Roger Stone Gets 40 Month Prison Sentence…

Roger Stone receives three years and four months in federal prison as a first offender. However, Judge Amy Berman Jackson has delayed the implementation of the sentence until she takes up the issues with a biased jury foreperson, and request for a new trial.

Within the process to deal with Stone’s motion for a new trial, Judge Berman-Jackson knows resolving the petition involves bringing jury foreperson Tomeka Hart to her courtroom for questioning.  The activist judge did not want a damaging political optic prior to delivering her sentence.  An appearance by the foreperson to explain overt bias begs the question of how poorly Judge Berman-Jackson handled jury selection.

Judge Jackson also keeps the blanket gag order on Roger Stone which stops him from discussing, highlighting or complaining about any issue related to his prosecution and trial.

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494 Responses to Roger Stone Gets 40 Month Prison Sentence…

  1. reggiemeezer says:

    The lefty judge just accused Stone of covering up for Trump…

    Liked by 5 people

  2. sundance says:

    Liked by 37 people

  3. JRD says:

    What a corrupt B.I.T.C.H.

    Liked by 23 people

  4. Publius2016 says:

    She is under the MICROSCOPE!

    With new ODNI, any moment can lead to her ARREST!

    44 appointee and Wild Bill crony!

    Liked by 7 people

  5. gingergal says:

    Well, after the implementation, I’m all for pardoning until we get this two-tiered justice system resolved.

    Liked by 10 people

  6. Troublemaker10 says:

    There is zero justification for a “gag order” against Roger Stone. How is this not a civil rights abuse?

    Liked by 27 people

  7. JohnCasper says:

    “Judge Amy Berman Jackson has delayed the implementation of the sentence until she takes up the issues with a biased jury foreperson”

    So an even more biased judge takes up the issues of a biased jury foreperson? Well, there is a certain symmetry there, I suppose.

    Liked by 14 people

  8. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Sharon says:

      Hey judge Amy how about the juror and her social media campaign? This judge needs to be disbarred !

      Liked by 20 people

      • Randolph Scott says:

        No, Recalled is the word. More shameful too. Just think, if she was recalled every time she would go to whine and cheese party her friends would remind her of the day PDJT fired her. Her friends would shame her etc.

        Soo Funny, soo friggen funny.


        • zekfidle says:

          impeached..federal judges are removed by and only by congressional impeachment.

          or death.

          or retirement

          or medical leave but its not necessarily a permanent removal per se…

          there is one other way for federal judge to be forcibly removed from the system..but I don’t think even this group of patriot will tolerate me for mentioning how that works.

          trivia: Impeachment of judges (federal NOT state judges) is rare, and removal is rarer still. With respect to federal judges, since 1803, the House of Representatives has impeached only 15 judges – an average of one every 14 years – and only 8 of those impeachments were followed by convictions in the Senate. Justice Samuel Chase is the only Supreme Court Justice the House has impeached, and in 1805 the Senate acquitted Chase.

          According to Rehnquist, the attempted removal of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase in 1804 was, in particular, “enormously important in securing the kind of judicial independence contemplated by” the Constitution. President Thomas Jefferson, a Democratic-Republican, encouraged the House to impeach Justice Chase, a Federalist, after Chase openly criticized the President and his policies to a Baltimore grand jury. In addition to the charge that his partisan statements undermined the judiciary, the charges against Justice Chase ultimately included inflated allegations of misconduct in several trials. The House impeached Chase in 1804, but the following year, the Senate declined to convict, despite Jefferson’s party holding a supermajority. This failed impeachment helped set the bounds of the proper use of the impeachment power – including that judicial decisions should not be a basis for removing judges from the bench.

          This norm contributes to the United States’ carefully balanced three-branch system of government, which requires that judges remain insulated from political pressure when deciding cases. Job security is one important contributor to maintaining judicial independence – so that judges are deciding cases based on their understanding of what the law requires, and not worrying that they could be removed from office if powerful political actors disagree with their rulings.

          notice some very clear parallels here with the case with BJ and Chase before..

          impeachment is dicey…and as the house has a super majority with democrats still nursing deep wounds to the epic failure to impeach trump, there is zero chance the house will ever take aim at BJ..

          interesting times we live.


