Avatar2go wrote:Bricktop wrote:He didn't give back all the documents. His people stumbled upon them, stumbled upon some more, stumbled upon more yet again, and then DOJ found even more.
That is not "correcting said mistake" by any stretch. If he really took classified documents seriously, there wouldn't be a two and a half month timelapse. Anyone taking it seriously would have done it in a week max. And if he had "followed the rules", he wouldn't have had them in the first place, right?
As far as not lawyering up, that's just false and bizarre. Any question since this broke has been met with "I refer you to the White House Counsel's Office", and he also has personal lawyers on the job. And "I have no regrets" falls far short of owning up to it.
You are just repeating your same incorrect interpretation over and over again. I posted the article that contained the actual sequence of events, and explained them, which you have ignored in favor of your alternate facts. But you can't expect people to take that seriously. It's not a good faith effort at discussion.
You objected to bringing up Trump, and I obliged. But then you come back with your own theories as to what happened, which are not factually based. And the purpose of those theories, is to paint the Biden saga in as negative a light as possible.
The best defense for those theories, is to point out the contradictions with the only other relevant case, which is Trump. You notably have not arrived at those same theories or conclusions for that case, even though the offenses were considerably worse, and did unquestionably involve intent. Which is evidence of the bias in your position.
I've said from the begining, that the false equivalence would be used here, as we've seen it dozens of times before. Your solution to that is to eliminate the equivalence part, by complaining about Trump being brought up, but continuing with the false part, in terms of misrepresentations of the facts.
So sorry, but you can't have it both ways. SEB146 is right on the money about that. If you don't want to talk about Trump, then fine, drop the theories and the falsehoods, and talk about the facts as posted. How are they incorrect, and what evidence can you provide to support that?
Unless you are willing to do that, you have no right to complain about others pointing out the false equivalence, that is blatantly evident here. There is nothing non-factual in the false equivalence argument, no basis for establishing that it is untrue.
I am not saying there is a false equivalence, and I don't care about Trump's issues. Is that clear enough? That's why it is so irritating to read and get back Trump MAGA Trump MAGA over and over. I am interested in Biden standalone, without the noise. What Trump did or did not do has no impact on what Biden did or didn't do. All the spin doctoring and posting of self-serving interpretations of what Trump did doesn't change that.
Now if you think Biden has totally clean hands, just say so. Tell me what in the quote of mine above is incorrect. He had stuff he shouldn't have had. Two and a half months later they are still finding docs, despite the White House saying MULTIPLE TIMES that the search is over. It's a cluster-f of incompetence, but some people are pathologically incapable of admitting it. All the spin doctoring and posting of self-serving interpretations of what Biden did doesn't change that.