Although the future is a mystery for former President Donald Trump as he has yet to announce whether he will run again in 2024, the Democrats and especially the Biden administration have used every resource available to them to tarnish his legacy. The mainstream media criticized him, Joe Biden suggested his followers were MAGA extremists, and let’s not forget about the FBI raiding his property in Florida. With each passing month, it seems that the Democrats are hurling new accusations at the Republican, hoping to end his future in Washington, D.C. But while the Biden administration might have the FBI on their side, it appears a federal judge struck down a motion to make Trump provide final objections on the raid.

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According to Fox News, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon decided to dismiss the ruling by the Special Master Raymond Dearie. “Last week, Dearie asked the Trump team that by no later than Sept. 30 to provide a declaration of the affidavit that includes a list of any specific items in the property inventory that they assert were not seized from the premises; a list of items that were seized but to which the description of the contents or the location of the item was incorrect; and a list and description of any item that Trump’s legal team asserts was seized but is not listed in the property receipt.”

At the time, Raymond Dearie wrote in the instructions, “This submission shall be plaintiff’s final opportunity to raise any factual dispute as to the completeness and accuracy of the Detailed property inventory.”

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Discussing her recent order, Judge Cannon explained, “The Court’s Appointment Order did not contemplate that obligation; Defendant since has complied with the requirement to attest to its now-revised inventory and the parties and the Special Master are situated to proceed forward with the process pending exchange of the actual materials. Should any additional matters surface during the Special Master’s review process that require reconsideration of the inventory or the need to object to its contents, the parties shall make those matters known to the Special Master for appropriate resolution and recommendation to this Court.”

It should be noted that the District Judge was appointed by Donald Trump. Still, Raymond Dearie admitted to being “determined that the efficient administration of the Special Master’s duties requires the assistance of the Honorable James Orenstein (Ret.), a former United States Magistrate Judge for the Eastern District of New York, who has experience with complex case management, privilege review, warrant procedures, and other matters that may arise in the course of the Special Master’s duties.”

Having to review the 11,000 records the FBI supposedly took from Trump’s residence, Raymond Dearie said he would not look at the classified documents, “Let’s not belittle the fact that we are dealing with at least potentially legitimately classified information. The government has a very strong obligation, as all of us, to see it to that information doesn’t get in the wrong hands.”

This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on September 30, 2022. It originally appeared in and is used with permission.

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