As most presumed, lobbyist and fired Trump project chairman Paul Manafort was prosecuted by Mueller’s Special Counsel examination. This indictment had absolutely nothing to do with Trump’s project. The examination into Russian collusion by Trump has been a costly, media-encouraged effort to find some significant cigarette smoking weapon. Far, this “scandal” hasn’t lived up to its buzz; it’s the Apple Watch of examinations.
They had the ability to get Manafort for whatever they wished to with all the complicated laws we have relating to taxes and foreign lobbying. As a well-known New York judge when stated of grand juries, “Prosecutors might get them to prosecute a ham sandwich.” If you are a ham sandwich, or a U.S. resident, that need to trouble you.
Manafort’s greatest criminal offense in the partisan overload of D.C. was being Trump’s project supervisor.
According to an analysis by The Hill, of the fourteen significant federal companies whose workers personally contributed to governmental politics, “By the end of September 2016, about $1.9 million, or 95 percent, went to the Democratic candidate’s project.” Ninety-four percent of DOJ staff member contributions were to Hillary. If you do not think legal results are based upon predispositions or repayment, ask the O.J. jury.
The Mueller group has lots of Democrat donors. Even according to the hyper-left Washington Post, of the leading detectives who contributed greatly to Democrats, “James Quarles provided the most political contributions from the 4– almost $33,000 to numerous Democrats since 1999, Federal Election Commission records show. Receivers consisted of Obama for America, Hillary for America and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.”.
Like whatever in Washington, the Justice Department is political. Its stock response is, “We will go where the proof leads us.” In a town that voted 90% for Hillary, that means, “We will go where we want the proof to lead us, and leakage it if it does not.” Not remarkably, the judge in the Manafort case is an Obama appointee.
The way the deep state “overload residents” in Washington are now, Democrats truly want this examination to impeach Trump, and Republicans are covertly hoping it will. It’s not a reasonable battle. All of us know Trump typically exchanges blowing for truths. He is most likely also under examination for something. I say this because he has tweeted that he is “NOT under examination.”.
The truth is that, if you offer the ex-FBI chief $10 million dollars, a huge Democrat donor staff, and all our laws-layered-upon-laws in America, they will get 90% people if they wish to. It resembles a police officer trailing your car for 1,000 miles: He will ultimately find a need to detain you. What should worry us all, Democrats consisted of, is the question: Is this the legal system we want, one that arraigns out of political revenge?
I think Manafort most likely did some slippery things; because of business, most do, consisting of Hillary’s besties, the Brothers Podesta. You start lobbying for foreign federal governments, electrical wiring money, and so on, and you can be prosecuted on an entire long list of U.S. laws. I forecast this episode reveals, even more, the seedy function lobbyists play in running D.C. and will enhance Trump.
Overload occupants in D.C. like Manafort and Podesta didn’t create criminal activity, they simply enhanced it.
If the criminal offenses Manafort has been prosecuted for a date back to 2006, why did DoJ not get him then? That is the real question. And an armed, pre-dawn raid on his home for a non-violent examination must make all of us frightened of the federal government.
With all the issues in America, we continue to prosecute and put behind bars more people than the remainder of the world. We are 4.4 % of the world’s population and we have 22% of the world’s detainees. If you provide federal government this many company, money, and huge and unaccountable powers, more people will be detained. Neither Hillary nor any political opponent must be bugged as a blood sport by this federal government morass.
By weaponizing criminal law for political gain, this “unique counsel” will invest $20 million to arraign some people who damaged nobody. It is not a surprise we have a big deficit spending with all this waste and simply needed to do a budget plan offered to prevent another “financial cliff.” When legislators review the next financial cliff, I hope the tide is out.
Even liberal lawyer Alan Dershowitz states, “Criminalizing political distinctions harms democracy.” And GOP Congressmen are mute as this governmental blunt thing is swung. We need to withstand politically inspired prosecutions. Ought to America pass away next week, the cops examination would say there were no signs of battle.