Trump Spotted Putting Documents In His Plane As Rumors Swirl

( A video has gone viral allegedly showing the former president board his plane with boxes of classified documents following him three days after the FBI contacted him about missing documents, according to Mediaite.

Donald Trump can be seen boarding a plane while others are carrying a “parade of heavy boxes” (how dramatic) to follow him. The former president is facing a series of investigations as the Democratic regime attempts to pin every crime under the sun on Trump to squash his potential 2024 political run.

Some investigations could result in criminal charges if the regime ever finds any crime to charge him with, including the Justice Department’s probe into classified documents under the Espionage Act, his role into January 6, and a Fulton County probe of election interference.

Coverage has reportedly mounted with every “bombshell revelation” since the FBI forcefully entered Trump’s estate in Mar-a-Lago and demanded all of the home’s cameras be shut off while they entered with bookbags and spent nine hours searching the home. “43 Empty Folders with ‘CLASSIFIED’ Banners” were allegedly taken from the home, including “a total of 48 empty folders with ‘classified’ markings.”

That’s a lot of emptiness.

However, another report alleges that nuclear secrets of an unidentified country was also taken into custody.

Per earlier reports, the National Archives were in contact with the former president over documents that he had in his possession. He claims that not only was he cooperative and had given the documents they asked for, but there was no further communication before the FBI decided to raid his home in Mar-a-Lago at the behest of Attorney General Merrick Garland. It was alleged that an informant came forward with a tip that Trump had classified documents in his possession, something that the former president does not deny, and which was not unknown to the National Archives.

The Biden administration claims to know nothing about the raid until it occurred, but other reports suggest that this may have been a political hunt.

George W. Bush signed an executive order after 9/11 in November 2001, stating that an incumbent president could not override a former president’s claim to executive privilege over documents. Barack Obama reversed that guidance, which reportedly went back to Watergate and the Reagan era where incumbent presidents had the final say over past presidents, which gave them authority to act through the National Archives, Just the News reported.
“In making the determination referred to in subsection (a) of this section, the Archivist shall abide by any instructions given him by the incumbent President or his designee unless otherwise directed by a final court order,” Obama’s order dated Jan. 21, 2009 stated.

This makes it suspect that both the FBI and Justice Department were able to move ahead with the search warrant after the Biden White House allegedly cleared the way for them to act first by “empaneling a grand jury in May and issuing a subpoena to Trump, visiting his home on June 3 and eventually raiding the home with a criminal search warrant on Aug. 8.”