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BREAKING: Jack Smith Admits FBI Altered Evidence Taken From Mar-A-Lago!

Okay, folks. Looks like we’ve got more coming out about Special counsel Jack Smith.

Turns out those FBI agents did a little redecorating with the evidence at Mar-a-Lago.

That was thoughtful of them, wasn’t it?

Guess it’s not a conspiracy theory.

Yeah, they actually altered the boxes.

This bombshell dropped in some court filings on Monday.

This vindicates what investigative journalist Julie Kelly had been saying all along.

She pointed out that those yellow and red sheets in the photos were thrown in for dramatic effect.

So, it’s not just about what they found, but how they made it look.

Perception is everything.

And those against Trump know that.

Here’s the photo:

The Gateway Pundit reports:

Special Counsel Jack Smith responded to President Trump’s motion to dismiss the classified documents case based on the “spoliation” of evidence.

Jack Smith admitted the FBI doctored evidence to produce stunt photos of classified documents during the Mar-a-Lago raid.

The FBI took photos of the documents with cover sheets and publicly released them to damage Trump.

Last month, Jack Smith admitted the FBI messed with the boxes containing “classified” documents they seized from Trump and can’t be sure the order or the placement of the documents.

Jack Smith in his response admitted the FBI moved the classified documents around.

According to a footnote in the motion reviewed by The Gateway Pundit, the FBI messed with the boxes containing the ‘classified’ documents they seized from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate.

The DOJ previously assured the Court that the placement of classified documents as originally found had been maintained – THEY LIED!


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