FBI Whistleblower To House Judiciary: 4 Ways The Mar-A-Lago Raid Defied Standard Protocols

Written by Wes Walker on June 9, 2023

While many of us try to wrap our heads around the craziness of Biden’s DOJ indicting Trump (and drawing attention away from Biden Bribery charges) there’s another angle most of us are NOT talking about.

It has to do with the raid on Mar-A-Lago that gave rise to this whole mess.

A long-time FBI whistleblower raised concerns about some standard protocols that Biden’s attack dogs conveniently overlooked in the process of building a case against their hated rival.

The points that were raised were included in a letter from Rep Jordan to AG Garland.

Here are screenshots of the letter’s content.

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Here’s a quick recap of those four points, as given in testimony to Congress just days before this indictment dropped.

1) The Miami field office did not conduct the search.
FBI HQ would normally hand off a search to the local office, letting them take lead. This was conducted by the Washington Field Office.

Note: one of the lessons we took from FBI failures in Durham’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation was an over-reliance on decisions running through the Washington Field Office.

2) The Department did not assign a U.S. Attorney’s Office to the matter

Normally, a U.S. Attorney would be assigned to investigation this sort of a case, especially one as significant as this one. No good answer was given to the whistleblower for why Jay Bratt of the ‘National Security Division’ (who allegedly pressured a lawyer representing an employee of Trump) was conducting this investigation rather than a US Attorney.

3) The FBI did not first seek consent to effectuate the search.

The Department ‘assertively pushed for the FBI to promptly execute the search warrant’. But made no attempt to enter the premises with the owner’s assistance/permission.

4) FBI refused to wait for President Trump’s attorney to be present before executing the search.

The FBI should have worked with the attorney, and there was a good chance they could have gotten consent.

Oh the irony

Then Jordan’s letter pivots to information that the DOJ is wrongly refusing to hand over.

The committee has already requested information and documents relating to their justification of the Mar-A-Lago raid.

Now they are refining their original request to include some new details.

If Biden’s DOJ has their way, he could spend more than 100 years in jail.

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