Although most Americans watched day after day as the Democrats attacked and criticized former President Donald Trump, nothing compared to when the FBI decided to raid his property in Florida. Luckily, at the time of the raid, Trump was in New York at his Trump Tower. Still, with orders in hand, the FBI spent around 9 hours scouring through every corner and closet of the property. They ransacked Barron Trump’s room while sifting through the personal belongings in Melania Trump’s closest. Since the raid in early August, the FBI claimed that Trump had classified documents in his possession. While still being disputed, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley recently discussed how the FBI was being abused and used as nothing more than a weapon for the Justice Department.
Again, the FBI came under heavy criticism not long after the Trump raid. The agency was accused of working alongside the Biden administration and Democrats to continue their efforts to crush the man Joe Biden deemed MAGA King. Focusing more on the director of the FBI, Chris Wray, and AG Merrick Garland, Hawley admitted they both should have resigned.
In the video above, Senator Josh Hawley stated, “I can just tell you from the whistleblowers that I’ve seen from Senator Grassley, who have come to him about how the FBI is being abused, how this Justice Department is using it to go after Trump, how they’re using it to try to shield Hunter Biden. We’ve had whistleblowers come forward and say the Biden administration lied about the Afghan refugees, that we actually have hundreds, hundreds of potential terrorists in this country because they didn’t vet the Afghan refugees. They brought them into the country and just released them.”
Unloading all this information to Sean Hannity, the Senator added, “We’ve had whistleblowers come forward about how the DHS lied about the disinformation board. It’s across the board, Sean. I mean, we’re seeing this in all the different agencies. And the consistent theme is the Biden people are abusing the law, they’re abusing the procedures, and they’re doing it to go after their political opponents. They’re doing it to try to cover their own tracks. And it’s wrong.”
As mentioned above, the Republican didn’t forget about the FBI director and Attorney General. For both, he declared, “Both of them should go. [Christopher Wray and Merrick Garland] They should both have resigned a long time ago. They should have been fired. And as to the attorney general, I believe that he should be removed if he will not step down.”
While Republicans attack the FBI, according to Bill Barr, the Department of Justice has almost enough information on Donald Trump to indict him. “I think they’re getting very close to that point, frankly.”