Thursday, February 13, 2020

Here They Go Again: Pelosi to Launch New Investigation into Trump

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite
Just when you thought America's long impeachment drama was over and behind us, the Democrats have begun the process to do it again. While most of us believed they would try to repeat impeachment, we thought it would start in the second term and not a mere week after Trump was acquitted the first time.
But Nancy Pelosi is hot under the collar about Trump tweeting about the absurdly long sentence that Deep State prosecutors suggested for Roger Stone. The president tweeted out a storm of criticism when the news broke that prosecutors were recommending nine years in prison.
This is a horrible and very unfair situation. The real crimes were on the other side, as nothing happens to them. Cannot allow this miscarriage of justice!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 11, 2020
Keep in mind that child rapists get an average of three to seven years in prison. Calling the recommendation for the sentence, which was certainly politically motivated, "horrible and very unfair" (and it may not even a crime based on the way these prosecutors do business), the president then went on to question the prosecutors. These same prosecutors, who had ruined the lives of many people surrounding the president, were connected to the Mueller witch-hunt. None of the charges were related to the president or anything his administration had done but were a conglomeration of tax offenses from years ago and "lying to the FBI," which was a crime created after the investigation began.
Process crimes or crimes committed during an investigation are often a strategy by law enforcement to bring a charge where none could be found. Interview a suspect enough times, and keep them in solitary confinement, as they did to Paul Manafort, and you will eventually get an inconsistency in the retelling of facts. Then they slap a charge of "lying to the FBI" on the suspect and jail him. It's out of control and should not be allowed to happen again. Trump called out the judge who is presiding over Stone's case as the same judge that threw Manafort into solitary confinement. Manafort's crime was tax evasion and money laundering years ago before Trump was president. No one has ever heard of a white-collar criminal being punished like Hannibal Lecter. Manafort, 70 years old, was treated like a terrorist and became very sick while held in confinement at Rikers, a maximum-security prison two hours away from his legal team. His family was given no information on his condition, even though he had to be hospitalized.
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Swalwell: Impeaching Trump Over Roger Stone Is Not ‘Off the Table’

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Unknown said...

The Democrats are fighting to keep their corruption & deep crimes from being outed. Fighting tooth & nail to survive..KEEP UP THE DRAIN THEN VOTE THE ONES LEFT OUT

Unknown said...

I concur.

Unknown said...

The deep state is horribly sadistic.