Plausible? Naaa - let's make that probable:

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That raid?  I keep going back to this meme:


Now this from Newsweek of all sources:

FBI Sought Documents Trump Hoarded for Years, Including about Russiagate
The FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago last Monday was specifically intended to recover Donald Trump's personal "stash" of hidden documents, two high-level U.S. intelligence officials tell Newsweek.

To justify the unprecedented raid on a former president's residence and protect the source who revealed the existence of Trump's private hoard, agents went into Trump's residence on the pretext that they were seeking all government documents, says one official who has been involved in the investigation. But the true target was this private stash, which Justice Department officials feared Donald Trump might weaponize.

"They collected everything that rightfully belonged to the U.S. government but the true target was these documents that Trump had been collecting since early in his administration," says the source, who was granted anonymity to discuss sensitive issues.

Russiagate was always a fabrication.  President Trump dealt strongly with Russia - why would that nation seek to get him in power.  Much better to get a doddering figurehead like Biden or a BFF who already sold 20% of our Uranium production to them (Hillary).  I am betting that President Trump has enough documentation to leave most of DC a smoking crater and they know it.

I am also betting that the real documents are safe somewhere in the USA but not at Mar Al Largo.  The next two+ years are going to be epic...

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