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Former President Donald J. Trump took to Truth Social on Monday to announce something new appears to be amiss, among a series of questionable events conducted on behalf of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) regarding the raid on his home in Mar-a-Lago.

“In the raid by the FBI of Mar-A-Lago, they stole my three Passports (one expired), along with everything else,” he wrote.

The FBI claimed to have taken only materials related to national security and anything considered classified information.

If the FBI took possession of Trump’s passport without appropriate provisions set forth by the court order, however, the agency could be in violation of the Fourth Amendment.

The search warrant, granted by an Epstein-connected Judge (Bruce Reinhart), only allowed the FBI to confiscate evidence as it pertains to why they conducted the raid in the first place — which is still unclear. Therefore, if they failed to abide by the standard set forth in the warrant, Trump may have a lawsuit against the federal government.

The information included below shows the materials authorized — under the search warrant — for confiscation:

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According to the document above, the FBI’s taking of the president’s passport is not something that was a part of the initial warrant. It is unclear whether or not added exemptions were made after the original warrant was drafted; however, on the authority of the information that is publicly available, that didn’t occur.


This news comes as no shock to many on the right, as it would appear that this was simply the weaponizing of federal law enforcement agents in an effort to target conservatives, as has become so commonplace.

A factually unwarranted raid, followed by specifically searching through a former first lady’s wardrobe and now impounding a president’s passport — looks like the preamble to the U.S.’s decline into devolving into a banana republic.

Many Americans are greatly confused about why this investigation was allowed to manifest itself, let alone how it was carried out.

Mainstream media outlets are doing their best to cover up the hole in this ridiculous narrative but unfortunately, the elitist ship is sinking faster than those aboard can bucket out the water. The most damning blows to the establishment, in fact, have yet to come. The far-left has little to no shot at justifying the raid and has even faced outcries from several key Democrats, as the list continues to mount.

One thing is clear. This is just the beginning of a very long and painstaking road to finding out just how corrupt the United States government has become, and what measures might be necessary if everyday Americans want their country and their hard-fought freedoms back.