Treason in Broad Daylight, Again

Anyone who follows politics must feel the same as I do. Every new breath of hope in our justice system suffers a slow asphyxiation. With each disappointment comes the revelation that around each branch in our government are coiled tendrils of treason; in every seat of Trump’s cabinet, well placed, corrupt players, are seated, and … Continue reading Treason in Broad Daylight, Again

Who Called Flynn?

Today I want you to give you good news because there was good news this week We have received a sign that Special Counsel Mueller is not unaware Fred Flintstone has rolled over his work, and he’s not going to allow said Attorney General to continue to protect the obstructor in chief, by sitting on … Continue reading Who Called Flynn?

Mnuchin and Barr follow Cohens Lead

This week Michael Cohen began his prison sentence; he is just one in a long line of former Trump employees who are suffering the consequences, for breaking the law on individual 1’s behalf. Meanwhile, Donald Trump is clamping down on the stolen presidency that keeps him a free man. As wrong as it is, that … Continue reading Mnuchin and Barr follow Cohens Lead

Orange is the New Transparency

The Mueller report puts the suggestion of impeachment, based on obstruction, in the hands of Congress. Donald Trump is responding to the fallout of the report by obstructing justice more brazenly. “We’re fighting all the subpoenas. The Democrats are trying to win 2020... and they’re not going to win against me.” Donald Trump 4/24/2019 He … Continue reading Orange is the New Transparency

More on the Barr Report

Donald Trump says he’s been cleared. DonaldTrump is a liar, but we knew that. Barr’s interpretation of the Mueller report leaves more questions than it answers. He expects us to accept his version and forget the whole thing, it’s not going to happen. 1. Why did Mueller say he wasn't able to "exonerate" Trump? 2. … Continue reading More on the Barr Report

SDNY Charges Manafort

I ❤️ New York! In federal court today, Paul Manafort was sentenced to an additional 43 months in prison. Adding that to last week's light sentence brings his total sentence to 7.5 years. Today's charges were related to his political consulting work in Ukraine, while last weeks were for federal tax evasion. Rampant conjecture by … Continue reading SDNY Charges Manafort