While the entire world is in awe of the recent FBI’s execution of the search warrant on Trump’s home, my questions are slightly different than the rest.
- Who was in charge of keeping those ultra top secret government documents secure? It wasn’t Trump. Whoever it was should most certainly be fired.
- What other matters of “National Security” have been allowed to walk out the door and stay in hiding for 18 months?
- Why is everyone so concerned about Trump removing top secret documents but NOT concerned about our former Secretary of State smashing multiple blackberries and wiping computers clean of information; both are equally important issues.
- Why didn’t the FBI remove those same files in Feb?
- Since government documents are also kept on a secure server and that server has been hacked many times, what makes anyone think that paper documents would be “sold” to an enemy. Wouldn’t the enemy have already hacked what they wanted?
- If Trump was going to sell those top secret documents to the enemy, wouldn’t he have done so before 18 months?
- If the FBI put forth the paperwork for the warrant in Feb. and this was a matter of important national security, why did it take so long to execute it?
- If they were afraid Trump would destroy the documents/evidence, why did it take so long to execute the warrant?
- If these documents were for a few eyes only, how did they get into boxes or bins full of information that wasn’t for a few eyes only?
- If you stole top secret government information, would you keep it in your home knowing that they could and would get a warrant to search your property?
Who was in charge of keeping those ultra top secret government documents secure? They need to be held accountable too. Why isn’t anyone else asking this question?