Everyone should cheer that Roger Stone’s corrupt prosecutors resigned

Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, George Papadopoulos, or Michael Flynn — all of these committed the unspeakable crime of helping Trump win an election. Flynn and Papadopoulos were guilty of nothing until FBI agents got them talking long enough to find a mismatch between secretly recorded conversations and their targets’ failing memories. Manafort’s tormentors use torture through solitary confinement, violating international human rights standards.

Trump is the head of the executive branch. The Department of Justice is not an independent branch of government. Nobody at the DOJ stands for an election. Only through the president can the voters reach and control the awesome power of the federal criminal prosecutor. Second, the president has the un-appealable constitutional power to cancel any federal prosecution—even before the trial.

Blaska asks: How does the Mueller investigation troll all these subsidiary players without once examining the foundational document central to the investigation itself? That, namely, is the Hillary/DNC-financed Fusion GPS report based entirely on unverifiable Russian disinformation? The answer, of course, is that an aged and barely coherent Robert Mueller was played by his partisan “team.”

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8 Responses to Everyone should cheer that Roger Stone’s corrupt prosecutors resigned

  1. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    Roger Stone committed an unconscionable breach of political survival; being a Righty instead of a Lefty!

    Federal prosecutors recommended 9 years for lying and obstruction, charges which were questionable at best, utterly fabricated at worst.

    OTOH; federal prosecutors sentencing disgraced Lefty/former Baltimore mayor Catherine E. Pugh recommended less than 5 years for a “seven-year scheme to defraud, multiple years of tax evasion, election fraud, and attempted cover-ups.”

    Political affiliation/gender biased sentencing? We don’t need no STINKIN‘ political affiliation/gender biased sentencing!

    The Gotch

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  2. Good Dog,Happy Man says:

    There is no “there there” when it comes to Bill Barr and Roger Stone. The petition-signing DOJ employees are paid political activists. We don’t have an independent judiciary. We have a Deep State Judiciary. One that’s taken sides and fighting back for it’s very survival.

    Trump ought pardon Roger Stone. That’ll make Lefty heads explode.

    But that’s good. Every time a Lefty head explodes, it creates another shovel-ready job.
    Someone’s got to clean up all that proglobotic pudding.

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  3. Gary L. Kriewald says:

    From today’s NY Times editorial page: “Let Bernie Madoff Out of Prison.” From the folks who want to see Roger Stone rot in jail till he dies.


  4. george parrino says:

    Corrupt Prosecutors? Like Vindman, they represent Heroic, Patriotic, American’s who put integrity, honesty and patriotism front and center.

    Obviously I will no longer waste my time with anyone who feels decorated veterans and career DOJ workers who’s integrity was such they choose to say good bye to their chosen career and possibly pensions are corrupt.


    • Batman says:

      George P.,
      Batman enjoys a (clever) trolling remark as much as anyone but your 2:08pm comment made me throw up in my mouth a little. Thanks a lot.


    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:


      A-Your hero Vindman was conducting his own vision of foreign policy, which did conform with that of the Commander-in-Chief.

      B-Vindman, like many others in his and other capacities, serve at the pleasure of the Commander-in-Chief.

      C-Fill in the blanks.

      Your weepy tale of DoJ workers giving everything up because of integrity is a crock of hooey!

      The Gotch


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