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. Coast says:

    “Judge Jackson also keeps the blanket gag order on Roger Stone…”
    How can this be legal or binding….he’s been prosecuted and sentenced. Her ability to control his life should be over.

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    • Wethal says:

      She has jurisdiction since she still has his motion for a new trial to consider.

      Liked by 4 people

      • jimmy matho says:

        Comment deleted by Admin…

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        • Wethal says:

          No, I’m a retired Philadelphia lawyer who knows a bit about federal jurisdiction and the federal rules.

          Liked by 14 people

          • LULU says:

            Thank you for identifying yourself, Wethal. Recently there is far too much slamming of posters for not seeming to toe an echo chamber line. That is a new wrinkle as dissent was perfectly fine here in the past. Your comment wasn’t even dissent. It was informed information. We could use more of that.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Ditto, I concur. Just cause you don’t like the message, DON’T kill the messenger.

              We critisise the liberals, for confirmation bias and existing in a bubble, and then strive mightily to create our OWN bubble of ‘safe space’?

              Is that a,WINNING strategy, to emulate your opponents mistakes?

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              • I concur, too. I am a retired attorney also.
                It is helpful to “bounce ideas off each other.”

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Not a retired, or active attorney.
                  But, represented “en proper” my whole life.
                  Incuding 5 felonies, 1 Federal offence (misspent youth) as well as custody dispute, in disputes with IRS, bankruptcy court, as well as numerous misdemeanor traffic cases.

                  As a result, I have SOME understanding of how the legal system actually works, which most ‘lay persons’ do not.

                  “Bouncing ideas off each other” and getting input from people who actually have had experience IN COURT, is very valuable.
                  I hope current and former lawyers will NOT be chased off, by people who frankly, often have absolutely no idea WHAT they are talking about, but comment with great certainty.

                  So, please stay and share your experience and insights, looseends.

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            • Magabear says:

              Amen to both of your comments. We really don’t want CTH to be a “must fit the narrative” site.

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            • not2worryluv says:

              I agree. I’ve found lately that to post an opinion that doesn’t fall in line with some CTH posters you are called a Troll or worse.
              I welcome debate but some of the replies are are down right hateful.

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          • Kintbury says:

            I have a question for you as you have expertise. When Judge Jackson said that Stone was prosecuted as he was covering up for the President, surely that opened a bucket of worms for her? As an absolute rube, this stuck out to me. As far as I am aware, no one other than nutty Dems in Congress have said The President colluded with Russia in any way . I think she displayed her bias for all to see.

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            • Publius2016 says:

              “Judge” Berman Jackson said this in relation to the “delay” in finding the truth…in other words, Stone’s lies “obstructed” Congress…

              She is a SAD BIASED JUSTICE…denied proper defense

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          • Gary says:

            Hang tight Wethal, you read well. OK I have to….an actual Philadelphia lawyer? Growing up for me it was a response my dad would toss out when I was asking too many questions.

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        • jimmy matho. Your assertion is correct. it’s a first amendment violation.

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      • The Roger Stone Legal Defense Fund
        c/o Robert Watkins & Company P.A.
        610 S. Boulevard
        Tampa.Fl 33606

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      • Nope. Several attorneys have cited that she is violating his 1st amendment rights.

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    • treehouseron says:

      I think you’re under the mistake assumption that there is a group of rules, that guide judges and members of the DOJ. There are no rules, and if there are, they flagrantly ignore them.

      She’s one of the elite, and you ain’t, what gives you the right to question her?

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    • anniesezso says:

      Because she can. Gag orders are a pet peeve Another example of the perversion of our justice system and power grab. A gag order can be a necessary tool, but it can also be perverted for reasons totally unrelated to justice, and can become an infraction against our constitutional rights. Lawyers and politicians have designed government to decapitate the authority of Americans and the spirit of our constitution.

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    • spoogels says:

      She hasnt banned any of USor any of the sympathetic media pundits from talking or tweeting

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  2. Reserved55 says:

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  3. The Devilbat says:

    Here is a one minute video showing a judge in Germany who reminds me of Judge Jackson.

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    • RJ says:

      Calling Chief Justice Roberts…Pretzel Man himself, leader of the FISA court, claimer that judges are not political, recent presidential impeachment judge…can we hear from you, your majesty?

      I didn’t think so…smile for the cameras judge. See you at the country club later!

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    • IGiveUp says:

      When Trump advisor Stephen Miller got married the other day his twitter feed was loaded with images( like the one above) of Nazi weddings.

      time for partition/map re-drawing folks.

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    • guest4ever says:

      WOW! Scary! That does hit close to home! We have a LOT to do, election-wise and culture-wise!!!

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  4. rich hahn says:

    Let it play out and pardon if necessary, after the election.

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    • James says:

      you sound like a cuck to the demonfilth
      wait?
      for what?

