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Kash Patel speaks with Mark Levin about the FBI attack on Mar-a-Largo disguised as a legal raid. These two gentlemen explain the situation quite well.

Mr. Levin and Mr. Patel are correct when they say President Trump did nothing wrong. Other presidents took documents and other things when they exited the White House. We all know what this is truly about: their fear and loathing of President Trump. The Liberals do not want him running for office in 2024 and are doing all they can to stop him.


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  1. No one seems to understand the real reason for the search & seizure.
    Larry Kudlow “suspects” that the search was political: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v3DBaZPUoK_00g

    Kash Patel, former White House official during the end of the Trump presidency, has said that there were no classified documents in those stored at Mar-a-lago, as a matter of his own personal knowledge, and that all of that collection consisted of evidentiary documents relating to the bases for
    the “Russia-gate” business and the two impeachment attempts. In other words, the defendants have stolen the prosecution’s evidence so that they can’t be convicted. No inventory of the documents was made, as required by law, so there won’t be any way to tell what “smoking gun” documents
    would establish a record for the Dem’s crimes committed in their attempts to get Trump. I hope the Trump organization made their own inventory.

    Here’s another point, while I’m thinking about it: While Mike Pence was correct that he lacked the authority to fail to include electoral votes from states whose corrupt electoral practices were the subject of objections by members of the Senate, that didn’t answer the whole question.
    What should Pence have done? A key fact is that Pence was President of the Senate. He was supposed to preside. He was absolutely in control of the procedure, and as President, it was his obligation to (1) note the objections and not count the votes until the objections had either been
    sustained or overruled; (2) hold a hearing on each of the objections, including the presentation of evidence; and (3) require a vote by the Senate on each of the objections after a full evidentiary hearing. Since the objections were never properly ruled upon (a vote on an objection without a
    hearing is a nullity, in my opinion), Joe Biden was never elected president, and there is no evidence as far as I’ve been able to find, that he was in fact properly elected, since the proponents of his election in each of the contested states have destroyed the evidence that could have justified the
    results obtained.

    And another: Why is the “Select January Sith Committee” generating so much “evidence”? Over three hundred hearings so far and they’re not done yet. I’m reminded of a movie called, “A Civil Action”, in which Gene Hackman plays a lawyer in court against his estranged lawyer-daughter, played by
    Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. She represents the Corporate Machine while Hackman represents the little guy in this medical malpractice case against a hospital. During discovery, there’s one particular document that’s important, so Mastrantonio’s character shows up with a big box truck full of
    boxes of documents. It turns out that the one important document has been omitted, and they made the truck full of distracting junk so that no one would notice. I think the “Sith Committee” is generating piles and piles of “evidence” that no one in his right mind would even consider reviewing in
    detail, because it would take more than a lifetime to get through it all. The reason they’d do that is so that they can characterize it any way they want and no one else will be able to question what they say, and they’ll only make the parts that seem to support their position public; the rest
    will get hidden, redacted, “misplaced by mistake”, or trashed.

  2. No one with any objectivity can read the letter from May 10 sent by the National Archives to Trump’s lawyer can possibly believe “Trump did nothing wrong.” This is a part of it, there’s a lot more:

    “As you are no doubt aware, NARA had ongoing communications with the former President’s
    representatives throughout 2021 about what appeared to be missing Presidential records, which resulted in the transfer of 15 boxes of records to NARA in January 2022. In its initial review of materials within those boxes, NARA identified items marked as classified national security information, up to the level of Top Secret and including Sensitive Compartmented Information and Special Access Program materials”…

    “There are important national security interests in the FBI and others in the Intelligence
    Community getting access to these materials. According to NARA, among the materials
    in the boxes are over 100 documents with classification markings, comprising more than
    700 pages. Some include the highest levels of classification, including Special Access
    Program (SAP) materials. Access to the materials is not only necessary for purposes of
    our ongoing criminal investigation, but the Executive Branch must also conduct an
    assessment of the potential damage resulting from the apparent manner in which these
    materials were stored and transported and take any necessary remedial steps.
    Accordingly, we are seeking immediate access to these materials so as to facilitate the
    necessary assessments that need to be conducted within the Executive Branch.”

    WHAT POSSIBLE JUSTIFICATION IS THERE FOR HAVING THESE DOCUMENTS AT HIS HOME? Even if he had been able to declassify them–which he did not as there is a procedure for that which he didn’t follow and which the people in your video completely ignore–this is very sensitive information. How do you justify his refusal to turn them over? How can you believe he did nothing wrong?

    https://www.archives.gov/files/foia/wall-letter-to-evan-corcoran-re-trump-boxes-05.10.2022.pdf

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