FBI raids NYPD officer’s union headquarters: Report

(JustPatriots.com)- The Sergeants Benevolent Association, which is the New York City police officers union, was raided by the FBI on Tuesday along with the home of Ed Mullins, the organization’s leader.

An FBI spokesman said that the raid took place as part of a law enforcement operation in connection with an “ongoing investigation.” No further information was given.

The union currently represents more than 13,000 retired and serving police officers.

The sudden and unexplainable raid comes as Mullins undergoes disciplinary proceedings for allegedly tweeting the arrest documents of the daughter of far-left New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio – so while we haven’t got an official reason for the raid, it wouldn’t be unreasonable to assume that it could be political.

It is unclear, however, what exactly investigators are searching for in the offices of the Sergeants Benevolent Association or the home of its leader, Ed Mullins.

De Blasio, who considers any Republican-leaning organization a threat in a city that is now under the control of far-left radicals, claimed in a press conference recently that Mullins is a “divisive voice.”

He would say that. He exposed his daughter’s (alleged) criminality.

De Blasio also referred any questions to the FBI.

Mullins is a well-known and respected police officer having serviced in the force since 1982. He has been the president of the union since 2002.