The Biden Classified Docs Special Prosecutor Must Look For Chinese Spies
Headlines in 2022 damned former President Donald Trump for mishandling "classified information" -- a term designating secrets that have genuine national security value.
2023: current President Joe Biden has definitely mishandled classified info. Damning fact: Biden's negligence -- or malfeasance -- was discovered before the 2022 midterm elections.
For two months the FBI, Department of Justice and corrupt media provided Biden with politically expedient silence.
Fact: Trump endured a very ugly FBI raid on his Florida home. Fact: Biden confronts drip-by-drip evidence that he ignored very clear laws governing classified national security information when he left the office of vice president in early 2017.
Differentiating fact: Trump, as president, had classification authority, meaning he could declassify documents. VP Joe did not.
Raid Trump, Biden slides in silence. The two-tiered justice system stinks and is patently un-American.
National security means a lot to me, and for the sake of our security let's get to the gut of the classified info issue.
The laws governing classified national security information are a fortification -- a legal, institutional and behavioral fort that codifies and enforces procedures for determining the classification level, limiting the distribution and maintaining the physical control of secrets.
Government security agencies are supposed to be fully committed to protecting secrets that contribute to the defense of Americans and American allies from deadly threats and destructive surprises.
World War II's sobering rhyme, "loose lips sink ships," reminded America that failure to protect national security secrets exacted a blood price. Even minimal negligence could give an enemy enough information to damage the U.S. and allied war effort and kill American soldiers and sailors.