FBI Framed Trump and Staged Fake Evidence in Mar-a-Lago Raid

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We’ve known from the very beginning that the raid on Mar-a-Lago was unconstitutional and illegal. As we keep learning new information about the raid, it just keeps getting worse.

We now have confirmation that the FBI staged the viral photograph of documents with those “Top Secret” and “Classified” marking on them. The whole thing was a set-up!

If you’re the FBI and you’re going to raid Mar-a-Lago, what would you bring along with you? We know that they brought their guns, since the agents were authorized to use deadly force in what was really an assassination attempt on America’s real president.

But they also brought all those “Top Secret” cover sheets with them.

Why would you bring something like that unless you planned to stage a photograph for the fake news media?

 

The documents in that viral photograph probably weren’t even classified ones. They just scattered a bunch of papers on the floor and then placed the “Classified” cover sheets on top of them.

This isn’t speculation or theory. The FBI and Jack Smith’s team of rabid, anti-Trump prosecutors have now admitted to this in court filings.

They brought the cover sheets with them, in case Trump wasn’t at home and they were unable to assassinate him.

The current FBI is the most corrupt federal agency that we have in Washington, DC—and that’s saying something!

Watch as Tim Pool reveals that latest bombshell information about the illegal raid on Mar-a-Lago…


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