Will there be accountability? That’s the question we continue to ask in many different circumstances revolving around the federal government’s abuse of power.
The watchdog group Judicial Watch was quick to file a motion Tuesday asking the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida to unseal as soon as possible the search warrant materials used by the FBI to raid former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property.
No official explanation has been given to the public, a frightening abuse of power and a foreshadow of what could come for anyone in vocal opposition to the Biden bureaucracy.
The search warrant reportedly was issued to the FBI by an Epstein-tied judge, making the legitimacy of the warrant even more peculiar. In the motion, Judicial Watch said it’s investigating potential politicization of the FBI and possible abuses of power “to harass a likely future political opponent of President Biden.”
Leftists in Washington are going after Trump, but they’re also going after liberty-minded patriots.
“Given the political context, and the highly unusual action of executing a search warrant at the residence of a former President and likely future political opponent, it is essential that the public understands as soon as possible the basis for the government’s action,” Judicial Watch wrote in the motion.
While the motion attempts to get much-needed answers on how such an invasion of privacy could occur with no real threat at hand, Convention of States is working to make sure this kind of abuse can never happen again.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton called the raid an “outrageous, reckless and unprecedented abuse of power,” and said the American people have a right to know how this happened.
The magnitude of the Swamp deepens every time the Washington elite aren’t held accountable.
An Article V Convention of States can put a stop to this, by reining in the federal government’s size and jurisdiction. This is a war on morals, the very thing lacking in American culture.
A Convention of States is urgent, so we need your support in order to get to the 34-state threshold. Sign the petition below to tell you state legislators you support the Article V solution.