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The game is rigged. Voting is digital now. Pixels on a screen can be manipulated from the top.
originally posted by: MrSpad
originally posted by: AboveBoard
a reply to: MrSpad
Thank you. You make perfectly rational sense. I hadn't heard it explained like that before.
Thanks. Do not get me wrong, I do not agree with the way they do things. The charge however is just a misdemeanor meaning even if they do press it and spend the money and win the person pays a fine or gets probation. It is just not worth it. A rewrite of the law to make it a real crime would likely give them the incentive to push the issue but, until they do almost nobody will ever be prosecuted for mishandling declassified info. Right now they only do so when pleading down from conspiracy or other higher charges.
originally posted by: SyxPak
Just got this from My Wife. It was on another website I guess...
Check out these double standards!!! Watch this short video please!
It contains some double standards of Hillary and a Marine. He was discharged from the military for having classified material, one e-mail, on His personal computer. It contained a warning of an attack, in which three military men were killed. He has been determined to be unfit to serve the country because of it. Hillary on the other hand had over a hundred such emails, with even more sensitive material in them, and got a free pass on the whole deal!!
I was open mouthed in disbelief of what is on that video!!! What an OutRage!!!!!
originally posted by: reldra
a reply to: SyxPak
She was secretary of State. He was not. That might be a reason why.
originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
Yes Hilliary cannot be trusted but Trump Doesn't exactly have a halo over his head. The rest of the world is distrustful of Hilliary but that's nothing compared to the fears that the world has if the skunk in a rug gets elected.