Oh, It Was "Inadvertant"......

Jonah Goldberg writes: Byron York has an excellent piece on Berger. He says that the documents Berger took were said to be 15-30 pages. So, if the Post is right, Berger took somewhere between a minimum of 75 and a maximum of 180 pages worth of the same document, in five to six drafts, over two separate occasions... inadvertantly. That is, he took them from a secure room, in a leather portfolio, all the while sneaking notes out "knowingly".


Just how does a former NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR "inadvertently" remove classified documents?? We're well versed in the care and feeding of classified materials and find it impossible to believe that anyone who has that level of access could "inadvertantly" commit such a gross breach of the law.


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