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The 5 Times Barack Obama Protected His Allies from Justice

Posted: 02-12-2020 04:57 PM
by Doka
H-Y-P-O-C-R-I-S-Y or Very Short Term Memory. Roger Will probably do some time , I think he sat in jail for a bit already. But 9 years is an overkill, sort of speak, as Did not cause one Death, like Hitlery and Holder. And if you are here illegally.......No Worries!

The 5 Times Barack Obama Protected His Allies from Justice and Democrats Didn't Care
By Matt Margolis February 12, 2020

It was expected that Democrats would be up in arms over the news that the Justice Department retracted and rewrote Roger Stone’s sentencing recommendation memo, but once again I find myself astonished by the rank hypocrisy of Democrats.

But before I get into that, I think it’s worth mentioning that the prosecution of Stone and, quite frankly, the sentencing, was excessive. The prosecutors, many of whom were part of the Russian collusion hoax investigation team of Mueller, literally ordered a pre-dawn raid on Stone's home in Florida, complete with a CNN detail ready to cover the event for the country to watch as it unfolded. The recommendations for sentencing were completely absurd. Violent criminals, including rapists, get less time than what they were recommending for Stone. In due time, I am sure that will become clear, but, once again, I feel compelled to bring to light that the Democrats’ outrage over this is just the latest example of their hypocrisy because for eight years under Barack Obama we saw actual corrupt manipulation of the justice system in favor of Barack Obama’s allies.

5. The New Black Panther Party

You may remember images and video from Election Day 2008, with members of the New Black Panther Party standing outside a Philadelphia polling place wearing military garb making racial remarks and discouraging people from voting. A voter intimidation case against the New Black Panthers began weeks before Obama took office. It was an open-and-shut case, and the New Black Panthers didn’t even show up in court to defend themselves, assuring the government’s victory in the case. Then in May 2009, the case was inexplicably dropped by Attorney General Eric Holder.

4. Attorney General Eric Holder (Better know to some as "Gun Walker" this resulted in Deaths)

Attorney General Eric Holder took part in a scandalous, incompetent gun-running project known as “Fast and Furious” from 2009 to 2011, and did everything in his power to protect his boss, Barack Obama, during that investigation. In return for his steadfast loyalty, Obama protected Holder, who was aggressively stonewalling the House Oversight and Government Affairs Committee investigation into Fast and Furious. Obama’s asserting of executive privilege was not only to protect himself but also to protect Holder ahead of the Oversight Committee’s vote to declare Holder in contempt of Congress for withholding documents from the committee. Ultimately it didn’t save Holder from being held in contempt of Congress by a bipartisan vote.

3. Senator Robert Menendez

In 2012, just days before the November election, ICE agents were ready to arrest an illegal immigrant and registered sex offender, but were ordered by the Department of Homeland Security to wait until after the election. Why? The suspect was a volunteer intern for Senator Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) and there would be “significant interest” from Congress and news organizations about the arrest. Menendez was seen as vulnerable in the 2012 election, and the delay of the arrest saved him from a potentially politically damaging scandal on the eve of voting. All the while letting a sexual offender avoid justice for six weeks.

2. Sexual Predator Kevin Johnson (Democrats Love Their sexual Predeators, they have been some of their bigest Donors, ie Epstein ,Weinstein)

In 2009, Barack Obama illegally fired Gerald Walpin, the inspector general for the Corporation for National and Community Service. Walpin’s only crime was that he was investigating Obama’s friend and donor, Kevin Johnson. Johnson had misused federal grant money for AmeriCorps by funneling it to his personal nonprofit group, paying for political activity, and using it to pay hush money to underage girls he’d sexually abused. When Walpin recommended charges against Johnson, Obama, in violation of federal law, fired him.

An investigation by Congress into the illegal firing was met with stonewalling by the Obama White House, and the withholding of documents. The Obama White House also deliberately misled Congress about the reasons for the firing.

1. Hillary Clinton (Totally above the Law! Of which is for the Little Poor People, anyway! )

It’s hard to think of anyone who has managed to avoid accountability more than Hillary Clinton, and her response to the Stone sentencing story was her latest example of a lack of self-awareness.

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Re: The 5 Times Barack Obama Protected His Allies from Justice

Posted: 02-12-2020 07:04 PM
by Doka
Very enlightening article! The Bush Admin. Had around 110 NSC staffed, Obamie had a whopping 240 staffed . Apparently he required a lot more Secrecy in his regime. No wonder his loyal followers didn't know what he was doing by the light of dark. A leaker out of HIS unit would have been shot! AND, we really don't know if one or two weren't?? :?:

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O’Brien said during a Feb. 11 Atlantic Council discussion that officials are bringing the council “back to a manageable size,” one of his top priorities since taking office in September 2019.

The “right-sizing” of the council, which is almost complete, would take the total number of staffers from 175 to 110 by the end of February, he said. The downsizing would target “the bloat and inefficiency that can sometimes creep in.” Some of the cuts would be completed by the end of this week, he said.
The Vindmans, who served in their details for more than a year, “weren’t fired,” O’Brien said, echoing previous comments from White House counselor Kellyanne Conway.

“Their services were no longer needed,” he said. The removals weren’t retaliation for the testimony during the impeachment efforts, and Trump didn’t tell officials to remove the Vindmans. O’Brien said the decision was solely his own.

“It’s really a privilege to work in the White House. It’s not a right,” O’Brien added. “At the end of the day, the president is entitled to staffers that want to execute his policy, that he has confidence in, and I think every president’s entitled to that.

“We’re not a banana republic where a group of lieutenant colonels get together and decide what the policy is or should be,” he said.
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