Trump Pardons Ex-Navy Sailor Jailed For Taking Pictures On Nuclear Submarine (Video)
We love how President Trump just does the right thing!
Trump previously said he believed the one year sentence being served by Saucier was harsh.
President Trump has pardoned former U.S. Navy sailor Kristian Saucier, who served a one-year prison stint for snapping photos of “classified areas inside a nuclear submarine,” said White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders Friday.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 9, 2018
In an interview with the former sailor blasted the double standard surrounding his case relative to Hillary mishandling classified information.
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Kristian Saucier: I think the punishment out to me was a little extreme but I was willing to accept it… But I think what the issue is here is the punishment isn’t doled out evenly across the board. You have people like Hillary Clinton, John Podesta and Huma Abedin who’ve committed far more egregious acts. I’m not trying to minimize what I did. I made a mistake. But the photos I took were ‘confidential’ which is the lowest tier of classification. Where as the information they handled was top secret SCI which is the highest. And I got a year in prison and she was allowed to run for president.
— The future is bright (@1NoCaGal) March 10, 2018
— Trump Supporter 🇺🇸 (@RCTrumpisbackII) March 9, 2018
Whaat a great POTUS!!!👍👍👍
— Roger Parisee (@Rparisee) March 10, 2018
Thanks that serviceman and his family certainly did not deserve that punishment, while watching Oakland’s mayor warns criminals to hide. California should leave the honourable USA and join Mexico, after all they certainly have more in common.
— Heather Impola (@ImpolaHeather) March 10, 2018
Pardoning the sailor was the right thing to do, now lock up HRC, the mayors and AG of SF and Oakland plus the governor of CA and call it a day.
— roharmon (@roharmon) March 9, 2018
Pardon Dinesh D’Souza, an Obama’s Political Prisoner!!!
— Christian Lanier (@ChristianLanier) March 10, 2018