Feds Search Home of Former Trump DOJ Official

A former Justice Department official named Jeffrey Clark, who served under President Donald Trump, was considered a “true believer” that the 2020 election had been stolen.

Nancy Pelosi’s witch hunt investigation into the events of January 6th at the U.S. Capitol is questioning Clark’s activity in the final months of Trump’s term in office.

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In an alarming development, we’ve learned that federal authorities have even searched Clark’s home, presumably with hopes to find something to tie him to January 6th at the U.S. Capitol.

Pelosi’s investigative committee subpoenaed Clark back in October, but he refused to answer questions.

Democrats are expected to claim Clark was involved in Trump’s alleged attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

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An official with the U.S. Attorney’s Office confirmed there was law enforcement activity in the vicinity of Clark’s Lorton, Virginia, residence.

More on this story via Fox News:

The U.S. Attorney’s Office DC has no comment regarding the nature of that activity or any particular individuals.

Clark served as acting assistant attorney general for the Civil Division during Trump’s final months in office, and colleagues have testified he was a “true believer” that the 2020 election had been stolen, according to NBC News.

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Clark reportedly flouted DOJ policy and met directly with the White House regarding election conspiracies, rather than going through proper channels.

“It’s even more evident in hindsight, but at the time, I did think, ‘He’s meeting with the president and now he wants to be briefed by the [Director of National Intelligence] on thermostats?…Just what is going on here with Jeff Clark?” former Trump-appointed Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen told the Senate Judiciary Committee last year.


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