DoJ is giving Trump special treatment on felony possesion of secret documents. Why?


Two Standards of Justice: Fed Worker Jailed for Mishandling Classified Docs, While Trump Golfs

…from Glenn Kirschner

[ Editor’s Note: Oh my. Glenn finds a federal worker who had removed some top secret files who was quickly charged and recently sentenced.

We also learned that rather than go into Mara-Largo to get get the Trump stolen documents the DoJ negoiated with Trump to turn them over. Might the DoJ have promised not to charge him if he did? We do not know yet.

But who would have the authority to investigate such a situation? Who made the decision to leave the Trump documents in his possession while ‘negotiations’ went on?

And lastly, how do we know that all the documents were returned? Will we ever know? Inquiring minds would like to know… Jim W. Dean ]

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First aired … February 11, 2022

In an astounding double-standard of justice, the Department of Justice issues a press release today, February 11, 2022, announcing that a federal employee named Asia Janay Lavarello removed classified documents and was just sentenced to 3 months in prison.

But Trump removed classified documents (documents that were classified “top secret” as compared to those improperly handled by Ms. Lavarello, which were classified as “secret”), yet Trump is not held to account.

Here is a step-by-step comparison of the two cases, showing how there are two standards of justice at work in our nation. Note: in the video, I mispronounce Ms. Lavarello’s name as “Laravello.” Apologies to Ms. Lavarello.


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  1. I recall one guy who took a laptop home to work, he was not stealing it or giving it to others.
    They stormed his house ruined his life and he went to jail. Immediately.
    The dems are licking their chops watching the repubs bifurcate, but they are bifurcating themselves by not applying the law equally. It is one of the core demands, like wealth inequality and health insurance. If any US troops exchange fire with anyone in UKraine, then the desm will have effectively completed the trifecta of what not to do when you have an advantage. The common person, the majority, has very few friends in the swamp. Biden and the DOJ are now complicit with Donald Trump. It is undeniable.

  2. “What we must do, what we have done, is to learn from the past to better anticipate and prepare for the next threat and seek to disrupt it,” Mr. Garland said Friday, before the Justice Department’s workforce during a ceremony in the sprawling building’s courtyard in Washington. “It is an awesome responsibility. But it is one that we undertake together, and that, in and of itself, gives us strength.” – Merrick Garland on the 20th anniversary of 9/11

    He certainly knows that the real perps of 9/11 were not 19 Arabs armed with boxcutters led by a dude holed up in a cave in Afghanistan. Now he smiles and bides his time…

  3. Inquiring minds would like to know more than if all those top secret files they were returned, if there been sent copies of all those top secret files to that little shithole country in M.E.

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