      • boomerbeth says:

        Or imprisoned


    • TexanInFL says:

      An arrogant woman who is ugly…

      Liked by 1 person

  9. treehouseron says:

    Roger can’t speak, or she prosecutes him further, but she can speak before during and after the case however she wants about anybody, the Jury forewoman can speak however she wants before during and after.

    This is America? This is a joke. Imagine you’re an 18 year old black guy who looks like the black guy that robbed the liquor store, and now you get to see what American Justice looks like.

    Our country is done, the deep state has pissed where it sleeps and you can never get that smell out.

    Liked by 25 people

    • Linus in W.PA. says:

      The only way is to burn it down.

      Liked by 3 people

    • zekfidle says:

      I am not defending the is certainly unethical..but it isn’t illegal and that is what counts to these corruptors.

      on the other hand, it is stone who is on trial..has been convicted…and this gag order was already in place due to a pretty direct threat to the judge, whether intended or not, or directed by stone or’s never a good idea for a defendants in a high level case to even make satire about harm to a judge presiding over your case. It’s just one of those top 10 things you just don’t do, unless you have EVERY INTENTION OF FULFILLING THE THREAT.

      It’s too bad that stone doesn’t have the stones to actually follow through…but then again this guy doesn’t strike me as a genuine card ….but he does strike me as being his own enemy with zero to gain …that’s makes him stupid AND a bullsh$tter!

      again, no love for this judge…it’s all around an abomination…and there is no sense of any justice whatsoever.

      but it is important to understand that stone could have this opportunity to actually have a voice in the public venue, if he didn’t screw himself over with a complete lack of awareness about the consequences and the big picture..

      rule 1 of fight club: never talk about fight club.

      stone didn’t see the movie.


      • Les D says:

        Zek, Yup. Hate to kick a man when he’s down but.

        Stoney, you worked in the WH for RMN, later in the Senate, in the House, then a consultant for Republican political candidate shenanigans from VT to HI for decades, you’re HATED by Democrats for three generations.

        Were you too proud not to have your attorney tell the House you were taking the 5th–you wouldn’t of had to even show up, end of story. You knew the entire thing w/ you and Assange was a delusion you created. Publicity starved in your twilight years? It’s almost as dumb as anyone other then a crime victim saying come on in when the FBI comes knocking and wants to chat. At least without your own tape recorder playing even if you were clean as the driven snow.

        Regardless, you didn’t deserve 4. But, neither does Trump deserve the position your goofiness put him.


    • jello333 says:

      I have no love for bad defense lawyers… some of them are scum. But bad judges and prosecutors? I absolutely despise them. They are evil, dangerous, can literally be DEADLY. Until we figure out a way to put of bunch of them behind bars for a LONG time, nothing is gonna change.


  10. beaujest says:

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  11. calbear84 says:

    Stating the obvious, Judge Amy “Voldemort” Jackson Berman should be impeached!

    Liked by 6 people

  12. billybob says:

    Anybody arrested today ?

    Liked by 3 people

  13. lawton says:

    The Judge is a Russian – Collusion Hoax Truther. Unbelievable…

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Reserved55 says:


    Garbage “reporter”

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  15. TwoLaine says:

    This virtually ensures Roger’s case will be overthrown on appeal, and she is tainting the future jury pool. They will have to move the trial next time.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      There will BE no next trial. That’s why she had to proclaim a sentence before ruling on the Jury Foreman bias issue. If she accepts a mistrial the DOJ will rightly refuse to retry the case due to insufficient evidence. She is now between a rock and a hard place.

      ~~~~~~~ FREE ROGER STONE ~~~~~~~

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    • lftpm says:

      I’m with you on Stone’s appealing his case, and being granted a retrial, if not by the DC COA, then SCOTUS. Tomeka Hart was incontrovertibly biased, as demonstrated by her anti-Trump tweets and a retweet of an anti-Stone tweet, BEFORE the jury was selected. I suspect she may have pulled the “I’m a lawyer” card to seduce the jurors into electing her the foreperson, where she had the ability to unduly influence the other jurors (not too hard to do if they were all HRC voters).

