The Biden administration has weaponized the DOJ in unthinkable ways.
The Stasi tactics used by Attorney General Merrick Garland are truly shocking to behold.
And what followed one of the latest raids executed by Biden’s FBI goons will send a chill down your spine.
The FBI’s raid of Donald Trump’s home at Mar-a-Lago was the ultimate shot across the bow.
Biden critic ABC News producer goes missing following FBI raid
If the former President’s home can be raided, anyone’s home can be raided.
And under Joe Biden, apparently everyone’s home will be raided.
Long-time investigative journalist and ABC News producer James Gordon Meek had his home raided by the FBI roughly six months ago, and nobody has seen him since.
The boilerplate excuse for the FBI raid was the search for “classified” documents.
Rolling Stone reported that “multiple sources familiar with the matter say Meek was the target of an FBI raid at the Siena Park apartments, where he had been living on the top floor for more than a decade. An FBI representative told Rolling Stone its agents were present on the morning of April 27 at the 2300 block of Columbia Pike, Arlington, Virginia, conducting court-authorized law-enforcement activity. The FBI cannot comment further due to an ongoing investigation. Meek has been charged with no crime. But independent observers believe the raid is among the first — and quite possibly, the first — to be carried out on a journalist by the Biden administration.”
This is not true.
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe and at least two of his investigative journalists were raided by the FBI under the pretext of possessing Ashley Biden’s salacious diary that she left behind at a rehab facility.
O’Keefe and his journalists had already turned over the diary, but their electronic devices were seized by the FBI nonetheless.
Even the ACLU, which despises O’Keefe, wrote that it was “deeply troubled by reports that the Department of Justice obtained secret electronic surveillance orders requiring sweeping disclosure of ‘all content’ of communications associated with Project Veritas email accounts, including attorney-client communications…The government must immediately suspend its review of the materials obtained pursuant to its electronic surveillance orders and fully disclose the extent of its actions, so that the court can consider appropriate relief.”
Missing journalist reportedly working on book about Biden’s botched Afghanistan withdrawal
At the time of this latest regime raid on a journalist, Meek was apparently working on a book that was critical of Joe Biden’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Rolling Stone added that “even stranger, in the months before he vanished, Meek was finishing up work on a book for Simon & Schuster titled Operation Pineapple Express: The Incredible Story of a Group of Americans Who Undertook One Last Mission and Honored a Promise in Afghanistan, which he co-authored with Lt. Col. Scott Mann, a retired Green Beret. Meek even featured a picture of the soon-to-publish book in his bio on social media and frequently tweeted about his involvement. But post-April 27, the book-jacket photo disappeared from his bio, and Simon & Schuster has scrubbed his name from all press materials. The first sentence of the jacket previously read: ‘In April, ABC News correspondent James Gordon Meek got an urgent call from a Special Forces operator serving overseas.’ Now it says: “In April, an urgent call was placed from a Special Forces operator serving overseas.”
The out-of-control Biden administration’s actions have proved that no one is safe from the clutches of Merrick Garland, not pro-Lifers outside abortion clinics, not parents who protest at school board meetings, not journalists, and not even former Presidents.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.