Inside Info on the FBI Unit That Raided Trump’s Home

"Donald Trump" by Gage Skidmore

There’s been significant talk surrounding the infamous FBI unit that was tasked with retrieving the National Archives documents reportedly stored in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Florida.

Only now are we getting some much-needed information on these individuals.

The raid lasted for nine hours. It consisted of 30 top-of-the-line agents from the bureau, with the operation being run by the same counterintelligence division behind the Russia “collusion” allegations, titled “Crossfire Hurricane.”

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The division’s head was fired during Trump’s presidency over a series of ill-intended tweets aimed at the current president.

However, a number of the division’s original members remained on the team, despite the fact that all of them are still under active investigation.

Notwithstanding the heat surrounding the unit, Crossfire’s key member, Supervisory Intelligence Analyst Brian Auten, never stopped being part of more than a handful of sensitive political investigations.

In fact, it was Auten who tried to write off the stuff found on Hunter Biden’s laptop as “Russian disinformation,” effectively ceasing any further investigation into the case and allowing Joe and Hunter to get their ducks in a row.

Aside from aiding serial crack addicts like Hunter, Auten is known for spreading false political information, some of which even slipped into official affidavits during Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

Shady business in the FBI

Michael Biasello, a 27-year veteran at the bureau, called Auten a disgrace to the FBI, claiming if he had any say in it, he’d replace him with just about any other analyst or agent currently working in the bureau.

Oddly enough, one of the top counterintelligence officials at the Justice Department visited Trump’s Mar-a-Lago months prior to the raid.

This official advised the former president to enhance security measures at the facility, after which Jay Bratt and three other agents left with a couple of document boxes.

Unfortunately, the fact the documents had already been recovered months earlier didn’t prevent Biden’s private police from executing the raid. This, according to reports, even had cases of unsupervised snooping in private bedrooms, storage rooms, and closets.

The final report showed more than a dozen document boxes were removed from Trump’s home, none of which contained any classified information, prompting the left-leaning crowd to start theory-crafting as to where the documents may be.

Some genius even came up with the idea they were buried along with Trump’s late ex-wife Ivana Trump; albeit there’s yet to be found a sliver of evidence supporting this absurd theory.

According to David Laufman, a former Obama donor, a large amount of the documents found were particularly egregious. He then went on to directly contradict himself by claiming the option of criminal prosecution in the case isn’t as likely as many originally thought.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.