New Revelations Suggest FBI Manipulated Evidence in Trump Raid


In a shocking turn of events, court documents have revealed that the FBI used colored cover sheets to doctor evidence in their unprecedented raid of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence. Journalist Julie Kelly, who has been investigating the case, tweeted on Tuesday that Special Counsel Jack Smith admitted to adding cover sheets to alleged classified documents found at the location.

This admission confirms Kelly’s earlier report that the FBI had doctored evidence to create sensational photos of classified documents at Mar-a-Lago. The incident has sparked widespread controversy, with many questioning the motives behind the FBI’s actions.

According to Kelly, the FBI’s colored cover sheets were included in “classified discovery” and were intended to conceal the details of the added documents from the public. The FBI claimed that the cover sheets were used to substitute classified documents found within Trump’s boxes, but instead, agents attached them to various files and took photos.

The images published by prosecutors became a key part of the narrative surrounding the raid, with many news outlets featuring them prominently. However, it appears that the images were manipulated to create a false narrative about Trump’s handling of classified documents.

In a recent court filing, the FBI was authorized to use “deadly force” against Trump during the Mar-a-Lago search. Trump is now facing 40 charges related to the alleged mishandling of classified documents from Smith’s probe.

Meanwhile, President Joe Biden escaped felony charges in February over his own mishandling of classified records. Special Counsel Robert Hur concluded that Biden’s advanced age and poor memory made it difficult to convince a jury to convict him of a serious felony.

Hur’s report revealed that Biden had a poor memory, often confusing current events with historical events. During his interview with Hur’s investigation, Biden forgot when he was vice president, couldn’t recall correct details about his son’s death from brain cancer, and was hazy about the Afghanistan debate.

Tristan Justice
Tristan Justice
Tristan Justice is our western correspondent and the author of Social Justice Redux, a conservative newsletter on culture, health, and wellness. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and The Daily Signal. His work has also been featured in Real Clear Politics and Fox News. Tristan graduated from George Washington University where he majored in political science and minored in journalism.

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