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With arrest of Trump associate Roger Stone it has become obvious that justice in America is dead

By Jon Dougherty, editor-in-chief

In an early morning raid with guns drawn, federal agents raided the Fort Lauderdale home of Roger Stone, arresting the former Nixon administration official political dirty trickster and making him the most recent associate of POTUS Donald Trump and his 2016 campaign to be indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller.

According to published reports, agents showed up at Stone’s home around 6:00 a.m. Friday morning to arrest him on seven counts including lying to federal investigators, which is nothing but a process crime that would not have occurred had he never been questioned by Mueller’s politically motivated investigators.

According to The Associated Press, in addition to allegations of making false statements to investigators, Stone has been charged with witness tampering, obstruction, and making additional false statements to the House Intelligence Committee.

Notably, Stone has not been charged with a criminal conspiracy to collude with Russia to “steal” the 2016 election from Hillary Clinton — which, never forget, was Mueller’s original mandate. Also, he’s not been charged with conspiring with whistleblower website WikiLeaks, which published Democratic National Committee emails allegedly hacked by Russia, or the Moscow officers Mueller has accused of conducting the hack.

So what’s the real purpose for indicting Stone? What kind of justice is Mueller serving up on behalf of the country by arresting and charging a political operative with dubious process crimes — some of the same allegations the FBI refused to level against two top Clinton aides, Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, after they lied about having no prior knowledge of their boss’ private email server? 

The answer should be obvious by now. Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen, and now Roger Stone were all associates of the president, either personally or as part of his 2016 campaign; Mueller is acting on behalf of the Deep State to undermine and, hopefully, remove, a duly-elected president. 

This is the kind of stuff we used to see in a Hollywood political thriller, not in real life. That’s because there were checks and balances — a lot of them — in place to prevent this kind of overt politicization of our federal law enforcement and justice systems.

But it’s obvious those checks and balances are now gone. When a special prosecutor can be appointed on a lie, a hoax, a fabricated “narrative” that has never been proven because it was never real and then be given the power to destroy lives and take away the freedom of American citizens just because they dared to support a different presidential candidate, there is no more justice in America.

It’s dead.

Now, how do we get it back? Can we get it back?

We’d better, or our country will continue to devolve into a lawless land led by a federal leviathan, free to run roughshod over political rivals in the same way that citizens of a banana republic are abused by tin-horn tyrants.

This abuse of the people’s trust and of our institutions must end. It began under President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, but it’s now up to POTUS Trump to end it.

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3 Comments on With arrest of Trump associate Roger Stone it has become obvious that justice in America is dead

  1. Jonathan Withers // January 25, 2019 at 6:05 pm // Reply

    Yes, justice is dead in America. Corruption runs rampant and the innocent are being punished. Trump knows this and he will fight it and he will win. He said so and his word is a promise. Has he ever lied to us? Remember, the evil villains in our government tried to and still are trying to overthrow his presidency. He is feeling their treasonous threats every day and on a very personal level. He knows that by rising up against them he is putting his life at extreme risk but he is not afraid.

    Just because he doesn’t openly talk about his plan of action does not mean he has given up. This is a complex scenario with multiple conspirators involved and it requires deep forethought to orchestrate multiple resources to simultaneously defeat this overwhelming corruption. Traitors have risen up against us that threaten to take our country, our freedoms and our American way from us. This is war and as in any war, there will always be casualties. Some battles are won and some are lost but ultimate victory can and must be ours.

    In just two years, Trump has accomplished more for this country than any other president since Abraham Lincoln. He has already proven his loyalty but there is still a lot of more work to do especially in the international arena. He still needs our support though. Let’s not give up hope just yet. He isn’t finished. The best is yet to come as he so eloquently stated in his New Year’s Tweet:

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 1, 2019

  2. I am on your side with a much different impression.

    Trump shows basic indecision and weakness in handling the coup. It started with not firing Sessions on day 1. He spent 2 years wasting time being hands off his DOJ, not asserting his legal authority over it. He could have created another investigation. He promised to release documents then did not with a minor excuse.

    His supporters and the nation do not deserve being tormented with this for 2 years. He now has placed his future in the hands of McConnell and Barr, a longtime Mueller associate.

    If Trump somehow is removed or so discredited due to the criminal coup and cannot win in 2020, it will have lots to do with is inaction. I consider him to now be an underdog to survive. Sometimes serious action and risk taking is required, Trump is not willing to do that. I doubt he has a plan, he waivers and flounders.

  3. Wally Baumbusch // January 26, 2019 at 1:25 pm // Reply

    I don’t believe justice is dead but stealthily biding it’s time…DJT & therefore America & her true Citizens will prevail.

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