Monday, August 15, 2022

Former Federal Prosecutor: A Damning Pattern of Facts Against Trump | Opinion

Although we don't know the specific evidence showing probable cause to support a violation of the Espionage Act, we do know that Trump went to great lengths over 17 months to hold onto highly classified information, perhaps relating to nuclear secrets, in such a way that the DOJ has probable cause to believe he has obstructed its investigation. But we do know that the documents, or the circumstances surrounding the documents, were of such grave concern to the DOJ that they pursued the unprecedented step of searching the home of a former president.

Dr. Maya Angelou wisely said, "When people show you who they are the first time, believe them."

Trump has no official use for such sensitive documents anymore. And given his track record of putting his self-interest over the country's interest, it's fair to conclude that Donald Trump remains a threat to the national security of the United States.

via www.newsweek.com

Well this doesn't make a lot of sense to me. Is the insinuation that Trump was keeping this super-secret information to try to sell it to our enemies for a profit? To blackmail the current US administration? Just for the heck of it? I also don't expect the DOJ/FBI to clarify this much either. Unfortunately, their reputation for clarity isn't much better than the former President's. And also the FBI does have reputation for entrapping people they don't like.

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Comments

Oh what balls. They are scared to assassinate him so they've settled for this nonsense. If I were a Yank I'd support the Orange Oaf in this matter.

Posted by: dearieme | Aug 15, 2022 1:41:22 PM

Orange he may be, but oaf he is not. You could only dream of having his mental and verbal skills, as well as his still, unsullied, reputation.

Posted by: STU | Aug 18, 2022 8:02:41 AM

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