Trump Slams Biden Administration For Authorizing Deadly Force In Mar-a-Lago Raid

The revelation that the Biden administration authorized the use of “deadly force” for the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago has sparked a strong response from former President Donald Trump, who accused President Biden of endangering him and his family.

In an email sent out by Trump’s campaign, he asserted that Biden’s Department of Justice (DOJ) was “locked & loaded ready to take me out & put my family in danger.” This statement came in the wake of reports indicating that the FBI had been authorized to use lethal force during the raid.

The email stated: “It’s just been revealed that Biden’s DOJ was authorized to use DEADLY FORCE for their DESPICABLE raid in Mar-a-Lago. You know they’re just itching to do the unthinkable… Joe Biden was locked & loaded ready to take me out & put my family in danger. He thinks he can frighten me, intimidate me, and KNOCK ME DOWN! But worst of all? They think their THUG TACTICS will cause proud supporters like YOU to abandon me. But here’s the one thing they don’t know: WE WILL NEVER SURRENDER! Biden’s corrupt regime needs to get the message – right here, right now – that our patriotic movement CANNOT BE STOPPED!”

Trump’s alarm over the authorization of deadly force is understandable, as it could potentially endanger not only him but also his wife, family, staff, and legal team. Many have criticized the move as politically motivated and a form of persecution against the former president.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) also weighed in on the issue, expressing concern over the alleged plot to assassinate Trump. She questioned the actions of the Biden DOJ and FBI, calling for accountability and action from fellow Republicans.

Meanwhile, Trump’s campaign email, which highlighted the incident and called for support to “STOP THE WITCH HUNT AGAINST PRESIDENT TRUMP,” drew both mockery and criticism from leftists. However, Trump emphasized that he would not be intimidated and vowed to continue his fight against what he perceives as a corrupt regime.

In response to the controversy, the FBI issued a statement to the Washington Post, asserting that it followed standard protocol during the raid, including policies limiting the use of deadly force.

The unfolding situation underscores the deepening political divisions in the United States and raises questions about the use of law enforcement authority in cases involving former government officials.