A young man shopping for a car thought he'd found one, but instead, he was beaten and robbed in a frightening ordeal.
Sam: "The 2000 race between Republican George W. Bush and Democrat Al Gore resulted in a prolonged recount of Florida's votes and ended with a 5-4 Supreme Court ruling that put Bush in the White House." And a good sized chunk of the Democrat party NEVER considered Bush to be legitimate. Moreover, they made it clear that they wouldn't have considered him due the respect accorded a US President even if he had won in a landslide. That continues to this day. "This year, he said, all signs suggest 'a very unhealthy number of that half that's unhappy will also not regard the legitimately elected president of the United States as legitimate.'" See Bush, above. He could have expressed that concern a decade and a half ago, but he didn't. Evidently he didn't consider it important when it was a Republican on the receiving end. "Each candidate has declared the other unqualified for the presidency. Trump talks of 'crooked Hillary' and says she's a 'puppet' of special interests. Clinton calls Trump 'temperamentally unfit' for the Oval Office." And being "temperamentally unfit" is soooo much worse than putting TS/SCI/TK/NOFORN intel, information that is "born classified" and CANNOT originate on a non-secure system, on a private, unsecured server. At some point in the process between such information's "birth" and its existence on Hillary's server, it *had to* have gone through "sneaker net"; that is, someone had to have deliberately copied it from a secured system (which has no USB ports or CD/DVD drives) to a non-secure one. That's deliberate espionage. Bill Barrow is a writer for Salon. If he thought there was no chance Trump would win, he'd be saying how unacceptable and "unprecedented" it all is, even in the face of his own evidence (Bush). If he thought there was no chance Hillary would win, he'd say nothing at all, and be quietly happy that the Democrats were acting that way.