FBI Raids NY City Police Union Headquarters – After Union Openly Backed President Trump for the First Endorsement in its History

FBI Raids NY City Police Union Headquarters – After Union Openly Backed President Trump for the First Endorsement in its History


FBI raids Ed Mullins’ home

The New York City Police Benevolent Association (NYCPBA) is the largest police union in the country representing 24,000 of the department’s 36,000 police officers.

In August 2020 leaders and representatives of the NYCPBA visited President Trump’s Bedminster Golf Club in New Jersey and awarded their endorsement to President Donald Trump.

According to President Pat Lynch this was the first time the NYCPBA has endorsed a presidential candidate.

Democrats consistently stood with the lawless and criminals across the country. So in 2020 the NYCPBA came out for President Trump.

And now they will pay.

On Tuesday the FBI raided the home of controversial Sergeants Benevolent Association president Ed Mullins in a sweep that also targeted the police union’s Lower Manhattan headquarters.
The New York Daily News reported:

Federal investigators descended Tuesday on the Long Island home of controversial Sergeants Benevolent Association president Ed Mullins in a sweep that also targeted the police union’s Lower Manhattan headquarters, the Daily News has learned.

While the details of the probe remained under wraps, an FBI spokeswoman confirmed to The News that the agency was “carrying out a law enforcement action in connection with an ongoing investigation” into the SBA.

“Ed Mullins, who famously called me a ‘first-class whore’ for daring to ask questions about the SBA, just got a first-class raid from the FBI,” tweeted Rep. Ritchie Torres as word of the raids spread.

A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York declined to comment as to the purpose of the raids or its target.

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