The FBI and the Department of Justice are out for blood.
The politicized agencies have gone beyond the scope of their authority with the now infamous Mar-a-Lago raid in August.
But now all hell is breaking loose after the National Archives said five words about Donald Trump.
National Archives claims Trump staff “conducted official business” on non-official channels
The National Archives has penned a letter to Carolyn B. Maloney, a Democrat on the House Oversight Committee.
The letter details what they call “utter disregard for the law” and has since been released to the press.
The letter suggests that the National Archives doesn’t have custody of everything that they should and reiterates a former assertion that “some White House staff conducted official business using non-official electronic messaging accounts that were not copied or forwarded to their official electronic messaging accounts,” as required by law.
That sounds a lot like what Hillary Clinton did with her private server, but the FBI never raided her home.
The letter ultimately makes the assertion that “NARA has reason to believe” that some Presidential records “may still be outside of the agency’s custody and control.”
Representative Maloney says Trump has disregarded rule of law and our national security
They would like “written certification” from Trump “that he has surrendered all Presidential records or classified materials” and that he “has not made any copies or reproductions of such material” or “transferred any records or government documents to any party other than DARA or DOJ . . .”
Representative Maloney responded to the letter from the National Archives in a statement to the Daily Mail.
They stated emphatically, “Presidential records are the property of the American people, and it is outrageous that these records remain unaccounted for 20 months after former President Trump left office.”
She believes Trump and his staff “have shown an utter disregard for the rule of law and our national security by failing to return presidential records as the law requires,” and is vowing to “continue to do everything in [her] power to ensure that all Presidential records from the Trump White House are returned.”
National Archives is consulting with the Department of Justice to see what their next steps should be
Representative Maloney wanted to know whether Trump may still be in possession of any more Presidential records.
“With respect to the issue concerning whether former President Trump has surrendered all Presidential records, we respectfully refer you to the Department of Justice in light of its ongoing investigation,” Acting Archivist Debra Steidel Wall replied.
Steidel Wall also says they are going to consult with the DOJ “to initiate an action for the recovery of records unlawfully removed.”
So it’s looking like Donald Trump is going to be referred to the DOJ for yet another investigation.
Trump admonished federal overreach at a recent event in Pennsylvania, “The FBI and the Justice Department have become vicious monsters, controlled by radical Left scoundrels, lawyers, and the media, who tell them what to do.”
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.