Republican Break-ins

The Watergate Scandal

The Watergate Break-in of the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Office Complex in Washington D.C. in 1972 was illegal. It was illegal no manner how easy it was to do or not.

Break into someone else property is illegal even for the President. Being that this was the headquarters for the opposing political party makes this even more criminal.

President Richard Nixon's administration's attempted cover-up and the resistance to U.S. Congress probes led to a constitutional crisis, and eventually to the only resignation of the Office of President in the U.S. History!

The break-in of a "Private Email Server" is illegal, whether it was easy or not. Watch "bait car" and notice how easy the police make the bait car to take. The fact that it was done by a foreign country could make it espionage. The fact the it could influence a Presidential Election is not good. The fact that a Presidential Candidate used this material against his or her opponent, even to the point of it become the "Center Point" of his campaign becomes disturbing. The fact that this information was used to convict the opponent in the "Court of Public Opinion" rather than by duty process in the "Court of Law" is un-American. Please note, that the police are even required to give the Miranda Rights now, when arresting someone.

Again various methods having and are being used to cover up foreign involvement or to mitigate the act, foreign involvement, or even of questioning the situation.

The Republican Party is becoming the Party of "Dirty Tricks," rather than the Party of "Honest Abe."