Hillary Clinton’s Stunning Link To Mar-A-Lago Raid Revealed

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A former clerk for the Supreme Court claims that Hillary Clinton may have had some influence over the federal government’s raid on Mar-a-Lago.

According to Mike Davis, a former clerk for Justice Neil Gorsuch, who is quoted in Revolver, there was a search conducted in order to recover files that might have been damaging to President Donald Trump, President Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, and numerous other conspirators who supported the false narrative of Trump-Russia collusion.

“[T]he reason Biden (illegally) raided Trump is because Trump declassified (via memo on 1/19/2021) and kept his personal copy of his Crossfire Hurricane presidential records,” Davis wrote on X, giving the code name for the FBI’s investigation into potential coordination between Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russian assets.

“These Crossfire Hurricane records are devastating to Obama, Biden, Hillary, Clapper, Comey, and so many others,” he added.

Information regarding whether Russians gained access to Hillary’s home server at the time of the infamous disappearance of tens of thousands of private emails may have been contained in documents that President Trump kept. According to Davis, if the documents were released prior to the election, it is conceivable that Hillary’s campaign hyped the Trump-Russia connection in order to cast blame on her Republican opponent.


“Trump could have publicly disclosed these declassified Crossfire Hurricane records in his civil lawsuit versus Hillary over the Russian-collusion hoax,” Davis added. “In other words, Obama and Biden have politicized and weaponized law enforcement and intel agencies to interfere in the 2016, 2020, and 2024 presidential elections against Trump.”

“Because Obama and Biden know Trump has the goods on their ongoing Russian-collusion criminal conspiracy.”


John Durham, the special counsel, wrapped up his four-year investigation into the Trump-Russia affair last summer and found no proof of conspiracy.

“[T]he FBI had no information in its holdings indicating that at any time during the campaign anyone in the Trump had been in contact with any Russian intelligence officials,” he told investigators during a House committee hearing.

Trump appointee Florida U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon has ordered the unsealing of a plethora of papers related to the Mar-a-Lago lawsuit. She has occasionally chastised Special Counsel Jack Smith for trying to conceal information, some of which he claims are classified as national security secrets and should not be made public. According to Davis’ theory, part of that resistance might be a ploy to help Hillary.

It’s unclear if the matter will ever get to trial. Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court gave the impression that it was prepared to broaden the investigation into President Trump’s potential immunity from prosecution. This would remand the case to a lower court for more consideration and would prolong the president’s criminal proceedings by several months. Trump would almost certainly use his presidential authority to drop the Mar-a-Lago case if he were to defeat President Biden in November.


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