Federal authorities stepped up law enforcement activities on Jan. 6 as partisan hearings for Democrats continue, signing a search warrant for Republican Nevada President Michael McDonald and State Party Secretary James DeGraffenreid, as well as a raid on the home of Trump-era Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark. the week.
According to reports, officers obtained the McDonald’s cellphone “as part of an investigation into the fake voter scheme launched at the end of the 2020 presidential election,” according to 8 News Now. In 2020, six Nevada voters voted symbolically for Trump following the Biden victory controversy, as the Democrat, according to official numbers, won the state by less than 3%:
— David Charns (@davidcharns) June 23, 2022
“A second search warrant was issued for State Party Secretary James DeGraffenreid, who also signed the document, but FBI agents were unable to locate him on Wednesday, sources told Knapp,” according to The media.
The list doesn’t end there either. On Wednesday, officers also searched the home of Trump-era Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark, who allegedly pushed letters to states to consider nullifying their election results, urging them to investigate the allegations of electoral fraud.
Clark’s workplace, the Center for Renewing America, confirmed the raid, while Center for Renewing America President Russ Vought revealed that “more than a dozen DOJ law enforcement officials searched Jeff Clark’s home in a pre-dawn raid, stripped him in his pajamas and took his electronics.
“The new era of criminalization of politics is getting worse in the United States,” he said, later adding that the Clark is being targeted because he “seemed fit to investigate voter fraud.”
“This is not America, folks,” said Vought, who also served as director of the Office of Management and Budget under former President Trump.
“The militarization of government must stop. Let me be very clear. We support Jeff and all patriots in this country should do the same,” he added:
BREAKING — Federal agents searched the Virginia home of former Trump-era Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark on Wednesday morning, according to multiple sources with direct knowledge of the activity. story from me @alex_mallin @LukeLBarr @MLevineReports
— Katherine Faulders (@KFaulders) June 23, 2022
The home of Jeffrey Clark in Virginia has been raided – the former DOJ Environmental who aspired to be Trump’s acting attorney general to help Trump arm the DOJ to overturn the 2020 election. It’s unclear whether a search warrant was executed, but NYT reports indicate that it was federal authorities.
— Shanlon Wu (@shanlonwu) June 23, 2022
The law enforcement activity of the feds comes as the Democrats’ Jan. 6 partisan hearings continue. Noted conservative speaker and author Mark Levin warned that it would “go down in history as a dark mark on the American political system”.
However, the polls indicate that the committee’s investigation isn’t very popular among the American people, as less than ten percent say they follow the hearings “very closely,” according to an ABC News poll released this week. Moreover, survey data shows that Americans trust Republicans more than Democrats to protect democracy.
The recent flurry of law enforcement activity comes three weeks after the federal government arrested former White House economic adviser Peter Navarro in contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate with the Jan. 6 committee. According to Navarro, the authorities did not read his Miranda rights and did not give him access to his lawyer either.
“The committee came to me with all their might,” Navarro said. Breitbart Daily News during an interview this month. “I am in an untenable situation. I don’t have the power to give up [executive] privilege. So what did they do? This is the tragedy here in this country.
“They got along passively or explicitly with Joe Biden and the White House, who wrote me a letter saying, ‘You don’t have immunity and you’re not covered by privilege,’ which means that Biden was effectively trying to strip me of my testimony of immunity and President Trump of his right to executive privilege,” he continued, calling the committee a “kangaroo court.”