The president of the United States, Donald J. Trump, was recently in Washington, DC, and instead of being imprisoned, he was a free man. However, pictures of Trump boarding a plane with heavy file boxes later surfaced as Trump was moving from his Florida family home, Mar-a-Lago, to his Bedminster golf club for the summer.
The former president and Melania were seen leaving the White House and traveling to his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, in a DailyMail.com video from May 2021.
Disgraced Peter Strzok published information regarding the May video along with what he believes to be a “smoking gun”:
Better check Bedminster…
On May 6, NARA emails Trump to say material is missing and may be at MAL.https://t.co/XbEWvl9WdX
— Peter Strzok (@petestrzok) September 10, 2022
The left has been monitoring boxes held by Trump or his team since Joe Biden’s inauguration, almost as if they were anticipating a massive story about boxes of documents.
At the time the FBI searched the Trump family’s Florida residence on August 8 after obtaining a warrant, in what seemed to be a highly political raid and seizure of Trump’s private property, aides were reportedly spotted moving 5–6 boxes of material aboard the executive aircraft.
The FBI searched Trump’s office and a storage space during the operation. It’s odd that the feds didn’t search any further Trump properties.
The scandal surrounding the politicized FBI raiding a former president’s house centers on the boxes and records.
As the driving force behind the political raid, the National Archives declared that it was “absolutely necessary that we obtain and account for all presidential records.”
This week, the story that Trump had carried boxes into his jet went viral once more.
“A re-surfaced video has emerged of Donald Trump boarding a private jet loaded with file boxes in 2021 – amid rumors he could be indicted for having classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago mansion.
The original report said that ‘aides appear to have carried a number of boxes onto the flight.’
At the time there were tense exchanges between government lawyers and Trump’s representatives at the time over boxes of material from the Trump White House that were taken to his private Florida club.
Posters who were aware of the argument immediately started posting about Trump stealing boxes of documents, but few in the public were aware of the situation. ”The Daily Mail said.
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The video has now resurfaced in light of the DOJ’s investigation, as well as due to its timing – just three days after the feds contacted Trump’s representative to request the return of government materials.
The clip, taken at the airport near Trump’s club in West Palm Beach, Florida, first shows the former president boarding a small private jet.
He is immediately followed by a man carrying what looks like a large box of the kind used for documents.
He is in turn followed by a woman carrying another large box with two hands. She appears to refuse a man’s offer of help and loads it onto the plane.
Then a man carries another box, followed by a man carrying roller luggage.
He is followed by a man carrying a tall white box. Another man carries what could be two white boxes stacked on top of each other.
In order to look for ‘documents and records constituting evidence, contraband, fruits of crime, or other items illegally possessed in violation’ of laws governing the possession of government information and national security information, the FBI acquired a warrant to search Mar-a-Lago.
To obtain a judge’s approval for the warrant, the FBI had to demonstrate reasonable cause. In order to search Bedminster or other Trump properties, the feds did not seek a warrant.
PAC Meidas Touch, which opposes Trump, released the footage on Saturday morning with the following statement: ‘Video from May 8, 2021 shows Trump boarding a jet from Florida to Bedminster with multiple boxes bearing a strong resemblance to boxes of top secret materials found at Mar-a-Lago. On May 6, NARA had contacted Trump’s team saying documents were missing and may be at Mar-a-Lago.’
The National Archives wanted the return of government records, and that day was one in a series of interactions. The back and forth eventually led to a subpoena, which was followed on August 8 by an FBI search of Mar-a-Lago.
In a letter to a Trump representative, NARA chief counsel Gary Stern stated, ‘We know things are very chaotic, as they always are in the course of a one-term transition. But it is absolutely necessary that we obtain and account for all presidential records.’
Numerous secret papers have been found in both the records that Trump has returned and the documents that were confiscated during the search.
The government said that during the search in August alone, the FBI found 100 secret papers.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Trump’s lawyers in their latest legal filing, repeatedly referred to ‘purported ‘classified records,” appearing to suggest that Trump might have declassified them, without stating so outright.
Strzok continued on in his independent investigation of Trump as if he hasn’t stopped since 2015. CONTINUE READING…