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(New York Daily News)   Prosecutors say Anthony Weiner deserves over two years in prison for having a minor strip naked and touch herself in video chats, but when pressed concede he does do a great Grumpy Cat impression   ( nydailynews.com) divider line
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2017-09-20 08:57:03 PM  
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2017-09-20 09:13:52 PM  
I don't disagree, but however much time he gets, Pharma-Bro should get +6 months.
 
2017-09-20 10:33:58 PM  

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Surprise butt sex?  I don't think I'd like that very much.

 
2017-09-20 11:31:13 PM  
I'd hate to defend Carlos Danger, so I wont.  Give him the time just for being Anthony Weiner.  But there was some shady shiat going on with the alleged 16 year old, apparently.  Like family cyber-pimping looking for a payout shady.
 
2017-09-21 12:04:27 AM  

LowbrowDeluxe: I'd hate to defend Carlos Danger, so I wont.  Give him the time just for being Anthony Weiner.  But there was some shady shiat going on with the alleged 16 year old, apparently.  Like family cyber-pimping looking for a payout shady.


Interesting.  Source for those of us not usually interested in weiner?
 
2017-09-21 12:12:13 AM  
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2017-09-21 12:13:14 AM  

Glorious Golden Ass: LowbrowDeluxe: I'd hate to defend Carlos Danger, so I wont.  Give him the time just for being Anthony Weiner.  But there was some shady shiat going on with the alleged 16 year old, apparently.  Like family cyber-pimping looking for a payout shady.

Interesting.  Source for those of us not usually interested in weiner?


C'min man it's a one-hop, two-hop at best.
 
2017-09-21 12:17:17 AM  
Prosecutors also rejected Weiner's position

Erect?
 
2017-09-21 12:18:31 AM  
Ugh...Even I can't think of a way to try and make this a joking matter.

........

I once convinced my neighbor's mother that the reason the tires on the passenger-side of her Durango were flat was because Jesus Christ made it known that she was someone of importance worth saving for the greater good.

She drove it on I-95 the way it was. At 70mph. With the right-side tires flat.

black crowes - she talks to angels
Youtube 8_5U0M9ErGA
 
2017-09-21 12:19:12 AM  
He did help Trump get elected, though.  Along with the ruskies and the KKK.
 
2017-09-21 12:23:19 AM  
His wife is hot.
 
2017-09-21 12:26:23 AM  

Unikitty: Glorious Golden Ass: LowbrowDeluxe: I'd hate to defend Carlos Danger, so I wont.  Give him the time just for being Anthony Weiner.  But there was some shady shiat going on with the alleged 16 year old, apparently.  Like family cyber-pimping looking for a payout shady.

Interesting.  Source for those of us not usually interested in weiner?

C'min man it's a one-hop, two-hop at best.


I Googled it.  There were a couple of stories regarding an actual adult cyber mistress, and refrences to this, but nothing about an extortion scheme.

Regardless, there is no excuse for sexual contact with a sixteen year old once you are beyond high school age.
 
2017-09-21 12:27:47 AM  
Yeah, this is complicated. 16 year old girls probably cause more problems than fire ant balls after a hurricane.
 
2017-09-21 12:29:57 AM  

Glorious Golden Ass: LowbrowDeluxe: I'd hate to defend Carlos Danger, so I wont.  Give him the time just for being Anthony Weiner.  But there was some shady shiat going on with the alleged 16 year old, apparently.  Like family cyber-pimping looking for a payout shady.

Interesting.  Source for those of us not usually interested in weiner?


According to another article, (you'd have to google it, I forget where) the female knew he was a perv and actively sought him out.  She started the chats with him -- she claims she was curious to see for herself how bad of a perv he was & that she was disgusted by the fact he pursued her even after she divulged her true age.    So, she admits the whole thing was pretty much entrapment on her part and to deliberately enticing him into this situation.   There may have been other motives, but she didn't mention blackmailing him.  (Though I bet she at least thought about it.)  She plays it off like it was some sort of joke -- poking the bear to see what happens, then got disgusted by his behavior and ratted him out.   Who knows what the real motivation was.

In any case, there's no excuse for his behavior.  2 to 10 years to think about this might deter him in the future from repeating the offense.  Carlos Danger didn't learn his lesson last time, though, so who knows.
 
2017-09-21 12:29:57 AM  

chewynathan: He did help Trump get elected, though.  Along with the ruskies and the KKK.


