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  1. I'm actually the one who would assemble, apply and fire the breeching charge with a very good understanding of K factors.
  2. Yes, the conspiracy and obstruction of Justice are much more serious than the U.S. 18 Code aspect Also indicates others will be involved or plead out and sell his orange buttocks under the bus
  3. "...On a page titled “TRUMP’s Public Statements on Classified Information,” the new indictment highlights excerpts from Trump’s campaign trail speeches in 2016 about the importance of protecting classified information and enforcing the law. These statements serve as evidence that the former president seemed to know that mishandling classified information is a serious crime "We can’t have someone in the Oval Office who doesn’t understand the meaning of the word confidential or classified,” Trump said on Sept. 6, 2016. “[O]ne of the first things we must do is to enforce all classification rules and to enforce all laws relating to the handling of classified information,” Trump is quoted as saying on Sept. 7, 2016. “We also need the best protection of classified information,” Trump said on Sept. 19, 2016. “Service members here in North Carolina have risked their lives to acquire classified intelligence to protect our country,” Trump said on Nov. 3, 2016..." Yahoo News, today So I reiterate "willfully and knowingly" and suspect as the indictment states, he "knowingly" broke the law. He also conspired to "conceal" this crime IAW 18 U.S. Code
  4. 8 June, night time This thread, 9 hours ago, today, 9 June
  5. Did Biden "willfully and unlawfully conceal" them like Trump has done? If so, Indict him and lock him up.
  6. Screen shot was from a tweet. Many are jumping on it as hypocritical. I can see that. From the NYTs "...Throughout 2016, he castigated Hillary Clinton for using a private email server instead of a secure government one. “I’m going to enforce all laws concerning the protection of classified information,” he declared. “No one will be above the law.” Mrs. Clinton’s cavalier handling of the sensitive information, he said, “disqualifies her from the presidency.” Indictment Brings Trump Story Full Circle. June 8 2023 Easy to find the "I'm going to enforce all laws.." harder to find the actual part about "disqualifies her.." That said, the requirements for president are outlined in the Constitution, not U.S. code, so a challenge based on 18 U.S. Code would likely fail as they would have for Hillary. But it would be interesting
  7. Trump is innocent regarding this indictment... for now Wonder if the other indictments that are imminent (or the other one pending trial) will have an impact?
  8. Topic is what they have said. Guardian displays what they said. I get that you are offended by the leftist's vitriol, relax.
  9. Actually, I can. Stumbling around the garage thinking he was in the bathroom, looking for his meds...
  10. "willfully and unlawfully concealed" 18 U.S. code Yep, that is what he did Not what Biden did as far as we know. Maybe the Biden investigation (ongoing) will result in similar charges, we shall see.
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