One of the things about the American government, there isn’t nearly as much privacy as you would like to think.

Just look at the way that they can go into the records of just about anything a person has done. I had an uncle that used to say that you have ever touched a penny in the United States the know everything about you.

Boy, he was right as rain, especially with some of the stuff that we have seen lately.

Things were popping at a strip mall in Beverly Hills as agents from the DEA, FBI, and the US Postal Service swoop down on “U.S. Private Vaults.” The ongoing investigation apparently supplied the joint team of law enforcement with a warrant to raid the insured, bank-safe deposit rentals of the rich and infamous.

FBI raid Private Vaults

An official spokesunit for the Federal Bureau of Instigation confirmed Tuesday that “Investigators from the DEA, FBI, and the US Postal Service are conducting an ongoing, joint investigation at U.S. Private Vaults in Beverly Hills.”

The California liberals aren’t happy. Someone seems to be stashing something really interesting to the DEA. They are the ones who got the warrant to “search U.S. Private Vaults, a private company offering insured, bank safe deposit rentals located at the Beverly Palm Plaza strip mall.”

The vaults are conveniently located at the intersection of West Olympic Boulevard and South Palm Drive. The raid went down on Monday morning at 9:50 a.m. but they kept it under wraps until Tuesday.

According to bureau liaison Laura Eimiller, the “affidavit in support the warrant is sealed.” That means nobody knows what’s in it. The good news is that no nearby streets had to be closed down.

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    Robert Müeller, Jim Comey, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Christopher Wray, Rob Rosenstein, Michael Horowitz, Bill Barr, and Andrew McCabe have ushered in the new level of competency, integrity, honesty, transparency and trust to the FBI and the Department of Justice. Great to live in America, home of the free.


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