The leaking US Department of Justice appears to be attempting to divert attention away from their heavily redacted warrant last week and the breaking revelation this week of their busted FBI agent, who has been assigned all politically sensitive jobs for the past six years.
These reports are bad for the public relations of the players in DC.
The rule on a “special master” or impartial party to evaluate the materials that the DOJ is currently bombarding social media with brings us to the final point.
Corporate PR media supporting the administrative state, such as the New York Times, describe the papers as a “smoking gun” and exactly what they have been reporting on for the last three weeks, which demonstrates a strong relationship between the two parties.
Maggie Haberman, a supporter of the administrative state, wrote, “Our first cut at the DOJ filing, a remarkable document that affirms our reporting over the last three weeks and finally shows the statement a Trump lawyer (said by sources to be Christina Bobb) signed.”
Almost as if she is a member of a massive administrative state team pushing a corporate-selected narrative to discredit her political opponent.
Yes, the US Department of Justice and its media allies say that their political opponent buried documents by spreading them out on the floor in a manner that seems staged to many.
Unaffiliated with the administrative state, these photographs appear to be full of gibberish and a political smear campaign.
“So the DOJ took documents, which they claim are supposed to be super sensitive, out of container, scattered them all over the floor, took a picture of them, and released the picture for the world to see?” Boris Epstein reported.
So the DOJ took documents, which they claim are supposed to be super sensitive, out of container, scattered them all over the floor, took a picture of them, and released the picture for the world to see? https://t.co/tJHA5LaxOz
— Boris Epshteyn (@BorisEP) August 31, 2022
Now we have a petulant attempt by the DOJ to divert attention from their other high-impact stories this month, and the US Corporate media has rushed to publish photographs of their political raid on the family residence of President Donald J. Trump.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
And the corporate media is doing this without asking any questions, like- what exactly are we looking at here?
“Documents so secret the DOJ threw them across the floor, took a picture, and posted it on Twitter dot com,” Jack Posobiec wrote about the recent DOJ clown show.
Documents so secret the DOJ threw them across the floor, took a picture, and posted it on Twitter dot com
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 31, 2022