Intel Officials Reveal What FBI Was Really After in Mar-a-Lago Raid


Many theories have been put forward about why the FBI raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Florida was conducted. It was a fishing expedition. Was the raid intended to cover up for documents being sought on January 6th? One report claims that Trump had top-secret documents relating to nuclear weapons.

Anonymous intelligence officers informed Newsweek that they knew exactly the FBI’s requirements: documents related to the Russian collusion hoax also known as Operation Crossfire Hurricane.

According to one official, Trump was particularly interested in Russia hoax and the wrongdoings of the deep state. “I believe that he believed, which I also agree, that these facts were facts the American people ought to know.”

Newsweek reported that documents were sought to address intelligence issues of interest to the former president. These documents also contain material Trump believed would exonerate Trump from any Russian collusion or other election-related charges.

This is a fascinating development for two reasons.

The Trump-Russia collusion claims have been long disproven. These documents, which Trump had already released, were so interesting to the FBI, that they raided Trump’s home in an unprecedented raid.

This leads us to the second reason why this leak is so interesting. This week, we learned that the FBI unit responsible for the raid was also responsible for the Trump-Russia collusion hoax investigation.

This could indicate that the FBI attempted to hide its involvement in the Trump-Russia hoax. This sounds like it.