I hear a lot of people come up with a lot of reasons they claim the election went to Trump that I question.  Such as those emails, Bernie's primary campaign and Hillary coming across as shrill. Maybe those were significant factors, but I can't help but think that her being on the receiving end of 25 straight years of Republican shiat shovelling, wild accusations, pointless investigations and wild-eyed conspiracy theories did her more damage than anything else. A lot of people hate her, and I don't think if asked they could give an actual, substantial reason why. They've just heard that she is horrible and believe it.

That being said, Weiner certainly didn't help the campaign.
 
2017-09-21 12:34:46 AM  
Doesn't sound like nearly enough to me.
 
2017-09-21 12:51:14 AM  
I'm just disappointed this didn't get the 'weeners' tag.
 
2017-09-21 12:51:31 AM  
What a dummas.  How can a man let his hormones rule his life like that?  Fantasy is one thing but he definitely went way over that line.  He should never be around young people (especially his kids) again.  He won't have a good time in jail.
 
2017-09-21 12:56:38 AM  

Gordon Bennett: chewynathan: He did help Trump get elected, though.  Along with the ruskies and the KKK.

I hear a lot of people come up with a lot of reasons they claim the election went to Trump that I question.  Such as those emails, Bernie's primary campaign and Hillary coming across as shrill. Maybe those were significant factors, but I can't help but think that her being on the receiving end of 25 straight years of Republican shiat shovelling, wild accusations, pointless investigations and wild-eyed conspiracy theories did her more damage than anything else. A lot of people hate her, and I don't think if asked they could give an actual, substantial reason why. They've just heard that she is horrible and believe it.

That being said, Weiner certainly didn't help the campaign.


Really?  You don't believe people can "give an actual, substantial reason why" they don't like HRC?

Hilarious!  Here goes:  the most substantial plank of her platform if you want to call it a platform was more and bigger Obamacare.  This totally ignored two facts:  Obamacare was failing and secondly, the middle class felt screwed by Obamacare's rising cost and shrinking networks.

Too much attention and emphasis was given to topics that had no bearing on 99% of the population such as gender identity.  HRC aligned with BLM which isn't fully embraced by her voters, and has its share of problems.

There are hundreds of other issues surrounding her as a candidate, early on she touted "two for one" then quickly dropped it and never mentioned it again.  It also didn't help that she was failing physically, and coughing and fainting during appearances.

In the end, she didn't even campaign in key states and it cost her dearly.

Don't make excuses for her, she was a horrible choice and it should come as no surprise to anyone viewing objectively, why she lost.
 
2017-09-21 01:09:39 AM  
Ok, I had to go back and check, but the article says she was 15, not 16. I think it matters. But I'm old and in the way, so....
 
2017-09-21 01:17:01 AM  
Mustard or Catsup?
 
2017-09-21 01:22:03 AM  
I read that as "torch herself" and had a serious case of WTF.  Until I remembered I am allegedly just a tiny bit inebriabated.  Closing one eye works wonders.
 
2017-09-21 01:22:27 AM  

filetofish bigmac quarter pounder with cheese: Gordon Bennett: chewynathan: He did help Trump get elected, though. Along with the ruskies and the KKK.

I hear a lot of people come up with a lot of reasons they claim the election went to Trump that I question. Such as those emails, Bernie's primary campaign and Hillary coming across as shrill. Maybe those were significant factors, but I can't help but think that her being on the receiving end of 25 straight years of Republican shiat shovelling, wild accusations, pointless investigations and wild-eyed conspiracy theories did her more damage than anything else. A lot of people hate her, and I don't think if asked they could give an actual, substantial reason why. They've just heard that she is horrible and believe it.

That being said, Weiner certainly didn't help the campaign.

Really? You don't believe people can "give an actual, substantial reason why" they don't like HRC?

Hilarious! Here goes: the most substantial plank of her platform if you want to call it a platform was more and bigger Obamacare. This totally ignored two facts: Obamacare was failing



He probably should have gone with "actual, substantial reason that isn't a lie" to head off bullshiat like your post.
 
2017-09-21 01:36:30 AM  
The ruling class is chock full of perverts like Weiner.
 
2017-09-21 01:57:48 AM  
Penis.
 
2017-09-21 02:02:57 AM  

King Something: Penis.


Mightier.
 
2017-09-21 02:21:46 AM  

thanksagainandagain: King Something: Penis.

