Judicial Watch Victory on Trump Affidavit!
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In a remarkable and historic victory for transparency, Judicial Watch today forced the release of the infamous and heavily redacted Trump raid affidavit. Now we know why the Biden Justice Department did not want to release this material, as it exposes how there was significant evidence of President Trump’s cooperation, a major legal dispute about the legal status of the records believed to be in Trump’s possession, and that the FBI abusively raided his home anyway.
In no small victory for transparency and against government corruption, the court finally granted Judicial Watch’s request and ordered the release of the redacted affidavit used to justify the warrant in the unprecedented raid on the home of former President Trump. We expect the redactions to be unnecessary and that they will demonstrate contempt for the American people’s right to know the entire story about the Biden administration’s wild abuse of power. This legal battle for accountability is just getting started.
As if the crisis along the southern border were not bad enough, adult illegal immigrants are posing as minors to enter—and stay in—the U.S. since typically those under 18 are welcomed with open arms. The government refers to them as Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) and hundreds of thousands have entered the country in the last few years.
Judicial Watch announced recently that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) for records regarding its referral to the Department of Justice (DOJ) about former President Trump’s presidential records.
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Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the National Archives and Records Administration Wednesday, demanding all communications and materials related to its referral to the Justice Department for former President Trump’s presidential records.
The Washington Times: Presidential records found right in Clinton’s drawer
A 2012 court case denying access to White House audiotapes kept in former President Bill Clinton’s sock drawer after he left office could help the Trump legal team in its battle to retrieve records that the FBI seized from Mar-a-Lago this month.
The National Review: Minneapolis Schools and Teachers’ Union Target White Educators
As students return to school for what many hope will be the first uninterrupted in-class experience in nearly three years, numerous districts are expecting enrollment declines, and some are laying off teachers. That creates an opportunity for the radical Left.