DOJ Found Privileged Communications During Mar-a-Lago Raid

Get ready for the spin.

After the 2020 election, Democrats tried to justify voter fraud cases by saying there was not enough “widespread” fraud to impact the outcome of the election.

Now, the DOJ is using the same type of narrative to say there was a “limited set” of records that “potentially” included privileged information.

You Cannot Take That

As soon as the records were taken, Trump was calling out the DOJ for taking privileged client-attorney papers from his home.

Trump immediately called for a Special Master to be appointed to look over the records before the DOJ could get a peek at them.

Instead, the DOJ sent the files to its “Privilege Review Team” in the hopes the Trump request would be denied.

On Monday, as another judge was considering appointing a special master, the DOJ announced it did come across some suspect documents.

The release stated that its team had “identified a limited set of materials that potentially contain attorney-client privileged information, completed its review of those materials, and is in the process of following the procedures set forth in paragraph 84 of the search warrant affidavit to address potential privilege disputes.”

It also stated that the Department of Justice and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence are “facilitating a classification review of materials recovered pursuant to the search.”

On Friday, the affidavit was released, but the document was heavily redacted, proving little insight as to what type of case the DOJ is trying to mount against Trump.

Source: Washington Examiner

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