Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Midnight Meme Of The Day!


by Noah
America is right to expect the worst of Bill Barr, who has repeatedly interfered in criminal investigations on Trump's behalf. We have a hearing on this topic on Wednesday. We welcome Mr. Berman's testimony and will invite him to testify.
- House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, June 19, 2020
So Attorney General William "Kneepads" Barr has fired the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District Of New York Geoffrey Berman. Of course he did. Berman saw his job as Attorney of the people of the United States, not for the republican goons in the White House and Congress. The slime is strong with Barr. Since day one, he has seen his job as to do the bidding of his insane boss of bosses in the oval office. Trump, of course, says he had nothing to do with it. That's the way crime families and their consiglieres operate. Does it make you wonder how long before Trump starts ordering hits on people in his way? Has he done it before. Look who he idolizes, Kim, Putin, and Duterte. One thing's for sure no one in the White House will ever move to stop Trump. Same with all of those corrupt Republicans that currently infest the Hou$e and $enate, made men and women, everyone of them, including Mittens Romney who cagily only voted to remove the orange cancer on one of two articles of impeachment when he had nothing additional to lose by voting for both articles, not that the end result would have been altered.

Obviously, Geoffrey Berman was following the law and wouldn't join Barr in the ceremonial wearing of the kneepads. It's also painfully obvious that Berman was closing in on something either about Trump himself, his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, something in Trump's taxes or who knows what. One clue may reside in who Trump and Barr have tried to slot in as Beman's replacement, Jay Clayton, the head of The Securities and Exchange Commision. Clayton has no prosecutorial experience which would make him an exceedingly odd choice for U.S. Attorney. His background is as a corporate lawyer. Ah, but Clayton has the kind of career connections, past and present, that would come in handy if, just suppose, someone in high (on Adderall) office wanted to quash anything to do with Deutsche Bank. Deutsche Bank is the highly likely doorway to all sorts of things; payoffs, Russian money laundering, unusual purchases of goods and people, the recently departed Jeffrey Epstein, dodgy real estate deals... The possibilities are near endless. Follow the money as they say. But, alas for anyone tied up that sort of thing Barr and Trump blew the transition, at least temporarily; just more ineptitude. The gang that can't shoot straight, in every meaning of the phrase.

Now, according to law, as Berman mentioned in one of his parting statements, his former Deputy Attorney, Audrey Strauss, who's not a Trump appointee, directly or indirectly, is in charge of the investigations, at least for now. The investigations reportedly go on. Word here in New York has it that Attorney Strauss has all the integrity that Berman has and is smarter and more exacting and driven. God, I hope she has some serious bodyguards. Follow the money Audrey Strauss. Follow the money.

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At 9:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And still the "Democrats" do nothing.


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