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FBI Raid On Mar A Lago Is Latest Example Of The US Justice System Breaking Down

On August 8th 2022, the FBI raided the Mar-a-Lago, an estate of former United States President Donald Trump. The FBI was reportedly looking for classified documents "possibly" including nuclear codes. They waited a year and a half to decide a search warrant was necessary. Two weeks passed between the filing and the execution of the search warrant. Three days between approval of the search warrant and raid. Up to two dozen boxes were removed as evidence during the raid.

Why wait so long to recover these documents if they are so important? Why is it suddenly necessary to put on this spectacle? Trump was served a subpoena two months before the raid and documents were confiscated by the FBI. Trump claims he was cooperating with the FBI during the subpoena.

DA Merrick Garland announced that he ordered the search warrant. In response to those upset with the raid, Garland commented "let me address recent unfounded attacks on the professionalism of the FBI and Justice Department, agents, and prosecutors." Garland also commented "I will not stand by silently when their integrity is unfairly attacked. The men and women of the FBI and the Justice Department are dedicated, patriotic public servants." Joe Biden has been reported to have had no knowledge about the raid before it happened.

If Trump wasn't cooperating, how did they know exactly where to find the documents. The warrant allowed them to search the entire property, yet they didn't seem to have any trouble locating the documents. How did they open the safe? Everything happened while Trump was hundreds of miles away.

The warrant includes information that the investigation is about "potential obstruction" and "espionage act violations." Various sources claim that the documents could be considered as declassified despite not filling out official documentation. There doesn't seem to be any clear reporting as to what the documents are really about. There have been claims that the report Garland filed to obtain the warrant was falsified.

Trump commented that "these are dark times for our nation, as my beautiful home, Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, is currently under siege, raided, and occupied by a large group of FBI agents." Trump also commented "nothing like this has ever happened to a president of the United States before." What seems strange is that people keep focusing on things such as the "Russia hoax", impeachments, January 6, and now the Mar-a-Lago raid. Those who are for or against him talk little about the actual impact he had on this country and the world.

Nancy Pelosi commented that "nobody is above the law, not even the.. former president of the United States." Are Pelosi, Garland, or any of the "mainstream" news media reporters who as usual parroted virtually the exact same phrase not guilty of ever committing a crime? Paul Pelosi isn't responsible for the accident that seriously injured someone while he was under the influence of drugs and alcohol? No, he was found not guilty. Just as his judge was replaced with one who accepted money from him. A judge with no previous experience.

A week after the raid, there is talk that the documents seized in the raid were protected under attorney client privilege. Trump and his legal team have requested the return of the documents, but the Justice Department is in opposition claiming this would compromise the investigation. Left wing news media is ranting and raving, but fails to provide any evidence as to why he shouldn't aside from "it looks bad" or "some people who worked in the government during his administration didn't like his practices."

Republicans are calling the Justice Department to release the warrants affidavit. Again, the Justice Department is in opposition claiming this would compromise the investigation. While they deny taking attorney privileged documents, they within a week returned three passports. Next Thursday on the 25th, they will officially decide if affidavit information will be released, redacted, or not released at all.

This investigation has not yet reached the point where it may be considered a case. Trump isn't a defendant in the traditional sense. Trump and his legal team have been vocal that the affidavit should be released. What reason does the judge have to not release it? For one, it's the same judge that approved the raid which had technicalities from the start.

Tensions continue to rise in the US. People are move divided than ever while the government grows in power. The outcome of this investigation will change the way government operates. Popular conversation is that the FBI has riled up support for Trump to run again. Democrats are exhausting options to attack Trump with this desperate attempt. More people are voting Republican. Can we trust Trump and Republican party more than the Democrats and the Justice Department?

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House of Marley Stir It Up Lux Review (2023): Made for Beginners:
The Stir It Up Lux turntable was (mostly) easy for a vinyl newbie to set up—and it's a beauty to look at.

Lego Is a Company Haunted by Its Own Plastic:
While the toy brand kills its plans for an oil-free plastic alternative, it’s still pumping out billions of non-biodegradable bricks a year. Can Lego ever be sustainable?

Everything Should Be As Easy to Upgrade As the Steam Deck (2023):
The DIY days of making gadgets better and longer-lasting are long past—and possibly, hopefully, in the future.

Sweat Is Helping You Survive Climate Change:
It's gross. It’s sticky. Here’s the science of how it has already saved your life.

'The Creator' Review: It's AI That Wants to Save Humanity:
Gareth Edwards’ new sci-fi film invites audiences to cheer for artificial intelligence that affirms the value of human life.

How to Use ChatGPT’s New Image Features:
OpenAI’s new image analysis update for its chatbot is both impressive and frightening. Here’s how to use it, and some advice for your experiments.

Apple, Microsoft, and Google Just Fixed Multiple Zero-Day Flaws:
Plus: Mozilla patches 10 Firefox bugs, Cisco fixes a vulnerability with a rare maximum severity score, and SAP releases updates to stamp out three highly critical flaws.

17 Best Early October Prime Day Deals (2023): Headphones, Fitness Trackers, and WFH Gear:
Amazon’s Prime Big Deal Days shopping holiday is coming on October 10 and 11, but early discounts have kicked off.

5 Ways to Work Remotely (and Effectively) for the Long Haul:
Despite return-to-office mandates, workers have made it clear that remote work isn't going anywhere. Here's how to make the most of it while keeping your boss (and yourself) happy.

New York Needs to Get Spongier—or Get Used to More Floods:
Devastating deluges around the world point to the metropolis of tomorrow: the “sponge city.” Think more parks and fewer parking lots.

