This fishy story from the Secret Service, while it was still under the command of Trump’s Dept of Homeland Security and a Secret Service head appointed by Trump (who is still there), does not add up at all. It has a distinct odor … the stench of COVER-UP.
They had four orders from Congress to preserve all records relating to January 5 or 6 PRIOR TO this “migration.”
They had an order for documents from the Inspector General of DHS to preserve documents.
Any planned activity that could have any effect on data should have immediately been put on hold until released by both Congress and the IG.
The story doesn’t pass the stink test. What federal agency goes into a major upgrade or migration without first backing up all data and content? Especially when there is obviously a specific need for those specific dates, but especially when there are multiple document-preservation demands, not only should there be extra effort to preserve data, but anything that could put the data at risk should be deferred.
Anyone involved in destroying evidence or failing to comply with document-preservation orders should be fired and prosecuted.
The Biden’s dog, Major, had to be quarantined because he bit Secret Service agents. Dogs are good judges of character. Dogs can tell. Major knew. Give that dog a treat!
August 01, 2017