Jesse Waters Tells Trump To Sweep HIs Home For Bugs

( After the FBI raided the former president’s South Florida residence on Monday, Jesse Watters recommended him to “sweep” it for electronic listening devices.

While more than a dozen FBI investigators executed a search warrant at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence and club, he was in New York.

The former president denounced the raid, and Eric Trump, his son, said on Wednesday, agents ordered the security cameras to be turned off while keeping an attorney away. The cameras stayed on, he claimed.

Conservatives have questioned the raid, and many of them have accused the Justice Department of acting improperly for political reasons.

On The Five Wednesday, Watters suggested that the bureau may have hidden listening devices at Mar-a-Lago as they left.

Dana Perino, another panelist, questioned Watters about the raid.

“Jesse, it’s true that no one is above the law, but given the DOJ’s, the White House’s, and the FBI’s continued quiet, it’s reasonable that people are suspicious about what is going on,” Perrino said.

President Joe Biden personally orchestrated the raid, according to Watters.

Watters said that Biden left on vacation after breaking into Trump’s home. Hunter traveled with them on Air Force One.

“It’s absurd,” he said.

He said he wasn’t surprised that Newsweek said there was a mole within Mar-a-Lago. Watters noted that they planted moles across the campaign. In light of that, they most likely did more planting.

Additionally, Watters said the bureau “shopped” for a judge to approve its search warrant.
The security footage at Mar-a-Lago is real, he declared. Therefore, he believes they should make that public to reveal these men searching Melania’s closet.

“What do you think—maybe the president went in there and, so they wouldn’t be able to see it, tucked things in her underwear and stitched documents inside her dresses?”

In addition, he said he wouldn’t be shocked if they planted bugs. He said they did, after all, bug the campaign. To get a warrant to wiretap the campaign, they falsified evidence.

“I would use a bug sweeper to go over the entire estate,” Watters warned.