      Hopefully, the COA/SCOTUS will also review ABS’s gag orders, and decide on their (non) constitutionality. Lawyers, as officers of the court, may be lawfully subject to gag orders, but defendants are ordinary citizens who must be granted their First Amendment rights, unless they are calling for violence, insurrection or other heinous acts. Arguably, if Stone tweeted criticisms of the judge, that might justify a selective gag order under the principle that it constitutes contempt of court, however a blanket gag order imposing total silence is antithetical to the US Constitution. For example, criticizing the prosecution should be fair game.

      The DS is clearly invoking “Unequal Justice Under Our New Law”. PDJT could push for hard penalties of the opposition, under “What is fair for the goose is fair for the gander,” but another way of achieving “Equal Justice Under the Law” would be to allow leniency for both “offending” sides.

      The President’s recent pardons and commutations of Democrats, as well as his leadership in The First Step Act, demonstrate masterful political acumen, and even Solomonic wisdom. His fairness and kind-heartedness stand in stark contrast to the left’s nest of vipers malevolence.

      Liked by 4 people

  16. Happily gorging herself on the Fruit of the Poisonous Tree

    Liked by 7 people

  17. Pale rider says:

    Stone is by proxie President Trump on these sentencing.

    Liked by 5 people

    • scrap1ron says:

      Actually Stone is by proxy, all of us. That is the message being sent by the Grand Inquisitors, so that none shall dare rise again.
      “Directorium Inquistorum 1578 – “punishment does not take place primarily and per se for the correction and good of the person punished, but for the public good in order that others may become terrified and weaned away from the evils they would commit.”

      Liked by 10 people

      • Gary says:

        Truth be told, there is something to be said for public punishment. There was a reason a hanging was a town event, one I believe to be rather obvious.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Yes, with the deep state and left’s ability to be completely immersed in delusion and virtual reality, I think that a neck stretch may be one of the few things to penetrate their brains.


        • Randolph Scott says:

          Now do you see why I want McCabe and Comey plus many to hang on the lamp posts of K Street. Deter all the other scum from attempting this horse crap again.

          Hang McCabe first. All by himself just listen to him scream and cry, then two days later hang about 5 more of them together. Surely we have six political criminals targeted.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Pale rider says:

            There is one caveat that you have overlooked. It would be Manafort, Stone, Flynn that would hang.
            The justice you fantasize about comes from vigilante justice that tears through all boundaries in rage. Or maybe an organized militia who enforce the laws to all.
            You will get no argument from me on that justice, because that would end our current inadequate system of injustice, at least temporarily until another generation forgot who we are dealing with.
            I say this often, in some manner we have become to civil. The very fact gun violence is low where vigilante justice is administered by way of open or conceal and carry is proof.
            The criminals own the law enforcement, Just like the banks, it’s not new just now people are starting to see how bad it has gotten.


    • Yep! You got it… and so does scrap1ron below, as President Trump is ALL OF US.


  18. strateshooter says:

    this Judge should be referred . She is a disgrace.
    How is NOT possible to allow a defendant to defend himself ? How is that legally possible ?
    What is the crime here ?
    Lying to Congress ( Comey etc have…walking free)
    Lying to the FBI (McCabe admits he has…walking free)
    Trying to get hold of DNC e-mails ( millions wanted to see HRC e-mails)
    Witness tampering ( a spat with a long acquaintance , who does not want to prosecute )

    This is DANGEROUS POLITICAL PERSECUTION and this Judge is a disgrace.
    Retrial at absolute minimum. Calling Sydney Powell.

    Liked by 12 people

    • iwasthere says:

      As I recall one of the charged lies was a document request from congesss: Produce all documents, emails, etc responsive to Russian collusion with the Trump campaign for President. Response. No responsive documents because there was no Russian collusion with the Trump Campaign. Orwellian.

      Liked by 3 people

      • TwoLaine says:

        He also asked them to prove the alleged hack. They said they didn’t have to.

        Remember Crowdstrike? IF they were so confident of their alleged Crowsdstrike Report, then let’s see it. We paid $40 MILLION for it.

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  19. albertus magnus says:

    Roger Stone was the victim of injustice for sure.

