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2017-09-24 07:39:39 PM  
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2017-09-24 07:49:16 PM  
This won't amount to anything and I'm fine with that. It's not like anyone actually cared about Hillary's e-mails, it was just something to use as an excuse to not vote for her.

There are plenty of real reasons to despise the Trump administration.
 
2017-09-24 08:03:16 PM  
LOCK HIM UP
 
2017-09-24 08:04:04 PM  
He has a security clearance.  There's only one way to find out if he has classified info in there.  Oh, right... Mueller probably has copies.
 
2017-09-24 08:22:36 PM  
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Is mixing dairy with emails kosher?
 
2017-09-24 08:35:57 PM  

kevlar51: This won't amount to anything and I'm fine with that. It's not like anyone actually cared about Hillary's e-mails, it was just something to use as an excuse to not vote for her.

There are plenty of real reasons to despise the Trump administration.


Along with the whole "she's too sickly to run a country" bullsh*t and whatever the hell else can make her seem "more corrupt" than Trump.

/in other words, even Trump is "better" than having a female president to a disturbingly large part of our population.
 
2017-09-24 08:36:43 PM  
The difference of course is that all Kushner did was arranged an illegal meeting with the express intention of selling out the United States to a foreign power while Hillary worked for a black man
 
2017-09-24 08:49:30 PM  

Voiceofreason01: The difference of course is that all Kushner did was arranged an illegal meeting with the express intention of selling out the United States to a foreign power while Hillary worked for a black man


AND SECRET MUSLIM FROM KENYA!!!!!
 
2017-09-24 09:27:34 PM  
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2017-09-24 09:28:24 PM  
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2017-09-24 09:29:42 PM  
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2017-09-24 10:02:01 PM  
Home brewed private email server!
 
2017-09-24 10:28:22 PM  
The issue with private emails is that they can be hacked by unsavory foreign governments. We already know Jared gives all his information to the Russians, no questions asked. So a private email address isn't an issue.
 
2017-09-24 10:28:51 PM  

kbronsito: [i.imgur.com image 432x303]

Is mixing dairy with emails kosher?


Did you make the butter from the cream that you milked from the emails? If not, you are okay.
 
2017-09-24 10:29:11 PM  

thatguyoverthere70: LOCK HIM UP


Make him eat carnitas.
 
2017-09-24 10:30:14 PM  
I'm drawing a blank here.

Of all the things Republicans have accused Hillary or Obama of doing, is there one thing - just one single solitary thing - that they themselves have not done?
 
2017-09-24 10:31:37 PM  

Karac: I'm drawing a blank here.

Of all the things Republicans have accused Hillary or Obama of doing, is there one thing - just one single solitary thing - that they themselves have not done?


So far we don't know the location of their pedophile pizza ring, but pretty much everyhing else.
 
2017-09-24 10:31:40 PM  
The derp brigade on Twitter is pedantically arguing "no private server, no bleach it, totes different!"

They've invested too much into Trump to see the rank hypocrisy in this, as it would negate some damn strong emotions whipped into a frenzy during the campaign.
 
2017-09-24 10:31:41 PM  

Karac: I'm drawing a blank here.

Of all the things Republicans have accused Hillary or Obama of doing, is there one thing - just one single solitary thing - that they themselves have not done?


They would never, ever be caught dead presidenting while black
 
2017-09-24 10:32:41 PM  

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2017-09-24 10:33:59 PM  
Let's all step back and watch the rationalizing and hypocrisy happen.
 
2017-09-24 10:34:57 PM  
Jared has been rather quiet lately. Maybe he's been househunting in countries where we don't have an extridtion treaty.
 
2017-09-24 10:35:45 PM  

Cpl.D: Let's all step back and watch the rationalizing and hypocrisy happen.


What

They won't even bother
 
2017-09-24 10:36:13 PM  

Karac: I'm drawing a blank here.

Of all the things Republicans have accused Hillary or Obama of doing, is there one thing - just one single solitary thing - that they themselves have not done?


Easy, none of them have forgiven Bill or even pretended to.
 
2017-09-24 10:37:00 PM  

Karac: I'm drawing a blank here.

Of all the things Republicans have accused Hillary or Obama of doing, is there one thing - just one single solitary thing - that they themselves have not done?


The entire Trump presidency seems to be a specifically designed counterargument for every principal and position the GOP has taken over the last 40 years.
 
2017-09-24 10:37:18 PM  

Karac: I'm drawing a blank here.

Of all the things Republicans have accused Hillary or Obama of doing, is there one thing - just one single solitary thing - that they themselves have not done?


