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From: ElDotardo


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From: ElDotardo


America under fascism . . .

The Democrat Stasi's raid on Mar-A-Lago 

Here’s your chance to discuss what happened at Mar-A-Lago today, along with a few quick thoughts of my own.

We still don’t know what’s in the search warrant but, as of now, it seems as if Garland got a judge to issue the equivalent of a general warrant. That was a warrant that a judge would issue to one of the king’s officers, allowing him to search anything at any time. The abuse of general warrants was one of the main issues leading to the American Revolution.

This also has a strong whiff of Lavrentiy Beria’s famous saying: “Show me the man and I’ll show you the crime.” In the old America, first you would have to have sufficient evidence of a crime to justify a search warrant.

In the new America, Joe Biden’s America, after failing with impeachments and January 6 hearings, you get the general warrant, grab every scrap of paper you can find, and then piece them together to create something that bears a vague resemblance to a crime. Take it before a D.C. grand jury, get an indictment, and then get a D.C. jury to convict. You know it will be overturned on appeal (unless you’ve packed the Supreme Court) but that doesn’t matter. You will have sidelined Trump forever:



Mission accomplished.

And one other thing: The White House is risibly claiming it knew nothing about this. I’m sure Biden didn’t know anything about it, because he’s a bad version of a ventriloquist’s dummy but do you really believe Ron Klain wasn’t in on this? I mean, no matter how biased Garland’s justice department is, do you see him going after a former and future president without approval from the boss’s puppet master?

What do you think about all of this? Who

Your boy is going down. Rule of law. Deal with it.


From: ElDotardo


Yes, let's.

Has the DOJ issued a statement yet? No? Wonder why? No, I suppose not, you're too busy creamin' your jeans. Enjoy the moment Davey, it won't last.


When the DOJ or FBI serve warrants, they don't make public announcements or statements. Everything you hear is from those served or those near to those served. A search like this is not public information until there are charges and court dates. 

8th grade civics. 


From: ElDotardo


Yeah, they do.

First year law school.


The FBI has immediately leaked the details of the raid on Mar A Lago to The New York Times. But yeah, it’s not political. If you don’t see the Rubicon that is being crossed by the FBI conducting a raid on a former and likely future political opponent’s home, I can’t help you. 

The president with the lowest approval ratings in our lives just had his department of justice’s FBI raid the private home of the leading candidate to replace him in the next election. 
Whether or not you're a fan of Donald Trump, you should realize this is dangerous territory.
  • Edited August 9, 2022 11:37 am  by  ElDotardo

Name one example of the DOJ or FBI announcing the warrant or purpose there of in public. 

Just one, any one will do. 

By the way, before ANY news agency, including the NYT, announced the serving of the warrant, big mouth cry baby Trump did on "Truth" Social. The news agencies all followed up on that. Trump is the "leak". 


From: ElDotardo


Do your own research, fool. In the mean time, why don't you share your 8th grade insight with one of your own . . .