Friday, March 9, 2018

Finally, some justice.

Saucier recently received a letter from the Department of Justice saying it was taking a new look at his request for a pardon. Although he was released from jail last year, he remained under house arrest.
Trump had denounced the government's handling of Saucier's case, calling it a political move and saying it contrasted with the velvet-gloved response to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's mismanagement of classified information through a private server.
If Hillary is going to get off scot free from her far more serious crimes, then there's no was some enlisted sailor should be behind bars for a so much less serious offense.  There can be no different set of laws for a political elite, all must answer to the same standard. This pardon alleviates a part of this problem.

1 comment:

  1. well they were just trying to make an example of the sailor. you don't seriously believe any one in their right minds would have paid attention to it if they made an example of a politician, say hildabeast????