The increasingly unpopular Biden regime ramped up its war on political dissent Wednesday with a Stalinist raid on the home of a former Trump administration official.
Jeffrey Clark, who served in the Trump Justice Department, condemned the “Stasi-like” tactics in an interview with Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Biden regime raids home of Trump official
Around 7 a.m. Wednesday, Clark awoke to a loud banging on his door and was dragged outside without having the opportunity to put his pants on, he told Tucker Carlson. Agents proceeded to search his house for more than three hours and seize all of his electronics.
Clark questioned the timing of the raid, which came a day before the January 6th committee made him a focus of its televised show trial.
“I don’t believe in coincidences,” he said.
The raid on Clark’s Virginia home is the DOJ’s latest show of force against Biden’s political enemies, particularly those who played roles in challenging the legitimacy of the 2020 election that put Biden in power. Biden’s crackdown has even targeted the organizers of peaceful, First Amendment-protected rallies.
Democrats allege that Clark tried to help Donald Trump “overturn” the “free and fair” 2020 election by pushing the DOJ to look into voter fraud. At one point, Clark tried to send a letter to Georgia officials saying there was enough evidence of fraud to declare Trump the rightful winner in the state.
Coincidentally, or perhaps not, the raid targeting Clark came as the Biden DOJ shook down Republican officials in swing states who sought to send “fake” pro-Trump electors to Washington.
The crackdown has thrilled Democrats like Adam Schiff (D-Ca.), who praised the DOJ for “going beyond a focus on those who broke into [the Capitol] on January 6” to more directly target allies of Trump.
The FBI threw Trump ally Peter Navarro in leg irons for refusing to cooperate with the January 6th committee. Steve Bannon has also been charged, and Democrats and their liberal base have clamored for Biden’s partisan attorney general, Merrick Garland, to indict Trump.
The evolution of the DOJ into an appendage of the Democratic party began in earnest during the Trump years, with the Robert Mueller probe that consumed the better part of Trump’s term despite a lack of evidence justifying it. In a notorious episode, heavily armed agents stormed into Roger Stone’s house before dawn over process charges.
Clark told Tucker Carlson that he doesn’t “recognize” the country anymore and compared it to communist East Germany, saying, “We’re living in an era that I don’t recognize…I don’t recognize the country anymore with these kinds of Stasi-like things happening.”