Trump’s 2021 Declassify Order Suggests a DOJ ‘Spygate’ Coverup; Attempted Dugin Assassination

Original article. Are they once again accusing President Trump of doing exactly what they themselves are doing?
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A key question in the Trump raid has been whether the former president declassified the documents in question. This has focused attention back on a Trump tweet from 2020 ordering the release of documents on Crossfire Hurricane, also known as “Spygate.” And while there was debate on the validity of Trump’s 2020 order, he also issued a formal memorandum ordering the release of the documents ahead of Biden’s inauguration in 2021. As the story develops, focus is shifting toward whether the Justice Department violated Trump’s constitutional rights, and whether the raid itself is part of an attempt to prevent the release of the documents.

We also speak with Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona, about how the FBI raided him before his campaign, and his allegations that this was a form of political attack. He also details the constitutional boundaries between federal agencies and local law enforcement.

Meanwhile, the daughter of Russian National Bolshevik leader Aleksandr Dugin was allegedly killed by a car bomb in a vehicle that he was supposed to be in. This is raising debate over whether forces either inside or outside Russia are targeting the man credited as a key adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s strategy for Ukraine. This also takes place amid warnings of a nuclear disaster in Ukraine.

In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp, we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.

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