    But he is hardly an innocent victim.
    Just because someone clings to PDJT doesnt make him above justice just like he shouldnt be denied it either.


    • Brian in CA4 says:

      Really Albertus? Once again…guilty of defending himself from the swamp. Sounds familiar to me.

      Liked by 2 people

      • albertus magnus says:

        No need to pick arguments where there are none. He was treated like a kid who is beat within an inch of his life for stealing a cookie from the cookie jar.

        But PDJT purposely distanced himself from Stone BEFORE the campaign started, a position he maintains even as of this morning.

        Wanting justice to be done doesnt mean wanting criminals on both sides to walk. It just means fairness…which he was denied.

        If you cant see that, it is good you are not in charge of our judicial system, either.


  20. Reserved55 says:

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  21. Troublemaker10 says:


    • lawton says:

      That gut is a moron.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Judge’s sentence proves the original DOJ sentence recommendation was excessive, and unethical and part of game to incite Barr and President Trump- like the Stone raid. The judge is a full and unethical player in this game.

      If Judge denies Motion for Mistrial, The President could commute Roger Stones to a much lesser sentence rather than giving him a full pardon. If Motion is granted Barr could file in another Jurisdiction that would give Stone a fair trial. Stone could “waive” his venue privilege in DC.

      What this proves overall is that DC judges and juries including grand juries should not handle cases of national political interest interest. This is the underlying problem.

      Liked by 2 people

      • paper doll says:

        “This is the underlying problem. ”

        Indeed, and it’s huge. Even if we ever get to the openly known guilty folk getting arrested and going to trial, the D.C. Jury\ judge pool will automatically let them off.


        • Les D says:

          Yup, and no way to get a different venue unless Barr can show a significant element of the crime was committed else where, and at least 400 miles west of the NE coast, otherwise the same never Trumper jury pools.
          So knowing Barr can’t for prolly 99% of the stuff we’re all mad about, choose your poison–try them and have them acquitted so they can prance and rave their innocence on MSNBC and CNN, or just be satisfied knowing most of them are out of the G forever.

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          • paper doll says:

            But are they? Why can’t they sue for ” wrongful termination ” and get reinstated…the FBI love bird, Peter S. is doing that and before Roger Stone’s judge. He could be back at the FBI with a “damages” payday.


  22. iwasthere says:

    The gag order is outrageous. I didn’t think you could even do that in a criminal case – prior restraint. She did the same thing to Manafort and then tossed him in jail for breaking her order for a phone call (heck wonder if they had that phone tap via a FISA warrant?). What’s the rational for the gag order anyway? Jury bias? It’s sickening what they are doing to Stone.

    Liked by 4 people

    • dwpender says:

      What if the FISC ordered sequestration shows that the surveillance that captured the call that landed Manafort in jail was illegal? What possibly recompense would Manafort get?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “What’s the rational for the gag order anyway?”

      The original charges are bogus. The judge is hoping he violates the gag order so that there is something tangible to imprison him with.

      Also to rile people like us up, “just because she can”.

      If the original charges are ever found to be “fruit of the poisonous tree”, I don’t know if that would make the gag order invalid as well.

      Anyway, whatever VSGPDJT does on this will be used against him by all those with TDS

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    • many have cited it as a violation of his first amendment.

      Judges CAN be disbarred.

      Liked by 1 person

  23. 4sure says:

    Didn’t that scum Clapper or Brennan lie to Congress and later admitted it.

    No one that has been prosecuted for the Russia BS should have been (Flynn Stone Manafort) charged w/anything. since the whole thing was a coup attempt by the deep state and had nothing to do w/Russia interfering in the election. That Blitch judge who lectured Stone and POTUS Trump for an hour on the Russia BS needs to be impeached.

    POTUS Trump should immediately pardon Stone and Manafort, and Flynn as soon as his appeal is done.

    And that SOB Barr should be fired.

    Liked by 9 people

  24. NJ Transplant says:

    How is this gag order legal? Roger Stone has already been convicted and sentenced. Why isn’t this judge being impeached? Her next trial is Strozk’s lawsuit against the government for improper termination. What is wrong with this picture?

