These People Are Lawless — Biden’s DOJ Asks Judge to Refuse Release of Affidavit for Raid on Mar-a-Lago
A week ago on Monday the Stasi-FBI and Joe Biden’s Department of Justice raided President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in a 9-and-a-half hour siege on his historic compound.
TGP reported on Tuesday that the judge who signed off on the warrant allowing the FBI to raid President Trump’s home, Mar-a-Lago, previously worked for pedophile and Clinton associate Jeffrey Epstein.
President Trump released a statement late Thursday night calling for the release of the “documents” involved in the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago Monday.
Trump was responding to Attorney General Merrick Garland saying earlier the Justice Department was filing in court to unseal the search warrant and inventory of seized items but not the supporting affidavits for the search warrant.
The Department of Justice earlier today asked the judge in the case to keep the affidavit behind the unprecedented raid sealed.
The DOJ says it must remain sealed to protect the integrity of the case.
These people are lawless.
NBC News reported:
Federal prosecutors responded to inquiries from numerous news organizations, including NBC News, to make the affidavit public by arguing it should remain sealed “to protect the integrity of an ongoing law enforcement investigation that implicates national security.”
“Disclosure at this juncture of the affidavit supporting probable cause would, by contrast, cause significant and irreparable damage to this ongoing criminal investigation,” U.S. attorney Juan Gonzalez and the Justice Department’s counterintelligence and export control chief Jay Bratt wrote in Monday’s court filing. “There remain compelling reasons, including to protect the integrity of an ongoing law enforcement investigation that implicates national security, that support keeping the affidavit sealed.”
The affidavit contains the government’s reasonings for conducting the search of Trump’s home. Trump allies on Capitol Hill and elsewhere are clamoring for the Justice Department to unseal the affidavit.
Via Midnight Rider.