Numerous Unsealed Filings Released In Trump Doc Case

In a shocking revelation, court documents have shown that the Biden administration authorized the use of deadly force during the FBI’s raid on former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in August 2022. This raid was part of an investigation into Trump’s handling of classified records.

The FBI, following their standard protocol, included a policy statement in their search warrant. This policy allows law enforcement officers to use deadly force if necessary. The FBI assured Fox News that this was a routine procedure and that no special measures were taken for this particular raid.

“The FBI followed standard protocol in this search as we do for all search warrants, which includes a standard policy statement limiting the use of deadly force. No one ordered additional steps to be taken, and there was no departure from the norm in this matter,” said the FBI in a statement.

Biden, of course, has no repercussions for his actions.

An “Operations Order” revealed during Special Counsel Jack Smith’s investigation showed that the FBI aimed to seize “classified information, NDI, and US Government records” from Mar-a-Lago. This order also outlined that agents would carry “Standard Issue Weapons,” “Ammo,” “Handcuffs,” and “medium and large sized bolt cutters.” However, they were instructed to wear “unmarked polo or collared shirts” and to keep their “law enforcement equipment concealed.”

Trump, who was in a New York City courtroom for his criminal trial linked to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s investigation into alleged business record falsification, responded with strong words.

On his Truth Social platform, Trump wrote, “WOW! I just came out of the Biden Witch Hunt Trial in Manhattan, the ‘Icebox,’ and was shown Reports that Crooked Joe Biden’s DOJ, in their Illegal and UnConstitutional Raid of Mar-a-Lago, AUTHORIZED THE FBI TO USE DEADLY (LETHAL) FORCE. NOW WE KNOW, FOR SURE, THAT JOE BIDEN IS A SERIOUS THREAT TO DEMOCRACY.” He continued by calling Biden “mentally unfit to hold office” and suggesting the 25th Amendment should be invoked.

Trump has pleaded not guilty to all 37 felony charges from Smith’s probe, which include willful retention of national defense information, conspiracy to obstruct justice, and false statements. Additionally, he faces three more counts from a superseding indictment: one count of willful retention of national defense information and two obstruction counts.

The trial, which was initially scheduled to begin on May 20, has been postponed indefinitely by Judge Aileen Cannon of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

This revelation has further fueled the fire of controversy surrounding the Biden administration and its handling of Trump-related investigations. Many conservatives view this as yet another example of political persecution against Trump.

The authorization of deadly force for a raid on a former President’s residence raises serious concerns about the lengths to which the Biden administration is willing to go. This incident has sparked a renewed call for accountability and transparency from those in power.