(From enVolve - READ ORIGINAL)
FBI Director Christopher Wray had an FBI informant infiltrate former President Donald Trump’s home to spy on him and his associates.
The informant allegedly told his FBI masters where Trump was storing various documents in a possible violation of the Presidential Records Act.
This alone should be reason enough for Wray to be criminally prosecuted.
The raid on Mar-a-Lago was based largely on information from an FBI confidential human source, one who was able to identify what classified documents former President Trump was still hiding and even the location of those documents, two senior government officials told Newsweek.
The officials, who have direct knowledge of the FBI’s deliberations and were granted anonymity in order to discuss sensitive matters, said the raid of Donald Trump’s Florida residence was deliberately timed to occur when the former president was away.
FBI decision-makers in Washington and Miami thought that denying the former president a photo opportunity or a platform from which to grandstand (or to attempt to thwart the raid) would lower the profile of the event, says one of the sources, a senior Justice Department official who is a 30-year veteran of the FBI.
The President has the power to declassify anything he pleases for any reason. The regime simply wants to claim he violated the Presidential Records Act in order to try and bar him from running for office.
As Newsweek noted, there’s a provision in the act which states:
“Whoever, having the custody of any such record, proceeding, map, book, document, paper, or other thing, willfully and unlawfully conceals, removes, mutilates, obliterates, falsifies, or destroys the same, shall be fined” $2,000, up to three years in prison or “shall forfeit his office and be disqualified from holding any office under the United States.”
The FBI is openly admitting to the press through two senior officials that they sent an informant into our President’s home and they’re acting like it was no big deal and totally legit.
Everyone involved in this operation needs to be brought up on charges.