Sailor Pardoned By Trump: Obama DOJ Used Me As A Scapegoat For Hillary (VIDEO)

Kristian Saucier was a Navy sailor who was prosecuted for taking pictures with his phone inside a nuclear submarine. As a defense, he pointed out that what he did was no worse than what Hillary did with her private server. It didn’t work and he was found guilty but last week he was was pardoned by Trump.

Now he is speaking out against the Obama Justice Department.

The Daily Caller reports:

Pardoned Sailor Kristian Saucier Says Obama DOJ Used Him As A Hillary ‘Scapegoat’

Kristian Saucier, the U.S. Navy sailor pardoned by President Trump Friday, harshly criticized the Obama administration during a Saturday morning interview with Fox News’ Pete Hegseth.

Saucier was charged and jailed in October 2016 for taking photos onboard a nuclear submarine in 2009. He believes his case was an attempt by the Obama administration to “take the heat” off of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server at the State Department.

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“It’s unfortunate that one prosecutor and a couple of FBI agents really just destroyed my life for no reason,” he told Hegseth. “This case could have been handled at a much lower level within the military as it should have been because I was active duty at the time, and I would have taken my punishment the same way like a man.”

Watch the video:

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One things is sure. He is very lucky Trump stepped in to help him.


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