The FBI shocked the nation and the world by launching an unprecedented raid on former President Donald J. Trump’s Mar-A-Lago residence.
The shockwaves have amplified as it has been revealed the judge who signed off on the skeptical warrant, Bruce Reinhart, has worked on behalf of numerous associates for Jeffrey Epstein.
While public trust in the FBI may have been shattered, Trump himself has experienced quite the post-raid victory: smashing multiple fundraising records, likely thwarting the federal government’s efforts to prevent him from running yet again.
Eric Trump, the president’s son, made the exciting announcement on Twitter, much to the consternation of the current White House.
“Breaking: DonaldJTrump.com is shattering all fundraising records and I’m told has raised more money in the past 24 hours than ever before in recent history! The American people are pissed!” Eric Trump proclaimed.
The donations flooded Trump’s Save America PAC, which received a record level of donations in a 24-hour period, amid a sea of commentary from political commentators on both sides of the spectrum that has warned the raid may ironically boost the prospects of Republicans in the upcoming midterms.
Andrew Yang, who previously served as a Democrat presidential candidate and has hinted at starting his own political party, has asserted that, despite being “no Trump fan,” he sees precisely how the raid will help, rather than harm, the former president.
“I want him as far away from the White House as possible,” Yang proclaimed, “but a fundamental part of his appeal has been that it’s him against a corrupt government establishment.”
Yang noted that the FBI’s raid on Trump will likely “[strengthen] that case for millions of Americans” who are highly likely to perceive the raid as “unjust persecution.”
Trump has also raised several concerns about the FBI’s activities, as they demanded no one witness what they were doing while on the premises of Mar-A-Lago.
“[The FBI] wanted to be left alone, without any witnesses to see what they were doing, taking, or … planting,” Trump observed.