Skip to comments.Trumpís Impeachment and Steve Stockmanís Conviction: Facts Donít Matter
Posted on 02/27/2020 7:56:22 AM PST by Kaslin
In the February 6 celebration of his acquittal, President Trump explained that, right at the beginning, they [his advisors] said, dont worry sir; all of the facts are on your side. But the president told them, you dont understand. That doesnt matter.
He added, they made up facts.
Rep. Adam Schiff who led the inquisition indeed made up the facts. He had honed his deceitful tactics as a Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutor.
Other political targets of DOJ corrupt prosecutions completely identify with Trumps retort to his advisors. My husband, former Congressman Steve Stockman (R-TX) certainly does.
He lost count of the times different attorneys advised him of one thing, later, then after prosecutors made an unexpected move, said, Ive never seen them do that before. Naturally they hadnt. His was a political prosecution. Like the presidents, Stockmans first counsel told him he hadnt done anything wrong; he had nothing to worry about. That was near the beginning of the over four-year pursuit that led to Stockmans prosecution.
Sidney Powell, author of Licensed to Lie and attorney for targeted Gen. Michael Flynn, says, it doesnt matter whether you are innocent or not. They will make up crimes against you; they will indict you; they will search your house; they are willing to make up evidence ...
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
FYI: Stockman tried to primary super RINO and serial liar John Cornyn.
Prosecutors went through four grand juries to get one which would indict.
Very much a political prosecution.
Forgot enemy: mainstream media/news. Which is just propaganda for their comrades and _the_ party.
This time it was a Houston jury, not the DC jury that railroaded Roger Stone. But Houston is now blue. Did the defense ask for a change of venue?
Stockman always seemed like an odd character, but I liked him.
Most people aren't willing to play "felony poker" with feral persecutors.
It's a pity - that would get most of their minds right on this perennial power trip of theirs.
Opinion by senior U.S. Judge E. Grady "Getting My Jollies" Jolly [Reagan judge].
The appellate court [panel, the "journalist" Gabrielle Banks forgets to mention] strongly disagreed, in the ruling joined by Judges James E. Graves [Clownbammy judge], Jr. and Stephen A. Higginson [Clownbammy judge].
Jolly is a Reagan judge who "grew in office"*.
*And they probably have videos...