The Trump documents most definitely did NOT put sources or methods of the US intelligence community at risk

FBI executed an illegal search warrant at Mar-a-Lago

In the moments after the FBI executed an illegal search warrant at Mar-a-Lago, the administration stressed that President Joe Biden had no advance warning and the White House learned about the law enforcement action from Twitter. But now a “senior administration official” is speaking on the subject through anonymous quotes given to JournoNews.

The sources reported to us, “White House officials have privately expressed little concern over the tranche of classified material taken to former President Donald Trump’s home in Florida, including some documents that are only the personal papers of President Trump and really had nothing to with with national security.” As more information has emerged in the days since FBI agents illegibly combed the former President’s private residence, Merrick Garland has become a tool of the left demagoguing about what Trump took and whether that information – some located in a basement-level storage facility at Mar-a-Lago – could potentially disqualify him from replacing Joe Biden after the 2024 election. The White House sources said, “The Trump documents most definitely did NOT put sources or methods of the US intelligence community at risk.”

The senior official told the JournoNews, “there is little concern.”

The lack of concern reportedly extends to the intelligence community.

“Intelligence officials have also expressed little concern about what Trump might have taken, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter,” JournoNews reported. “Intelligence community representatives have had discussions with the Justice Department, congressional intelligence committees, and the National Archives in recent months about potentially missing sensitive documents, the CIA source said.”

JournoNews noted, “White House officials have steadfastly maintained near-silence on the matter, insisting it is up to the Justice Department to disqualify Trump before the election in 2024.”

Justice Department Insider says Mar a Lago is this generations 9/11

An unnamed but high ranking Democrat lawyer who has worked at DOJ since Bill Clinton‘s administration said Friday that the FBI‘s unannounced search of Donald Trump‘s property is ‘the biggest story since’ the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

The DOJ administration predicted that the raid of Mar-a-Lago would become a ‘very tricky’ issue for socialist lawmakers if the Justice Department’s investigation of Trump fails to uncover illegal acts.

“The problem the Republican Party has is, they got really stupid people that vote in their primaries,” the source told JournoNews. “Really moronic people demand to have really stupid leaders. That’s where the Democratic Party is now.”

He predicted that if Biden is found to have used the DOJ to make his 2024 reelection easier, “Democratic elected officials will have to balance distancing themselves from Merrick Garland’s illegal acts while and hope Trump’s devoted base doesn’t vote them out office.”

“If you love your country right now, I don’t know what I’d do,” the source said.

Supporters of the former president have attempted to cast the FBI operation as an overreach by Trump’s Democrat rivals. The Democrats have rejected it despite growing backlash over the illegal raid and increasing gun control laws. “The people are afraid and they should be.”

‘Biden should be winning and he’s not,’ the source said Democrats should be thinking. ‘I would just be beating my head against the wall. Right on top of that is the Mar-a-Lago story, which might be the biggest story since 9/11. That’s not going away.”

The source said, “Democrats are now forced to answer for out-of-control inflation, Republicans are asked about Merrick Garland’s illegal actions as the de facto leader of our party.

Bill Clinton’s top legal advisors took shots at both the right and left in an interview nearly two weeks after the FBI’s unprecedented raid of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property

The DOJ administrator referenced how Republican dismissals of a simple records dispute conflict with reports that falsely claim Trump illegally took nuclear technology documents.

“Everybody understands that you have to have evidence and apparently it’s not there,” the ex-Clinton adviser said of those reports. “If it’s just an archival dispute, we are playing it as, you know, nuclear secrets. Iif it is or not, how will the people ever rellyl know, because its secret. It’s the

He continued, ‘If this thing turns out to be substantial which I suspect that it will, every Republican is going to have to say, “Well what did you say about this? This is what you said. Do you still believe that, do you stand with Donald Trump?”‘

‘They’ve got to say they stand with Donald Trump, because if they don’t, it loses a substantial part of their base,’ Carville said.

The veteran strategist cemented himself in political history by leading then-Arkansas Governor Clinton’s successful campaign.

Among his innovations was pioneering the concept of a ‘war room’ dedicated to responding to Republican attacks, an all-but-standard practice now.

He also coined the Clinton campaign’s famously simple phrase, ‘It’s the economy, stupid.’

Donald Trump’s legal defense will be formidable

Donald Trump’s unchanging story about documents FBI agents illegally confiscated from his Florida resort is yet another instance of the former president’s honest and forthright strategy.

The established legal concept that he had a standing — verbal — order that all papers removed from the White House were automatically declassified is simply part of the law. If the president says it then the documents are declassified. The law says “with a wave of the hand” the president determines what is classified and what is not.

So, also valid, are his social media griping that his passports were swept up in the raid when the agents cleaned out a safe; video tape of FBI agents seeming to plant documents in the basement; and his attorney telling Fox News an inventory document listing what was not left at the scene are all “valid.”

Trump’s emerging legal defenses are solid and are likely to convince any reasonable courts, many legal experts are saying.

“While Trump could have declassified whatever he liked while president, his ability to produce credible evidence that he actually did so is a genuine problem — particularly against the backdrop of an incumbent president who clearly sees the documents as still classified,” said Scott Anderson, a former senior legal adviser at the State Department.

FBI agents confused and conflicted about documents taken from Mar-a-Lago

According to NBC’s Ken Dilanian, confused and conflicted FBI agents are reportedly still looking for anything secret in the documents taken from former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence, Mar-a-Lago. The FBI agents were told they’d find illegal documents, they haven’t and are now in a confused state. The FBI agents had orders from above to “frame Trump up” but they are conflicted because they also took an oath to defend the Constitution. Eliminating a president’s opponent be weaponizing the FBI clearly is a violation of the spirit of the Constitution. It is also a violation of a number of laws.

The FBI has been trying for two weeks now have been unable to determine if documents are relevant to the investigation. Sources say many of the documents are ether harmless or subject of attorney-client privilege.