Be black or female?
 
2017-09-24 10:39:55 PM  

Catlenfell: Jared has been rather quiet lately. Maybe he's been househunting in countries where we don't have an extridtion treaty.


Kush is busy trying to round up someone to bail him out of the 666 Park Avenue boondoggle.
 
2017-09-24 10:43:39 PM  
Guess what, folks...THEY DON'T farkING CARE!
 
2017-09-24 10:44:14 PM  
Not sure if Subby is trying to be funny, or is actually going with this line.... If true and I have no reason to doubt it, dude needs to face the courts on this one....
 
2017-09-24 10:45:54 PM  
I'm not an expert.
I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary.
Hillary's e-mails had nothing to do with why I didn't vote for her.

But I see some difference here that may or may not be significant.
Jared Kushner is an executive branch employee who is not subject to Senate confirmation and more likely than not is expected to follow a different set of rules for communication and record keeping than any Secretary of State.  Hillary wasn't just supposed to be using a more secured and standard issue government owned server because "those are the rules" and "that's the best way to keep things secure," rather,  she was supposed to use government equipment so that the government could preserve the record of her dealings for posterity.  That's why all the admitted omissions and deletions were such a big deal; it appeared like she was hiding corrupt side deals of some sort.  Kushner may not be subject to the same expectation under the law.
Then again, he may be.
 
2017-09-24 10:47:26 PM  

GentDirkly: I'm not an expert.
I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary.
Hillary's e-mails had nothing to do with why I didn't vote for her.

But I see some difference here that may or may not be significant.
Jared Kushner is an executive branch employee who is not subject to Senate confirmation and more likely than not is expected to follow a different set of rules for communication and record keeping than any Secretary of State.  Hillary wasn't just supposed to be using a more secured and standard issue government owned server because "those are the rules" and "that's the best way to keep things secure," rather,  she was supposed to use government equipment so that the government could preserve the record of her dealings for posterity.  That's why all the admitted omissions and deletions were such a big deal; it appeared like she was hiding corrupt side deals of some sort.  Kushner may not be subject to the same expectation under the law.
Then again, he may be.


None of which is remotely relevant if your single biggest point of attack on your opponent was due to lack of transparency around emails.  That's called farking hypocrisy, regardless of what the law says.
 
2017-09-24 10:48:05 PM  
Of course!
Who can even pretend to be surprised anymore? About the only thing missing is Dijongate...

qorkfiend: Karac: I'm drawing a blank here.

Of all the things Republicans have accused Hillary or Obama of doing, is there one thing - just one single solitary thing - that they themselves have not done?

They would never, ever be caught dead presidenting while black


Beat me to it. I was going to go with a simple "Being black".
 
2017-09-24 10:48:23 PM  

GentDirkly: I'm not an expert.
I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary.
Hillary's e-mails had nothing to do with why I didn't vote for her.

But I see some difference here that may or may not be significant.
Jared Kushner is an executive branch employee who is not subject to Senate confirmation and more likely than not is expected to follow a different set of rules for communication and record keeping than any Secretary of State.  Hillary wasn't just supposed to be using a more secured and standard issue government owned server because "those are the rules" and "that's the best way to keep things secure," rather,  she was supposed to use government equipment so that the government could preserve the record of her dealings for posterity.  That's why all the admitted omissions and deletions were such a big deal; it appeared like she was hiding corrupt side deals of some sort.  Kushner may not be subject to the same expectation under the law.
Then again, he may be.


You believe that non-appointed federal employees have no legal requirement to "preserve the record of [their] dealings for posterity"?
 
2017-09-24 10:48:32 PM  
It's almost as if those going after Hillary were really biased over her sex and not her emails.
 
2017-09-24 10:48:37 PM  
 J. Kush (rapper name)  is waist high in so many foreign interest conflicts  he doesn't have time to even tackle the eleven-point problems of state that the Dump irresponsibly shoveled off on him even if he could.
 
2017-09-24 10:48:53 PM  
People, for whatever reason, already hated Clinton.  This could have been spoon-fed by talk radio, or something else, I don't know.  The emails were just a rationalization of their already-existing dislike.
 
2017-09-24 10:50:56 PM  

jpo2269: Not sure if Subby is trying to be funny, or is actually going with this line.... If true and I have no reason to doubt it, dude needs to face the courts on this one....


It's true, it came directly from Jared's lawyer.  Which is how Trump knew this was going to break, hence the NFL smokescreen.
 
2017-09-24 10:51:00 PM  

HMS_Blinkin: GentDirkly: I'm not an expert.
I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary.
Hillary's e-mails had nothing to do with why I didn't vote for her.

