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The US government is illegitimate because it does not enforce the law impartially


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2023 May 30, 11:11am   7,868 views  190 comments

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US law enforcement is horribly corrupt, prosecuting some crimes and ignoring others, depending solely on the power and political affiliation of the suspects.

The most flagrant example is Hunter Biden's being allowed to get away with smoking crack, owning a gun while being an illegal drug user, pedophilia, incest, and selling US influence to China, Ukraine, and Romania via Pedo Joe.

But the list is endless. Hundreds were prosecuted and imprisoned for being given tours of the Capitol on Jan 6th in an entrapment operation orchestrated by the profoundly corrupt FBI. At least the Buffalo Man was finally released when the footed indisputably showed that he was escorted by Capitol Police the whole time. All the others should be immediately released and given the US Medal of Honor for standing up to the election fraud of 2020, as well as several million dollars each, to be taken from the corrupt FBI budget. And all of the Jan 6th footage must be released.

Hillary Clinton used the corrupt FBI to fabricate a story that Trump colluded with Russia, as documented in the Durham report. Everyone involved in this slander and fraud should be prosecuted, but none of them have been.

Pfauci funded the creation of Wuhan Virus in Wuhan at the Wuhan Institute of Virology with US taxpayer money, yet is not even being investigated for this open violation of US law and international law. Why not?

BLM was allowed to Burn, Loot, and Murder in cities all across the US in 2020, but has not received even a tiny fraction of the prosecutions meted out to the protesters of Jan 6th. Why not?

The US military must now honor their oath to defend the Constitution against America's domestic enemies at the FBI and other agencies by taking over and forcing prosecution for these crimes. Then they must return control to civilians.


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138   Patrick   2023 Aug 4, 2:13pm  

https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/third-times-a-charm-friday-august


And for many reasons, President Trump is a deeply flawed candidate; and DeSantis has none of Trump’s baggage.

But — thanks to democrats and feckless Republican officials should be shutting all this down hard but aren’t — I now predict the upcoming presidential election won’t be about policy, inflation, recession, jabs, Russia, China, Taiwan, Disney, drag queens, the deep state, January 6th, or Proxy Wars. Instead, it will be about a singular, existential crisis in our rule of law, a crisis affecting every single American whether they admit it or not.

In other words, if they can do this to President Trump, they can do it to anybody.

If we aren’t there already — and if we’re not, we will be soon — it’s not going to matter whether Governor DeSantis (or anybody else) is better able than Trump to brake this runaway political prosecution train. Trump’s absolutely compelling campaign message will be: you can’t let them get away with this. Because if they get away with it, there won’t be any stopping it, not ever. ...

And for many reasons, President Trump is a deeply flawed candidate; and DeSantis has none of Trump’s baggage.

But — thanks to democrats and feckless Republican officials should be shutting all this down hard but aren’t — I now predict the upcoming presidential election won’t be about policy, inflation, recession, jabs, Russia, China, Taiwan, Disney, drag queens, the deep state, January 6th, or Proxy Wars. Instead, it will be about a singular, existential crisis in our rule of law, a crisis affecting every single American whether they admit it or not.

In other words, if they can do this to President Trump, they can do it to anybody.

If we aren’t there already — and if we’re not, we will be soon — it’s not going to matter whether Governor DeSantis (or anybody else) is better able than Trump to brake this runaway political prosecution train. Trump’s absolutely compelling campaign message will be: you can’t let them get away with this. Because if they get away with it, there won’t be any stopping it, not ever. ...

The truth of it is painfully and inescapably obvious. And it is already starting. Here’s just one example from an AOC parody account, but it’s not at all funny:



... It’s not just Trump. The January 6th prosecutions of grandmothers and firefighters, the FBI raids on soccer moms complaining at school board meetings, the Gretchen Whitmer Fed-napping plot, and the Biden Administration’s vast social media censorship bureaucracy will coalesce around the Trump prosecutions to make the inarguable case that it is now or never.
147   Patrick   2023 Aug 25, 9:29am  




Too late, public faith in the justice system is gone.

