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Trump Classified Documents Case Takes NEW, Surprising Turn


Judge Aileen Cannon’s release of the unredacted documents has been nothing short of seismic—this single action alone might derail the entire classified documents case.

Yet another plot against former President Trump has been revealed in the latest document dump.

According to the documents, the Biden White House, DOJ, and NARA originally conspired to frame President Trump with destroying classified documents.

Of course, this never happened and the conspirators could not bring their plot to fruition—hence why they’re going with their current sham charges and not a records destruction case.

Read through the correspondence between NARA and the Biden administration below:

NTD News noted further evidence of collusion between NARA and the Biden administration:

One email from NARA’s general counsel to the national archivist discussed drafting a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland concerning “missing Trump records.”

Subsequent emails revealed coordination between NARA and the Biden White House counsel’s office regarding the handling of these records.

Julie Kelly also provided White House visitor logs that show meetings between NARA official David Ferriero and the Biden admin.

“White House visitor log shows that David Ferriero, Obama-appointed national archivist involved in the early stages of the “classified documents” scheme against Trump, met with Biden’s WH counsel Dana Remus twice at the White House in Sept 2021.

Ferriero called J6 the “worst day of his life” and started threatening Team Trump in the summer of 2021 with making a criminal referral to DOJ over alleged “destroyed” presidential records.”

Fox News reported that NARA and HHS are being sued for the very thing the deep state attempted to pin on President Trump:

In a sweeping complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the America First Legal Foundation (AFL), the group headed by former Trump adviser Stephen Miller, accused the Department of Health and Human Services of regularly deleting official emails and violating the Federal Records Act.

The group also named the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), which is tasked with overseeing the unlawful destruction of federal records, as a defendant.



 

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