FBI Verification Reveals Our Deep-Set Concerns Are Valid

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been under scrutiny lately, with some critics calling for its dissolution. They argue that the organization’s actions are reminiscent of secret police agencies in Communist countries during the Cold War, or even the Gestapo during World War II. While the reasons behind these allegations may vary, the consensus among these critics is that the FBI needs to be dismantled and its functions transferred to private detective agencies or militias.

A recent case presided over by Judge Aileen M. Cannon of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, involving documents related to former President Trump, brought this issue into sharp focus. A previously sealed search warrant was unsealed, revealing explicit instructions for the FBI and its Special Weapons Assault forces:

  1. To bring their most powerful weapons,
  2. To prepare for a potential clash with Trump’s Secret Service detail,
  3. To ensure trained emergency medical personnel accompany them, similar to military medics and corpsmen, and
  4. To have a designated hospital ready in case anyone requires trauma care.

The FBI adhered strictly to these guidelines. However, reactions varied widely. Critics like Erick-Woods Erickson questioned the necessity of such a warrant while Attorney General Merrick Garland defended it as “standard procedure.” Interestingly enough, Erickson also suggested that Garland should lose his job over this due to poor public perception.

Further controversy arose when one of Special Counsel Jack Smith’s prosecutors requested a gag order against Trump after he insinuated that law enforcement might have intentionally tried to harm him.

The FBI justified their actions by stating they had real concerns that Trump or someone close to him could potentially attack their agents with common household items such as kitchen utensils or gym equipment.

This leads us to question: Who truly suffers from paranoia in this situation?

In an unexpected twist, it seems that Silicon Valley billionaires, who previously supported the Democratic Party, are now prepared to financially back Trump. This shift suggests a change in their relationship with Democratic administrations and a reluctance to accept government contracts in the future.

Former Gov. Phil Bryant (R-Miss.), Trump’s Mississippi campaign finance director, revealed a chilling reason why some people are apprehensive about donating to Trump’s campaign – they fear a visit from the FBI.

And, I tell them, think of what you just said. If you make a legitimate honest campaign contribution to the Republican nominee for president, the FBI will come to your door. And they acknowledge that’s a reality in the United States of America.

What type of government are we living under today? Jim Hoft (The Gateway Pundit), in his report on the Mississippi scared-donor story, compared the FBI to the Staatssicherheitsdienst (Stasi) of the Cold War-era Deutsche Demokratische Republik (German Democratic Republic, or “East Germany”). He might have been more accurate to compare it to the Geheime Staatspolizei (Secret State Police), or Gestapo. Or even to the Third Chief Directorate of the Komitet Gosudarstvennoye Bezopasnosti (Committee for State Security), or KGB).

The FBI’s “standard operating procedures” seem to be applied inconsistently, as evidenced by a parallel case involving classified documents in Biden’s possession. Despite Biden’s case being arguably more serious – he was Vice-President, not President, and had no authority to possess these documents – Merrick Garland tried to argue that the warrant for Biden’s home included the same “boilerplate” deadly-force authority.

People have been demanding evidence to support this claim since it was made, but when Jack Smith and his team filed their motion, they did not provide any such details.

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