Ever since it was revealed that the FBI’s raid on Mar-a-Lago was likely connected to Trump’s possession of documents related to the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation, it has become increasingly obvious that the FBI may have raided President Trump’s estate to cover their own tracks.

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Mark Warner (D-Va.) was heavily involved in the phony Russiagate investigation.

He allegedly requested a meeting with Christopher Steele, the author of the fake Steele Dossier that claimed that President Trump hired Russian prostitutes to urinate on him.

According to President Trump, Warner intentionally kept the meeting secret and did not want a ‘paper trail’ showing that he was meeting with Steele.

Warner also said that he supports the Justice Department’s investigation in to President Trump and believes the former President may pose a ‘national security threat’.

Warner has deep financial ties to Russia, including a multi-million dollar payout that he received from investing in a Russian tech business.

The Gateway Pundit Reports

The corrupt actors running the US government are freaked out. They were so threatened by President Trump’s release of documents related to their criminal acts in the Russiagate scandal that they raided the President’s home to steal these documents.

The criminals in government are so frightened by the probably release of the documents related to Russiagate that they raided the President’s home to steal the documents.

Now corrupt and disgusting Senator Mark Warner from Virginia is pushing the sham that President Trump did something wrong.

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Mark Warner (D-VA) said the Justice Department’s investigation into former President Donald Trump’s handling of classified records must move forward unimpeded, calling for a “damage assessment” of whether the former president’s conduct posed a national security threat.

In February of 2018, TGP reported that corrupt Senator Warner secretly tried to hold a meeting with Christopher Steele from the Steele dossier. FOX News reported at that time:

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