Never Trumpers may be about ready to have their entire world turn upside down in the political arena as new details emerge about the documents that are at the center of the FBI’s political raid on President Donald J. Trump’s Florida family home in mid-August and the irony of the consequences of the attack hold an epic story of irony which may help catapult Trump back into the White House in 2024.
“Sources: GSA Packed Boxes of Documents Trump Brought to Mar-a-Lago, Not Trump Political Staffers,” Paul Boris wrote for Breitbart News on Monday.
The raid has proved to be a galvanizing set of events for the America First movement that saw Trump as the underdog being attacked again by a goliath centralized administrative state. And the government’s total lack of transparency over the raid has encouraged the American people to support Trump even more than before- causing Trump’s approval ratings to increase.
And they may have done it all to themselves, according to new media reports.
Sources are now indicating that the agency, with its bloated bureaucracy, may have been the ones who packaged whatever it was the FBI was searching Trump’s family home for that day.
Some Americans believe that the agency has been weaponized for political grabs and that there is a setup to damage Trump’s chances to run for President in 2024. At the heart of the matter:
The GSA today says they gave Trump the documents he wanted🤔
He then declassified them
So they packed up the docs and gave them to Trump but did not tell him, which docs he could not take?
What the H
This is a setup
— Nell Bly (@bly_nell) August 13, 2022
Due to the massive size of the US Federal Government that has grown out of control, many people may not even know what the GSA is, the agency’s role in the administrative state, and how they serve the American people.
According to Twitter, the GSA describes themselves as: “The U.S. General Services Administration delivers the best value in real estate, acquisition, and technology services to government and the American people.”
According to their website, the agency was founded by Democrat Harry Truman in 1949 to streamline the administrative work of the Federal Government. GSA consolidated the National Archives Establishment, the Federal Works Agency, the Public Buildings Administration, the Bureau of Federal Supply, the Office of Contract Settlement, and the War Assets Administration into one federal agency tasked with administering supplies and providing workplaces for federal employees.
GSA’s original mission was to dispose of war surplus goods, manage and store government records, handle emergency preparedness, and stockpile strategic supplies for wartime. GSA also regulated the sale of various office supplies to federal agencies and managed some unusual operations, such as hemp plantations in South America.
So the GSA has strayed a bit from its original mission. And we may be about to discover they are the central problem in a historic raid on a former President’s home by the leading security force, which was also used in a massive political grab.
“Sources close to former President Donald Trump have confirmed to Breitbart News that the General Services Administration (GSA) packed the boxes of documents he took with him to Mar-a-Lago, not political staffers,” Boris wrote.
Shortly after the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago this month, reportedly to reclaim documents Donald Trump had taken from the White House in January 2021, journalist David Martosko announced that a source close to the former President confirmed the documents were boxed by government staffers in the GSA, not Trump’s staffers.
“A person very close to Donald Trump tells me it’s indeed true what’s being bandied about Twitter — that the @USGSA, not Trump or anyone working for him in the White House, packed the boxes that the FBI took in Monday’s raid. If that’s true, it scrambles the omelet a bit,” David Martosko announced.
Martosko, according to his Bio: is an executive at Zenger News, which describes itself as “the world’s first digitally native wire service.” He was previously the U.S. political editor at DailyMail.com, the US version of MailOnline, the website of the British tabloid newspaper The Daily Mail.
A person very close to Donald Trump tells me it's indeed true what's being bandied about Twitter — that the @USGSA, not Trump or anyone working for him in the White House, packed the boxes that the FBI took in Monday's raid. If that's true, it scrambles the omelet a bit.
— David Martosko (@dmartosko) August 13, 2022
“On Monday, after Trump had formally requested an independent review of the documents seized by the FBI during the raid, a source close to the former President confirmed to Breitbart News the veracity of Martosko’s claims and that the GSA indeed packed the documents prior to Joe Biden assuming the presidency.
According to the New York Times, sources close to the investigation claim that the government has received more than 300 documents “with classified markings” since Donald Trump left office,” Boris continues.
“In total, the government has recovered more than 300 documents with classified markings from Mr. Trump since he left office, the people said: that first batch of documents returned in January, another set provided by Mr. Trump’s aides to the Justice Department in June and the material seized by the F.B.I. in the search this month,” the New York Times noted.
The exact nature of the documents remains unknown at this time, but the 150 documents returned by the President in January are reported to have information pertaining to the CIA, FBI, NSA, and a variety of other national security interests.
“The highly sensitive nature of some of the material in the boxes prompted archives officials to refer the matter to the Justice Department,” reported the Times. “Aides to Mr. Trump turned over a few dozen additional sensitive documents during a visit to Mar-a-Lago by Justice Department officials in early June.”
After the former President returned a second round of documents in June, Department of Justice (DOJ) officials reportedly became concerned about the security of documents still in his possession upon reviewing surveillance footage of a well-traversed corridor near the basement storage room where the documents were kept at Mar-a-Lago.
Donald Trump has maintained that he and his legal team were cooperating with the DOJ up until the moment of the raid earlier this month.