Mightier.


Than
 
2017-09-21 03:12:57 AM  

Gordon Bennett: chewynathan: He did help Trump get elected, though.  Along with the ruskies and the KKK.

I hear a lot of people come up with a lot of reasons they claim the election went to Trump that I question.  Such as those emails, Bernie's primary campaign and Hillary coming across as shrill. Maybe those were significant factors, but I can't help but think that her being on the receiving end of 25 straight years of Republican shiat shovelling, wild accusations, pointless investigations and wild-eyed conspiracy theories did her more damage than anything else. A lot of people hate her, and I don't think if asked they could give an actual, substantial reason why. They've just heard that she is horrible and believe it.

That being said, Weiner certainly didn't help the campaign.


Really? You can't think of a single reason why 63 million people hated her so much they elected this buffoon??

For me, it was the classified SecState emails she kept on her own personal sever in her bathroom at home and then deleted 30,000 of them saying they weren't official business. My friend said he first hated her when it was disclosed, then later confirmed, that she received the primary debate questions ahead of time to give her an advantage over the other DNC candidates.

But, my other friend, one of my best friends, stated he hated her for colluding with the than DNC chairwoman to smear Bernie Sanders, something the DNC should never be involved in against another DNC candidate.

Have you been living under a rock?
 
2017-09-21 03:14:35 AM  

filetofish bigmac quarter pounder with cheese: Gordon Bennett: chewynathan: He did help Trump get elected, though.  Along with the ruskies and the KKK.

I hear a lot of people come up with a lot of reasons they claim the election went to Trump that I question.  Such as those emails, Bernie's primary campaign and Hillary coming across as shrill. Maybe those were significant factors, but I can't help but think that her being on the receiving end of 25 straight years of Republican shiat shovelling, wild accusations, pointless investigations and wild-eyed conspiracy theories did her more damage than anything else. A lot of people hate her, and I don't think if asked they could give an actual, substantial reason why. They've just heard that she is horrible and believe it.

That being said, Weiner certainly didn't help the campaign.

Really?  You don't believe people can "give an actual, substantial reason why" they don't like HRC?

Hilarious!  Here goes:  the most substantial plank of her platform if you want to call it a platform was more and bigger Obamacare.  This totally ignored two facts:  Obamacare was failing and secondly, the middle class felt screwed by Obamacare's rising cost and shrinking networks.

Too much attention and emphasis was given to topics that had no bearing on 99% of the population such as gender identity.  HRC aligned with BLM which isn't fully embraced by her voters, and has its share of problems.

There are hundreds of other issues surrounding her as a candidate, early on she touted "two for one" then quickly dropped it and never mentioned it again.  It also didn't help that she was failing physically, and coughing and fainting during appearances.

In the end, she didn't even campaign in key states and it cost her dearly.

Don't make excuses for her, she was a horrible choice and it should come as no surprise to anyone viewing objectively, why she lost.


Exactly. Well stated.
 
2017-09-21 03:26:45 AM  

Loose_Cannon: filetofish bigmac quarter pounder with cheese: Gordon Bennett: chewynathan: He did help Trump get elected, though.  Along with the ruskies and the KKK.

I hear a lot of people come up with a lot of reasons they claim the election went to Trump that I question.  Such as those emails, Bernie's primary campaign and Hillary coming across as shrill. Maybe those were significant factors, but I can't help but think that her being on the receiving end of 25 straight years of Republican shiat shovelling, wild accusations, pointless investigations and wild-eyed conspiracy theories did her more damage than anything else. A lot of people hate her, and I don't think if asked they could give an actual, substantial reason why. They've just heard that she is horrible and believe it.

That being said, Weiner certainly didn't help the campaign.

Really?  You don't believe people can "give an actual, substantial reason why" they don't like HRC?

Hilarious!  Here goes:  the most substantial plank of her platform if you want to call it a platform was more and bigger Obamacare.  This totally ignored two facts:  Obamacare was failing and secondly, the middle class felt screwed by Obamacare's rising cost and shrinking networks.

Too much attention and emphasis was given to topics that had no bearing on 99% of the population such as gender identity.  HRC aligned with BLM which isn't fully embraced by her voters, and has its share of problems.

There are hundreds of other issues surrounding her as a candidate, early on she touted "two for one" then quickly dropped it and never mentioned it again.  It also didn't help that she was failing physically, and coughing and fainting during appearances.

