Ex-Special Agent Suggests Trump’s Home May Have Been Bugged

Former investigative reporter Ronald Kessler penned a lengthy “what if” column in the UK Daily Mail explaining the operations carried out by the FBI if they want to plant surveillance equipment at a location like former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. 

Kessler cited the things a former Tactical Operations officer told him when Kessler was writing his book on the FBI to explain how a TacOps unit breaks into a building and plants surveillance equipment. 

In other words, Kessler isn’t writing what he thinks may have happened at Mar-a-Lago. Instead, he is using a column at the UK Daily Mail to plug his book by somehow linking it to the raid on Mar-a-Lago. 

The entire column recounts one operation Kessler includes in his book.  

That’s it. 

People within the Trump team had reported that the FBI refused to permit any of Trump’s people, including his lawyer, to observe the search as it was ongoing on.  

While nobody in the Trump team is claiming that the FBI planted surveillance during the search, some have suggested that, without proper oversight, the agents could have done it if they wanted to. 

In an interview on Newsmax’s “Prime News” two weeks ago, Kimberly Guilfoyle suggested that the FBI agents could have been able to plant evidence or “listening devices” since nobody was permitted to supervise the search. 

She pointed out that the agents wouldn’t permit anyone from Trump’s team to supervise their search and also instructed the Mar-a-Lago staff to shut off the security cameras while the search was underway. 

Guilfoyle suggested that the FBI agents didn’t want anyone to see what they were doing, adding that, for all we know, they might have planted evidence or even listening devices while they were conducting the search. 

Guilfoyle didn’t accuse the feds of doing it, but she did say it should be “investigated and checked out.”