While the Department of Justice continues to insist the inquisition into 45th President Trump is not a witch hunt, facts are continuing to prove otherwise, according to details released about the investigation, as reported by the New York Post:
The property list [seized from Mar-a-Lago] revealed by US District Judge Aileen Cannon indicated that 11,179 government documents and photographs seized by federal agents on Aug. 8 bore no classification markings at all.
And the rundown indicates that agents in the raid on Mar-a-Lago even took such innocuous belongings as the former president’s clothing, magazines he kept and newspaper clippings.
By contrast, 54 documents removed from the Palm Beach, Fla., resort were marked “SECRET,” 31 were labeled “CONFIDENTIAL” and another 18 were labeled “TOP SECRET,” according to an initial tally by The Post.
Agents also took 48 empty folders labeled with “CLASSIFIED” banners while another 41 empty folders were labeled “Return to Staff Secretary/Military Aide.” It is not clear from the inventory list why the folders were empty.
Despite mounting evidence to show Trump, who declassified the few secret documents while president, is innocent, Joe Biden’s DOJ continue to investigate and probe the 45th President in an apparent politically motivated attack.