Nancy Pelosi doesn’t want Republicans to do exactly what Democrats would do if the shoe were on the other foot.
Nancy Pelosi, the House minority leader, sent a letter on Tuesday to Speaker Paul D. Ryan urging him to bar Republicans from using hacked documents in the campaign, arguing that “defending our democracy is more important than any advantage or disadvantage in this election.”
It’s kind of interesting that, in her formulation, the release of documents that politicians tried to hide from the people is “an unprecedented assault on the sanctity of our democratic process.”
I agree with Vladimir Putin on this matter:
“Listen, does it even matter who hacked this data?” Mr. Putin said in a Bloomberg News interview last week. “The important thing is the content that was given to the public.”
Wow, did you ever think you’d see the day when leader of Russia is more supportive of the public’s right to know than the leadership of the Democrat Party?
We shouldn’t have to depend on hackers to tell us what’s going on behind the scenes in politics. We should have a media that digs for this information and puts it out for the public. But we don’t have an impartial media, we have a Democrat Media Complex that acts as a wing of the party. We don’t have journalists, we have Democrat Media Operatives spinning talking points on behalf of the party. So, I guess data hacks are the only way for the public to get access to the truth.
Oh, by the way, the crony capitalists at Goldman-Sachs (you know, where Hillary gave those half-million dollar speeches)
are forbidding their employees from donating to the Donald Trump campaign.