A federal court on Monday halted the prison sentence for Douglas Mackey, who was convicted earlier this year of election interference for posting memes that mocked Hillary Clinton voters to cast their ballot via text during the 2016 presidential election.
is that there is good evidence of corruption and the Biden folks are now refusing to release the needed information. So the only way to force them to do so is with a formal impeachment investigation.
“Our three committees of jurisdiction—Judicial, Oversight, Ways and Means—have been doing an extraordinary job following the evidence where it leads,” Johnson continued. “But now we’re being stonewalled by the White House, because they’re preventing at least two to three DOJ witnesses from coming forward—a former White House counsel, the national archives…the White House has withheld thousands of pages of evidence.”
This anger, resolve, and hatred hint at something the coroner would not confirm—it seems likely that Audrey Hale had taken cross-sex hormones, probably testosterone, before the shooting.
I think it is entirely probable that the shooter was taking testosterone. AND, if the shooting took place mainly because of those injections, is there a tort action against the prescribers possible?
I’m NOT an attorney (nor am I giving legal advice), but here is my understanding: There are three legs of the “malpractice/tort stool,” here:
1) Was there was a professional duty. This is the easiest one to establish. Was the person a patient? It’s pretty easily answered, in general.
2) Was there a violation of that duty? Was what was done medically justifiable? Was it in keeping with usual treatment? Yeah, they had a stuffy nose and they were one of those very rare people who were allergic to the medicine (that is standard treatment) I gave them, and they died. But THEY didn’t even know it and I asked about drug allergies–THAT is an indication of no tort.
3) Were there damages due to the violation of that duty? Was the treatment received the “proximate cause” of those damages? Is it true that they would not have been damaged “but for” the faulty treatment I gave?
So this opens up medical treaters to HUGE liability from the families of the victims, as well (possibly) to the shooters’ families and to others.
My problem is that I haven’t yet seen it from another source. Stay tuned…
UPDATE: OK, I searched and searched and found this.
Sooooo, I don’t know, and I’m posting this with some real uncertainty. But it does make sense that The Blaze would report it and other sources wouldn’t, since it is about The Blaze itself, and other sites would NOT drive traffic there unless there was little other choice.
some consequences? Lying to Congress is a crime! And Fauci is very clearly guilty of that crime. I you or I were to lie to Congress, WE would face charges. Why should Fauci be above the law?
“Everything that Anthony Fauci and his cohorts, these other virologists were saying publicly, they were saying the opposite privately,” Paul said. “Then it turns out that many of the people that were appointed to be part of this all had quiet interests that they weren’t willing to reveal. Including Anthony Fauci. When I asked him directly under oath whether or not he was receiving royalties from any of the companies manufacturing vaccines, he refused to answer. When I asked him whether anybody on the committee was receiving royalties he lashed out and accused me of something but would never answer the question.”
… But other than prosecuting Anthony Fauci, it is important to remember that the truth be told and that people see the evidence laid out as that this virus did come from a lab. It came from gain of function research that we were funding, that Anthony Fauci was [funding].”
I guess Democrats have “matured” since baselessly impeaching Trump over and over, eh? Not freakin’ likely! But now, having killed their parents, they are pleading for mercy on the grounds that they are just poor orphans. Huh.
The Democrats were “bad” Gollum when it came to Trump, but now they want to let bygones be bygones. You know, forgive and forget and all that.
Well, isn’t that conveeenient?
It sure is. And it just reeks of self-serving hypocrisy. This article argues for FAR more leniency than I would give, though purely on what the author thinks would be best for Republicans.
So my opinion is, sure, go ahead and continue investigating Joe Biden, and this time try to get it right by not focusing on the drug-addled, unemployable Hunter. But bear in mind that impeachment, once considered a nuclear option, no longer has much significance. Look how much harm it didn’t do, politically, to Donald Trump. In fact, the Democrats’ multiple ill-conceived impeachments probably helped Trump, as the Republicans’ impeachment of Bill Clinton, which was seen by the public as being about sex, helped Clinton.
I agree, though I very strongly doubt that Democrats are actually at all repentant. They would do it again in a nanosecond if they could. They are just now in Hell and don’t like it. Those are NOT the heartbreaking wails of the guilty-but-penitent. No, those are just the teeth-gnashing screams of the deservedly damned. BIG difference!
Here’s what I think: You do a real investigation. And if it truly leads to an impeachment, you go there. You lay the facts out for everyone to see. You are honestly not doing this for revenge, but merely following the facts. Impeachment arises out of the data, not out of spleen, like the Democrats did. But follow the data we must. Morality itself demands it.
Because we don’t want a Biden impeachment to be as stupid and meaningless as the Trump impeachments were. No, this is based on fact, not on spittle-lipped kookiness. This is justice, not mania!