Tuesday, August 23, 2022

700 pages of classified material retrieved from Trump before FBI raid


Trump unlawfully retained highly classified documents.
The National Archives found more than 700 pages of classified material — including 'special access' materials. These are the most highly classified secrets the US government has. They were contained in 15 boxes recovered from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in January. Trump's lawyer then signed an undertaking saying there were no further documents. That was a lie and a crime, obstruction of justice specifically. Authorities grew increasingly alarmed with what was still missing and the threat it represented to national security. An assessment of that threat was already well underway before members of Congress were informed.

"special access programs — do you know how extraordinarily sensitive that is? That’s very, very sensitive. If that were actually at his residence, that would be a problem,” said Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah), a member of the House Intelligence Committee. “Special access program” is a classification protocol above Top Secret. Access to these materials is extremely limited, often to a select group of high-level intelligence and military. Most may only be stored and accessed in secure facilities. All are logged.
It has been reported a rat in Trump's inner circle tipped the Feds off. This space notes the former first son-in-law Jared Kushner has been defending Trump in the news lately, moreso than even his dopey sons.
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