Two-tier justice.

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Paul GleiserTwo-tier Justice


Kristian Saucier was a 23-year-old machinist’s mate in 2009 serving aboard a U.S. Navy submarine. While serving, he took some photos of the part of the ship in which he worked. That was a no-no and Saucier knew it.

The photos were discovered in 2015 and Saucier was arrested for being in unlawful possession of national security information. He was convicted and sentenced to a year in prison. The things shown in Saucier’s photos were classified as “confidential,” the lowest of the three levels of security classification, “top secret” being the highest.

Saucier’s prosecution coincided with the revelations surrounding the disclosure of a computer server in the basement of Hillary Clinton’s residence in Chappaqua, New York. As the contest for the presidency between Mrs. Clinton and Donald Trump was heating up, we learned that Mrs. Clinton conducted highly classified State Department business through that server. Many will recall that then director of the FBI James Comey called a press conference on July 5, 2016, at which he gave a detailed rundown of the many ways Mrs. Clinton had violated both State Department regulations and federal law. He then inexplicably went on to say that “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring a case against Mrs. Clinton.

Saucier at his trial questioned the fairness of his prosecution in light of Mrs. Clinton being given a pass for conduct that was far worse. Though Saucier’s pleading was completely reasonable, it fell on deaf ears.

All of this is background to the developing story of top-secret documents that have been sitting for the years since Biden left office as Obama’s vice president in boxes in Biden’s garage, right there next to his Corvette. The story is being compared to the documents held by Donald Trump at his home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, but there are some key differences.

First is that Donald Trump had the power as president prior to leaving office to declassify any documents he wished. Joe Biden had no such power as the departing vice president.

Second, Trump’s documents were in his possession with the knowledge of the director of the National Archives and were under lock and key on premises secured by the Secret Service. Biden’s documents were in boxes in his garage.

Third, the FBI raided Trump’s home and wouldn’t allow his attorneys to be present while they searched the house (and rummaged through Melania’s underwear drawer). Biden’s lawyers, on the other hand, are the ones sifting through documents without any presence of law enforcement officers.

This story has the Biden White House in full tap dance mode – at the moment. But how much do you want to bet that the Department of Justice will eventually find a way to push the entire thing down a memory hole?

It is now undeniable that elite Democrats have their own concierge justice system, separate and apart from the system you and I might face. Where a young sailor went to jail for some low-level photographs, Biden, like Hillary Clinton, is going to skate.

Count on it.

Paul Gleiser

Paul L. Gleiser is president of Gleiser Communications, LLC, licensee of radio stations KTBB 97.5 FM/AM600, 92.1 The Team FM & KYZS in Tyler-Longview, Texas.

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9 Responses

  1. Cullen S. Monaghan says:

    I am not so sure he will skate. I think that the information about the Biden Crime Family will see the light of day.

    • Buddy Saunders says:

      If Biden skates, he will have to do it at the Olympian level. In the crooked politician competition, Biden is beginning to make Hillary look like an amateur, and that’s saying a lot.

  2. Jean Bammel says:

    The simple fact that Mr. Biden hasn’t been charged is enough to tell me that this will be another Hillary moment in the history of the US Justice Department. Yes I know that special counsels will be appointed, and loud noises will be made while millions of dollars we don’t have will be spent, for what. In order for the laws of our country to work for every citizen they must be enforced by honest and moral officials and we don’t seem to have any of those any more.

  3. Buddy Saunders says:

    However, I’m doubtful Biden will skate. Despite the “elite Democrats having their own concierge justice system” within our government agencies and the bulk of the media as well, only those useful to the Democrats receive “concierge service.” Biden’s usefulness as the Democrats “moderate” idiot is drawing to an end. Ultimately, Biden’s downfall will not, as it should be, the consequences of his too obvious criminal activity. Joe will go because he will have out lived his value as a stalking horse for his progressively more woke party.

  4. MG says:

    Isn’t Hunter a felon ? He says he rented the house. Who knows how many papers he sold ?
    Judas only received 30 pieces of silver for betrayal.

  5. Chris Clarke says:

    The two tier “justice system” is alive and well and will disappear when Hell freezes over.

  6. I don’t care about President Biden or his family. Am having to move in with friends due to Dallas Mayor Johnson housing street people in the senior complex where I currently live. Am moving this weekend.

    Get a deep dive into why Mayor Johnson cut a deal with Forest Dale Apartments at 11851 High Dale Drive Dallas TX 75234. Wait till end of this month as I still have to live here till hten.

  7. Jim Lee says:

    As always, a very good article Paul. I really fear for the future of this once great country. My kids and grandkids will never get to enjoy the freedoms and joys we had growing up. Prayers are desperately needed, as long as we are still allowed to do that.

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