John Schindler is an interesting account to follow when he’s not charging people TO read his tweets. Guess he felt his tweets about Trump not being indicted were important enough for all us freeloaders to see.
His reasoning is … interesting.
And by interesting we mean absolutely ridiculous and unbelievable.
I see Schindler has decided to go with "Trump's crimes are so secret he can't get indicted for them because of how secret they are."
He should be 20committed. pic.twitter.com/JB3sFgdrdv
— neontaster (@neontaster) March 25, 2019
Not just too secret, but SUPER secret.
Seems Schindler was being called out by Bradley P. Moss for being embarrassingly WRONG when he claimed Trump would end up in jail for the rest of his life.
What’s that old saying again? Womp-womp.
I love that John's argument here is that Trump's crimes are so secret that they're willing to let him walk rather than expose intel, yet not secret enough that his "IC friends" shared it with someone who has had his security clearance revoked for 15 years.
— neontaster (@neontaster) March 26, 2019
We like how he uses a bunch of acronyms to pretend he knows what he’s talking about.
‘No no, Trump is TOTALLY guilty but since his KLP clearance is I03 that means EIA can’t move in and correct his 34A (wait, that’s a bra size, scratch that) so duh, they couldn’t indict Trump.’
Sucks to be so glaringly and hysterically wrong for years . The stages of grief are similar to dealing with the death of a loved one.
— threat.level.midnight (@stevengorney) March 26, 2019
Most of these yahoos are still in denial. When they get to the ‘anger’ stage of grief Twitter may actually implode from the screeching, frothing, and fist-shaking. Eat yer Wheaties.
I really, really hate the ex-intelligence community people who are always chinstroking and nodding sagely. "Hm, yes, well, there's always something else going on behind the scenes."
No, you dolts, you're even more shortsighted and dim than the average person.
— Reluctant Exister (@IriathZhul) March 26, 2019
— Ted Zeigler (@twzig) March 26, 2019
We knew it!