    Liked by 8 people

    • treehouseron says:

      She’s nothing special. Likely every judge within 200 miles of Washington is like that. She’s not the problem, the entire system is corrupt from the root to the leaf. The swamp isn’t in Washington, it’s country wide, from sea to shining sea, the tentacles reach all the way to Kansas, it’s in the school systems, the judicial system, the welfare system, the EPA, the DOJ, the FBI, the CIA, The Media, Hollyweird, their reach knows no bounds.

      Keep your head down and try to ignore that you live in a Banana Republic, we’ll all be happier that way (unless we end up being the particular one they attempt to destroy this week)

      Liked by 2 people

      • Phflipper says:

        “The swamp isn’t in Washington, it’s country wide, from sea to shining sea, the tentacles reach all the way to Kansas, it’s in the school systems, the judicial system, the welfare system, the EPA, the DOJ, the FBI, the CIA, The Media, Hollyweird, their reach knows no bounds.”

        I’ve experienced those tentacles just pushing back against ridiculous rezoning requests in our neighborhood. Unbelievable the corruption within our city planners. And, after digging, I’ve seen it is similar in community after community.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Richard says:

        Hear hear. The evil is deep, wide & thick. Unless & until indictments & prosecutions begin against THEM, the less we know the better.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Minor, and not necessarily a correction here, but the swamp is literally GLOBAL.

        President Trump did us all a great favor in saying so, if we keep it in mind in makes many things a bit easier to understand. Not to tolerate though… as I’m sure you know.

        Liked by 1 person

      • True, but the problems are more concentrated in DC. There will be resistors on any possible jury trial of a perp whereever it it is held in this country. Our odds are the worst in DC.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Wethal says:

      She still has jurisdiction over the case, since she hasn’t ruled on Stone’s motion for a new trial.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Wethal says:

      Oh, and if you’re wondering why she gets so many the cases, it’s likely because there is some crookedness in the clerk’s office., Cases are supposed to be assigned randomly, and it certainly defies probability that she gets so many. Surprise she didn’t get Flynn’s case, too.

      Liked by 7 people

  25. Linus in W.PA. says:

    What a vile box.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. OhNoYouDont says:

    Listening to Rush …

    Rush says regardless what fake news is reporting, the Trump tweet intervention which resulted in the 4 Mueller lawyers quitting is a big victory. 7 to 9 years reduced to 40 months.

    Liked by 3 people

    • dawg says:

      Thanks, I assumed he was out for treatment, he said on Tuesday he would be out, Im surprised it was just one day


      • didn’t he say on Monday that he had to be made ready before he begins treatment? The flu delayed him, but they were still deciding on his course of action. So glad that he has a fantastic team.

        Though WE wouldn’t get the same kind of care as RBG, I’m glad that Rush can get it.

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  27. If the judge does not throw this verdict/trial out for misconduct by the jury, there will be a pardon. Liberal heads will explode!

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  28. RJ says:

    Stone’s narcissism carries much of his troubles.

    Setting that aside while looking down at the playing field from 30,000 feet, who could say the games being played are fair when evaluating the opposing teams (dems and repubs)?

    Are you kidding me?

    Washington. DC is the Uniparty, much like the Harlem GlobeTrotters and the Washington Generals: “You scratch my back and I will scratch yours, together we will both cart off some big bucks along with power over others…we are the chosen people!”

    In flyover country, we believe in a much different set of rules compared to what they play there.

    We are coming to Washinton, DC to change the rules, plain and simple! Vote as many times as democrats love to vote, alive, dead, and of course aborted too!

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  29. dawg says:

    So if she doesnt want to highlight the biased jury foreperson and her own poor jury selection, will she just indefinitely defer the implementation of his sentence? She cant do that, right?

    Part of me thinks that since Stone has officially been sentenced, PT could and probably should just pardon him immediately. I think hes got the political capital to do it right now.

    But then Stone wouldnt be allowed to really clear his name, (if thats possible, Im not sure of exactly of what he was accused of, charged with, actually did, etc…)

    And if Stone just pursues down the course of the petition, maybe thats better in the long run for exposing the prosecutorial misconduct?

    But the gag order continues to stay in effect in the meantime. Thats no good.

    Whats next here?

