Democrat Joe Biden promised to increase the law enforcement ranks of the Internal Revenue Service so that he and his party can rake in more tax revenues.
His increase in law enforcement agents for the tax collection service makes it the largest increase of police officers in the country.
And that wasn’t the worst criticism of the once-proud FBI, with former federal prosecutor Mike Davis suggesting the raid may have been illegally invasive.
“Under the case law, you can’t do a home raid if you can secure the documents through less intrusive means,” he told Bannon’s War Room earlier this week.
Davis noted that prior to carrying out such a raid, the FBI would have had to make the determination that requests for the information sought wouldn’t have been sufficient said the former adviser to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) on judicial nominations, now the head of The Article III Project.
“There’s zero evidence,” he said that the former president would not cooperate.
“There was no allegation or evidence that he [Trump] was destroying any of this evidence or putting it into the wrong hands. This is banana republic-level tactics from the Biden Justice Department.”
Davis further said that even if the former president had taken classified documents, since he took possession of them when he was still president he had the authority to declassify them.
The raid at Trump’s home for some creates a very “dangerous precedent,” a feeling shared by Davis.
“They’re setting a very dangerous precedent where you can do a home raid of a former president of the United States,” he said, while highlighting the fact this has never before happened “in our 250 years as a Republic.”
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