Declassify, Distribute, and Let the People Decide | Beaufort County Now | Democrats clamoring for Donald Trump’s immediate removal from office may be afraid of what documents he might declassify in his final week. I say, what is taking him so long? | judicial watch, declassify, distribute, donald trump, government documents, january 13, 2021

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Declassify, Distribute, and Let the People Decide

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    From Chris Farrell's Breitbart article:

  • Democrats clamoring for Donald Trump's immediate removal from office may be afraid of what documents he might declassify in his final week. I say, what is taking him so long?
  • I have written on the topic of declassifying and releasing full, unredacted government documents related to Trump-era controversies many times. The point is the same in every instance: the deep state can never be trusted to engage in meaningful oversight over its corrupt and potentially illegal actions. And because self-policing is unlikely, if not impossible, it is up to the American people to decide. But the public cannot judge the case lacking full information, so President Trump must supply the full, unadulterated record as evidence.
  • This is becoming more critical as days pass and the Trump presidency runs out. It's now or never. Those about to take total control of the government move to censor, de-platform and otherwise gag conservative voices, and would certainly have no problem destroying documents that conflict with their preferred narrative. The inconvenient truths preserved in the documentary record would simply be put down the Orwellian memory hole, shredded in the basement on January 21.
  • People in the president's retinue are aware of the issue. On November 8 Donald Trump Jr. tweeted "DECLASSIFY EVERYTHING!!! We can't let the bad actors get away with it." Rudy Giuliani has said the same thing for months, and most recently commented that Trump "owes it to the American people to put it out."

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