Just as the Joe Biden administration has revealed the indictment of President Donald Trump for taking government documents from his presidency with him when he left office, a congressional leader has confronted that very same Department of Justice for anomalies in the FBI’s scandalous raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.

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It was that raid that allegedly sought classified documents in Trump’s home. He has said he declassified the paperwork that was there.

Nevertheless, Biden’s DOJ now has indicted Biden’s top political opponent in the 2024 presidential race for having them.

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It is House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who sent Attorney General Merrick Garland a letter this week revealing odd behavior on the part of the FBI and DOJ connected to that raid.

The details, Jordan explained, come from Steven D’Antuono, former assistant director-in-charge of the FBI’s Washington office.

In an interview, D’Antuono charged that the Miami field office did not do the search on Trump’s home.

“D’Antuono testified that FBI headquarters made the decision to assign the execution of the search warrant to the Washington field office despite the location of the search occurring in the territory of the FBI’s Miami field office,” Jordan’s announcement about the concerns charged.

And Antuono had “absolutely no idea” why.

Second, Jordan charged, the DOJ failed to assign a U.S. attorney’s office to the case, an event that D’Antuono described as “unusual.”

D’Antuono said he raised the question with “a lot” of DOJ officials but they refused to provide a “good answer.”

Third, Jordan said, “The FBI failed to first seek consent for the search.”

“Based upon his over-20-year tenure at the FBI, Mr. D’Antuono testified that he believed that the FBI, prior to resorting to a search warrant, should have sought consent to search the premises,” Jordan explained, as that “would have been ‘the best thing for all parties’ involved.”

Finally, the FBI agents conducting the armed raid, which included their search of items belonging to Melania Trump, refused to wait for Trump’s lawyers to be present.

In the letter to Garland, Jordan pointed out the two tiers of justice pursued by the AG, since the DOJ refused to “indict former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her mishandling of classified information and failed to indict President Biden for his mishandling of classified information.”

Jordan’s letter insists that Garland provide Congress documents and communications about the FBI’s search on Trump’s home and more.

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