The only thing that could fix it is hangings of those traitors who corrupted it, people like grandma Garland.
148   Patrick   2023 Aug 25, 9:46am  

https://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/campaign-photo/


Will the defendants be allowed to present evidence of serious irregularities in the 2020 Georgia election results? If not, would that not be grounds for dismissal. So far, Democrats in charge of the machinery of law all over the country have skated on mere assertions that the 2020 election was fair. In Georgia, none of the principals involved in the dispute have been subject to cross-examination, the best instrument for truth-finding in the American legal system. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Sec’y of State Brad Raffensperger may not be so hot for an airing of what actually went on Nov 3, 2020 and the days after, especially the validity of over 100,000 mail-in ballots in a state where “Joe Biden’s” margin of victory was a mere 11,799 votes.

Mr. Trump seems to be thriving under the tribulation of four court cases brought against him as he runs for election in 2024. Each new set of charges boosts his poll numbers. It helps him hugely that the cases are transparently idiotic and mendacious. If he is initially convicted in any of them, he can still run for president and be elected, even if he’s jailed — as Eugene Debs did in 1920 getting 913,693 votes running on the Socialist Party from the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, where he was jailed under the 1917 Espionage Act for speaking out against America’s entry into the First World War.

The Party of Chaos is running scared. Everybody knows that “Joe Biden” can’t possibly run for another term and yet the public debate is so grotesquely disabled that nobody will talk about it. Most particularly, they will not talk about who might take his place. All they are really demonstrating with this barrage of prosecutions against their chief adversary is how broken, craven, and degenerate the party is, and what a menace it is, as they like to say,
to our democracy.

150   Patrick   2023 Aug 25, 10:38am  

https://notthebee.com/article/the-story-behind-the-police-raid-of-a-98-year-old-kansas-newspaper-owners-home-is-even-crazier-than-you-think


You may have seen, in passing headlines, reports of a bizarre police raid on an elderly newspaper owner's home in a small Kansas city.

But that barely sums up the insanity of it all.

Police in Marion County originally launched the raid at the beginning of this month, hitting the offices of the Marion County Record and seizing, reportedly, "everything" on-site...

And yes, tragically, Mrs. Meyer died a day after this bizarre and frightening spectacle.

This kind of police action is nuts. You don't expect to see this sort of activity unless some grave, serious crime has been perpetrated — something violent, something to do with state or national security, something big.

So what, exactly, was the reason for the extreme raid? Well:

The police chief who led the raid of a Kansas newspaper alleged in previously unreleased court documents a reporter either impersonated someone else or lied about her intentions when she obtained the driving records of a local business owner.

Um, what?

So, there are a few major things wrong with this:

First of all, in the U.S., police officers are generally forbidden to conduct raids on news establishments; they are instead required by law to issue subpoenas of journalistic materials so as to protect the integrity of news organizations and the First Amendment rights of the people who run them.
Second of all, how on earth could a raid like this be justified, even absent those protections? Because a reporter "impersonated someone else?" That's a case of fraud, not espionage. It requires an arrest warrant, not a knock-em-and-sock-em clean out of a newspaper's offices.
Third, it appears that the original motivation for the warrant was, well, you know, completely incorrect:
[R]eporter Phyllis Zorn, Marion County Record Editor and Publisher Eric Meyer and the newspaper's attorney said Sunday that no laws were broken when Zorn accessed a public state website for information on restaurant operator Kari Newell. ...
151   Patrick   2023 Aug 25, 11:47am  

https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/wokecompetence-friday-august-25-2023


Apart from exciting the democrat base, it’s hard to see what advantage they’ve gained. And they may not be able to ultimately afford the cost. Four indictments and four arrests create four precedents for arresting and charging other officials. And there are a bunch of officials who are sitting squarely in those crosshairs.

