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How's this for irony and hypocrisy

under the BO administration? "On April 16, 2009, then-president Barack Obama announced blanket immunity for any and all U.S. officials engaged in the Bush administration’s torture program."

And yet....https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/aug/06/obama-abuse-espionage-act-mccarthyism "Only ten people in American history have been charged with espionage for leaking classified information, seven of them under Barack Obama. The effect of the charge on a person's life – being viewed as a traitor, being shunned by family and friends, incurring massive legal bills – is all a part of the plan to force the whistleblower into personal ruin, to weaken him to the point where he will plead guilty to just about anything to make the case go away. I know. The three espionage charges against me made me one of "the Obama Seven"."

Why was this guy the only one that WASN'T given immunity when HE was the one who was the whistleblower about the "crimes" others committed? Three years AFTER the fact? And because of the transgender garbage ONLY, BO actually pardoned Manning.

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Right over your head.
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