In the end, she didn't even campaign in key states and it cost her dearly.

Don't make excuses for her, she was a horrible choice and it should come as no surprise to anyone viewing objectively, why she lost.

Exactly. Well stated.


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2017-09-21 03:34:51 AM  
I'm waiting for the pardon request.  "Dear Donny, I did you a solid.  How about some Presidential love in return?  Signed, Carlos Danger"
 
2017-09-21 04:06:31 AM  
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2017-09-21 04:24:44 AM  

Loose_Cannon: Gordon Bennett: chewynathan: He did help Trump get elected, though.  Along with the ruskies and the KKK.

I hear a lot of people come up with a lot of reasons they claim the election went to Trump that I question.  Such as those emails, Bernie's primary campaign and Hillary coming across as shrill. Maybe those were significant factors, but I can't help but think that her being on the receiving end of 25 straight years of Republican shiat shovelling, wild accusations, pointless investigations and wild-eyed conspiracy theories did her more damage than anything else. A lot of people hate her, and I don't think if asked they could give an actual, substantial reason why. They've just heard that she is horrible and believe it.

That being said, Weiner certainly didn't help the campaign.

Really? You can't think of a single reason why 63 million people hated her so much they elected this buffoon??

For me, it was the classified SecState emails she kept on her own personal sever in her bathroom at home and then deleted 30,000 of them saying they weren't official business. My friend said he first hated her when it was disclosed, then later confirmed, that she received the primary debate questions ahead of time to give her an advantage over the other DNC candidates.

But, my other friend, one of my best friends, stated he hated her for colluding with the than DNC chairwoman to smear Bernie Sanders, something the DNC should never be involved in against another DNC candidate.

Have you been living under a rock?


None of those are even remotely adequate reasons for voting for the vulgar, obscene wad of horror that is Donald Trump - those who cast that vote are traitors, and no fairy tales about Horrible Hillary excuse it.
Traitors - plain and simple.
 
2017-09-21 04:54:03 AM  

tbeatty: Was the [img.fark.net image 54x11] tag on vacation?


I think it's doing 5-10
 
2017-09-21 05:23:19 AM  

Habeas Porpoise: tbeatty: Was the [img.fark.net image 54x11] tag on vacation?

I think it's doing 5-10


...in truth, he tells the ladies it's 10 when it's actually only 5.
 
2017-09-21 05:27:08 AM  

WaffleStomper: What a dummas.


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2017-09-21 05:34:12 AM  

filetofish bigmac quarter pounder with cheese: Gordon Bennett: chewynathan: He did help Trump get elected, though.  Along with the ruskies and the KKK.

I hear a lot of people come up with a lot of reasons they claim the election went to Trump that I question.  Such as those emails, Bernie's primary campaign and Hillary coming across as shrill. Maybe those were significant factors, but I can't help but think that her being on the receiving end of 25 straight years of Republican shiat shovelling, wild accusations, pointless investigations and wild-eyed conspiracy theories did her more damage than anything else. A lot of people hate her, and I don't think if asked they could give an actual, substantial reason why. They've just heard that she is horrible and believe it.

That being said, Weiner certainly didn't help the campaign.

Really?  You don't believe people can "give an actual, substantial reason why" they don't like HRC?

Hilarious!  Here goes:  the most substantial plank of her platform if you want to call it a platform was more and bigger Obamacare.  This totally ignored two facts:  Obamacare was failing and secondly, the middle class felt screwed by Obamacare's rising cost and shrinking networks.

Too much attention and emphasis was given to topics that had no bearing on 99% of the population such as gender identity.  HRC aligned with BLM which isn't fully embraced by her voters, and has its share of problems.

There are hundreds of other issues surrounding her as a candidate, early on she touted "two for one" then quickly dropped it and never mentioned it again.  It also didn't help that she was failing physically, and coughing and fainting during appearances.

In the end, she didn't even campaign in key states and it cost her dearly.

Don't make excuses for her, she was a horrible choice and it should come as no surprise to anyone viewing objectively, why she lost.


You really think that's why people hated Hillary for 30 years? Because she gave healthcare to people and stood up for minority civil rights under Obama?
 
2017-09-21 05:35:21 AM  

Gordon Bennett: chewynathan: He did help Trump get elected, though.  Along with the ruskies and the KKK.

