Nuclear documents planted by Garland and Graves’ goons

Christopher A. Wray refuses to participate in the illegal scheme to plant nuclear documents

The nuclear weapons issue is a Hoax, just like Russia, Russia, Russia was a hoax.

Former president Donald Trump denied reports that he had documents related to nuclear weapons at his home on Friday morning and accused the FBI of “planting information.”

Nuclear Documents planted
Nuclear documents planted at Mar a Lago

Mr Trump lashed out on on the highly popular media platform Truth Social in response to a report from The Washington Post published Thursday evening. The report explained that when the FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago home earlier this week, they were looking for documents relating to nuclear weapons.

Mr Trump compared the report to the investigation into Russia interfering with the 2016 presidential election and the special counsel investigation by Robert Mueller.

“Nuclear weapons issue is a Hoax, just like Russia, Russia, Russia was a hoax, two impeachments were a hoax, the Mueller investigation was a hoax, and much more,” he said. “Same sleazy people involved.”

“Same sleazy people involved. Why wouldn’t the FBI allow the inspection of areas at Mar-a-Lago with our lawyer’s, or others, not present. Made them wait outside in the heat, wouldn’t let them get even close – said ‘ABSOLUTELY NOT,’” Trump went on, before again suggesting that federal agents might have planted information during the search.

How does Donald Trump KNOW the documents were planted?

Donald Trump attorney Christina Bobb said the former president and his family watched the FBI search in his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida on security cameras from New York. Ms Bobb said the president and his family “probably had a better view than I did because they had the CCTV they were able to watch. I was stuck in a parking lot.”

Nuclear Documents planted
Nuclear documents planted at Mar a Lago

“They were actually able to see the whole thing… They actually have a better idea of what took place inside,” she said on Real America’s Voice. The host questioned her about reports that said the FBI had turned off all the cameras. “You are telling me they didn’t,” the anchor told Ms Bobb.

“They did. So initially they said that… need to turn off all cameras and of course, the staff complied… oh the FBI is making us turn off the cameras and then lawyers said that you don’t actually don’t have to turn them off. So shortly after they turned them back on,” she responded.

Other witnesses and the Donald Trump’s backup security system

Several witnesses, who were on the sidewalk before the main raid, told the Trump family and lawyers that they observed a mysterious (pearl stone) van and a handful of agents enter the compound over an hour before the official raid that began at 9 am. The house staff told the family that boxes “similar” to the boxes removed from the residence after the raid.

Emil Ficker
Professor Emil Fiker

Texas political science professor Emil Ficker, told JournoNews, “Unknown to the traitorous mole and scheming FBI, the family had dual security camera system at Mar a Lago.  The staff was asked to run off the security system and they refused. However, the first group of agents, those emerging from the pearl stone van, managed to disable the primary camera system. They never learned about the redundant security system, so all the illegal manipulations eventually will become public.”

Eric Trump said that the redundant security cameras at Mar-a-Lago caught FBI agents behaving improperly during the illegal raid, alleging that investigators were accessing parts of former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence that they “shouldn’t have been.”

Businesses, successful men and influential organizations Friday rushed to security firms requesting redundant security when they realized the FBI were in the business of disabling cameras. Security consultant

Elmo Cosgrove of Singer Island Alarm & Security told JournoNews, “In this case redundant systems may have saved the republic. But the current security assessments for sensitive clients almost always now includes a public and obvious system and a redundant hidden or at least obscure system with just as broad a coverage as the primary.  So that’s were we are today, unfortunately.”

In an interview with JournoNews, Eric Trump said that because the FBI staff refused to turn off the surveillance cameras at the request of the FBI, the Mar-a-Lago cameras captured agents raiding areas that they weren’t authorized to.

“There’s 30 agents there, but before that there were a handful who I’m told were sent early to bring in boxes and to rid the property of witnesses. Secret service, staff, lawyer were all escorted outside. The secret service leaf the property entirely, which smells to high heaven,” Eric Trump recalled. “They told our lawyer…’You have to leave the property right now. Turn off all security cameras.’ But the staff refused and then some technicians came and disabled the primary cameras. We would be in a load of trouble without the backup system.”

The former president was not on the property as he was in New York City at the time of the search. Eric Trump said he was the one who “got the call” about the raid.

Agents acted illegally before the search but after the search as well…

Eric Trump said that the FBI refused to give Trump’s lawyer, Christina Bobb, a copy of the search warrant but “showed it to her from about 10 feet away,” DailyMail.com reported. He also said he would be “thrilled” to find out if there was a valid reason for the search.

Why did the FBI require the lawyers to wait in the parking lot?

Why did the FBI require the Secret Service to leave the property?

Why did the FBI try to cut the security cameras?

The New York Times lied when they reported that Christina Bobb had received a copy of the warrant the day before the raid. That report doesn’t even make sense because the reason the FBI told the judge they needed a warrant was because they feared “Trump would destroy the documents”. Trump wasn’t there and why would the FBI provide a days warning if they were afraid the documents would be destroyed.

