That's what I've been saying. We don't know. You sure do act like you know, though.

Author: NedoftheHill (21169 Posts - Joined: Jun 29, 2011)
Posted at 6:40 pm on Jan 9, 2019

What was the data? Was it confidential? Was it publicly available? When was it given?...during the campaign?...before he was campaign manager? To whom was it given? To his business partner? Was the guy tied to current Russian intelligence organizations? If so, did he know that? Or, was the recipient just a soviet military intelligence veteran, like so many veterans in the US who have nothing to do with the intelligence community here now? Did he give it with instructions? Or was it just on the server at their company, and thereby accessible to the Ukrainian guy? Do we count Ukrainians as Russians all the time, or just in this case? Was the information for a special purpose for them to exploit? Or, was it incidental to a conversation, and mentioned in passing? Was it the same kind of information that the Dems gave foreign operatives? I think there are a lot of facts which could lean illegal, or which could lean to legal. We'll just have to see.

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