PJ Media: That Mushroom Cloud You See Is Another Trump Media Narrative Exploding Before Your Eyes

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Four days after the raid on former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home, The Washington Post ran interference for the Biden Administration’s politicized FBI and DOJ by disseminating a whopper in an obvious attempt to tamp down the outrage.

Not that they probably care, but the four reporters bylined on the story were punked. And Americans were deceived.

On August 12, the Post breathlessly reported that, even though it had never been done before, the tossing of Melania’s under-lovelies at Mar-a-Lago by 30 FBI agents must have been totally legit because according to “people familiar with the investigation,” “experts in classified information,” and “former senior intelligence officials,” Trump had nuclear documents.

Trump must have been planning a launch from Mar-a-Lago, Mike Davis of the Article III Project ruefully joked on my The Adult in the Room Podcast. After going through a list of whoppers leaked to the media by Attorney General Merrick Garland, Davis noted that Garland “leaked out that he’d deliberated for weeks — for weeks — before he authorized this [search]. Okay, so, if Trump had these nuclear records — which is complete[ly] bogus because there’s no Q classification on the inventory of records they got back” — it wouldn’t make sense that he waited to act.

The timeline didn’t make sense for a Dr. Strangelove storyline, either. Davis continued on the podcast:

“Right, so Trump had nuclear secrets, like he broke into the nuclear football…stole the launch codes…the Biden Administration didn’t catch this for the 18-months that Trump was gone with these nuclear secrets, they didn’t change the codes, and somehow Trump was going to, like, trick the people into thinking it was Biden – because you have to have the Secretary of Defense verify any launch from the president. Trump’s going to launch from Mar-a-Lago…”

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