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Trump stole top secret nuclear documentation - the greatest security risk in US history


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49 minutes ago, aristocrat said:

 

 

Ya, that riot Biden sent to the capital, those fake electors he put together, the death threats against election workers, Biden saying Harris is getting what she deserves et all, ya. 

 

Are you going to visit Trump in jail? 

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Just now, Tiberius said:

Ya, that riot Biden sent to the capital, those fake electors he put together, the death threats against election workers, Biden saying Harris is getting what she deserves et all, ya. 

 

Are you going to visit Trump in jail? 

 

Yes, just like 20 other times we already did...

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1 hour ago, ChiGoose said:


It is DoJ policy not to comment on ongoing investigations because doing so could damage the person being investigated. 
 

Opening an investigation has a lower burden of proof than charging someone. Many (most?) investigations end without a charge. If you’re not going to charge someone with a crime then they have no way to defend themselves against whatever you make public.

 

Trump has the warrant and the receipts. He could make them public but the DoJ cannot because doing so could harm Trump. Garland basically said that Trump had gone public with this so they think it’s ok to unseal the warrant from their end. Of course, Trump still can object to the unsealing if he wants. 
 

Basically, the policy of silence exists to protect the person being investigated 

You're statement about not commenting about ongoing investigations was violated a few hours ago.  Because they just did that. Revealing sensitive information about an ongoing investigation.  Or is there an exemption for that DOJ policy in the case of leaking information to the press?  In this case the Washington Post.  Because that's what it sure looks like.

 

Is anyone at DOJ/FBI the least concerned about identifying the leaker and taking the appropriate action against an official that violated the doctrine of not revealing information about ongoing investigations?  Or is it okay to violate information handling protocols as long as your investigating somebody else that might be accused of violating information security protocols?  

 

 

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1 minute ago, All_Pro_Bills said:

You're statement about not commenting about ongoing investigations has bee violated.  Because they just did that. Revealing sensitive information about an ongoing investigation.  Or is there an exemption for that DOJ policy in the case of leaking information to the press?  In this case the Washington Post.  Because that's what it sure looks like.

 

Is anyone at DOJ/FBI the least concerned about identifying the leaker and taking the appropriate action against an official that violated the doctrine of not revealing information about ongoing investigations?  Or is it okay to violate information handling protocols as long as your investigating somebody else that might be accused of violating information security protocols?  

 

 

 

His theory is that Trump world may have leaked it.  To the Washington Post.  The democracy dies in darkness crew.

 

Right.

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14 hours ago, BillStime said:

The most corrupt POTUS/administration in our lifetime.

 

There is NO defense from the cult to justify Trumps actions w top secret / classified information.

 

 

 


 

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"CNN has not independently confirmed the report."

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6 minutes ago, DRsGhost said:

His theory is that Trump world may have leaked it.  To the Washington Post.  The democracy dies in darkness crew.

 

Right.

 

Then again, if he did knowing there was nothing in the documents to incriminate him, it was a brilliant move.  Fund-raise off it and make the Admin/Feds look like a joke in the process.

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5 minutes ago, ArdmoreRyno said:

 

 

"CNN has not independently confirmed the report."

 

 

 

In the Times of honest reporting,

 

NO ONE would run a story until it was confirmed.

 

But TDS is still the number one disease in the beltway.

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Just now, ALF said:

The DOJ needs to release the receipt of inventory that was taken from Mar Lago or it's just back to speculation.

 

What they need to do is produce these "nuclear documents."

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7 minutes ago, DRsGhost said:

 

His theory is that Trump world may have leaked it.  To the Washington Post.  The democracy dies in darkness crew.

 

Right.

I've seen speculation the boxes contain documents related to the Russia hoax and other deep state operations running for 6 years against Trump's administration that implicate a host of actors and players in both elected and appointed positions inside and outside the government.  And they're Trump's get out of jail free card.  And suddenly something unknown created a sense of urgency to get them back ASAP.

 

Recall he filed suit against Hillary.  What evidence does he have?  Potentially the stuff in those boxes.  I'd expect there are copies somewhere else.  And curiously the same judge that signed off on Garlands search warrant was originally assigned to hear Trump's suit against Hillary.  Coincidence I expect.

 

Do I believe this is likely?  No.  But its no more implausible than the secrets story without having any solid evidence to the contrary.

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18 minutes ago, DRsGhost said:

Isn't it ironic that "the most secure election in US History" gave us the administration that allowed "the greatest security risk in US History" to happen?

 

Seeing as how the election happened under Trump's administration, and the documents were supposedly taken during Trump's days as President (based on the "he can declassify anything he wants" crowd), who let it happen?

 

I have not seen definitive answers on WHEN the documents left the WH, so that may vary, but also seeing as how Trump's admin did everything possible to make the transition as difficult as possible, who is at fault?  And, if Trump and his staffers took the documents, you are still trying to blame others?

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I wonder if Bill Stime has the wherewithall to change the thread title, or if he's going to leave it a comic book quality fabrication like everything else he posts. 

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1 minute ago, TSOL said:

I wonder if Bill Stime has the wherewithall to change the thread title, or if he's going to leave it a comic book quality fabrication like everything else he posts. 

 

 

He does not.

 

Look at his previous false thread titles as evidence.

 

 

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21 minutes ago, B-Man said:

 

 

In the Times of honest reporting,

 

NO ONE would run a story until it was confirmed.

 

But TDS is still the number one disease in the beltway.


LOL - ok Mr REDSTATE 

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15 minutes ago, cle23 said:

 

Seeing as how the election happened under Trump's administration, and the documents were supposedly taken during Trump's days as President (based on the "he can declassify anything he wants" crowd), who let it happen?

 

Who controls federal elections? Hint: It's not the federal government.  

 

And the 18 month interim between when he leaves with these documents and the raid on Mar-A-Lago falls on who?

 

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3 minutes ago, TSOL said:

 

 

Fake ass thread title motha ***** 

 

Clean up your MAGA tears.

 

Since it’s a fake thread I assume you’ll share your receipts from BREITBART?

 

 

 

 

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2022/08/12/maralago-search-warrant-live-updates/10306459002/

 

Maybe it was honest Nancy who leaked the nuclear secrets balcony 

 

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in her weekly news conference offered few details and little reaction to the //FBI search at Mar-a-Lago.

Pelosi, who said she has 30 years of experience with national intelligence, said she hasn’t been formally briefed on the situation and knows only what’s in the public domain.

 

She did express some concern, however, about reports that suggest Trump was storing sensitive information at Mar-a-Lago about nuclear weapons.

“I think what is important to know now is the seriousness of what these documents were alleged to be about…Our concern is always to protect and defend,” Pelosi said.

She did not answer whether there will be a Congressional committee or investigation convened to look into the material Trump was storing.

 

 

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