What if the Obstruction Was the Collusion?

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  1. struth

    struth Well-Known Member

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    What music was that? Putin didn’t have to tell anyone that Clinton was a horrible pick...
     
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    Not sure how you come to that conclusion. She violated the law. I would be in prison, if I did it. To read the statement literally, she did not intend to have a server in her house which handled classified information. It was just there by accident. She then repeatedly lied about it. "The server contained no classified." Lie. "There was no material classified at the time". Lie. "None of the material was marked classified at the time." Lie.
     
  3. Lee Atwater

    Lee Atwater Well-Known Member Donor

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    She was the vastly superior choice on every metric..........as attested to by the last two years.
     
  4. Lee Atwater

    Lee Atwater Well-Known Member Donor

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    Another relapse..........how unfortunate.

    "All the cases prosecuted involved some combination of clearly intentional and willful mishandling of classified information, or vast quantities of materials exposed in such a way as to support an inference of intentional misconduct, or indications of disloyalty to the United States… We do not see those things here."

    Many commentators have criticized Comey’s decision, arguing the statute Clinton was accused of violating, 18 U.S.C. § 793(f), requires only “gross negligence,” not intent. Former federal prosecutor Andy McCarthy has gone so far as to say that replacing the words “gross negligence” with “intent” rewrites that statute to serve political ends.

    McCarthy and others are mistaken. The issue of mens rea, or intent, is not as simple as it seems on the surface, and intent is the correct standard. Comey was right not to recommend filing charges and to base his decision on the absence of evidence that Clinton had the necessary intent.

    We've gone round and round on this too many times. There is no convincing you........despite the evidence..........a circumstance I'm all too accustomed to when dealing with devoted Trumpers.
     
  5. struth

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    Two years of a booming economy? She reset badly relations with Russia, was to stupid to handle classified material....sorry no
     
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    I find it amusing when you play that card on someone who doesn’t approve of many things Trump does and didn’t vote for him.

    You’re a hoot. Carry on.

    :)
     
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    The evidence is that she violated the law.
     

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