I’m looking at you, Bob Peters.
152   Patrick   2023 Aug 25, 11:48am  

https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/wokecompetence-friday-august-25-2023


“DOJ files lawsuit accusing SpaceX of hiring discrimination against refugees, asylum seekers.”

I am not making this up. The DOJ’s lawsuit accused SpaceX of hiring American citizens and not hiring “refugees” and “asylum seekers.” In other words, they’re getting sued for not hiring illegal aliens.

It’s not hard to imagine why SpaceX — a military contractor — restricted its employment to legal citizens and those with green-cards. The rocket maker works with advanced technology subject to thousands of federal regulations, export controls, and security requirements. But Merrick Garland’s atrocious DOJ said that those laws and regulations "do not require SpaceX to treat asylees and refugees differently than U.S. citizens or green card holders."

We have long passed parody stage and are now entering a brave new unexplored world of government incompetence that makes the movie Idiocracy look like a best-case scenario. I shall call this new, lower level of official incompetence: wokecompetence.
153   richwicks   2023 Aug 25, 11:03pm  

Patrick says





Too late, public faith in the justice system is gone.

The only thing that could fix it is hangings of those traitors who corrupted it, people like grandma Garland.


The problem isn't distrust of government agencies. That's never been the problem.

The problem is trust in government agencies.

We would never have gotten to this point, if people just distrusted our intelligence agencies, our judicial system, our congress, our media system, and our military, decades ago.

Blind trust is the problem.
158   Misc   2023 Aug 30, 9:45pm  

Looks like there is proof that the Hunter Biden inquiry was directed by the DOJ hierarchy and not by Weiss. Weiss did not have the authority to charge Hunter after all. It was all done through the DOJ.\\Shocking I know.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/doj-contacted-hunter-biden-whistleblower-teams-over-weiss-head-rep/ar-AA1g0Sie?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=U531&cvid=18095e63aa954c3d998bf2d0b6c2b96f&ei=21
159   ad   2023 Aug 30, 11:58pm  

Another person killed by the FBI: https://www.foxnews.com/media/fbi-kills-disabled-veteran-pre-dawn-raid-family-demands-answers-senseless-act

Look no further with the FBI SWAT raid of the Catholic family home, and the FBI killed a man in Utah.

What is going on and is this something new with the FBI as far as provoking people and/or outright murdering ?

.
160   richwicks   2023 Aug 31, 12:04am  

ad says


What is going on and is this something new with the FBI


It's not new.

Finally you are seeing it. I will show you this again, I've shown it many times:


original link

They are a criminal syndicate. This has been known for 50 years. It's very difficult to open eyes. It's amazingly hard to get people to look, to see.

The FIB hasn't changed at all. They're a criminal group of thugs sanctioned by our criminal government.

It's a mafia our government gives absolute authority to. Our government is a mafia, please see it for what it is. If you cannot see it, we cannot reform it. You have to understand what is is. I know obliviousness is more comfortable, but think of the next generation.

That video is nearly 50 years old, and we've done nothing. We must reform this. We cannot allow this. Our government is just a bunch of criminal predators and have been all my life. We cannot allow this, and if you allow this, fuck you all. I have no sympathy for your children or grandchildren. The purpose of this communication system is to end this shit, and if you won't end it, your progeny will be the victims. You need to understand the war we are in and we've been trying to tell you about it for decades. See it now?

See it for fuck's sake. This is 50 years, see it.
161   ad   2023 Aug 31, 12:53am  

richwicks says

They are a criminal syndicate. This has been known for 50 years.


Yeah COINTELPRO tactics and worse because of the technology capabilities being exploited now with the Patriot Act.

Does not help mainstream media does not act as a watchdog, and the federal courts do nothing at best.

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162   richwicks   2023 Aug 31, 1:47pm  

ad says

Does not help mainstream media does not act as a watchdog, and the federal courts do nothing at best.


