Former FBI Agent on why the Deep State "Bluto Barr... [may be] pronounc[ing]... Ron DeSantis... the next President... [& why] Trump must go....Trump can’t be allowed back!"
The former FBI agent thinks the FBI Raid on Donald Trump may be about Deep State "Bluto Barr... pronounc[ing]... Ron DeSantis... the next president... [because] Trump must go....Trump can’t be allowed back!:
Like many I’ve been of the view that the FBI Raid on Mar-a-Lago was—at least in major part—about recovering documents dealing with Deep State wrongdoing in the Russia Hoax. We certainly know enough already to understand that what happened was a coup, coordinated from outside (The Clinton Org) and inside the government (too many players to conveniently name).
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On the other hand, more and more information is coming together, especially from the unredacted portions of the affidavit. What we’re seeing is how questionable the rationale was that was presented to the magistrate, and it tends to connect the big picture of the Russia Hoax to the big picture of Donald J. Trump. Earlier this morning I wrote in a comment:
… Trump is the first POTUS under PRA who isn't simply riding off into the sunset and may be intending to put those docs to real practical use. ...
Obviously, what I had in mind was the likelihood that Trump will, in fact, run again. Also, that those documents relating to the Russia Hoax could become a key feature of a second Trump campaign—this time, a sort of Crusade or Jihad. Who else noticed that Bluto Barr just pronounced that Ron DeSantis would be the next president? Go figure, right? What does he think he knows?
SWC summarizes the situation very concisely. He’s not excluding other factors that may feed into what looks—certainly from any reasonable legal standpoint—to be a desperate move, but he enunciates the biggest of big pictures. It was originally, Trump must go. Now it’s, OMG, Trump can’t be allowed back!
Scott Shapiro @scottjshapiroWe shouldn't sugarcoat it: the affidavit about mishandling of top secret documents raises fresh questions about Trump's character
It’s a whole new ball game now that this case has moved past the joke magistrate. Don’t doubt that judges read the news, too. They’ve all had plenty of time to digest the two tier system of “justice” being deployed against hapless J6 participants. They’ve had time to digest the Congressional show trial, the over the top attacks on the Judiciary, and who’s making those attacks. They’ve had time to digest the very questionable legal maneuvers of this DoJ. They’ve also seen the public reaction to the Hunter laptop coverup by DoJ (80% of the public believe the electin outcome was changed by the coverup) and the public reaction to the MAL Raid. The courts that handle this case are unlikely—hey, IMO—to be rushed into submitting to DoJ’s unprecedented political search:
The Ghost of DB Cooper @GCotner1@shipwreckedcrew What makes you think the Feds WANT to take th pot off the boil? To them, that's a desired feature, not a bug. Look at Mueller - he spent months investigating Russiagate when he had to know within a week it was completely bogus.
Jonathan Turley expands on my point about judges reading the news, and what that may bode—none of this is lost on them:
Such an appointment should have been done before the Justice Department reviewed the material. The Department sought a ridiculously broad search warrant and Magistrate Paul Reinhart simply signed off on the order without considering the wide array of privileged material that could be seized. It adopted language so broad that it was the legal version of Captain Jack Sparrow’s “Take what you can … Give nothing back.” It allowed the seizure of any box containing any document with any classification of any kind — and all boxes stored with that box. It also allowed the seizure of any writing from Trump’s presidency. [https://meaninginhistory.substack.com/p/swc-the-game-all-along]
Pray an Our Father now for reparation for the sins committed because of Francis's Amoris Laetitia.