Did the FBI ‘bug’ Mar-a-Lago?

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Question: Did the dozens of FBI agents who rummaged through former President Trump’s Florida home do something more there than remove large quantities of sensitive documents?

White House official-turned talk show host Sebastian Gorka told Steve Bannon’s “War Room Pandemic” show last week that a recently retired twenty-three year veteran of the Bureau asserted: “Given the amount of equipment they rolled into Mar-a-Lago and the fact they spent nine hours there, he believes the Bureau planted surveillance equipment, bugs, inside the President’s residence.”

The FBI raiders’ request that surveillance cameras inside Mar-a-Lago be turned off was reportedly not honored by the Secret Service. If so, an investigation into this suspicion should quickly confirm or deny whether Team Biden’s efforts to get something, anything, on President Trump surpassed even the notorious Watergate break-in that drove a previous president, Richard Nixon, from office.

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Mar-A-Lago Club by Gage Skidmore is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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