The “mask” of “national security” is being used by the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to avoid public transparency in their execution of a raid on President Trump’s private residence at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, according to one of his lawyers, Christina Bobb.
“I believe that this is a case where they’re looking for a way to easily prosecute President Trump,” Bobb said in an interview with RSBN’s Brian Glenn. She stated:
“They want to get away with it in the name of national security, because they can hide things from the public and claim, ‘We can’t tell you,’ because it’s privileged or confidential information subject to national security concerns. So they’ll just prosecute the most popular … president in American history under a cloak-and-dagger scenario. It’s a cover-up. They’re attempting to hide what they’re doing and prevent the general population from knowing about it, and it’s unethical.”
“I believe that this is an instance in which DOJ and the FBI under Biden’s administration is merely attempting to criminalize and really punish their predecessors, which we see in dictatorships and third-world countries. It suggests that a country is on the downturn when a new leader prosecutes its predecessor. So it isn’t a good image for us as a nation right now. But I don’t think the Biden administration or crazed Democrats in control now care about what we look like. All they care about is power, and they’re prepared to do anything to get it.”
“It’s possible that the FBI might have planted evidence against Donald Trump,” Glenn inquired. “They’re not above planting evidence, but I don’t think they need to go as far,” Bobb said.
“Joe Biden is attempting to negate his competition for 2024 by going after Donald Trump,” Bobb concluded. “It’s depraved, it’s unlawful, and it has to be addressed.”
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