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“All These Things Were Make-Believe But Yet They Were Marked “Top Secret”” – Former DNI John Ratcliffe on Corrupt FBI Classifying Documents to Cover-Up Its Crimes

Former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe was on with Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures and he confirmed what many are thinking – the FBI classified documents as “Top Secret” not because they were, but because they wanted to cover up their crimes in attempting a coup of the Trump Administration. 

The Conservative Treehouse had the following to say about Ratcliffe’s interview:

In this lengthy interview with John Ratcliffe and Maria Bartiromo, the former Director of National Intelligence, the man who has likely seen every document that may have eventually ended up in Mar-a-Lago, is challenging the nature of the classified status of those documents.   Ratcliffe does not believe the Mar-a-Lago documents are true national security documents, but rather documents that outline fraudulent ‘sources and methods’ used by the DOJ/FBI in their Trump targeting operation.

Keep in mind that as the DNI during 2020, Ratcliffe saw the documents that eventually became the material President Trump declassified and left with the DOJ to release after the Durham investigation was complete.  If Ratcliffe’s suspicions are correct, and there is more valid reason to support his suspicions than oppose them, then the entire construct of the DOJ-NSD operation to retrieve those documents from Mar-a-Lago is factually one big cover-up operation.

Below is what Ratcliffe mentions about the FBI’s efforts to cover up its crimes by classifying documents that are not classified.

The reports are that the FBI took 11,000 documents from President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.  They claim that there, the reports are that there are 100 documents that have classified markings.  I don’t know what those documents include, Russiagate or Steele reporting documents, but if they do, there’s a question whether or not they were marked top secret and whether they are top secret.

The reason I say that, let me explain a little bit Maria.  I saw hundreds if not thousands of documents when I was Director of National Intelligence, that related to Christopher Steele and the Steele reporting, or the Crown reporting, things like the Alfa Bank connections that were in the Steele dossier, or Michael Cohen’s trip to Prauge.  All these things were make-believe but yet they were marked “Top Secret”.

They were no more top secret or involved real sources and methods than your children’s creative writing assignments for their homework.  

So, there’s an issue of classification of those documents.

The FBI classified documents that should not have been to cover up their crimes.  Then when President Trump took copies of these documents with him to Mar-a-Lago, they raided his home to steal them and prevent President Trump from releasing the damning evidence of FBI crimes and corruption.

The FBI tried to remove President Trump from office and committed crimes in their attempted coup.  The penalty for sedition is severe and these crooks need to be brought to justice.

See the video below:

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