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190522 Deprivation of rights under color of law

Well, there IS a crime involved in denying equal protection of the law. It’s “Deprivation of rights under color of law”, described in 18 USC 242 as willfully denying a person any Constitutional right while acting or purporting to act as a governmental official.

The investigators, prosecutors and Congress all denied equal protection of …

190519 Concerned about Russian interference?

Saw a clip of former FBI attorney James Baker explain their behavior in an interview Friday by claiming, “We were focused on what the Russians were up to, why they were doing it, how they were doing it.”

It made me realize that my analysis of the investigators’ denial of equal protection has mainly been …

190507 Obstructing Justice?

{ gasping breathlessly, giddy with excitement and also filled with righteous indignation, our intrepid reporter reveals … } HUNDREDS of Federal prosecutors agree that Trump’s conduct qualifies as obstructing justice!

Okay, so their rule is that Trump bad-mouthing and wanting to remove Mueller qualifies as obstructing justice.

Being Federal prosecutors, we can count on them …

190303 Hillary Clinton: ventriloquist’s dummy or real person?

That’s the question you must answer in order to understand the 2016 Presidential election: “Is Hillary Clinton just a ventriloquist’s dummy? Or is she a real person?”

Perhaps a bit of context needs to be provided.

563,000 Ohioans and 340,000 Pennsylvanians who voted for Clinton in the 2008 Democratic primary, did NOT vote for …

012919 Equal protection, new verse

Couple of items have popped up lately in the equal protection category.

First, the notion that Trump pulling out of Syria makes him a Russian agent, so the FBI should investigate THAT. Hmmmm. So the FBI thinks that providing no opposition to Syria makes you a Russian agent, eh?

Well, then, where are the investigations of …

082818 Equal protection, yet again

The proof just keeps on coming! If making false statements is such a big deal to DOJ, FBI, media, et. al., particularly in the context of a Presidential election where the outcome might be affected … then why didn’t they rebuke and prosecute Obama, Clinton and all the Democrats for making false statements in …

082218 Equal protection again

So the latest avenue used by the Left to attack Trump is to say that when an attorney makes payments which benefit a candidate, that attorney gets prosecuted for making an excessive campaign contribution.

Well, okay, there’s certainly a good possibility that such an argument could be plausible, that candidates would use their attorneys to …

082018 DEMs secret plan to make Hillary President

I had initially held off a day or so after writing the first draft of this, a cooling-off period while I reflected on it.  It’s pretty incendiary stuff.  Then I read about Cohen pleading guilty to an excessive campaign contribution and I realized that in the face of Prosecutorial Insanity (see ERpundit 08/21/18), I’d …

082118 Prosecutorial insanity

Sometimes stuff happens that is just so impossibly stupid and self-contradictory, I am dumbfounded that actual people took it seriously.  Today is one of those days.

Cohen pleading guilty to having made an excessive campaign contribution is one of those things.  He got reimbursed for those payments.  So even if it is “deemed” to have …

081818 Here’s the evidence that political bias drove Strozk’s investigative decisions

Repetition.  Repetition.  Repetition.  That’s one key to learning.

So here’s another approach to the question of whether Strozk’s personal political bias affected his investigative decisions.  As the head of counter-intelligence investigations, he was responsible for applying the FBI’s (apparent) rule that if a Presidential campaign had an advisor who had previously been paid by the …