a reply to: Lab4Us
At the time that Clinton was Sec of State, there was no rules where the Sec had to use a governmental server to do business. And if you want to go
down that road, when will we see the investigation of Sec. Rice and Sec. Powell, both of whom used a private email server, did receive classified
emails on said servers. And Powell, never followed through with the rules and did not turn over all of his emails. Prosecutors were not wanting to
touch that, cause the evidence that was often presented out to the public, from the Congress, and in particular Trey Gowdy, turned out to be tampered
with by the very people leading that witch hunt. Now all attorneys will tell you, if they are going for a conviction, the last thing that they want
is evidence that has been tampered with or forged.
There is a valid question about Trump and his administrations connection to Russia and other foreign governments. From his business dealings, to
personal relationships, and even that of his staff. We know that the current Secretary of State, Tillerson has an interest with Putin, and Michael
Flynn, was a foreign agent, even when the new administration was told, they still put him into a position where he was national security advisor. Then
there is the personal and business relations that Trump has with the various oligarchs that have close personal connections with Putin. Putin is an
autocrat and a dictator, and nothing major goes on in his country without him knowing about it. Don’t you think that Putin would have approved of
say the Miss Universe pageant being held in Russia.
Then there are the people who seem to be the middle men between the Trump team and Putin that are showing up dead. Now while there is no way to prove
such, but it looks bad, as if someone is deliberately removing any and all ties between the 2.
And then there are the appearance of the conflicts of interest, and the nepotism that is running rampant. Most of the new secretaries, we should
question if they are going to do the best for the departments, and many have skeletons in their closets, where it shows that the do not like very
departments that they are in charge of.
The only way to remove those questions would be a n independent investigation done, reporting to the congress about the findings, without any
interference from either Trump or the congress. If not these questions will always be around,. And from what most who were around during the
Watergate aspect, the current president looks like his administration is covering up, making this far worse.