Friday, August 19, 2022

Well, it's not like the law matters anymore in the USSA

 The FBI's raid is still part of the "early stages" of the investigation.  In other words, they raiding his house desperately looking for anything they could use against him, because they don't have shit.

During the hearing to determine if any of the documents used to get a warrant to raid Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home, prosecutors told the judge that the investigation was in its “early stages” and argued to keep all of their documents secret for fear of giving the former president’s lawyers a “roadmap” to their case.

Nope.  Sorry.  This is the same FBI that lied and criminally altered evidence in order to obtain FISA warrants to spy on then-candidate Trump.  They're fucking liars.  I don't believe a damn word they say.  NOBODY should believe a damn word they say.  Put everything out in the open so that we can all see how the DNC's Gestapo validated their illegal raid.

Later, anti-Trump prosecutors showed atypical humility and admitted that, yes, they’d “over collected” documents such as Trump’s passports and privileged documents between Trump and his attorneys. This is no small thing. This is enough to get evidence and possibly the whole case thrown out by a judge. Fruits of the poisonous tree and all that. If agents had an appropriately tailored search warrant and had the judge bothered to look at the underlying documents, then privileged documents that were clearly out of the scope of the warrant wouldn’t have been confiscated. That is unless Trump and his attorneys were scoring crack, smoking meth, doing deals to get raw materials to make lithium batteries for the Chi-coms, and getting payoffs from the Ukrainians and Russkies. Wait, sorry, that’s Hunter Biden and The Big Guy.

Dismantle the FBI.  Just do away with it.  Farm out important bits and pieces to other agencies, do away with the rest, and then demolish the FBI building in D.C. and turn it into a memorial for victims of government abuse.  I mean, it's not like the building is worth more than what you could get for the scrap from it's demo.  It's an ugly, Soviet-style block of concrete.  When you compare it to much of the architecture in D.C., it's like a turd dropped on a paper plate and left in the middle of the room.  It's a villain's lair without any of the charm.

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