Yesterday, December 23, day two of pardonpalooza, saw 26 more full pardons and three individual sentences that were fully or partially commuted. That followed Tuesday's warm-up exercise when Trump issued 15 pardons and five commutations. Three notable pardons on day two were Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner, and Roger Stone. Seeing Paul Manafort pardoned was particularly … Continue reading Grumpy Grampa’s Revenge Hell- Day II
On Tuesday, December 1, Attorney General extraordinaire, Bill Barr announced that the Justice Department found no evidence of widespread voter fraud nor did they find anything that would change the outcome of Trump’s election loss. Considering the mountains Barr has moved to protect the squatter in chief, this announcement is enough to raise an eyebrow, … Continue reading What’s Up With Bill Barr?
“The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” —US Constitution, Article II, Section 4 Because the GOP majority Senate failed to follow the clear guidelines of the constitution, 2020 has been a … Continue reading The Road Unraveling Racism
For anyone who has been unplugged from the news this week, this post is for you. Demonstrations began four days ago in Minneapolis, in protest of a Memorial Day murder committed by four police officers. Several bystanders captured the brutality on video from many vantage points. There can be no doubt what happened. George Floyd, … Continue reading Protests Accross the Country
Attorney General Bill Barr made clear during his confirmation hearings that he believes a president of the U.S. has unlimited power. The fact that the constitution delegates three co-equal branches to govern is irrelevant in his eyes and he has worked to delegitimization Congress, and weaponize the Judicial branch since his swearing-in. This week, Republican … Continue reading The Mob is Out of the Closet
I can’t seem to pull my thoughts together this week. It’s my ACDC, or maybe it’s the overwhelming amount of political criminal behavior in the news that has gotten to me. The bad guys are winning—for now. This story is heartbreaking. Video footage of the murder of a 25-year young black man, Ahmaud Arbery, jogging … Continue reading This Has Not Been My Favorite Week