I hear a lot of people come up with a lot of reasons they claim the election went to Trump that I question.  Such as those emails, Bernie's primary campaign and Hillary coming across as shrill. Maybe those were significant factors, but I can't help but think that her being on the receiving end of 25 straight years of Republican shiat shovelling, wild accusations, pointless investigations and wild-eyed conspiracy theories did her more damage than anything else. A lot of people hate her, and I don't think if asked they could give an actual, substantial reason why. They've just heard that she is horrible and believe it.


If you ask them, they'd probably give you all sorts of substantial reasons why.

Whether those reasons are actually true, however, is another matter.
 
2017-09-21 05:42:21 AM  

Loose_Cannon: For me, it was the classified SecState emails she kept on her own personal sever in her bathroom at home and then deleted 30,000 of them saying they weren't official business.


And I'm sure you were just as incensed when the Bush Administration deleted 22 million emails, right?
 
2017-09-21 06:17:46 AM  
For AW, 70,000+/- votes out of 128,000,000 were the difference between sleeping in the Lincoln Bedroom and a jail cell..
 
2017-09-21 06:18:20 AM  

Ishkur: Loose_Cannon: For me, it was the classified SecState emails she kept on her own personal sever in her bathroom at home and then deleted 30,000 of them saying they weren't official business.

And I'm sure you were just as incensed when the Bush Administration deleted 22 million emails, right?


[citation needed].  Big difference between deleting email on a government server, which by law has backups and deliberately setting up a server to circumvent those laws.   It's bad enough that that the RNC and DNC are not required to keep records.  We don't need officials circumventing the law in their everyday business.  It should also be illegal to provide printed records when electronic records are available which was another deplorable tactic used to thwart the records law.
 
2017-09-21 06:31:03 AM  

tbeatty: [citation needed]. Big difference between deleting email on a government server, which by law has backups and deliberately setting up a server to circumvent those laws. It's bad enough that that the RNC and DNC are not required to keep records. We don't need officials circumventing the law in their everyday business. It should also be illegal to provide printed records when electronic records are available which was another deplorable tactic used to thwart the records law.


will Snopes work for you?

The whole deal behind the 30,000 missing emails was that some may have contained classified info which constitutes a breach of security and thus Hillary cannot be trusted to run the country.

Ironically, the people who are most concerned about breach of security chose instead to vote for a man who is actively and overtly working with America's enemies to bring down the country.
 
2017-09-21 06:39:58 AM  

KingRamze: Glorious Golden Ass: LowbrowDeluxe: I'd hate to defend Carlos Danger, so I wont.  Give him the time just for being Anthony Weiner.  But there was some shady shiat going on with the alleged 16 year old, apparently.  Like family cyber-pimping looking for a payout shady.

Interesting.  Source for those of us not usually interested in weiner?

According to another article, (you'd have to google it, I forget where) the female knew he was a perv and actively sought him out.  She started the chats with him -- she claims she was curious to see for herself how bad of a perv he was & that she was disgusted by the fact he pursued her even after she divulged her true age.    So, she admits the whole thing was pretty much entrapment on her part and to deliberately enticing him into this situation.   There may have been other motives, but she didn't mention blackmailing him.  (Though I bet she at least thought about it.)  She plays it off like it was some sort of joke -- poking the bear to see what happens, then got disgusted by his behavior and ratted him out.   Who knows what the real motivation was.

In any case, there's no excuse for his behavior.  2 to 10 years to think about this might deter him in the future from repeating the offense.  Carlos Danger didn't learn his lesson last time, though, so who knows.


real motivation? obviously you are not the parent of teenage girls and you didn't date them when you were a teenager. young people are capable of some really horrific shiat. they don't know better - or so it seems- at that age.
 
2017-09-21 06:55:58 AM  

jso2897: Loose_Cannon: Gordon Bennett: chewynathan: He did help Trump get elected, though.  Along with the ruskies and the KKK.

I hear a lot of people come up with a lot of reasons they claim the election went to Trump that I question.  Such as those emails, Bernie's primary campaign and Hillary coming across as shrill. Maybe those were significant factors, but I can't help but think that her being on the receiving end of 25 straight years of Republican shiat shovelling, wild accusations, pointless investigations and wild-eyed conspiracy theories did her more damage than anything else. A lot of people hate her, and I don't think if asked they could give an actual, substantial reason why. They've just heard that she is horrible and believe it.

That being said, Weiner certainly didn't help the campaign.

