FBI’s Mar-a-Lago raid could’ve been deadly according to new documents

by ian

New court documents reveal that the Biden administration authorized deadly force on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago raid in 2022.

However, the bureau told Fox News Digital in a statement yesterday that “The FBI followed standard protocol in this search… which includes a standard policy statement limiting the use of deadly force.”

But the newly released documents show that the “Operation Order” included a policy that said, “Law enforcement officers of the Department of Justice may use deadly force when necessary.” Officers were also instructed to appear at Mar-a-Lago in civilian clothing with their weapons concealed.

Trump responded to the new findings by posting on Truth Social, “NOW WE KNOW, FOR SURE, THAT JOE BIDEN IS A SERIOUS THREAT TO DEMOCRACY.” Trump was initially charged with unlawfully retaining classified documents at his Florida home in 2022. He pleaded not guilty to all 37 felony charges.