Friday, March 10, 2017

What is good for the goose, isn't good for the gander?

Republicans are lined with double standards. Republicans use Congress to further their politics instead of proceeding with impeachment.

The US House has multiple grounds to begin impeachment yet they cower in the corner hoping it will all go away. The US House is still attempting to force the computer technician that handled the Clinton server to cooperate in still yet ANOTHER investigation after he was given immunity by the FBI. Hillary Clinton's emails were brought before the public as if scandelous when communications between Ms. Abeerdeen and Mr. Weiner were discovered on a personal computer belonging to Mr. Weiner. Comey, having been advised by Justice to hold the information until the election was over proceeded to  turn the election on it's head displacing enough voters to end the victory of Hillary Clinton and many in the down ballot. YET, Mr. Trump is deleting his Twitter communications and NOTHING HAPPENS.

Oh, the House is worried. Ya think. CONCERNED. Chaffetz is concerned. Do you realize the venom used against Hillary Clinton as a Secretary of State and then US Presidential Candidate, but, this time Chaffetz is only concerned. More like SCARED of TRUMP.

"UNCLEARED" individuals may have had access to the Clinton server. But, Trump tweets on  Twitter with impunity, secure or not.

Chaffetz, "Prosecute them!" Hm.


I have to state that? I really have to state the obvious about Trumps' Twitter account!

Presidential Records - National Archives - 44 U.S.C. (United States Code or US Code) Chapter 22 (click here)

National Archives Welcomes Presidential and Federal Records Act Amendments of 2014 (click here)

What's the problem Chaffetz? Inconvenient or far too scary to imagine!

March 11, 2017

President Donald Trump (click here) is famous for reaching out to people using his favorite social media tool — Twitter. However, there have been several instances when he deleted a tweet just because of petty spelling errors.
However, two congressmen, Reps. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) and Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), have decided to act upon the president’s habit of deleting tweets and have expressed concerns by sending a letter to Don McGahn, White House counsel. The letter also highlights the issue of Trump administration’s habit of not keeping a track of his tweets, which leads to a nontransparent use of social media.
According to Presidential Records Act, tweets and messages sent from Donald Trump’s personal account and his official @POTUS account are likely to be presidential records, therefore, they must be preserved and kept track of.
“It has been reported, however, that President Trump has deleted tweets, and if those tweets were not archived, it could pose a violation of the Presidential Records Act,” reads the letter.
The commander-in-chief has deleted his tweets several times due to spelling errors.
Just hours after assuming office, he posted a tweet informing people how honored he was with his new position. Tragically, the statement was marred with a spelling mistake....