When you have a solid case, and the truth is on your side, you don’t need to play the PR game, leak, and stage photos. But that’s what we see every time the bad guys go after President Trump. Like clockwork, and here we are again, the same playbook with this absurd FBI raid. Breitbart reported that former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said Wednesday on FNC’s “Jesse Watters Primetime” that he did not think the Department of Justice found what it was looking for during the raid of former President Donald Trump’s Palm Beach, FL home.
“The judge would appoint the special master, and it would be an extension of the court,” Ratcliffe explained. “I do think that it’s the right thing to do. The DOJ’s position is number one. We don’t need a special master. We’ve already — we’ve already sorted everything and looked at everything. Take our word for it that it was done. As you pointed out, they had attorney-client privilege in there, so the taint team that was looking at this didn’t do their job.”
“And, you know, all of this, listen, you presided over a lot of cases,” he continued. “I was a former federal prosecutor, United States attorney. Let me tell you what this is about. Good prosecutors with good cases play it straight. They don’t need to play games. They don’t need to shop for judges, they don’t need to leak intelligence that may or may not exist. And in this case, this tells you that the government didn’t find what they were looking for. There weren’t nuclear secrets in Melania Trump’s underwear drawer, and they’re trying to justify what they’ve done. They’re not playing it straight before the American people. I think that that’s going to play out.”
The truth is going to come out on this, just like with all the other hoaxes levied against President Trump. But what the Dems are hoping for is that they’ll win their battle in the media, and the court of public opinion. That’s all they care about, and so far, that part has worked out for them, but I think the jig is up now.
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