When the DOJ sent FBI agents to raid the President’s iconic Mar-a-Lago, America changed. Laws no longer mattered. Marxists were in charge.
The far-left WaPo agreed with our prior reporting that the raid was unprecedented. But what the Post does not explain is that the raid was unnecessary and unlawful.
The raid was unnecessary because the FBI had already visited Mar-a-Lago once and the Trump team was more than responsive and helpful. When the FBI visited, the Trump team complied with their request to add a padlock to one of the cabinets where the documents were stored. There was absolutely no need for the raid.
But the raid was unlawful as well. Attorney Mike Davis pointed out then, and it’s still true today, that the President of the United States has the protection of the Presidential Records Act that allows him to take with him any documents he wants. These documents can be classified. There is no one entity that can take this power away but Merrick Garland did in an illegal raid.