FBI agents raided the Alexandria, Va., home of President Trump’s former campaign chairman, arriving in the early-morning hours last month and seizing documents and other materials related to the special counsel investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

The problem with the raid was that it was a criminal act. The Mueller gang had no legal right to raid Manafort’s house. Mueller’s raid on Paul Manafort’s home took place before August 2nd, the date that DAG Rosenstein provided Mueller support for the raid. The FBI reportedly manhandled the elderly Manafort and his wife in the early morning raid.

Rosenstein’s memo is dated August 2, 2017 and is from Rosenstein to Mueller supposedly directing Mueller to look into Manafort actions with a Russian operative perhaps before 2016. This however is clearly outside the scope of Sessions’ recusal as argued by Manafort and doesn’t even address Manafort’s argument that these actions are not for Mueller to take or Rosenstein to order but are Sessions actions alone as AG.The entire raid was illegal and without merit.7. The illegal raid on Trump’s attorney’s office and theft of documents covered by attorney client privilege –

Not to be outdone by the Manafort raid, the Deep State next raided President Trump’s personal attorney’s office taking a variety of material, including documents and tapes between the President and Michael Cohen. Rod Rosenstein signed off on a request by Mueller to have the FBI raid Cohen’s office.

Within weeks, documents of Cohen’s taxes were released to the media (by creepy porn lawyer Michael Avenatti) as well as tapes between the President and Cohen. No illegal actions on the part of the President were identified. But the ultimate damage was to the President’s right to attorney – client privilege. This was illegally taken from the President and his AG at the time, Jeff Sessions, did nothing.

8. The illegal theft of President Trump’s transition data – much of it under privilege as well –