Once upon a time, there lived a traitor by the name of Donald Trump. He thought he could just do anything he wanted to everybody he wanted, and he’d face no consequences. Then those consequences reached into his mind, and moved in there rent-free.
And now we come to the part of the story where everybody waits with bated breath to see exactly what kind of consequences he will face. That is going to depend on so much. But one thing many legal scholars appear to all agree on is this: “The more we know, the worse it gets.”
All over television and the internet, legal experts are talking about what Trump did. And they all agree not only is it bad, but it’s also just plain awful.
Former Obama White House ethics czar Norm Eisen said this: “These documents are supposed to be stored in what we call SCIF. When I was ambassador, my office was a SCIF, A secure, compartmentalized Information Facility where you’re not allowed to bring in your cell phones.”
“There’s a variety of rules on who can enter and how they can enter, and then within the SCIF, you’ll often have a safe for the most sensitive documents, and we know these documents were not secured that way because one of the things the government said to Mr. Trump and his team was, “you have to put a lock on that room.”
“The more we learn, the worse it gets, the danger to our national security, based on what we’re hearing concerning these documents.”
Is there really anything left to say except “enjoy prison, Donald Trump?”
Donald Trump has now proven he is not just a danger to OUR country. He’s a national security threat, a walking calamity, and has made history, this time being the only President we’ve ever had who is being investigated for the espionage act.
That isn’t quite the notoriety he wanted, but that’s what he got. It’s his scarlet letter, and the Department of Justice will see to it he wears it with pride.