Posted BY: Daniel R. Street

After the highly politicized raid on President Trump’s personal residence at Mar-a-Lago by the Biden Department of Justice, Fake News Media kicked into high gear to justify it.  Chief among the legacy media culprits is The Washington Post.  In an article published on August 11, 2022, The Washington Post claimed that the FBI had searched former President Trump’s home looking for nuclear documents.  This article claimed that “classified documents relating to nuclear weapons were among the items FBI agents sought” in the search.  The alleged “sources” for the article were “people familiar with the investigation.”

The Washington Post followed up on this article on September 6, 2022, with another piece claiming that nuclear secrets were among the classified documents seized by the FBI in the raid.  This article claimed that a document “describing a foreign government’s military defenses, including its military capabilities” was seized in the raid.  The alleged source or sources for this article were “people familiar with the probe.”

The Post followed that report on November 14, 2022, with yet another anonymously sourced report claiming that investigators believe that Trump’s ego prompted him to keep classified documents after he left office, though according to “people familiar with the matter,” thus far, no indications have been found that Trump tried to sell or use government secrets.

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