Dare I say it? After a freefall into authoritarianism, USA Today offers a light breeze to ease our fall. There may be justice yet. You probably saw yesterday’s headlines, first 1,100 former DOJ officials demanded Attorney General (not an actual General) Bill Barr step down. A few hours later the number spiked to 2,000 former … Continue reading Bill Barr’s Overreach of Authority
“At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer. If it ever reach us it must spring up amongst us; it cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freemen we must live through all time or … Continue reading Trump and Barr Eliminate the Need for a Judicial Branch of Government
It is a fact that White House officials, DOJ lawyers, and other employees in POTUS 45’s regime have regularly conspired to hide his habit of abusing his purloined position of power. This conspiracy will ultimately be what takes him down, and they, along with him. At the heart of 45’s impeachment inquiry is a phone … Continue reading Barr, Giuliani, and Pompeo, Protecting Trump
Last weeks big news story revealed that a whistleblower warned the intelligence community's inspector general of a “disturbing phone call" between POTUS 45 and Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky. The warning was deemed credible and urgent. The DOJ has refused to comply with its legal obligation to release the transcript to Congress. Attorney General Bill Barr … Continue reading Can We Impeach Him NOW?
Robert Mueller, the man who has the potential to confirm 45’s ”total exoneration,” and close the subject of Trussia forever, will have his chance to do so tomorrow when he testifies before Congress. Will we hear him say the words— ”No, collusion! No, obstruction!”? Someone is worried that we won't. (The idiot’s next tweet is … Continue reading Testify— Just Don’t Say Anything
”The Constitution requires a process other than the criminal justice system to formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing.” ~Robert Mueller Translated— Because DOJ rules do not allow Robert Mueller to indict Donald Trump, Congress must impeach him, remove him from office, and then they can indict him, and they must. Congress took an oath … Continue reading ”No Person is Above the Law” ~Robert Mueller