Nitpicky? Hell yes.
Started by Recusant, November 11, 2015, 11:29:56 PM
Quote from: Tom62 on June 11, 2023, 12:13:17 PMQuestion remains why it seems to be relatively easy for politicians to take sensitive documents home. Seems to me that security is rather lax. Talking about lax of security, how was Hillary Clinton able to install her own mail server for public communications and then delete tens of thousands of emails. Any "normal" person who does this, would loose his or her job and could even end up in jail. Different standards for different people?
Quote from: Tom62 on June 10, 2023, 01:18:20 PMWhat I don't get is why they not prosecute Biden, Obama, Clinton and Bush for exactly the same reasons. Biden has been stockpiling classified documents since the 1970's.
QuoteThis is the elected president of the United States. He determines if a document is declassified or not. He determines if a document is secret or not. He determines whether it's a government document or not. Congress can't do that. Justice Department can't do that. The intelligence community can't do that. This is an indictment saying, "Donald Trump used his own documents, kept his own documents, liked his own documents, and didn't want to give his own documents back." That's his constitutional right. So the problem with this case is the ENTIRE CASE IS BOGUS. Instead this is an attempt by the Deep State to overturn our constitutional democracy.
QuoteThe courts view them as legally valid unless they violate the Constitution or existing statutes.[source]