hoaxer Congressman Adam Schiff used when he promised there was evidence of Trump’s collusion with the Russians, when he knew it was a fraud on the American people.

Indeed, the lead investigator for the House Intelligence Committee’s Russiagate probe, Kash Patel, believes the raid is just a continuation of the Russiagate hoax.

He would know. He was Trump’s negotiator with the National Archives (NARA) and knows the documents NARA and the DOJ seek. He contends the FBI and DOJ want the Trump Russiagate documents that have not been made public yet, even though President Trump declassified them in 2020 and right before he left office.

That is not the case for the reason, rationale, and assertions made to a magistrate, who signed off on the search warrant. Magistrates take shifts on a rotating basis, but The Wall Street Journal reports that Judge Bruce Reinhart stepped in to handle the request, as is typical.

The Examiner explained that Trump is being investigated for breaking the law in three ways.

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