The 28 Best Shows on Amazon Prime Right Now:
From Jack Ryan to Gen V, these are our picks for what you should be watching on the streamer.

The 13 Best Movies on Amazon Prime Right Now:
From Red, White, and Royal Blue to A Million Miles Away, these are the must-watch films on the streamer.

Readers' Favorite recognizes "Road to Elysium" by Kay A. Oliver In Its annual International Book Award Contest:
"Road to Elysium" by Kay A. Oliver is a Silver Medalist

Bridge to Brighter Futures: A Fundraising Gala for Urban Education to Illuminate Pittsburgh:
CUBM gala pays tribute to local luminaries in education and community

Smartz Redefines Property Management Through Innovative Smart Device Integration:
Smartz Unveils Innovative Solutions for Streamlined Property Management

St. Elias Antiochian Orthodox Church Hosts 45th Annual Middle Eastern Festival:
St. Elias Antiochian Orthodox Church is proud to bring the exciting sights, sounds and flavors of the Middle East to Atlanta during its 45th annual Middle Eastern Festival on October 21, 2023, from 11 am to 11 pm.

Ventana Research Releases Buyers Guide for DataOps:
Independent analysis of software rates technology providers on products that address key elements of DataOps and business intelligence software across seven product and customer experience evaluation categories.

Blanca Lorena Villarreal Guerra, PhD Celebrated for Dedication to the Field of Robotics Engineering:
Dr. Blanca Villarreal Guerra channels years of expertise into her work with DigiPen Institute of Technology

Kiranmayee Dhavala Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Superior Leadership in the Bioinformatics Field:
Kiranmayee Dhavala excels at data-driven marketing, strategic project planning and execution

Stefanie Lambert Celebrated for Dedication to the Field of Law:
Stefanie Lambert lends years of expertise to her work with The Law Office of Stefanie L. Lambert, PLLC

Christopher Richardson Dougall, CFA Celebrated for Dedication to the Financial Industry:
Christopher R. Dougall lends years of expertise to his current role with C.C. Dunnavan & Co.

David A. Wilkinson has been Inducted into the Prestigious Marquis Who's Who Biographical Registry:
David A. Wilkinson is recognized for his expertise as an adjunct professor of cybersecurity and risk management for the Boston College's Woods College of Advancing Studies and senior corporate consultant at The Bellwether Group

Kelly L. Yetzer has been Inducted into the Prestigious Marquis Who's Who Biographical Registry:
Ms. Kelly L. Yetzer is noted for her success in permanent makeup artistry as a salon owner and educator

Yosef H. Lee, Esq. Recognized for Excellence in Law:
Yosef H. Lee, Esq. is an attorney at law with Your Lifestyle Equity Partners

Clinton B. Laird Celebrated for Creative and Commercial Innovation:
Clinton B. Laird is an author and retired senior distribution supervisor for Silicon Valley Power

Liya Hussmann Rogers has been Inducted into the Prestigious Marquis Who's Who Biographical Registry:
Ms. Liya Hussmann Rogers is honored for her success and tenure in family law

Marquis Who's Who Selects Suvarchala Kiranmai Avvari for Expertise in Pharmaceuticals and Drug Development:
Dr. Suvarchala Kiranmai Avvari has found success as a scientist II at Simulations Plus Inc.

Glenn van Kooijk Recognized by Marquis Who's Who for Excellence in Solutions Architecture:
Glenn van Kooijk has devoted his life to finding technological solutions to business problems

Robert J. Rhudy, JD, Recognized by Marquis Who's Who:
Robert J. Rhudy serves as an expert in mediation, facilitation, strategic planning and legal counsel

Curtis Brown Celebrated for Dedication to the Fields of Mediation and Law:
Curtis Brown channels years of expertise into his work with Strategic Mediations

Andrea Michaelson Celebrated for Dedication to the Field of Interior Design:
Andrea Michaelson channels years of expertise into her work with Andrea Michaelson Design

Brittany S. Dodson, PharmD, has been Inducted into the Prestigious Marquis Who's Who Biographical Registry:
Brittany S. Dodson is recognized for her expertise as a hospital pharmacist with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Benjamin Levitt Celebrated for Dedication to the Energy Industry:
Benjamin Levitt channels years of expertise into his work with Zap Energy

Peng Jia Honored by Marquis Who's Who for Advancement of the International Thermal Spray Industry:
Peng Jia is an innovative entrepreneur and global business presence

Michael T. Eskew has been Inducted into the Prestigious Marquis Who's Who Biographical Registry:
Michael T. Eskew is recognized for his expert leadership of a SONIC Drive-In

Ventana Research Announces the 16th Annual Digital Leadership Awards Finalists:
Annual awards highlight technology leaders across business and IT

Rogue Space Systems Corporation Appoints Chris Hearsey as Chief Strategy Officer:
Hearsey will fortify the company's strategic initiatives and propel it towards uncharted territories in space exploration and utilization.

Lone Star Best Insurance: Your Reliable Partner for Comprehensive Protection:
Your Trusted Partner for Personalized Insurance Solutions and Unmatched Customer Care

Nurturing Healthcare Leaders of Tomorrow: Estela Arco Scholarship Seeks Passionate Students Committed to Healthcare Excellence:
Boca Raton Florida's Estela Arco Gives Back With Scholarship Fund

Shanelle Gray-Faulkner "Sister of Ariel Winter" Launches a New Non-Censored Podcast Titled 'Can't Take it All Back' Available October 2nd on All Streaming Platforms:
Los Angeles respected Complete Talent Management CEO Shanelle Gray-Faulkner is coming from behind the lens and stepping in front of the mic to launch a mind blowing podcast speaking on entertainment experiences, mental health and industry secrets.