Withdrawal pains

"There is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been charged with perjury just getting off scot-free." -Barack Obama, on the withdrawal of the case against Michael Flynn So much to unpack in a short sentence. Of course there are many precedents for getting off (we'll get to "scot-free" later) from being… Continue reading Withdrawal pains

Serial Dreyfus affairs

Seriously recommended. Michael Flynn's defense lawyer, Sidney Powell, discusses how corruption at the Department of Justice over the last twenty years has jeopardized the rule of law, and given us a two tiered, politicized justice system. Your blood will boil. Just over an hour. Made possible by Hillsdale College. Want to see a heroine? Watch… Continue reading Serial Dreyfus affairs

Congruent with malice

On Dec 12th, I pointed out that there are only two ways to interpret the FBI's egregious... Wait, egregious implies a degree of obviousness the FBI never intended - so odious? nefarious? actions documented in Inspector General Horowitz' report:[T]he FBI’s persistent prevarication may lead many to recall Ian Fleming: ”Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence.… Continue reading Congruent with malice

A trout in the milk

Unfortunately, the DoJ IG report failed to reach any number of stunningly obvious conclusions about breach of trust by FBI and DoJ executives, because none of them overtly stated in any surviving official document that they were intent on subverting the 2016 election. "Will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest?" seemed to be… Continue reading A trout in the milk