The primary reason the Attorney General and FBI are being pushed to disclose why the search was necessary is because of the deep mistrust of the FBI and DOJ when it comes to all things Trump - such as the Crossfire Hurricane and Mueller investigations.

Aug 11, 2022 · 7:48 PM UTC

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What I am looking for is the predicate for the search. Was the information provided to the judge sufficient and necessary to authorize a raid on the former president’s home within ninety days of the midterm election?
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I am urging, actually insisting, the DOJ and the FBI lay their cards on the table as to why this course of action was necessary. Until that is done the suspicion will continue to mount.
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After Crossfire Hurricane and the Mueller investigation, where FISA Court rebuked the FBI and DOJ for failing to disclose exculpatory material, there is no benefit of the doubt when it comes to investigating President Trump.
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Half the country believes that when it comes to President Trump there are no rules. They have lost faith in the system. The only way to address that problem is full disclosure of the facts and circumstances which led to this unprecedented action.
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Replying to @LindseyGrahamSC
Merrick Garland should've been on the Supreme Court. The fact he's been so careful & thorough as Attorney-General is a credit to him as a professional. He follows the rule of law, even when it affects the powerful. Very thankful for his bravery & resolution at this moment in time
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So when will Hu ter be indicted? Or The Big Guy, for that matter?
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Replying to @LindseyGrahamSC
Lindsey thinks that Trump should be above the law.
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Replying to @LindseyGrahamSC
All the yapping you and the GOP politicians did in the last 72 hours not looking so great now. WILL TRUMP TRY TO BLOCK THE RELEASE??
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