Supporters of former President Donald Trump lined up outside his Mar-a-Lago residence Monday night amid reports that the FBI was conducting a search at his Palm Beach, Florida, estate. The news was shared by Trump himself, saying the FBI showed up at the property "unannounced" to execute a search warrant.

Collective calls to "legally and formally" dissolve the FBI are being made on Twitter ever since the news emerged.

Trump supporters have since made a beeline at the resort home, while Republican leaders continue to point fingers at Attorney General Merrick Garland, alleging that the raid was his way to exact revenge on Trump for opposing his Supreme Court nomination back in 2016.

To recap, then-president Obama had named Garland to fill the vacant seat in the SC after Justice Antonin Scalia's death in February 2016. Obama formally nominated Garland on March 16 that year, but even before he could do so, Trump told reporters he wasn't in favor of the decision.

"I think the next president should make the pick, and I think they shouldn't go forward, and I believe I'm pretty much in line with what the Republicans are saying," Trump had said.

"The FBI must be legally and formally dissolved. What happened to President Trump is positively stunning and a mark of unchecked government power. I no longer recognize the country I live in. Left or right, we must all come together to fight this evil," Trump's longtime supporter Candace Owens tweeted. Interestingly, Owens had been missing from the platform since May and has made a comeback of sorts now to drive support for the ex-president.

GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., even threatened to investigate Garland and the Department of Justice (DoJ) if Republicans take back the chamber in the mid-term elections later this year.

"I've seen enough. The Department of Justice has reached an intolerable state of weaponized politicization," he wrote. "When Republicans take back the House, we will conduct immediate oversight of this department, follow the facts, and leave no stone unturned."

In what seems to be a threat of sorts, McCarthy wrote, "Attorney General Garland, preserve your documents and clear your calendar."

"DEFUND THE FBI!" wrote Marjorie Taylor Greene, as many pointed out in the comments section that Republicans are quickly distancing themselves from "back the blue" to "defund the blue".

Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., tweeted, "Weaponizing the FBI to raid President Trump's home makes Watergate look like nothing."

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, tweeted, "The FBI raiding Donald Trump is unprecedented. It is corrupt & an abuse of power. What Nixon tried to do, Biden has now implemented: The Biden Admin has fully weaponized DOJ & FBI to target their political enemies. And with 87K new IRS agents, they're coming for YOU too."

"Congress must demand answers. We need hearings; we need subpoenas. Dems in charge will refuse, but the American people deserve to know why Biden is using the FBI as his political enforcers. Tin-pot dictators do that, but that's not how America works," a follow-up tweet by Cruz read.

"This same DOJ: ignored Hunter Biden (who filmed himself committing multiple felonies); ignored Hillary Clinton; largely ignored BLM/ANTIFA rioters; ignored dangerous protestors outside Justices homes; & ignored Jeffrey Epstein's clients. WHY??" he asked, before sharing a screenshot of an old tweet by former Attorney General Eric Holder and wrote: "Ironically, Eric Holder predicted the Biden DOJ," Cruz wrote in another tweet.