The FBI caused shockwaves this past Monday when it sent agents to raid the home of former President Donald Trump in pursuit of classified documents. However, one daytime television actress said it didn’t go far enough.
On Thursday, one of the longtime stars of ABC’s “General Hospital” demanded that the casket of Trump’s late ex-wife be dug up and searched for evidence.
“I recommend digging up Ivana”
Breitbart reported that Nancy Lee Grahn called for Ivana Trump’s coffin to be exhumed in a tweet. The former Mrs. Trump was buried at a property owned by her ex-husband in New Jersey after passing away last month.
Dear @FBI, I know u don’t need advice from a soap star, but having been in 10 or 10k implausible storylines in my 37 yrs, may I recommend digging up Ivana. Cleary it didn’t take 10 pall bearers to carry a liposuctioned 73 yr old who methinks was in her weight in classified docs.
— Nancy Lee Grahn (@NancyLeeGrahn) August 11, 2022
Some left-wing Twitter users expressed approval for Grahn’s suggestion, with one declaring, “She was cremated. Just for that reason I fully believe items that would really screw him over were buried in the coffin.”
Another insisted, “Exactly! She was cremated. Prob her ashes aren’t even in that casket. Better check it for ‘portant papers.”
Welp. If the National Archives find that there’re still more top secret nuclear weapons documents missing, there’s a section of golf course in Bedminster the FBI should be checking next.
— Hadley Sheley (@HadleySheley) August 12, 2022
Fox News reported in July that a spokesperson for the New York City Police Department revealed Trump was found unconscious at her home “in close proximity” to a staircase.
The New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner subsequently announced that her death was the result of an accidental fall which resulted in blunt impact injuries.
Trump has faced conspiracy theories before
The allegation that Donald Trump may have used his wife’s burial as an opportunity to hide classified documents is hardly the only conspiracy theory to center on the former president.
Critics spent much of Trump’s first two years in office discussing the claim that he had colluded with Russia during the 2016 campaign.
However, a report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller ultimately found no evidence that such collusion had taken place.