Corruption, Government, Politics, Trump

Trump Setup Exposed: Bombshell Evidence Rocks Classified Docs!

In Florida this week, Judge Aileen Cannon made a significant move by unsealing a collection of documents that Jack Smith had vehemently fought to keep hidden. What these documents reveal could have far-reaching implications. Among the unsealed materials were detailed exhibits, motions, and filings that shed light on the intricate communications between the Biden White House and the National Archives and Records Administration in the lead-up to Trump’s indictment.

Investigative journalist Julie Kelly delved into the documents and uncovered a revelation that could change the narrative entirely. One crucial piece of testimony came from an FBI agent who revealed that the General Services Administration (GSA) had possession of Trump’s boxes in Virginia before instructing Trump’s team to retrieve them.

Julie Kelly highlighted this development, noting the curious event of an entire pallet of boxes, previously held by the GSA outside of DC, being delivered to Mar-a-Lago. These boxes reportedly contained papers marked with ‘classified’ labels, raising questions about how classified information ended up in Trump’s possession.

The implications of this revelation are significant. Trump had initially blamed the GSA for packing the boxes containing classified documents, only to later face accusations of stealing them. This sequence of events led to the FBI raiding his Mar-a-Lago residence in August 2022, a move that many now view as a setup orchestrated by the Biden administration.

Tom Fitton, founder of Judicial Watch, emphasized the orchestrated nature of these events, suggesting that Trump was set up from the beginning. Additionally, revelations about Biden having stored classified information in his garage for years, attributing it to staffers’ actions, further highlight the double standards in how these matters are handled.

While these developments don’t conclusively prove that the Biden administration framed Trump in the classified documents case, they do raise serious questions about the administration’s conduct. The lack of a review of materials by the GSA before instructing Trump’s team to collect the boxes raises concerns about due diligence, particularly regarding sensitive classified information.

The controversy underscores broader concerns about the politicization of legal processes and the potential abuse of power within government agencies. The questions raised by these revelations demand thorough investigation and transparency to uphold the integrity of the legal system.

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