Mr Trump didn’t shoot himself in the foot…the press always does it for him

You want context – here’s some context for you: as tons of audio & written evidence of Pres. Biden/family corruption piles up, the press focuses on – you guessed it…Trump.

And, in their haste to trash the former President (while NOT reporting on their own clay-footed corrupt hero – Biden), they act as if a recording of Mr. Trump is damning, butttt…

…sorry, Democrats & Trump-haters everywhere – it’s not.

What the (former) President took with him is automatically declassified when it was taken. That’s the plenary powers the Supreme Court confirmed he has…as President.

In the audio all his detractors are trying to use against him, he’s making the point that a General (Milley) was trying to smear him as war-mongering against Iran; but the documents he was indicating at the time of the audio prove it was Milley’s plan, not his.

Now, even though documents in his possession taken from the White House while he was President are considered declassified at that point, he still knows they would be seen as provocative by a foreign power, and won’t reveal them to just anyone.

That’s the point he was trying to make.

He wants to keep the information private, considering it confidential and secret, but that’s not the same thing as designating that information as still officially classified.

(He couldn’t do that anyway, ‘cuz he’s no longer President.)

CNN & the usual enemies of his are blowing the whole thing out of context, and trying to make the point that he knows they still bear classification status…but they don’t.

Andrea Widburg makes a great case for how this is going down in her latest article The irrelevancy of the CNN tape of Trump implying a document is classified” 

They’re slow-roasting this Trump-nothingburger, while deep-freezing actual evidence on the entire Biden crime family and their corrupt dealings with foreign entities.

Sadly, it’s a typical (and expected) media shell-game chicanery…feed the masses ever-roasting Trump-hatred…while keeping the masses oblivious to real Democrat crimes.

So, hey…even if Mr. Trump hadn’t provided some inflammatory audio that they could out-of-context hyperventilate over on air, they’d fabricate whatever was needed anyway.

One way or another, they want to serve him up fried and crispy. It’s a nothing burger as was the Russia Collusion election-meddling they misreported, in keeping with their unspoken creed…Tell A Lie Often Enough, And It Becomes Truth.

What else is new?

Hey – don’t worry – we’re sure they’ll tell you, when they think it’s time.

Their version, anyway…

Is there an HONEST lawyer in the house?!? Then again, would it matter?

Indicting someone for following the law is a curiously stupid use of the legal system.

And – whether his political enemies want to admit it or not – (former) Pres Trump did not violate any laws in handling classified information, because he has the plenary power to do whatever he sees fit with such information. Andrea Widburg lays it out succinctly:

“A president’s power whether or not to treat documents as essential to national security supersedes anything either Congress or his own employees in the administrative state can do…regarding national security, the president cannot be subject to Congress. He has plenary, or absolute, power in that area.”

Congress can hatch all types of laws, but a federal prosecutor can’t apply them in any situation where a President has been granted the plenary powers to do what he does.


…the open political act of filing a multicount federal indictment against President Trump is a violation of the federal “Color of Law” statute (TITLE 18, U.S.C., SECTION 242):

Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom, willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States, … shall be fined under this title or imprisoned…

Got that?

He has the full power of the Constitution & Supreme Court decisions behind him.

The former president acted within his rights, privileges, and immunities, and any legal acts ‘under color-of-law’ to deprive those rights, privileges & immunities…is illegal.

And then, there’s the case of the Hatch Act, which, as Don Brown notes:

“(5 U.S. Code § 7323) provides – 

(a)Subject to the provisions of subsection (b), an employee may take an active part in political management or in political campaigns, except an employee may not — 

(1)use his official authority or influence for the purpose of interfering with or affecting the result of an election…”

(The DA filing the indictment in this case is one of those ’employees’ referenced.)

So, that’s at least two federal statute violations…there’s probably more, but, whatever.

And, of course, his political opponents don’t care about such fine points of law, so long as they can show he was indicted…however unlawfully it may have been done.

The question remains – is there an HONEST lawyer in the house?

Or, more importantly, an HONEST judge…to do what’s right?