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UFC’s Dana White: I’ll Call Trump ‘In The Next Couple Days’ To Discuss ‘Bulls**t’ FBI Raid

“There’s 10 other people’s houses that probably should’ve been raided (by the FBI) before his that haven’t happened.”

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UFC president Dana White spoke out on the FBI of former President Donald Trump’s home in Florida, stating “there’s 10 other people’s houses that probably should’ve been raided before his that haven’t happened.”

White made the comments during a press conference Dana White’s Contender Series 49 on Tuesday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.

“It’s madness, man,” White said when asked about the situation. “The whole world is crazy right now. I don’t know what to think, and I don’t know enough about it, and I haven’t talked to him. I’ve only seen bits and pieces on the news, so I don’t know exactly what’s going on.”

“But I’ll probably call him in the next couple days,” White said. “I didn’t want to call him. I’m sure he’s got better f*cking things to do than for me to call and say, ‘Hey, what’s going on over there?’ But I will talk to him in the next couple days.

White added, “I don’t even know what to say. I don’t even know what to think about any of that stuff because I don’t know enough about it. Without getting political, without getting into all this f*cking bullsh*t, there’s 10 other people’s houses that probably should’ve been raided (by the FBI) before his that haven’t happened.”

The UFC president concluded by saying “It’ll be interesting to see how this plays out.”

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Biden administration Attorney General Merrick Garland confirmed on Thursday that he personally authorized the raid on Trump’s home.

After insisting that the Department of Justice did not plan to “make any public statements” related to the search, Garland declared that because Trump – who he solely referred to as “the former president” – “publicly confirmed” the raid “that evening,” Garland saw fit to deliver further comments.

“I personally approved the decision to seek a search warrant in this manner,” said Garland, before claiming that “The Department does not take such decision lightly.”

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    August 11, 2022 at 8:53 pm

    The Democratic party has gone full Fascist now.

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    August 12, 2022 at 8:03 pm

    Wanna bet the AG at the DOJ did all of this because President Trump didn’t appointment him to the Supreme Court? WOW! Now, I can understand why President Trump didn’t make the nomination, the AG has no understanding of the Bill of Rights or of the Constitution. But, if he does, and chooses not to follow the law, he should be impeached and charges filed against him. Now, we know that the AG can’t do something like this to a former President without the permission of the current President. Where you see one, you’ll see the other. Now, the door has been opened, and what do other former Presidents have in their closets and safes, like AG says that President Trump has. Boy, I sure would love to see raids on former Presidents Bush and Obama. But what happens now and will happen again now that the open has been opened by Biden and his questionable people.

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