But I see some difference here that may or may not be significant.
Jared Kushner is an executive branch employee who is not subject to Senate confirmation and more likely than not is expected to follow a different set of rules for communication and record keeping than any Secretary of State.  Hillary wasn't just supposed to be using a more secured and standard issue government owned server because "those are the rules" and "that's the best way to keep things secure," rather,  she was supposed to use government equipment so that the government could preserve the record of her dealings for posterity.  That's why all the admitted omissions and deletions were such a big deal; it appeared like she was hiding corrupt side deals of some sort.  Kushner may not be subject to the same expectation under the law.
Then again, he may be.

None of which is remotely relevant if your single biggest point of attack on your opponent was due to lack of transparency around emails.  That's called farking hypocrisy, regardless of what the law says.


Actually, I never thought Hillary would be more transparent or corrupt than Trump. 
I didn't vote for her because she said she wanted Medicaid to start covering abortions.
 
2017-09-24 10:52:11 PM  

GentDirkly: HMS_Blinkin: GentDirkly: I'm not an expert.
I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary.
Hillary's e-mails had nothing to do with why I didn't vote for her.

But I see some difference here that may or may not be significant.
Jared Kushner is an executive branch employee who is not subject to Senate confirmation and more likely than not is expected to follow a different set of rules for communication and record keeping than any Secretary of State.  Hillary wasn't just supposed to be using a more secured and standard issue government owned server because "those are the rules" and "that's the best way to keep things secure," rather,  she was supposed to use government equipment so that the government could preserve the record of her dealings for posterity.  That's why all the admitted omissions and deletions were such a big deal; it appeared like she was hiding corrupt side deals of some sort.  Kushner may not be subject to the same expectation under the law.
Then again, he may be.

None of which is remotely relevant if your single biggest point of attack on your opponent was due to lack of transparency around emails.  That's called farking hypocrisy, regardless of what the law says.

Actually, I never thought Hillary would be more transparent or corrupt than Trump. 
I didn't vote for her because she said she wanted Medicaid to start covering abortions.


O_o
 
2017-09-24 10:52:30 PM  

qorkfiend: GentDirkly: I'm not an expert.
I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary.
Hillary's e-mails had nothing to do with why I didn't vote for her.

But I see some difference here that may or may not be significant.
Jared Kushner is an executive branch employee who is not subject to Senate confirmation and more likely than not is expected to follow a different set of rules for communication and record keeping than any Secretary of State.  Hillary wasn't just supposed to be using a more secured and standard issue government owned server because "those are the rules" and "that's the best way to keep things secure," rather,  she was supposed to use government equipment so that the government could preserve the record of her dealings for posterity.  That's why all the admitted omissions and deletions were such a big deal; it appeared like she was hiding corrupt side deals of some sort.  Kushner may not be subject to the same expectation under the law.
Then again, he may be.

You believe that non-appointed federal employees have no legal requirement to "preserve the record of [their] dealings for posterity"?


No, I believe they are not subject to the same requirements.  I'm sure there's some requirement, but maybe the requirement is different in some significant way.
 
2017-09-24 10:52:46 PM  

GentDirkly: I'm not an expert.
I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary.
Hillary's e-mails had nothing to do with why I didn't vote for her.

But I see some difference here that may or may not be significant.
Jared Kushner is an executive branch employee who is not subject to Senate confirmation and more likely than not is expected to follow a different set of rules for communication and record keeping than any Secretary of State. Hillary wasn't just supposed to be using a more secured and standard issue government owned server because "those are the rules" and "that's the best way to keep things secure," rather,  she was supposed to use government equipment so that the government could preserve the record of her dealings for posterity.  That's why all the admitted omissions and deletions were such a big deal; it appeared like she was hiding corrupt side deals of some sort.  Kushner may not be subject to the same expectation under the law.
Then again, he may be.


Yes the rules for him are much harsher and more absolute. He is nothing more than a functionary and is directly subject to huge numbers of rules. Appointed and confirmed cabinet members have power of decision-making over many rules.
 
2017-09-24 10:53:04 PM  

GentDirkly: HMS_Blinkin: GentDirkly: I'm not an expert.
I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary.
Hillary's e-mails had nothing to do with why I didn't vote for her.

