Donald Trump and supporters of his America First agenda are no longer safe as the federal government continues its biased crackdown against anyone who dared question the 2020 presidential election results.
The Jan. 6 House Select Committee is currently in the process of convincing Americans of Donald Trump’s malfeasance in his attempt to overturn the 2020 election, but anyone whose brain isn’t infected with Trump Derangement Syndrome can clearly see that the actions taken by the Trump administration would be taken by any incumbent.
Elected officials both Democrat and Republican have challenged elections in the past, but there is one thing that differentiates Trump from the rest.
Unlike other politicians who challenge elections, the Deep State wasn’t hellbent on removing them from office for good, as with Trump.
Thus the Jan. 6 ‘insurrection’ was born!
FBI agents were present that day posing as Trump-supporting protestors in the hopes of ramping up violence and influencing other protestors to enter the Capitol Building illegally — all with the help of the Capitol Police. Nancy Pelosi also deliberately called off National Guard troops, who were called up to help with security, knowing a more violent scene will help the Democrats’ case in the future.
Cut to today, and a series of Soviet-style show trials depicting Donald Trump’s supposedly criminal activity pertaining to overturning the 2020 election, when in reality he just wanted a fair shot at victory. Federal agents have now begun a massive crackdown on former Trump officials and protestors who were present that day in Washington.
Federal agents searched the home of a former Trump Justice Department official involved in attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
The home of Jeffrey Clark in Lorton, Virginia, was raided on Wednesday. Clark played a key role in Donald Trump’s efforts to snuff out instances of election fraud. The Former President relied on Clark to get more Justice Department officials working on a solution to correct the fraudulent election.
A spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington confirmed that there was law enforcement activity “in that area yesterday” but declined to provide further information.
Clark, who was the head of the DOJ’s civil division during the Trump administration, has been connected to a proposal to intervene in Georgia’s certification process after multiple credible instances of fraud were exposed.
Remember that mysterious pipe burst just as votes were being counted? How about that time when Georgia election officials complained of being ‘tired’ and were granted to go home to ‘nap’? Does that all sound like typical behavior during a presidential election?
Clark was subpoenaed by the Jan. 6 committee last October for his testimony and records to provide a clearer picture of his role in efforts at the Justice Department and who in the administration was involved.
It’s not clear what federal agents were searching for in Clark’s home.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth