Report: FBI Authorized Deadly Force In Mar-a-Lago Raid

By | May 22, 2024 | 0 Comments

Report: FBI Authorized Deadly Force In Mar-a-Lago Raid.

Well, not exactly. It was even worse. The FBI cared so little that there was no sit-down with the Secret Service, which has statutory authority to guard the President and all his dwellings. By law, Mar-a-Lago was equal to the White House. The FBI cared so little that they used standard rules of engagement, with  minor additions.

But the standard rules of engagement contain use-of-force rules including deadly force. These portions were not deleted for this unique-in-2½-centuries event of raiding the home of an ex-President and quite possibly future President, that is, the Leader of the Opposition as Trump would be called in the UK and elsewhere.

Dan Bongino was a Secret Service agent on the Presidential Protection Detail. He considers this FBI lack of planning to be evidence of  unforgivable stupidity and incompetence. Only through good luck and the agents’ good judgment was blue-on-blue violence avoided.

When the FBI demanded entry, what if the head Secret Service agent had said “No” or “Remove your weapons, no guns allowed.” What if Trump or the First Lady had been present, and armed people the Secret Service didn’t know demanded entry? Those people are willing to take a bullet for their protectees. Even if they were ordered to do so, you think they would have meekly stepped aside while armed people unknown to them wandered around Trump?

FBI agents, like Secret Service agents, are federal employees bound by federal law. They are not KGB agents, who made everyone tremble as they did whatever they pleased. At least not yet.

BREAKING: Newly Unsealed Doc Reveals Biden FBI Authorized the Use of DEADLY FORCE During Mar-a-Lago Raid – Armed Agents Prepared to Confront Trump

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