Deep state agents are among the best story tellers in the world…
For over 5 years now they have woven mythological tales about Donald J. Trump spanning every genre imaginable…
According to the imagination of these colorful people, President Trump is a confederate general, debauched playboy, a Russian double agent, and Adolf Hitler all at the same time.
Despite many, if not all the allegations against him proven to be false, the deep state continues to peddle lies about President Trump.
One of these allegations involved purportedly classified documents that were being kept at Mar-A-Lago.
Kash Patel claims that these allegations are false, and that the documents in question were, in fact, declassified. Patel goes on to explain that the mistake in thinking that the documents were classified lies in a technical formality.
Previously, many outlets claimed:
National Archives: Trump took classified items to Mar-a-Lago after leaving the WH in 2021.
The boxes included items pertinent to national security.
All his homes and offices should searched immediately.
What did he intend to do with these docs? https://t.co/rWOZpwzpbZ
— 🌊Maca🌊 Joe Biden is #MyPresident🌊💙 (@rotterdamvvg) February 18, 2022
National Archives confirms Trump took classified national security docs to Mar-a-Lago https://t.co/x9W1ideBvT
— Raw Story (@RawStory) February 18, 2022
Just The News presented the previous allegations:
The assertion was made in a letter from archivist David Ferriero to the House Oversight Committee that also states the federal agency has discussed the matter with the Justice Department, according to CNN.
Watergate Attorney: Classified Docs at Mar-a-Lago Could Keep Trump Out of Office Ever Again https://t.co/Q7afKlsGZv
— #TuckFrump (@realTuckFrumper) February 20, 2022
speaking of the washington post and emails vs trump documents coverage, this is how far below the fold the paper today put their own exclusive scoop about trump hiding classified docs at mar-a-lago pic.twitter.com/Cswfo48uGd
— Oliver Willis (@owillis) February 11, 2022
Kash Patel explains via Breitbart:
“The White House counsel failed to generate the paperwork to change the classification markings, but that doesn’t mean the information wasn’t declassified,” Patel said. “I was there with President Trump when he said ‘We are declassifying this information.’”