The FBI was reportedly searching former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home for documents that would exonerate him from claims of Russian collusion, according to an anonymous intelligence official.
The official shared the information in an interview with Newsweek.
I believe this 100% https://t.co/KUlP6cB2gs
— Scott (@GreenHornets72) August 19, 2022
“Trump was particularly interested in matters related to the Russia hoax and the wrong-doings of the deep state,” the official told the outlet, adding that he may have intended to use the documents in a 2024 presidential campaign.
“I think he felt, and I agree, that these are facts that the American people need to know.”
“The true target was this private stash, which Justice officials feared Donald Trump might weaponize… documents that Trump had been collecting since early in his administration.”
“Including material that…would exonerate him of… Russian collusion.”https://t.co/JyCtfbKnc9
— Jeff Carlson (@themarketswork) August 17, 2022
Russia scandal again?
If true, the concern makes the Russiagate hoax an even bigger coverup than has already been exposed.
A court case under special counsel has already shown the Russian bank connection as fabricated, but Trump may have had additional evidence unknown to the public, according to the report.
FBI source drops BOMBSHELL EXPOSING FBI raid as massive Regime COVER UP for Russiagate hoax— Trump was right… AGAIN pic.twitter.com/XU1JWx07Sq
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) August 18, 2022
Now Trump has threatened to release the video foot of the raid, a twist that could make the FBI’s unprecedented actions appear even worse.
Eric Trump drops FBI raid BOMBSHELL, says Trump cameras CAUGHT the entire raid— Will “ABSOLUTELY” release footage pic.twitter.com/k9jVk0py2L
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) August 16, 2022
The ongoing fallout from the FBI’s raid is likely to further motivate conservative voters to show up at the ballot box in November to help support candidates who will investigate what really happened.