This all reminds us of the non-denial denial in All the President’s Men. No wonder the American People voted for Trump.
This is the Democrats’ Watergate: “All non-denial denials. We’re dirty, guys, and they doubt we were ever virgins, but they don’t say the story is inaccurate.” Isn’t it really the case that the Democratic partisans own words damned themselves? And equally importantly isn’t it telling that none of them ever denied the authenticity and the content of the leaked emails?
So remember what is sauce for the goose is equally sauce for the gander. There’s no difference between taking without permission and exposing and hacking (without permission) and exposing. What was once OK in the Pentagon Papers should be OK here. What was OK in the Panama Papers should be OK here.
It was valuable for the American People to know about the conduct of a war. It was valuable for the people of the world to know how their laws and governments tolerate tax cheating, but only by the rich and powerful. Why should it be different here for the American People to know about how Democrat politicians and operatives own words damn them as they cheat and connive?
Exposing behavior when it suits Democrats’ purposes is ok sauce for their gander, but heaven forbid it exposes bad Democrats’ behavior, then that’s bad and Republicans must be a cooked goose. Politicians’ hypocrisy is bad enough to make you want to throw up – all over them.