Stormsmith wrote:I heard this case will before a judge who was a prosecutor in the 1972 Watergate affair.
Those who don't learn the lessons of history....
Well the obvious difference is that there is no question about whether or not Nixon campaign staffers broke in to the DNC offices at the Watergate complex. They got caught. With the DNC today, it's a bit different. The DNC refused to turn their server over to the FBI for forensic investigation. Since the DNC is the one hiding the evidence, they'll have a more difficult time proving their case. Also, since the leaker was Seth Rich, and he was murdered (gulp), it's not as if they are going to be able to tie Seth Rich to Trump or Russia. On the contrary, he was going to testify to the FBI the next day--the same FBI embroiled in controversy for their obvious pro-Hillary Clinton disposition.
Hong Wu wrote:The DNC never provided their servers to investigators but they will have to provide them to Trump and Wikileaks now.
Right, and if the DNC scrubbed the servers--as Hillary did with her email servers--they've basically killed their own case in the crib.
jimjam wrote:Could this be ..........
Urban Dictionary: circle jerk
1.) When a group of males sit in a circle, (metaphorically) jerking each other off.
Is that all you've got left? The noose is tightening! We're really super frightened now! Uh oh! The DNC is suing!
"We have put together the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics."
-- Joe Biden