Bad Faith Civil Rights Corruption Crime

Good thing

they got him, eh?

Descriptions of items that were improperly taken to Mar-a-Lago include a cocktail napkin, a phone list, charts, letters, memos, maps, talking points, a birthday dinner menu, schedules, and more…

There were rumors many months ago that this is all that the National Archives was after. Not really important things related to national security or some such, which even still wouldn’t justify the raid, but scribblings on napkins and letters from heads of state. If this report is correct, that’s what the FBI carried out an unprecedented raid on a president for. 33,000 stolen emails put on an illegal server weren’t enough to raid Hillary Clinton, but the National Archives wanting a letter from Kim Jung Un was. The abuse of power is off the charts.

Whew! We sure dodged a bullet if we recovered THAT stuff!

But is that all the FBI was actually after? Color me skeptical given how corrupt that agency and politically weaponized the bureau is. Sure, the collection of those records may have been the convenient pretext they needed, and the only one they could legally acquire, in order to search Trump’s home. But you can bet that while they were there riffling through the entire premises for nearly half a day, they were searching for other things that could bolster the other pursuits against Trump. The FBI just needed to get into the door and they could do whatever they want.

Weep for your country! What they did was a crime, no doubt about it. And it was a crime against you and me!

If they can do that to a billionaire former President, do you think they could do that against YOU? I bet they could!

UPDATE: And the corruption has just begun

Captain Obvious Crime

I really DO think that

charges need to be filed. And then let them sit in jail for over a year awaiting a trial…

And if Colbert himself was a co-conspirator…

Crime Current Events

It’s true: Durham

has already won. Regardless of the trial outcome, our eyes have been opened. And what has been seen cannot be unseen.

Whether Sussmann goes to prison or not, we know that he lied to damage Donald Trump. THAT much is really quite clear. We know that the “Deep State” was gunning for Trump. We know that Hillary ginned up the “Russian collusion” crap in order to damage hime–and that she really didn’t care that it damaged the country, too. And there were TONS of “flying monkeys” who where more than happy to carry out her evil plan.

See, we ALL know that Sussmann lied. It’s not even a real question anymore. And we know that the lie was ordered by Hillary herself. Sussman may well go free on technicalities, but we ALL know that is a miscarriage of justice.

Michael Sussmann’s role in this scandal was arguably minor. He was one of many foot soldiers in the army of Democratic Party operatives pushing this concocted narrative about secret Russia-Trumpo connections. Whether or not Sussmann is convicted, there is no longer any doubt about who was really responsible. Her name is Hillary Clinton.

Corruption Crime


she did! DUH!

Corruption Crime Current Events


Just brutal.

Bad Faith Crime Dishonesty

It’s gonna be

freakin’ AWESOME! Direct and re-direct are gonna be LIT!

Crime Current Events

Well, that is

not much of a surprise.

Guns are machines. They don’t just go off out of spite or maliciousness. They go off because YOU pulled the trigger!

The machine works fine, check your brain.


So unless there was a mechanical defect in the gun (and we would have heard about it if there had been), the ONLY and PROXIMATE cause of the gun going off was Baldwin himself. And he is legally and morally liable. Case closed.

This was manslaughter. Baldwin, by all we know, is guilty of manslaughter. He didn’t deliberately kill Hutchins, but he did so just the same. Not through active malice, but through failing to take reasonable care, through negligence.

Corruption Crime

I’m glad they

will (grudgingly) follow the law. You never know with these guys!

Of course they may well say they are going to follow the law but in reality break it. That’s pretty much how these guys work…

Crime Immorality

Yes, the Hillary

campaign is desperately trying to hide things. But it won’t work. They have already published uh… selected parts of it far and wide. They can’t just choose to reveal SOME parts and not others!

In other words, each of those disclosures to third parties waived any attorney-client privilege claims at the very least. Many experts believe it to be preposterous to even try to suggest an opposition research dossier meant to be made public could ever qualify as attorney-client privileged materials.

Yes, it’s preposterous but they have little other option. A Lloyd Christmas chance is better than nothing!

They are just stalling. They hope that if they stall long enough, they will get away with things…

Corruption Crime

Yes, Sussmann

is in real trouble. His defense is attorney-client privilege, but the lie he told was that he wasn’t Hillary’s attorney! So which is it? Was he or wasn’t he?

If he WAS acting as Hillary’s (or someone else’s) attorney, then privilege might well attach because of attorney-client privilege, but then he is still guilty of lying to the FBI in saying he he was not representing anyone, had dirt on Trump, and was just being a good citizen.

But if he was NOT actually a hired attorney acting on behalf of a client (as he ludicrously claimed), then there is no attorney-client privilege to assert! He therefore can be compelled to testify.

So which is it?

Well, we KNOW now. He lied to the FBI in order to make himself more credible. He WAS actually doing this on behalf of a client!

And don’t be confused, this goes far beyond Sussmann…

Several of Sussmann’s clients and others associated with Hillary’s campaign have asserted attorney-client privilege to keep their communications out of the trial. But Durham laid a trap around those claims, and it’s a dangerous one for Sussmann. By even claiming that privilege, Joffe, Hillary for America, and others are directly contradicting Sussmann’s crucial position that he wasn’t representing anyone when he met with the FBI and gave them (false) information about Trump-Russia collusion. [emphasis added]

The jury is in DC. So there could be a “jury nullification” thing that goes on, where the jury fully understands he is guilty but “nullifies” the law by voting “not guilty” anyway. But he may well plead down before it goes to trial, in any case.