New evidence has surfaced indicating that President Donald Trump may have been framed in the classified documents case overseen by Special Prosecutor Jack Smith. The evidence was disclosed in a collection of documents unveiled in Florida by Judge Aileen Cannon, who is presiding over the case against Trump. Following the release of these documents, it became evident why Smith was adamant about concealing the files from the public. The unsealed documents included a plethora of exhibits, motions, and other legal filings.

They provided insight into the intricate network of communication between Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) leading up to Trump’s indictment. Investigative journalist Julie Kelly discovered groundbreaking evidence hidden within the documents that could have a significant impact. One crucial piece of information is the testimony of an FBI agent who revealed that the General Services Association (GSA) had Trump’s boxes in Virginia before instructing the former president’s team to retrieve them.

“So an entire pallet full of boxes that had been held by GSA somewhere outside of DC is dumped at Mar-a-Lago,” Kelly notes.

“Apparently these are the boxes that ended up containing papers with ‘classified markings.’”

“I will double check indictment but I don’t recall this event in the timeline,” she added.

The revelation indicates that the Biden administration could potentially be linked to the transfer of classified information to Trump’s residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida. Trump had previously pointed fingers at the GSA for handling the boxes with the sensitive documents. Subsequently, the GSA accused Trump of effectively taking them without authorization. This accusation served as the basis for the FBI’s search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property in August 2022.