Apparently, irresponsible librarians at the National Archives have a history of losing important documents on behalf of Democrat-RINO Presidents, which is important to know because they are using their positions to target a Conservative Republican President and are at the center of what appears to be a highly politicized and unprecedented use of national security against an American citizen for purely political purposes.
This week, Trump issued two remarks that demonstrate the necessity for an investigation of the National Archives.
“Less than four months after former President Donald J. Trump left office, the general counsel of the National Archives reached out to three lawyers who had worked with Mr. Trump to convey a firm message: The archives had determined that more than two dozen boxes of Mr. Trump’s presidential records were missing, and it needed the lawyers’ “immediate assistance” to retrieve them, according to an email obtained by The New York Times recently.
The email, sent on May 6, 2021, by the top lawyer at the archives, Gary M. Stern, was an early sign of tension between Mr. Trump and the federal agency responsible for safeguarding presidential records. It presaged the battle that would later erupt over the former president’s removal of scores of highly sensitive documents from the White House.
On Tuesday, the archives released a separate letter, indicating that Mr. Trump had taken more than 700 pages of classified materials when he left Washington. Among them, the letter said, were some related to Special Access Programs, which are among the country’s most secretive intelligence operations.”
We know that the National Archives were politicized under Barack H. Obama. The issues surrounding Obama’s archives and library, as well as who owned and had access to it, were typical of dealing with Marxist Democrats; they were incredibly aggravating and perplexing.
They Doth Protest Too Much
It is intriguing that the National Archives made a statement on Obama and his documents in mid-August, just a few days after the raid on Trump’s Florida family home in pursuit of records:
Obama Presidential Records NARA Press Release Statement
12 August 2022
In line with the Presidential Records Act, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) took exclusive legal and physical ownership of Obama Presidential records after President Barack Obama left office in 2017. (PRA). Approximately 30 million pages of unclassified documents were relocated to a NARA site in the Chicago region, where they are exclusively managed by NARA. In addition, NARA keeps the classified Obama Presidential documents in a Washington, D.C.-area site. As mandated by the PRA, former President Obama has no influence over where and how NARA maintains his Administration’s documents.
Consider that, as Trump points out, the NARA has a great deal to explain about how they manage records.
This week, President Donald J. Trump issued two remarks highlighting the fact that the National Archives accuses him of stealing his own records, which were lost during the Clinton and Bush administrations.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“Under Clinton, the Archives lost a hard drive containing large volumes of Clinton administration records. This included personal information on White House staff members and visitors,” Pro Trump News reported.
And even the lapdog media know that the National Archives has been careless, as Trump pointed out from a 2009 CNN article: CONTINUE READING…