It’s no exaggeration to say that Americans are outraged over Biden’s DOJ. In a shocking and unprecedented move, the FBI raided Trump’s home. We haven’t been told many details as to why they would take such drastic steps. Trump is fighting back, saying they violated his 4th Amendment rights.
A fight is going on over the release of the affidavit the FBI used to acquire a search warrant. We might learn that they had no real probable cause to raid his home. But what about Joe Biden’s role in all this? The White House immediately claimed it had no knowledge of the raid. Given the circumstances, few believed that.
And now, we have the proof the administration was lying.
Long before it professed no prior knowledge of the raid on Donald Trump’s estate, the Biden White House worked directly with the Justice Department and National Archives to instigate the criminal probe into alleged mishandling of documents, allowing the FBI to review evidence retrieved from Mar-a-Lago this spring and eliminating the 45th president’s claims to executive privilege, according to contemporaneous government documents reviewed by Just the News.
The memos show then-White House Deputy Counsel Jonathan Su was engaged in conversations with the FBI, DOJ and National Archives as early as April, shortly after 15 boxes of classified and other materials were voluntarily returned to the federal historical agency from Trump’s Florida home.
By May, Su conveyed to the Archives that President Joe Biden would not object to waiving his predecessor’s claims to executive privilege, a decision that opened the door for DOJ to get a grand jury to issue a subpoena compelling Trump to turn over any remaining materials he possessed from his presidency. [Source: Just the News]
Well, it looks like the Biden administration is scrambling. Because they just offered up this White House Deputy Counsel Jonathan Su up on the chopping block. Newly revealed memos and emails show that Su worked with the FBI and National Archives, paving the way for them to launch an investigation and the raid.
Su claimed that Joe Biden would not object to waiving Trump’s claim to executive privilege, something that has long shielded presidents from this kind of treatment. This means, that at least some in the administration knew about the FBI’s intentions—perhaps even Biden himself.
This news tells us that the White House was aware of the FBI’s agenda and helped them move forward with it. That contradicts the recent claim that the White House had “no knowledge” of the investigation and the raid.
But the backlash from this raid has appeared to terrify the administration. The DOJ and FBI quickly pointed fingers at each other, giving conflicting statements. Now, it seems the White House is trying to pin this all on Su, who might take the fall to protect Biden.
It’s very unlikely for someone like Su to be speaking for Biden, without Biden knowing about it. They can throw this man under the bus all they want, but this stinks to high heaven. Biden’s DOJ launched an attack against a political rival—and Biden might have known about it.
Um… impeachment, anyone?