Nuclear Documents planted
Nuclear documents planted at Mar a Lago

An anonymous source inside the Department of Justice told JournoNews said, “The supporting documentation to the warrant was largely fictitious but enough to satisfy their selected magistrate drone. I’m sure you realize, although I’ve not heard a lot of the media reporting this. Garland and Graves picked Reinhart because he wouldn’t ask too many questions and agree within a minute. They had hinted around to see which of the true Senate confirmed judges might be available, but obviously the went with the magistrate.”

Mathew Graves is the current U.S. Attorney for the U.S. district. During the Obama administration, Mr. Graves supervised and prosecuted a wide variety of cases as an Assistant U.S. Attorney, and later as Chief of the Fraud and Public Corruption Section. He handled numerous high-profile matters, including successful prosecutions of Republican officials, large business organizations, government contractors, and defendants engaged in what he called “profiteering” schemes and other large-scale economic crimes. Additionally, he prosecuted .

Channing D. Phillips the former U.S. Attorney was eased out of the position recently, sources says, because he was less than compliant in this and other cases the White House wanted prosecuted.

The anonymous Department of Justice source said, “This has been in the works since day one I imagine. Phillips has been catching hell from someone higher up. Of course, something was said and now we have Graves who is entirely compliant with the White House’s wishes. Graves was ideal for this particular prosecution.”

Basically the independent and honest Phillips was shown the door to make room for ultra-liberally Graves.

“It was very, I would say, thin, and as you can tell, it went from public records,” Christina Bobb told Real America’s Voice on Tuesday. “The affidavit, the supporting documentation of what the probable cause was to obtain the warrant, has been sealed, so we’re not allowed to see that. We have to go to court to request the judge to release that, which may or may not happen.”

Trump has revealed that FBI agents planted evidence while conducting the raid, an accusation that some experts believe confirms Trump’s innocence. The documents were boxed up at the White House by the General Services Administration and transported to Mar Logo. Many of the boxes were still sealed until the FBI broke the seals.

According to our DOJ witness there were two raids, the public one that began at 9 am and the there that prepared the way for the FBI. It appears that the early raid was to clear the home of cameras, witnesses, the secret service and the staff and anyone who might become a hostile witness. The first team were five or six ideologically pure die-hard agents. They not only prepared for the larger team of agents, they communicate with each other and the second team wouldn’t enter until the “all clear” was signaled.

Political science professor Emil Ficker, told JournoNews, “Well, that certainly makes sense. You can’t have 30 agents planting evidence. Now 30 agents can find whatever they need to find, but loose lips sink ships. You have to think how would I do it if I were fascist asses. Two teams… one to plant it and the other to find it. It’s better if they don’t know too much about the other team; it helps with both polygraphs and court appearances when they can say with conviction where they find the evidence.”

“The FBI and others from the Federal Government would not let anyone, including my lawyers, be anywhere near the areas that were rummaged and otherwise looked at during the raid on Mar-a-Lago,” Trump wrote on Truth Social.

Also, look at the timing. A day, the day of the Nixon resignation, and a day when the entire family is out.

Sen. Ron Johnson: Corruption in the FBI ‘runs deep’

In July, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) Avril Haines, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Christopher Wray and Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General Michael Horowitz regarding whistleblower claims that suggest FBI officials participated in a scheme to undermine derogatory information connected to Hunter Biden by falsely suggesting it was disinformation.Nuclear Documents planted

The senator raised concerns about an FBI briefing he received on August 6, 2020 while he was conducting a thorough investigation into Hunter Biden’s questionable business dealings.  This FBI briefing was not specific and unconnected to his congressional investigation yet he suspected it was a set-up to discredit his ongoing work relating to Hunter Biden.

Recent whistleblower allegations revealed that in August 2020 the FBI “opened an assessment . . . to improperly discredit negative Hunter Biden information as disinformation and caused investigative activity to cease.”

The senator wrote, “If these recent whistleblower revelations are true, it would strongly suggest that the FBI’s August 6, 2020 briefing was indeed a targeted effort to intentionally undermine a Congressional investigation. The FBI being weaponized against two sitting chairmen of U.S. Senate committees with constitutional oversight responsibilities would be one of the greatest episodes of Executive Branch corruption in American history.”

The senator added, “Unfortunately, the FBI can no longer be trusted to investigate Hunter Biden with integrity and the equal application of law.”

Senator Johnson called on DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz to investigate the FBI’s August 2020 briefing and noted that if that office “is unwilling or unable to conduct an investigation into the potential political targeting of U.S. Senators by Federal law enforcement entities, then the appointment of a Special Counsel would be fully justified and long overdue.”

Republican Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson sent a letter Wednesday to the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) calling for information related to the raid of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence.

Johnson said any FBI or DOJ employee who has witnessed wrongdoing should reach out to his office immediately.

In the letter, first obtained by the Daily Caller, Johnson called the raid “deeply concerning” and “unprecedented.” Johnson also said he understands that other members of Congress have requested the two agencies provide a full explanation for the raid at Mar-a-Lago and that he is also requesting that information.

However, Johnson added that due to the FBI and DOJ’s “history of lack of transparency and obstruction” of his investigations, he is not confident that their explanation for the raid will be honest.

Johnson then called for the “brave men and women” who work at the FBI and the DOJ and are “frustrated and concerned” with what is going on at their agencies to “come forward” and share their concerns with his office.

“You have a right to talk to Congress,” Johnson said in the letter.

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