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Jenevive says:

    What she wants out of this mess. She sentences Stone THEN POTUS
    can pardon him..Then there is no need for another trial if he is pardoned..
    solves thier problem. and Stone doesn;t have to go to jail.

    Liked by 2 people

  31. akaPatience says:

    I suspect the partisan judge would’ve delivered a harsher sentence if she hadn’t found herself under intense scrutiny. THANK GOD for sites like this and other MSM alternatives that truly strive to tell “the rest of the story”.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. David James says:

    She could just as easily given “time served”, or 90 days, but not all that time when all these others have done the same thing. This is selective enforcement of law, which is not valid and can be challenged in an appeal. This woman needs to go down for malicious sentencing.

    Liked by 2 people

  33. Troublemaker10 says:

    I hope POTUS makes reforming our corrupt justice system a major campaign platform in 2020.

    Liked by 4 people

  34. BigTex52 says:

    When the Federal judicial system ceases to even PRETEND to be fair and impartial, it’s time to ride them all out on rails and reload. Politics and bias have NO PLACE in the justice system.

    Liked by 6 people

  35. samwise163 says:

    No justice in this country…..Just…Us.
    Where is AG Barr?
    Practicing for St. Patrick’s Day?

    Liked by 8 people

    • treehouseron says:

      He’s smiling, he’s probably giving her a congratulatory call on a job well done. Barr isn’t going to fix anything, these are all his friends he’s worked with his entire career, he doesn’t see anything that needs to be fixed other than our opinion, and if he can’t change that well he really doesn’t give a crap about that either. Why would he change anything? This is the country he’s always known, it’s just a litlte more out in the open now.

      Think of the 1000’s they’ve probably framed over the years. Think how many have died in prison just because they didn’t give a crap.

      Liked by 4 people

      • amanda4321 says:

        Yes, this guy comes to mind -he accused state and federal officials of being involved with drug trafficking and child prostitution, and then he ends up being the one targeted with an FBI investigation (IMO FBI is a weapon of the govt. used to protect them and go after us).

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        • I concur Amanda, and truly “believe” that all the “extra”-Constitutional alphabet agencies are derp state fixer entities. That was the sole purpose of their creations. And as with so many various things “feral” in the swamp, We The People had no say in their creations.

          Sick and evil!


    • Coast says:

      Stop it! You wouldn’t want to make Barr’s job impossible would you?

      Liked by 3 people

    • paper doll says:

      “Practicing for St. Patrick’s Day?”
      Thanks for the laugh😄


  36. Serpentor says:

    The same DOJ let Epstein walk.

    Let that sink in.

    I’m not allowed to say what I’m really thinking for fear of 29 federal agents engaging in a no-knock raid at 4am to take me away. Let’s just say my opinion begins with when in the course of human events, it becomes necessary…..

    Liked by 8 people

    • James Carpenter says:

      When a great number of people are thinking the same thing in their heads, sooner or later, more likely than not, one of them gets up, goes out, up and does it.


  37. CharterOakie says:


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  38. islandpalmtrees says:

    Side note: same judge that would not allow Stone to challenge the assertion that the Russians broke into the DNC server. Where is your proof; assertions are not proof. This is yet another case that should be appealed.

    Liked by 2 people

  39. Nigella says:

    Everything she said, and she said a lot, was actually an attack on the President… She even revived the Mueller hoax …

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Reserved55 says:


  41. boomerbeth says:

    <b!Impeach MISANTHROPE Jackson or charge her with malfeasance! Fraud & jury tampering
    Time for the Big Pen for her!
    Find out WHO’s PAYING HER OFF?
    She’s been playing mind games since bari soetoro the KING of FRAUDS NOMINATED her…

    Liked by 1 person

    • treehouseron says:

      That won’t be happening, the DOJ is very happy with what she did today, she may get a further kickback from whatever tax payer funds they use to reward these people with in one way or the other.

      Good job today by her, i’m sure they’re all very happy with the outcome so far.

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  42. Bogeyfree says:

    My fantasy conversation,

    PT: Mr. Grenell welcome to the new job. I’d like on my desk by first thing in the morning every communication, text, email and phone call between anyone in the FIB/DOJ/CIA with and words Rodger Stone on them as I am declassify them effective immediately for our AG.