They've never done anything.

What helps, is people are becoming aware of it.

Getting people out of their stupor or apathy is the challenge.
164   Patrick   2023 Sep 7, 9:28am  

https://babylonbee.com/news/doj-convicts-proud-boys-of-rioting-for-the-wrong-side




WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Department of Justice has sentenced several key leaders of the Proud Boys to prison time after convicting them of inciting deadly riots for the wrong side.

"Let me be perfectly clear. We love rioting and lawlessness, but rioting that doesn't involve BLM, Antifa, or radical Communist pedophiles throwing Molotov cocktails at small businesses will not be tolerated," said Attorney General Merrick Garland in his charmingly raspy little voice. "These sick criminals dared to riot on behalf of political causes we don't like, and for that, they must face severe justice."

Prosecutors presented overwhelming evidence that the Proud Boys did not carry a single BLM flag on January sixth, nor did they chant approved slogans like "No justice, no peace." Sadly, the group was also found to have neglected to burn down a single black-owned business. "If they could have exchanged their American flags for BLM flags, we could have let this whole thing slide," explained Judge Jeanine Pierro. "We could have done probation if they had torched just one black neighborhood! They brought this on themselves."

"This violent, extremist, far-ultra-right Nazi fascist violent far-right group is extremely dangerous," said Garland in his statement. "Maybe now people will think twice before they stand in the way of our glorious red revolutionary army — um, I mean before they engage in political violence."

At publishing time, the DOJ had announced they would be indicting Trump again for calling the DOJ "corrupt" on Truth Social.
167   Patrick   2023 Sep 11, 10:56am  

https://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/the-mills-of-the-gods/


Court filings last week indicate that Special Counsel David Weiss is about to indict Hunter Biden on that gun charge they have used as the joker in a three-card Monte game for going on five years.

Last time, they ran the game before Delaware federal judge Maryellen Noreika, she detected a teeny-weeny, sneaky clause in the plea agreement to a watered-down gun charge that would have granted immunity to Hunter B from any other past wrongdoing, including, of course, the entire alleged Biden family racketeering operation that had the First Son acting as prime broker and bag-man for tens of millions of dollars in bribes from foreign actors in countries less than friendly to US interests, funneled into any number of Biden family shell corporations. Judge Noreika nixed the plea agreement.

Now, Mr. Weiss’s crew seems to be saying that the immunity clause is still tied to any plea deal answering a forthcoming September 29 indictment. The move would appear to be timed to exactly the moment that a House impeachment committee would begin its inquiry into the Biden family’s moneygrubbing activities. In ordinary House committee hearings, DOJ officials like to use the excuse of “an ongoing investigation” to demur from answering questions. Merrick Garland has done this dozens of times. Will they now try to upgrade that to “an ongoing prosecution?” Could that move lead to a constitutional impasse, requiring the Supreme Court to rule? Or does a House impeachment panel enjoy special privileges of inquiry?
169   Patrick   2023 Sep 12, 12:57pm  

https://celiafarber.substack.com/p/owen-shroyer-sentenced-to-prison


Owen Shroyer Sentenced To PRISON For Two Months For His On-Air Observations About The Last Presidential Election. For Not Being "Remorseful." Did Not Enter Any DC Building—The Charge is THOUGHTCRIME

“NEWS host, Owen Shroyer, is being charged with the crime of questioning the results of the 2020 presidential elections, the most blatant election fraud in US history. And he did so peacefully which is his god-given right under the US Constitution. But America has already been defeated. And while many haven’t noticed, others don’t seem to care.

“Shroyer isn’t being charged with conspiracy, incitement, or any actual crime at all. He is being charged for exercising his freedom of speech. The sentencing document goes on for pages quoting him for saying what Americans on both sides of the crippling two-party system have been saying for over a century. In short, that the government is tyrannical and criminal. Which should be obvious to just about everyone at this point. And this is not a crime. It is the first line of defense against tyranny, our freedom to call it out.

