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Trump’s possession of classified documents is illegal and dangerous
Now we have information that the former president of the United States, Donald J. Trump may have actually been in possession of over 300 combined classified documents. Now keep in mind is illegal for a former president to have access to one. All right. One, according to this narrative, he had over 300. Now, about 150 have been absolutely confirmed for the record. So let me first take you to the new report. The documents retrieved by the National Archives, obviously, back in January that included 150. Well, now we know that at least 150. More have been added to that, given the recent raid and other attempts to get information or get this classified information away from Donald Trump. This did not just start, this has been a year long process trying to get these documents back from the former president of the United States. This is damning. Now, according to the report, this information relates to the CIA, National Security Agency and the FBI. Another report said that some of the information included info about nuclear weapons technology in the United States, you don’t get more detrimental than top secret intelligence agencies and nuclear weapons programs. Remember, nuclear weaponry is civilized a civilization ended it can end an entire civilization. Right? That’s a big deal. So let’s look at the defenses here for Donald Trump. Giuliani goes on television, Rudy Giuliani, former attorney for Trump lost his law license because of his affiliation with Donald. He goes on TV and says, Well, you know, he was just preserving the records. He was just preserving confidential information. He was preserving classified information. Well, that’s an admission of guilt. Giuliani. If you were still Trump’s attorney, you would have just convicted him of espionage. Because what you’re saying he did. He’s saying he did not do while you’re saying that he was in fact, in possession of classified documents. His camp is saying he was not. Here’s the spin from Trump’s camp. Trump’s camp is presenting that the documents were actually declassified because of some standing order that nobody knew about what Trump said while he was president. If he took the documents they will does declassified. Nobody heard this standing order. Nobody knows about it. And frankly, over 18 people associated with the former Trump White House say to never happen. It’s a complete lie, a fairy tale fantasy made up.
So Trump wants us to believe that he declassified the information, keep this in mind.
declassification does not simply exist for the President, meaning if something is declassified is declassified for everybody, meaning you and I can now have access to it. He did not declassified the information nor that he wanted declassified. He had the opportunity to actually declassify this information while he was president. And when he was exiting the White House, he chose not to you know why? Because if you declassified the information, it loses its value. A secret is only valuable because only a few people are aware. So why would you think why do you think the former president of the united states chose not to declassify this information?
That’s the question.
Conservatives will make immigration crisis worse
To address the ongoing immigration crisis, former President Donald Trump has announced that, if elected, he will expand his first-term border policies, including sweeping raids and placing undocumented immigrants in camps. Meanwhile, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) has signed a strict immigration law which penalizes employers for hiring undocumented workers. Straight Arrow News contributor Dr.
Trump’s push to prosecute Capitol Police reveals anti-democracy stance
On Jan. 6, 2021, over 2,000 pro-Trump insurrectionists stormed the Capitol following President Joe Biden’s election victory. A House committee investigated the attack, and in its final report, accused former President Donald Trump of inciting violence. Hundreds of insurrectionists have been charged, and now — despite previously touting a pro-law enforcement position — Trump seems
Rosalynn Carter’s humanitarian legacy transcends her first lady role
Rosalynn Carter, the United States First Lady from 1977 to 1981, passed away on Nov. 19 at the age of 96. As a vocal first lady, her lasting impact was marked by her efforts to diminish the stigma associated with mental illnesses. Straight Arrow News contributor Dr. Rashad Richey reflects on the legacy of the
Trump’s proposed policies violate 14th Amendment
Former President Donald Trump is reportedly considering expanding his first-term immigration policies should he win a second term. Initially reported by The New York Times, the proposed changes would involve gathering undocumented immigrants in the U.S. and holding them in large camps while awaiting deportation. Some critics have referred to these detention centers as “concentration
Trump, like Hitler, aspires for dictatorship
Hillary Clinton recently said former President Trump returning to power in 2024 would mark “the end of our country” and has consistently warned Americans of Trump’s aspirations of becoming a dictator. She reminded Americans that the people of Germany likewise elected Adolf Hitler before he consolidated power into a dictatorship and overthrew the German government.
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