Conservative Media Executive Nails ‘Panicking’ DOJ on 3 Big Mar-a-Lago Lies
A week and a day after the FBI raid on former President Donald Trump’s home in South Florida, the American public is still in the dark about too much of what is going on in their own government.
But one thing was apparent from the beginning, and it’s getting clearer by the day:
The truth about the Mar-a-Lago mission is not coming from President Joe Biden’s Justice Department — or Attorney General Merrick Garland.
In a Twitter post published late Monday, Sean Davis, CEO and co-founder of The Federalist, sketched out three ways Garland and his Justice Department, with the bootlicking cooperation of the mainstream media, have been actively deceiving the people they’re supposed to serve.
It’s an ugly picture.
“DOJ is panicking,” Davis wrote. “First, Garland claimed the warrant was narrow. That was a lie. Then Garland claimed DOJ would only speak through court filings. That was a lie, as these leaks prove. DOJ claimed the raid was URGENT! Also a lie, since Garland piddled around for weeks beforehand.”
That’s brutal, but it’s also accurate.
The propagandists of the liberal media might quibble with some of the verbiage. In his hair-splitting, robotic statement to the news media on Thursday, Garland didn’t actually say outright that the search of Trump’s home was “narrow,” he simply implied in such a way that any reasonable American would assume that’s exactly what he was saying.
“Where possible, it is standard practice to seek less intrusive means as an alternative to a search, and do narrowly scope any search that was undertaken,” the attorney general told his country, with nary a quiver in his throat.