Sara Carter - Roger Stone's prosecution was based on false narratives (Fox video)

Posted by freedomforall 4 months, 3 weeks ago to Politics
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“…[I]f you’re looking at Roger Stone, they talk about, you know, the lie to Congress, that he lied to Congress… well look at John Brennan and his lies to Congress, James Comey and his lies to Congress, James Clapper when he lied to all of America, I believe it was back in 2013 when he said there was no warrantless spying on Americans and we found out that was not the case. None of these people have been prosecuted, but Roger Stone is being prosecuted…and punished severely,” Carter told Dobbs.
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  • Posted by term2 4 months, 2 weeks ago
    Our government is crooked to its core, and that includes the FBI and DOJ. Hillary and crew go free while anyone who worked with Trump gets the book thrown at them.

    I dont trust our legal system anymore. I just want nothing to do with it.
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    • Posted by bobsprinkle 4 months, 2 weeks ago
      The good in our system MUST start standing up and publicly challenging the deep state.
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      • Posted by term2 4 months, 2 weeks ago
        the problem with that is that in a mob rule society like we have (democracy where anything goes), the majority of leftists like we have now simply get what they want
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        • Posted by bobsprinkle 4 months, 2 weeks ago
          So then, must we just have a dictator to tell us what we will do?
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          • Posted by term2 4 months, 2 weeks ago
            we need to go back to a republic with a constitution and NOT a mob rule democracy. Until that happens, this society is doomed. If its the mythical "benevolent dictator" in power, its better than what we have now. Unfortunately, dictators that start out as "benevolent" quickly turn into monsters once they are in power- so that definitely doesnt work.
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            • Posted by bobsprinkle 4 months, 2 weeks ago
              Citizens must keep a sense of participation by voting. A "republic with a constitution" is the ideal. But, until there are term limits, those that stay in the government their entire career will not be benevolent. They will become entitled (in their mind). That is when the trouble begins. They begin to think they know better than the rest of us. Our country and government has become so large that groups with their own dictators form and try to impose their ideals on the rest of us.
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              • Posted by term2 4 months, 2 weeks ago
                And also the constitution as written doesn’t forbid laws which take from one to give to another This is a fundamental defect. Now everyone wants a piece of the pie with lobbyists pitching for them, and the politicians trying to satisfy them so as to get re elected
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                • Posted by mccannon01 4 months, 2 weeks ago
                  "...doesn’t forbid laws which take from one to give to another..." I've wondered about that, too, term2. I think initially it did just that, but then came two things:
                  1) The income tax amendment. ("Tax the rich! Tax the rich!" BS)
                  2) IMHO, misinterpretation of the word "promote" to mean "provide" in the general welfare clause.
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                  • Posted by term2 4 months, 2 weeks ago
                    once it was ok to take from one and give to another, all bets were off and look at where we are now. everyone looks to the government for their "share" of the goodies, and no one wants to pay for their neighbors goodies. No wonder there is no unity in the ocuntry- its evry person for himself
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  • Posted by exceller 4 months, 3 weeks ago
    Amy Berman Jackson ...the Obama Judge.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/who-...

    Of course she dismissed the hag’s Benghazi case:
    “Jackson ruled the parents didn't sufficiency challenge that Clinton wasn't acting in her official capacity when she used the email server.
    "The untimely death of plaintiffs' sons is tragic, and the Court does not mean to minimize the unspeakable loss that plaintiffs have suffered in any way," Jackson wrote in a 29-page opinion.
    Can someone be more despicable than that? “The Court does not mean to minimize…”

    Really? The fact is the hag walked. But she did not “minimize in the Stone case. 40 months is still exorbitant for nothing.
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  • Posted by Abaco 4 months, 3 weeks ago
    I have listened to Stone in interviews and I'm convinced he should be left alone. He's a political prisoner now. But, probably not for long. And...here's the rub. The President will pardon him and the media will try to make it sound like an issue during the campaign. But, it isn't. But...facts don't really matter anymore.
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  • Posted by LibertyBelle 4 months, 2 weeks ago
    From what I understand, the Forelady of his jury was very prejudiced against him; and, if what I heard about that is true, the whole trial should be invalidated, and he should get a new trial.
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  • Posted by $ 25n56il4 4 months, 3 weeks ago
    Speaking from experience, I have a very low opinion of the District Judges in my County. One was so bad, the 1st Court of Appeals cited him with 'Abuse of Office' 9 times in an Opinion. Another District Judge let an attorney from our AG's office tamper with a jury and did nothing! Our DA was said to have 'Ignored Texas Law' in a particular case. All the beforementioned was done in one case. The AG of our state, now Governor didn't even know what was going on in his own office.
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