Fox News host Mark Levin is arguing that the FBI was “grossly negligent” with its photograph of paperwork the company recovered throughout a search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property in August.
Levin weighed in on the difficulty he noticed with the photograph, which was a part of the Justice Department submitting on Tuesday. The photograph depicts — and covers info on — supplies that embrace labels of “secret” and “top secret.”
Trump claimed on his social media platform Truth Social on Wednesday that the FBI “haphazardly” threw the documents on the floor and maybe pretended the previous president threw them on the bottom.
But the image of the paperwork positioned on the ground “appears to be in keeping with standard” federal protocols for when officers doc and gather supplies in a search, The New York Times reported.
That info didn’t get to Levin, nonetheless, who tweeted that “spreading” paperwork recognized as categorised on the ground and taking an image “is a grossly negligent use” of the paperwork.
Twitter customers instantly slammed Levin for his take.
“It’s not that they were stolen so Mango Mussolini could show his guests secrets. No the real crime is the picture of them for evidence. I don’t for one second think these frauds believe their own bullshit but they gotta keep the grift going,” wrote Fred Wellman.
“[email protected], when I was in Congress ten yrs ago, it was cool how passionately you defended the Constitution. Now it’s pathetic how desperately you defend this criminal,” wrote former Rep. Joe Walsh (R-Ill.).
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