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Roger Stone, a victim of politicized prosecution

By Jim C.

Your articles on Roger Stone have been very well reasoned, rational and detailed.

I’d like to believe what you say is true. I think what you say will happen should happen, that Stone should be exonerated, but I’m afraid it won’t happen.

There’s a vast difference between what should be, and what really is.

Whether or not the CP FISA wiretap is legal is irrelevant, because it won’t be found illegal. Why?

Because the real test of jurisprudence in America is political power and fear and money. You write as if truth and justice will save the day, when realistically they haven’t had a lot to do in US courts for a very long time.

Why isn’t Robert Mueller or some other special prosecutor going after Hillary Clinton instead of completely ignoring her, as if she had complete immunity no matter what?

Why is Trump accused of obstructing justice for firing Comey, when under Obama there was a huge uproar for someone to do just that – supposed loss of confidence, agents resigning, etc.?

In some ways, Trump has been his own worst enemy – in the way that he expresses himself, but no matter how it comes out, it doesn’t mean that what he says is automatically wrong.

It does seem like Mueller is looking for a “jailhouse snitch”, as if he were some county DA, arresting low-level figures, terrifying them into cooperation against higher ones, and working his way toward the real target.

That can be easily seen as the real reason for the incredibly unnecessary SWAT team arrest of Roger Stone. It creates the image of an evil drug lord or crime boss in the public eye, while also dazing the one arrested with shock and awe, terrorizing them into cooperation from the very start.

The SWAT team arrest had nothing to do with police safety, and everything to do with public relations spin.

However, judging by past reports, it seems that’s exactly the wrong way to treat Stone. Probably the more investigators try to intimidate and threaten him, the more angry he gets, and more determined to not give them what they want.

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  • In some ways, Trump has been his own worst enemy – in the way that he expresses himself,

    Again you will be found to be incorrect.

    Either way. But I suspect that — at that time — 2015-2016, the Shadow Demons thought they had it in the bag (or in The Hag)

    On Oct. 9, 2016, presidential Candidate Trump declared in debate that he would appoint a special counsel to investigate Hillary’s involvement in corruption. She appeared dumbfounded for a minute — not a difficult thing for her to pull off. He also told her more than once that she would “be in jail” at some point in the future. Lots of people (then) dismissed his claims as those of an insane madman…blustering and blabbering on about shit that he had no clue about.

    Fast forward… Today there are STILL lots of people who think POTUS is a chump buffoon. Tsk, tsk.

    But there is a growing number who are seeing the proverbial writing on the wall. All of this stuff is a ‘project’ to condition the population for what’s coming.

    The denial and retardation of a significant portion of my ‘fellow Americans’ is stupendous. Maybe they’ve completely lost the ability to reason. They don’t realize the truth contained in Sun Tzu’s Art of War.

    “All warfare is based on deception.

    Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.”

    “Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.”

    These maxims have not ‘expired’.

  • it may be way better then you know , think about it, Comey was out of position when he was fired, knowing this, they knew there would come a clean up team to hide the dirt, would a sting operation be a great move ? caught some extra rats ? all coms were being monitored as FISA works both ways .

  • Whether or not the CP FISA wiretap is legal is irrelevant, because it won’t be found illegal. Why?

    I think you are going to be wrong about this. Wait for the FISA declass

    • Hope I am wrong about this. I wasn’t really giving a legal opinion, just making a cynical observation about the state of a so-called criminal “justice” system where it seems justice is the last of anyone’s concerns, if it even shows up in court at all. Truth and justice are forever relegated to the backseat while power and money are up front doing the driving.

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