• Kash Patel on Friday said his life was intentionally jeopardized by the Department of Justice and FBI.
  • Patel made this claim after his name was unredacted from the FBI warrant.  
  • The former Trump aide claimed that the FBI has been investigating death threats made against him. 

Kash Patel, a one-time aide to former President Donald Trump, claimed his life was "intentionally jeopardized" because his name was unredacted in the FBI's Mar-a-Lago affidavit. 

"Today marks another vicious attack from the DOJ/FBI who intentionally jeopardized my safety by un-redacting my name in the most reviewed search warrant in the history of the United States," Patel said in a Friday statement posted on TRUTH social, per The Epoch Times.

"This cartel of corruption inside out government is so devoid of concern about national security, they could not be bothered to see the judge in person," Patel stated, per The Epoch Times. " Instead, they literally called in the raid on the home of a former president via the FBI's best friend, Zuckerberg's WhatsApp."

The former Trump aid said the FBI has been investigating the death threats against him. 

"Brown Lives Matter. These gangsters are on notice," Patel said. 

Trump is under investigation by the Department of Justice on whether violated federal law, such as the Espionage Act, by keeping classified documents in his Mar-a-Lago estate

More than 300 documents, obtained during the FBI raid included national security intelligence from the CIA, NSA, and FBI. 

The former president claimed that the documents seized by the FBI were declassified because he had a "standing order" as president to automatically declassify any files he took out of the White House. 



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