“The document mentions a simple misdemeanor that involves Shroyer being on capitol grounds. This was a violation of a court order that resulted from a 2019 arrest when Shroyer stood and protested a House Judiciary Committee meeting. But this is not the crime he is being charged with.

“The 30-page sentencing document is nothing but hot air being blown by a legal team held on the leash by tyrants who occupy the halls of our government. What Shroyer is actually being charged with is best summarized on page 20 where it states:

“his statements and actions after January 6 illustrate his complete lack of remorse. To date, despite a number of opportunities he has taken to speak about the election and January 6, he has yet to sincerely demonstrate genuine remorse for his conduct.”

“In other words, he won’t shut up about the stolen 2020 election. This is his god-given right. But the criminals who have highjacked we the people’s government are letting the rest of us know that those days are over, and we are now their slaves to be experimented on, thrown in jail, and murdered.”
170   Misc   2023 Sep 15, 6:26am  

Out of all the possible charges Weiss could have made against Hunter, he picked the most bogus one available.

Does anyone think that there will be a serious attempt to prosecute Hunter on something that will stick???

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/hunter-biden-lawyer-argues-david-weiss-barred-from-bringing-gun-charges/ar-AA1gJMNQ?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=U531&cvid=2d79a979cef24e1db192a112c219298d&ei=42
171   Patrick   2023 Sep 15, 8:41am  

https://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/the-conundrum/


Ever since the fabled Laptop from Hell entered stage left, the un-raptured of the land have been exposed to gales of evidence that “Joe Biden” ran a family influence-peddling racket as veep, and that it likely has something to do with the extravagant mess spawned in Ukraine. The crude and lawless labors of the DOJ and the FBI to cover all that up have been failing lately as a harsh music of blown whistles ominously cleaves the dank night air over the Potomac swamp.

The coming House impeachment inquiry, with its extraordinary subpoena powers, can easily un-confuse these matters as Rep Comer (R-KY) goes after the Biden family bank records. The equation is pretty straightforward: Millions of dollars rattling around the coffers of “Joe” and Jill, and Jim and Frank, and the Biden kids and grand-kids divided by the low six-figure salaries of a senator and vice-president, times, say, the $20 to $50-million inflows of revenue (for no discernible services rendered) from Ukraine, Russia, China, Kazakhstan, and Gawd-knows how many other entities arguably hostile to the USA’s interests through Hunter Biden’s multitudinous shell companies. It’s called money-laundering.

Meanwhile, mirabile dictu, Special Counsel David Weiss goosed three counts of illegal gun possession against Hunter Biden out of a federal grand jury Thursday. Somehow, a loaded garbage barge of tax evasion charges that was last seen a few weeks ago steaming into Indictment Central happened to sail off into the Bermuda Triangle and vanish from the docket. Also in question: what about that “diversion agreement” sneakily embedded in the plea deal that blew up a month ago in Judge Maryellen Noreika’s courtroom? That little gem would have let Hunter B off the hook for any other past federal crime imputed in the many reams of evidence about Biden family moneygrubbing already made public. If the plea deal evaporated, did not the diversion agreement go up in a vapor with it? Hunter’s lawyers apparently say it’s still in force. How does that work?
173   Patrick   2023 Sep 15, 10:58am  

https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/best-life-friday-september-15-2023


Now that his secret, small-print sweetheart deal was uncovered by the judge in his criminal case, Hunter Biden was indicted yesterday on a few minor, misdemeanor gun charges. It’s a developing story, but I don’t expect it to amount to much. But we’ll see.

Maybe some Republican State Attorney General should indict Hunter with state child porn charges on account of his laptop? Hmm?
174   Misc   2023 Sep 15, 11:12am  

Well, it was actually 3 felony gun charges not misdemeanors, but those charges just ain't gonna stick.

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