The Feds served a search warrant on Michael McDonald, Nevada Republican chairman, and James DeGraffenreid, state party secretary, as Democrats continued their partisan hearings. This week, they also raided Jeffrey Clark’s home. Clark is a Trump-era Justice Department official.
8 News Now reports that McDonald’s agents took McDonald’s’ phone to investigate the fake elector scheme at the 2020 election. This was in response to the controversy surrounding Biden winning. According to official statistics, the vote was cast by six Nevadans who won the state by less than three percent.
According to the outlet, “A second search warrant has been issued in respect state party secretary James DeGraffenreid, who signed the document.” Sources say that FBI agents failed to locate DeGraffenreid Wednesday.
This isn’t a complete list. Agents searched Jeffrey Clark’s house on Wednesday. Clark, a Trump-era Justice Department official, reportedly wrote letters to states asking them to reconsider their election results.
Center for Renewing America, Clark’s employer confirmed the search. Russ Vought (President of Center for Renewing America) revealed that Jeff Clark’s house was raided by more than 12 DOJ officers in a predawn raid. Clark was also placed in his pajamas by the officers and his electronic devices were taken.
He stated that “the new age in criminalizing politics has worsened” and then added that Clark was being targeted as he “saw fit to” investigate voter fraud.
Vought was also the Director of the Office of Management and Budget for President Trump.
Democrats are continuing their partisan January 6 hearings. The Feds’ law-enforcement activity is also occurring. Mark Levin a well-known conservative speaker, author and speaker warned that the Feds would “go down as a dark mark on the American political system.” ”
A poll by ABC News found that less than 10% of Americans follow hearings closely. Survey data shows that Americans trust Republicans more to protect democracy than Democrats.
Peter Navarro was a former White House economic adviser. He was detained by the Feds for contempt of Congress three weeks ago. He refused to cooperate in the January 6 committee.