The Democrat Legacy Of Destroying Evidence

Democrats in the White House have been destroying E-mails and using the same excuses about backup failures for decades. Fifteen years ago, Clinton and Gore were doing exactly the same thing as Hillary Clinton, Obama and the IRS are doing now. And Republicans were outraged, just like now.


6 Jul 2000, Page 5 – at

The day after Vince Foster committed suicide, he came back from the dead and destroyed incriminating evidence against Hillary Clinton.


12 Jan 1996, Page 4 – at

Nixon was run out of office over 19 minutes of missing tape, but the New York Times and Washington Post are happy to ignore vastly more serious behavior by Democrats.

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7 Responses to The Democrat Legacy Of Destroying Evidence

  1. rah says:

    Oh yea, and don’t forget “Filegate” and the 300 FBI files as part of their “enemies list” the Clintons kept in a closet at the WH .

  2. rah says:

    I remember how the press thought the Clinton lied so well. That was quite a complement coming for real experts at it.

  3. jocko says:

    If Nixon had the balls of today’s democrats he would have told the corrupt Archibald Cox and the others to jam it when they demanded the turnover of the tapes, and if it went to the Supreme Court and he lost…oops they were ALL accidentally erased, too bad so sad. Of course he would have needed a complicit press like the Democrats have enjoyed for a long long time.

  4. Gail Combs says:

    The Classic Destruction of Evidence by Progressives:

    The Great Thanksgiving Hoax and so appropriate for this time of year.

    Official Thanksgiving story, and newspapers, radio, TV, and magazines devote vast amounts of time and space to it. It is all very colorful and fascinating.

    It is also very deceiving. This official story is nothing like what really happened. It is a fairy tale, a whitewashed and sanitized collection of half-truths which divert attention away from Thanksgiving’s real meaning….

    The problem with this official story is that the harvest of 1621 was not bountiful, nor were the colonists hard-working or tenacious. 1621 was a famine year and many of the colonists were lazy thieves.

    In his History of Plymouth Plantation, the governor of the colony, William Bradford, reported that the colonists went hungry for years because they refused to work in the field. They preferred instead to steal food. He says the colony was riddled with “corruption,” and with “confusion and discontent.” The crops were small because “much was stolen both by night and day, before it became scarce eatable.”

    In the harvest feasts of 1621 and 1622, “all had their hungry bellies filled,” but only briefly. The prevailing condition during those years was not the abundance the official story claims, it was famine and death. The first “Thanksgiving” was not so much a celebration as it was the last meal of condemned men.

    But in subsequent years something changes. The harvest of 1623 was different. Suddenly, “instead of famine now God gave them plenty,” Bradford wrote, “and the face of things was changed, to the rejoicing of the hearts of many, for which they blessed God.” Thereafter, he wrote, “any general want or famine hath not been amongst them since to this day.” In fact, in 1624, so much food was produced that the colonists were able to begin exporting corn.

    What happened? After the poor harvest of 1622, writes Bradford, “they began to think how they might raise as much corn as they could, and obtain a better crop.” They began to question their form of economic organization.

    This had required that “all profits & benefits that are got by trade, traffic, trucking, working, fishing, or any other means” were to be placed in the common stock of the colony, and that, “all such persons as are of this colony, are to have their meat, drink, apparel, and all provisions out of the common stock.” A person was to put into the common stock all he could, and take only what he needed.

    This “from each according to his ability, to each according to his need” was an early form of socialism, and it is why the Pilgrims were starving. Bradford writes that “young men that were most able and fit for labor and service” complained about being forced to “spend their time and strength to work for other men’s wives and children.” Also, “the strong, or man of parts, had no more in division of victuals and clothes, than he that was weak.” So the young and strong refused to work and the total amount of food produced was never adequate.

    To rectify this situation, in 1623 Bradford abolished socialism. He gave each household a parcel of land and told them they could keep what they produced, or trade it away as they saw fit. In other words, he replaced socialism with a free market, and that was the end of the famines….

    So in four hundred years we have not learned a darn thing and once again our ‘dear leaders’ are going to foist this off tried but failed economic plan on the ENTIRE WORLD this time. They truly are mad.

  5. Republicans will be outraged, will huff and puff for a time, will hold several hearings, then will forget about the issue and pass whatever legislation Hussein wants to forward his agenda. Congress under the Repubs is the most irrelevant, useless, wasteful institution in this country.

    • Gail Combs says:

      That is because the Reboobs are the ‘Controlled opposition’ aka RINOs

      See America’s Ruling Class and The Regulating Class

    • DD More says:

      Some oldies but goodies
      “America has the best politicians money can buy.”

      “Coolidge made less speeches and got more votes than any man that ever run. (William Jennings) Bryan was listened to and cheered by more people than any single human in politics, and he lost. So there is a doubt just whether talking does you good or harm.” DT #673, Sept. 21, 1928

      “Congress is so strange; a man gets up to speak and says nothing, nobody listens, and then everybody disagrees.”

      “Congress meets tomorrow morning. Let us all pray: Oh Lord, give us strength to bear that which is about to be inflicted upon us. Be merciful with them, oh Lord, for they know not what they’re doing. Amen.”

      “We all joke about Congress but we can’t improve on them. Have you noticed that no matter who we elect, he is just as bad as the one he replaces?”

      “I read where they are going to limit debate in the Senate. It used to be that a man could talk all day, but now, as soon as he tells all he knows, he has to sit down. Most of these birds will just be getting up and nodding now. Why, some of them won’t be able to answer roll call.”

      “We cuss Congress, and we joke about ’em, but they are all good fellows at heart, and if they wasn’t in Congress, why, they would be doing something else against us that might be even worse.”

      “Now these fellows in Washington wouldn’t be so serious and particular if they only had to vote on what they thought was good for the majority of the people in the U.S. That would be a cinch. But what makes it hard for them is every time a bill comes up they have things to decide that have nothing to do with the merit of the bill. The principal thing is of course: What will this do for me personally back home?”

      “The “Ways & Means Committee” is a committee that’s supposed to find the Ways to divide up the Means.”

      “Never blame a legislative body for not doing something. When they do nothing, they don’t hurt anybody. When they do something is when they become dangerous.”

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