Search warrant details on Trump’s home reveal BROAD FBI search parameters

by Summer Lane

Photo: Alamy

The search warrant details and property receipt from the FBI’s raid on President Donald Trump’s home were released on Friday, prompting Trump supporters and conservative commentators across the board to take notice.

The “property to be seized” at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida included the following:

  • “Any physical documents with classification markings, along with any containers/boxes (including any other contents) in which such documents are located, as well as any other containers/boxes that are collectively stored or found together with the aforementioned documents and containers/boxes;
  • Information, including communications in any form, regarding the retrieval, storage, or transmission of national defense information or classified material;
  • Any government and/or Presidential Records created between January 20, 2017, and January 20, 2021;
  • Any evidence of the knowing alteration, destruction, or concealment of any government and/or Presidential Records, or of any documents with classification markings.”

Charlie Kirk, the president of Turning Point USA, commented on Truth Social regarding U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland’s claim that the investigation on President Trump was “narrow.”

Kirk said, “The warrant reveals that the FBI Agents who raided Mar-a-Lago had authority to seize ‘Any government and/or Presidential Records created between January 20, 2017 and January 20, 2021.’ His entire term in office. This was not narrow. This was a fishing expedition.”

The “Receipt for Property” included in the search materials further included a list of items retrieved from Trump’s private residence. The itemized list includes boxes of documents and photos.

Senior Editor of Human Events Jack Posobiec commented on the warrant materials, pointing out, “We still do not have the affidavit.”

Further, the President of Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton, stated on Friday in a tweet, “@JudicialWatch continues to seek underlying affidavit. DOJ has until Monday to explain to court its position on the release of this material.”

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