    And then I have a laundry of other people’s communications during 2016-2018 that I will be declassifying and sending over to the AG after I review them

    Mr. Grenell: No problem Mr. President. Is it OK if I get them to you earlier than tomorrow morning as I have already been gathering a number of documents and communications you might find interesting.

    PT: I knew I picked the right guy

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    • Debra says:

      Further, Greenland should bring Assange back to DC with him as he is a material witness in the Stone retrial . . .

      Liked by 1 person

    • I love this.
      My fantasy conversation:

      PT: CNN, Please take note that during my time as a business man in the non-political arena, I was privileged to work with some of the most outstanding investigative teams to make sure that I did due diligence before every deal was concluded.
      Given the inferior ability and talent of those from whom I have been forced to choose for my staff while in office I elected to use this very same team to do ‘Due Diligence’ on those who the public and myself call ‘the swamp”.
      Tthis includes you by the way. It includes politicians, lobbyists, judges and attorneys who have all egregiously dismissed and bypassed constitutional laws.

      Your partisan mis-use of free speech and the numerous conflicts we have discovered from kickbacks that you have received has brought forth a massive amount of evidence.

      We’ll be in touch, as you may have noticed that the record number of judges that I have brought into federal and the supreme court have also been given much of this evidence.

      Oh and by the way….start learning how to clip coupons, checking out how to rent small houses, buying from second hand stores and getting appointments at Supercuts.

      Keeping America Great Again…

      CNN: We’re going to impeach you! You’re going to be ruined!

      Audience for CNN: Well, that’s it then. You and I don’t need to hang around here anymore.


  43. Wethal says:

    She may grant a new trial because she knows any appeals court would grant one based on the posts and statement of the crooked foreperson. Being reversed on appeal is a public statement by your judicial superiors that you screwed up the law. She just wanted to get her licks in first.

    If he does have to file an appeal, he should petition the appeals court to continue the abeyance of sentencing, which most likely it would.

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  44. Here’s how the math works on his sentence: 40 months minus 18 mos. for RDAP (if he gets in) leaves 22 mos. Feds give 15% /yr for good behavior so that leaves 18.7 months. He will serve months in a half way house so that leaves 12.7 months in a fed camp. He will come out tan, fit and ready to make millions off book and TV IF PDJT doesn’t pardon him first.


    • treehouseron says:

      You forgot he’s a republican. He doesn’t get any of that, what are you thinking?

      You’re still thinking he’ll get the same deal as everybody else, did he get the same trial as everybody else?

      How do you still not see what’s going on here?

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    • amanda4321 says:



    • McFarland tells “us” exactly what the reason for “government” making it impossible to fire the burrowcrats. And we already know how and why (MONEY) the “permanent” political actors never go away, despite being the worst our society has to offer as those who “govern”.

      They ALL abuse the term “govern” which is part of why I abhor the word and all of it’s forms.


  45. NC Nana says:

    I hope we see the same proportionate sentencing when Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Page, Holder, and Hillary et al come to trial for lying. Oh and throw in a decade or 3 for their other crimes and misdemeanors. Oh and what are the names of Judges who mishandled the FISA court rulings perhaps they can serve a sentence or four for their 4th amendment abuse?


  46. AG Barr is doing his job: Going after Trump supporters while protecting the swamp

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    • treehouseron says:

      Yup, job well done by Bill Barr. They’re probably all on a group text right now laughing it up and making dinner plans for later tonight, you know it’s thursday afternoon, time for them to wrap up their framing and cover ups for the weekend.

      By the way, we’re going to need to raise your taxes, this shit is starting to get expensive!

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      • I know that we all literally know that’s how they actually operate, but I feel pretty strongly that if that is what is going on with Barr, that he too will get caught up in the Big Ass Net of our President’s making along with countless other bad actors.

        I do have serious trust in our President.


  47. lawton says:

    Wake me up when one of the actual coup plotters from the CIA/FBI and DOJ gets arrested for this coup attempt they pulled on the POTUS. The facts of what they pulled has been known for years now but only Trump connected people get arrested and taken to trial.

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  48. I will kick in the teeth ANY WOMAN who tells me that women in leadership are going to do better.


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