No Right to Privacy in the Presidency

Our public servants seem unaware that in assuming an office and taking an oath to the Constitution they surrender their personal rights, including the right to privacy and property. So, while the reported agreement between the pseudonymous David Dennison and his one-time paramour, Stephany Cliffords, was drafted and signed by the latter in October 2016, just before the November election, that David Dennison never actually signed a document designed to deceive the public is not significant. The use of a pseudonym and the expressed intent to deny the public information to which it is entitled (via e creation of a legal document and the transmission of legal tender) is evidence of the intent to defraud.

It is not unusual to use the law to commit crime, but at some point we have to call a halt.