But I see some difference here that may or may not be significant.
Jared Kushner is an executive branch employee who is not subject to Senate confirmation and more likely than not is expected to follow a different set of rules for communication and record keeping than any Secretary of State.  Hillary wasn't just supposed to be using a more secured and standard issue government owned server because "those are the rules" and "that's the best way to keep things secure," rather,  she was supposed to use government equipment so that the government could preserve the record of her dealings for posterity.  That's why all the admitted omissions and deletions were such a big deal; it appeared like she was hiding corrupt side deals of some sort.  Kushner may not be subject to the same expectation under the law.
Then again, he may be.

None of which is remotely relevant if your single biggest point of attack on your opponent was due to lack of transparency around emails.  That's called farking hypocrisy, regardless of what the law says.

Actually, I never thought Hillary would be more transparent or corrupt than Trump. 
I didn't vote for her because she said she wanted Medicaid to start covering abortions.


Way to not address my point.  At all.  This is about Trump's naked farking hypocrisy and nothing else.  I don't give a rat's ass about your backward-ass life or the reasons YOU personally chose to be retarded.
 
2017-09-24 10:53:06 PM  
Hypothetical: it came down to a choice of saving their own asses or obliterating America what would happen?
 
2017-09-24 10:54:15 PM  

GentDirkly: HMS_Blinkin: GentDirkly: I'm not an expert.
I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary.
Hillary's e-mails had nothing to do with why I didn't vote for her.

But I see some difference here that may or may not be significant.
Jared Kushner is an executive branch employee who is not subject to Senate confirmation and more likely than not is expected to follow a different set of rules for communication and record keeping than any Secretary of State.  Hillary wasn't just supposed to be using a more secured and standard issue government owned server because "those are the rules" and "that's the best way to keep things secure," rather,  she was supposed to use government equipment so that the government could preserve the record of her dealings for posterity.  That's why all the admitted omissions and deletions were such a big deal; it appeared like she was hiding corrupt side deals of some sort.  Kushner may not be subject to the same expectation under the law.
Then again, he may be.

None of which is remotely relevant if your single biggest point of attack on your opponent was due to lack of transparency around emails.  That's called farking hypocrisy, regardless of what the law says.

Actually, I never thought Hillary would be more transparent or corrupt than Trump. 
I didn't vote for her because she said she wanted Medicaid to start covering abortions.


Lol.
 
2017-09-24 10:54:27 PM  
It was less about the emails and more about the "her" part.  They couldn't stand "her" because she dared to come out of the kitchen. So they started a decades long misinformation campaign to discredit "her".  The emails was just one of the latest schemes.  They don't really care about the emails, they just wanted to torch "her" credibility.
 
2017-09-24 10:55:13 PM  

Karac: I'm drawing a blank here.

Of all the things Republicans have accused Hillary or Obama of doing, is there one thing - just one single solitary thing - that they themselves have not done?


They still have yet to be born in Kenya.
 
2017-09-24 10:56:30 PM  

HMS_Blinkin: GentDirkly: I'm not an expert.
I didn't vote for Trump or Hillary.
Hillary's e-mails had nothing to do with why I didn't vote for her.

But I see some difference here that may or may not be significant.
Jared Kushner is an executive branch employee who is not subject to Senate confirmation and more likely than not is expected to follow a different set of rules for communication and record keeping than any Secretary of State.  Hillary wasn't just supposed to be using a more secured and standard issue government owned server because "those are the rules" and "that's the best way to keep things secure," rather,  she was supposed to use government equipment so that the government could preserve the record of her dealings for posterity.  That's why all the admitted omissions and deletions were such a big deal; it appeared like she was hiding corrupt side deals of some sort.  Kushner may not be subject to the same expectation under the law.
Then again, he may be.

None of which is remotely relevant if your single biggest point of attack on your opponent was due to lack of transparency around emails.  That's called farking hypocrisy, regardless of what the law says.


But the point of attack was contending that she was corrupt and the deleted emails were to hide pay-for-play deals and the like, not that she was simply not transparent. Hypocrisy there would require that Kushner was using his personal email for personal profit while hiding it from oversight, and that people who attacked Clinton for it are dismissing his.
Not say they're not hypocritical, but you have to give them a bit of time to be hypocritical.
 
2017-09-24 10:56:48 PM  
Twitter rumor is that this isn't the end of this story. Like he might have used private emails to do shady things.

I'm still a bit shocked at how completely incompetent these guys appear.
 
2017-09-24 10:58:28 PM  
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2017-09-24 10:58:39 PM  

Theaetetus: Hypocrisy there would require that Kushner was using his personal email for personal profit while hiding it from oversight, and that people who attacked Clinton for it are dismissing his.


J.R. 'Bob' Chinaski: Twitter rumor is that this isn't the end of this story. Like he might have used private emails to do shady things.


See, that's the part that needs to come out first.
 
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