Sununu calls Biden and Garland 'morons' over handling of Mar-a-Lago raid

m.knox

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He makes a good point.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...-biden-merrick-garland-morons-mar-a-lago-raid

"I think the biggest issue is what we've all been talking about: the fact that when you're going to go into a former president's house, yet clearly, Biden and Garland, they had no strategy, no anticipation about saying, 'We’re going to take unprecedented action so we better have an unprecedented plan for disclosure,'" Sununu told the network. "And the fact that we’re weeks in now, they’re not showing any cards, they’re not showing anything. The lack of transparency, it’s infuriating. And that is where they have absolutely blown it, and that’s where they’ve lost the trust of the American people because it just looks political."

The GOP governor added that while he understands the FBI and Justice Department not wanting to divulge information related to an active investigation, "that should have been thought out before" the warrant on Trump's Florida estate was carried out.

"If they didn’t anticipate this type of response from the American people, well, they’re morons," Sununu said. "They really are. They’re absolute fools. Because you cannot walk into a former president’s home, raid his home like that, and then say, 'Well, we’ll get back to you later.' Not acceptable to the American people."
 

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He makes a good point.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/...-biden-merrick-garland-morons-mar-a-lago-raid

"I think the biggest issue is what we've all been talking about: the fact that when you're going to go into a former president's house, yet clearly, Biden and Garland, they had no strategy, no anticipation about saying, 'We’re going to take unprecedented action so we better have an unprecedented plan for disclosure,'" Sununu told the network. "And the fact that we’re weeks in now, they’re not showing any cards, they’re not showing anything. The lack of transparency, it’s infuriating. And that is where they have absolutely blown it, and that’s where they’ve lost the trust of the American people because it just looks political."

The GOP governor added that while he understands the FBI and Justice Department not wanting to divulge information related to an active investigation, "that should have been thought out before" the warrant on Trump's Florida estate was carried out.

"If they didn’t anticipate this type of response from the American people, well, they’re morons," Sununu said. "They really are. They’re absolute fools. Because you cannot walk into a former president’s home, raid his home like that, and then say, 'Well, we’ll get back to you later.' Not acceptable to the American people."

Garland and Biden think that Americans think like they think ... that anything against Trump is a good thing.

They are completely out of touch. We see it on this board. They cover bad policies by assuming that there is enough Trump-hate to cause blindness. This is why our board leftists always respond with something like "But Trump ..." whenever we raise an important issue. They have nothing else.
 

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"A plan for disclosure?" LOL. The DOJ is ethically bound to avoid trying any particular case (whether it is an investigation or a prosecution) in the media. Their plan was to stay out of the papers with comments and let their court filings speak for themselves. They have had to modify that plan given Trump's public caterwauling, but that was a good plan from the get-go.
 
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"A plan for disclosure?" LOL. The DOJ is ethically bound to avoid trying any particular case (whether it is an investigation or a prosecution) in the media. Their plan was to stay out of the papers with comments and let their court filings speak for themselves. They have had to modify that plan given Trump's public caterwauling, but that was a good plan from the get-go.
It's amazing after all the stupidity you post against the GOP, and you post bullsh&t like this about the DOJ. Next, you'll profess you and the DOJ are impartial. Lmao.
 

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"A plan for disclosure?" LOL. The DOJ is ethically bound to avoid trying any particular case (whether it is an investigation or a prosecution) in the media. Their plan was to stay out of the papers with comments and let their court filings speak for themselves. They have had to modify that plan given Trump's public caterwauling, but that was a good plan from the get-go.
You should stick with writing wills for senior citizens.
 

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I think they knew there would be strong blowback. But they decided it was worth it.

Two reasons . 1) They are petrified of Trump winning back the presidency. They know if he gets in he will go after them relentlessly until many are in prison for many years. Their treason, sedition, plotting, planning and conniving against an elected President will all be exposed.

2) They had to raid his home at any cost because the judge that signed the search warrant had been the same judge presiding over Trump’s lawsuit against Hildebeast, the DNC, and others. He was the judge since March but suddenly recused himself on June 22. What took so long if he had some conflict? Should have refused the case from the beginning. But he sat on it for four months ...long enough to see some of the evidence. My assumption is that he....a former DOJ attorney,.......called his co-conspirators to warn them Trump had some serious documents again them in his possession. Thus they raided his home to remove all the dirt on them. Worth the cost no matter how high.

Just hope that Trump has copies, thumb drives, saved on the cloud......whatever it takes to destroy these swamp beasts and the swamp in which they dwell.
 

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I think they knew there would be strong blowback. But they decided it was worth it.

Two reasons . 1) They are petrified of Trump winning back the presidency. They know if he gets in he will go after them relentlessly until many are in prison for many years. Their treason, sedition, plotting, planning and conniving against an elected President will all be exposed.

2) They had to raid his home at any cost because the judge that signed the search warrant had been the same judge presiding over Trump’s lawsuit against Hildebeast, the DNC, and others. He was the judge since March but suddenly recused himself on June 22. What took so long if he had some conflict? Should have refused the case from the beginning. But he sat on it for four months ...long enough to see some of the evidence. My assumption is that he....a former DOJ attorney,.......called his co-conspirators to warn them Trump had some serious documents again them in his possession. Thus they raided his home to remove all the dirt on them. Worth the cost no matter how high.

Just hope that Trump has copies, thumb drives, saved on the cloud......whatever it takes to destroy these swamp beasts and the swamp in which they dwell.
This ^^^^
 
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Yeah, the documents are so important, Garland waited weeks to approve the warrant. Citing Roling Stone is as, blind leading the blind, as it gets.
 

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The Swamp must be destroyed if we are to remain a free country. The left keeps pushing and pushing with conduct that flouts the law. I am afraid that we are rapidly reaching the point of no return with a radical democrat party that is determined to destroy the country, I just hope that a Republican controlled congress is up to the task.