Garland Wray

The FBI Affidavit Is So Redacted, They Even Redacted Their Reasons For Redacting What They Redacted

You can’t know what’s in it, and you can’t know why you can’t know what’s in it.

That’s the message the FBI and Joe Biden’s Department of Justice is sending the American people with their extremely heavily redacted affidavit regarding their raid on President Donald Trump’s home at Mar-a-Lago.

The little tidbits of reasoning they allowed to be released are so minuscule, that they might as well have said they weren’t going to release anything.

“In short, the government has well-founded concerns that steps may be taken to frustrate or otherwise interfere with this investigation if facts in the affidavit were prematurely disclosed,” they concluded without giving a hint about what they were actually describing.

It’s ludicrous.

The message from the FBI isn’t just “we aren’t saying anything.” The real message is, “We hate the American people and therefore we have no intentions of allowing anything to leak out that would allow us to be held accountable to them.”

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