Really? You can't think of a single reason why 63 million people hated her so much they elected this buffoon??

For me, it was the classified SecState emails she kept on her own personal sever in her bathroom at home and then deleted 30,000 of them saying they weren't official business. My friend said he first hated her when it was disclosed, then later confirmed, that she received the primary debate questions ahead of time to give her an advantage over the other DNC candidates.

But, my other friend, one of my best friends, stated he hated her for colluding with the than DNC chairwoman to smear Bernie Sanders, something the DNC should never be involved in against another DNC candidate.

Have you been living under a rock?

None of those are even remotely adequate reasons for voting for the vulgar, obscene wad of horror that is Donald Trump - those who cast that vote are traitors, and no fairy tales about Horrible Hillary excuse it.
Traitors - plain and simple.


You're trying to be funny and failing
 
2017-09-21 07:13:27 AM  

KC Critic: The ruling class

human race is chock full of perverts like Weiner.
 
2017-09-21 07:15:28 AM  

Ishkur: tbeatty: [citation needed]. Big difference between deleting email on a government server, which by law has backups and deliberately setting up a server to circumvent those laws. It's bad enough that that the RNC and DNC are not required to keep records. We don't need officials circumventing the law in their everyday business. It should also be illegal to provide printed records when electronic records are available which was another deplorable tactic used to thwart the records law.

will Snopes work for you?

The whole deal behind the 30,000 missing emails was that some may have contained classified info which constitutes a breach of security and thus Hillary cannot be trusted to run the country.

Ironically, the people who are most concerned about breach of security chose instead to vote for a man who is actively and overtly working with America's enemies to bring down the country.


Did you even read the Snopes article?  Bush administration emails were recovered because there was no intent to control what was archived but still, that experience should have set policy for all departments.  The same Snopes article points out that the classified issue was only part of Clinton's email problem.  Namely that emails she deemed "personal" were not produced.  As I said, the biggest issue and the motivation behind such a server was to control what was archived and available to the government and public.  This is the same reason the DNC declined to let the FBI have access to their servers after the Russian hack.  It all stinks that the people that run the government implicitly don't trust it.  The resistance to produce records was deliberate and should be criminal regardless of party and that's what made Clinton's server too clever by half.    She had no intention to mishandle classified information but that was the side-result of having a server that was designed to keep her communications shielded from the governments record retention.
 
2017-09-21 07:24:00 AM  

tbeatty: Did you even read the Snopes article?


I did.

tbeatty: Bush administration emails were recovered


Some were recovered. They have not been released.

tbeatty: As I said, the biggest issue and the motivation behind such a server was to control what was archived and available to the government and public. This is the same reason the DNC declined to let the FBI have access to their servers after the Russian hack. It all stinks that the people that run the government implicitly don't trust it. The resistance to produce records was deliberate and should be criminal regardless of party and that's what made Clinton's server too clever by half. She had no intention to mishandle classified information but that was the side-result of having a server that was designed to keep her communications shielded from the governments record retention.


Do you seriously think the Trump Administration isn't guilty of this as well?
 
2017-09-21 07:27:36 AM  

tbeatty: Did you even read the Snopes article?  Bush administration emails were recovered because there was no intent to control what was archived but still, that experience should have set policy for all departments.  The same Snopes article points out that the classified issue was only part of Clinton's email problem.  Namely that emails she deemed "personal" were not produced.  As I said, the biggest issue and the motivation behind such a server was to control what was archived and available to the government and public.  This is the same reason the DNC declined to let the FBI have access to their servers after the Russian hack.  It all stinks that the people that run the government implicitly don't trust it.  The resistance to produce records was deliberate and should be criminal regardless of party and that's what made Clinton's server too clever by half.    She had no intention to mishandle classified information but that was the side-result of having a server that was designed to keep her communications shielded from the governments record retention.


Not to mention that Clinton had the power to break the cycle of the press finding new information and her lying about it at any time, and she chose not to.
 
2017-09-21 07:29:03 AM  

Ishkur: Do you seriously think the Trump Administration isn't guilty of this as well?


I'd wager the contents of e-mails are part of the Mueller investigation.
 
2017-09-21 07:29:51 AM  

GoldSpider: Not to mention that Clinton had the power to break the cycle of the press finding new information and her lying about it at any time, and she chose not to.


Well, it's a good thing we don't have someone like that in the White House.

Dodged a bullet there!
 
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