President of a Banana Republic Finds FBI Raid Ironic – IOTW Report

President of a Banana Republic Finds FBI Raid Ironic


El Salvador President Nayib Bukele criticized the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) raid on former U.S. President Donald Trump’s personal residence at Mar-A-Lago on Monday in a statement posted by Bukele’s official Twitter account, the Spanish news agency Agencia EFE reported.

“What would the US Government say, if OUR police raided the house of one of the main possible contenders of OUR 2024 presidential election?” Bukele wrote on August 8. More

9 Comments on President of a Banana Republic Finds FBI Raid Ironic

  1. im surprised there is still anyone left in el salvador. i was under the impression they all left for the welfare state of usa.

  2. Just once I wish a news journalist had the stones to ask this of any Biden lacky ,” Merrick Garland, Nancy Pelosi, KJP, and every Biden supporter in front of a microphone all say the same thing, no one is above the law. A noble sentiment, for sure, but how can you stick with that same talking point when the American people see for themselves that it is not so? Hillary Clinton was above the law when she destroyed classified documents, Comey was above the law when he leaked classified documents to the press, McCabe, Brennan and Clapper were all the law when they lied to Congress, Hunter Biden is above weapons and drug laws, even the president himself is above the law WRT sexual assault and Emoluments Clause violations. Isn’t,’No one is above the law’ just another dodge for the lead pipe approach this administration has adopted with the justice system in general, that our friends are our friends and all the rest are criminals?”

    The people know it, why can’t they just admit it?

  3. And yet you have ZERO proof, fake claims of this, that. Was Trump above the law for having intercourse with a 13 year old at Epstein Island or all the other women’s claims of him forcing himself on them.

  4. “Joan Didion’s book , “Salvador”, is something of an in – country laughingstock. One heavy – breathing passage describes an incident in a posh neighborhood in San Salvador, where Didion reaches into her purse for something and suddenly hears the noise of all the armed guards on the street releasing their safeties. This set everyone at the table laughing uproariously. It seems no one in El Salvador has EVER used the saftey on a gun.”
    -P.J. O’Rourke, “Holidays In Hell”'rourke%20Joan%20Didion%E2%80%99s%20book%20%E2%80%9CSalvador%E2%80%9D%20is%20something%20of%20an%20in-country%20laughingstock&f=false


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