OPINION| Mark Sidney| Well, it looks like we called it (I'm sure you saw this coming too), the DS is not letting any grass grow between their last coup attempt and their newest attack on President Trump.
While I am skeptical that anyone in the DOJ is capable of actually doing their jobs, the degree to which Dems are triggered over AG Barr looking into the abuses of the previous administration, has me thinking he may have hit pay dirt and the DS knows it.
Now, this is just a theory, but it would stand to reason that the DS (who, I assume, has access to the same omnipotent surveillance tools that Snowden warned us about) is more than likely monitoring the conversations of AG Barr and President Trump.
We know that during Obama's tenure, and under the watch of his henchmen, John Brennan, the Central Intelligence Agency had the gall to spy on US Senators. Now, they got CAUGHT for this one and admitted to it, but imagine what else they were doing, who else they were monitoring, which he did not yet learn about?
In an article entitled, ‘CIA admits to spying on Senate committee‘ MSNBC reported:
‘Central Intelligence Agency officials spied on computers used by the Senate Intelligence Committee, which was investigating controversial Bush-era detention and interrogation programs, an internal investigation has found.
The reports summary states that five agency employees, including two attorneys and three IT staffers, were involved in “improperly” accessing the committee’s computers
According to CIA spokesperson Dean Boyd, agency director John Brennan apologized to Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California and Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss of Georgia, the chair and vice chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, respectively.
or if they just had a mole in the DOJ, and bad actors learned that Barr was planning on pursuing charges against high level members of the previous administration,
Sen. Mark Udall, a Colorado Democrat who sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee, called Thursday for Brennan to resign, and said that he failed to deliver on promises of change at the CIA. “From the unprecedented hacking of congressional staff computers and continued leaks undermining the Senate Intelligence Committee’s investigation of the CIA’s detention and interrogation program to his abject failure to acknowledge any wrongdoing by the agency, I have lost confidence in John Brennan.”
If Brennan's CIA had the nerve to spy on the Senate, I would bet my rear that these same IC black-hats would not think twice about monitoring someone who they thought was working to expose their tyranical abuses.
We have known that the IC has gone rogue and is out of control, acting as if it were above the law, as they try with all their might to remove Trump from office. What I did not expect was the Judicial branch of our government destroying the time honored partition between judges and politics.
The Gateway Pundit reported:
‘Just weeks after President Donald Trump was acquitted by the Senate of bogus partisan impeachment charges by the House of Representatives, a group of federal judges will hold an ’emergency meeting’ on Tuesday regarding the intervention by Attorney General William Barr against the abusive proposed sentence for Roger Stone and the criticism by President Trump of the proposed sentence and the federal judge overseeing the case, Judge Amy Berman Jackson, as well as other actions by Barr and Trump regarding ‘politically sensitive’ cases before the judiciary.
The emergency meeting will be held via conference call with officers and members of the executive committee of the 1,100 member Federal Judges Association because, association president Judge Cynthia Rufe (a Bush 43 appointee) said, “We just could not wait until April to discuss matters of this importance.” The judges’ annual meeting is set for April 18-19 in Denver.
The meeting comes on the heels of a letter signed by over 1,000 former Justice Department Deep State operatives calling on Barr to resign for overruling the punitive sentence of 7-9 years in prison proposed by federal prosecutors for Stone. The four prosecutors in the case resigned in protest over Barr’s intervention.
Judge Jackson will preside over a phone hearing in the Stone case on Tuesday. Stone has asked for a new trial after it was reported last week the foreman of the jury that convicted him is a virulent anti-Trump Democrat who posted about Stone’s case.'
It is not just patriot media who is reporting on the meeting either. TheUSA Today reported:
A national association of federal judges has called an emergency meeting Tuesday to address growing concerns about the intervention of Justice Department officials and President Donald Trump in politically sensitive cases, the group’s president said Monday.
Philadelphia U.S. District Judge Cynthia Rufe, who heads the independent Federal Judges Association, said the group “could not wait” until its spring conference to weigh in on a deepening crisis that has enveloped the Justice Department and Attorney General William Barr.
“There are plenty of issues that we are concerned about,” Rufe told USA TODAY. “We’ll talk all of this through.”
…Rufe said the judges’ association is “not inclined to get involved with an ongoing case,” but she voiced strong support for Jackson.
“I am not concerned with how a particular judge will rule,” Rufe said, praising Jackson’s reputation. “We are supportive of any federal judge who does what is required.”
Rufe said the group has not decided how it will report the result of its meeting, if at all. “We just could not …wait until April to discuss matters of this importance,” she said.
After Trump took Jackson to task on Twitter last week, another jurist – District of Columbia Chief U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell – appeared to rally to Jackson’s side.
“The Judges of this Court base their sentencing decisions on careful consideration of the actual record in the case before them; the applicable sentencing guidelines and statutory factors; the submissions of the parties, the Probation Office and victims; and their own judgment and experience,” Howell said in a written statement. “Public criticism or pressure is not a factor.”
The Federal Judges Association describes itself:
The Federal Judges Association (FJA) is a national voluntary organization of United States federal judges, appointed pursuant to Article III of the Constitution, whose mission is to support and enhance the role of its members within a fair, impartial and independent judiciary; to actively build a community of interest among its members; and to sustain our system of justice through civics education and public outreach.
The independence of Article III judges is assured under the Constitution by their appointment for life without diminution in pay. Nominated by the President of the United States and confirmed by the United States Senate, Article III judges are thus protected from intimidation, undue influence, coercion, or domination so that they may judge fairly and independently in every case, as the law and facts require.
Inevitably, from time to time, some judicial decisions are unpopular. The FJA, as an independent organization, can speak in one voice to protect the independence of the judiciary and to explain its significance to a free society. The Association expresses the collective view of Article III judges to other branches of government and the public on issues related to fair and impartial courts.
The DS has now weaponized every single branch of government against President Trump.
What we are witnessing is a life and death struggle for the control of the USG. Either the voters will pick or leaders or the DS will install them … just look at Michael Bloomberg and the ‘Democratic' party.
Obama once famously said that ‘elections have consequences.' This is pretty ironic, seeing as our research suggests his administration was working, with other nations, to alter the outcome of the 2016 election.
I just pray that Barr is the real deal and people finally get held accountable for their unprecidented abuse of power and disrespect for our God given right to privacy.
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