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      • The Demon Slick says:

        Easy name calling. Maybe like myself they want to see the appeal of the judges ruling that Roger Stone couldn’t use as his defense the fact that the fbi can’t prove that the Russians hacked the dnc server. Can you follow all that ok? The Obama judge said that the fbi has proven it so Stone can’t raise it as a defense. If the truth becomes official, that the fbi can’t prove anything because corrupt hacks, lots of deep state garbage falls apart. I suggest that you should take a deep breath and count to ten before you start accusing people of having nefarious motives just because they disagree with you. That’s a lefty game, conservatives have no place there.

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      • rich hahn says:

        There is a wealth of information to be discovered by playing this out. Plus, it gives Trump an opportunity to see if Barr is really cleaning up DOJ.

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        • zekfidle says:

          at the expense of justice…giving allowances for what amounts to judicial misconduct….this IS the problem..It should be attacked straight up and swiftly.

          there are many other ways to deliver the information to be discovered….and not risk a man’s life to 40 months in jail for essentially being a loud mouth and antagonizing the sensitive daisies in congress.

          And trump has sufficient evidence right NOW to take action and put barr on the street before he really muffs things up…because it sure is looking like barr is bent on doing the absolute minimum, if at all.

          my opinion, this is not the time to play around …each one of these very critical cases as it relates to a direct left corrupt deep state, especially with federal court judges..needs to be immediately corrected and conduct punished.

          this case will be important as we move toward the flynn case..and it will be important as we try to unwind the damage to papad, manafort as well.

          the entire matter is pegged to the one single cess pool from which was given a free ride to punish people who otherwise would be free men..who’s only real crime was being caught up in a scam fake hoax manufactured farce to attempt a coup.

          we can’t take the risk that a slow walk right now will work well…the stronger and more successful we are at correctly the current issues, makes momentum and a higher probability that justice will eventually become a reality…

          now, is not the time to strategize how to let the corruptors to continue to hold the edge.

          it must be removed from them at every single turn..no exceptions…and especially at the federal judge level.

          sometimes I have strong feeling and emotions about this subject…I have even gotten riled up on it. lol

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    • I understand your comment Rich, but in my opinion, lacking depth of understanding. On the government side, their resources are essentially limitless. My guess is ol Roger is spending a very finite resource that could in fact ruin his financial life if left to “play out” for too long.
      So in effect, he is screwed either way. If the usurpers can’t get you one way, they will another. It is just another example of our unequal justice system.
      Witness the Flynn case as another example.
      This is not a casual prosecution, it is lawfare being used to put off associates of our President. It is evil and VERY unjust.

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      • rich hahn says:

        I’m a couple of steps beyond you. Barr needs to show that he is up to the job. DOJ needs to get cleaned up and if Barr isn’t up to it, Trump needs to replace him. So Trump needs to let this play out and see how DOJ does. If Barr blows it, then pardon Stone and replace Barr.

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    • theoldgoat says:

      President Trump doesn’t wait till the end of his terms in office to issue pardons as we have just seen.
      I think he will wait to see it play out, especially if Stone is granted another trial. That it is even a question that Stone will be able to appeal this shouldn’t happen, but thanks to judicial activists, and a den of rabid dogs in the DOJ, it is not a given.
      Stone deserves to clear himself, if possible, through a new trial, but if it isn’t granted then I see President Trump issuing a pardon.

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  5. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • JohnCasper says:

      So how many years is Judge BJ sentencing President Trump to ? Is she banning him from social media too?

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    • joeknuckles says:

      She should be required to state clearly and precisely what exactly he was covering up.

      She can’t, because she was lying. There was no cover up because there was nothing to cover up.

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    • Jaap Titulaer says:

      Sounds like libel to me. “covering up for” POTUS implies she accuses him of criminal acts, without explaining what those were and without any evidence…

      Is she exempt in some way? Are the libel laws that weak in the USA that she can do this? Note that she is saying this while pronouncing a sentence…

      And that after she denied Stone to argue his defence in the way he wanted, i.e. also on the underlying issue (i.e. that what Trump is indirectly accused of: Russia hacked DNC, WikiLeaks conspired with those Russians and Trump campaign aided & abetted that effort in some way).
      Stone wanted the government to prove their case on those matters and Stone wanted to show that (e.g.) even the Russian hacking is without evidence (and there is strong evidence against it). The Judge denied that being discussed …!

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    • Bryan Alexander says:

      Roger Stone’s lawyers should have immediately asked the judge to explain what she meant by “covering up for the President”. Then, as soon as they leave the courtroom, I would already have the appeal filed on the basis of bias by the judge. That simple sentence indicated she believed the president had committed wrong-doing and that Stone was covering up the wrong-doing. BLATANT bias.

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  6. JohnCasper says:

    “Roger Stone judge Amy Berman-Jackson”

    I’m getting a little tired of her getting two last names. Even Presidents only get one last name, all Presidents – ever. So I will now, and forever more, just us the initials of her two last name – Judge Amy BJ

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  7. I’m curious, why haven’t his Attorneys challenged that gag order more aggressively??? The jurors have been writing OPeds all over the place, the Prosecutors have been very vocal to the media, why is Stone not allowed to speak publicly?

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    • Wethal says:

      She has the discretion to issue gag orders. No place to challenge it except in an appeals court, which would not have to take an appeal in an ongoing case if it didn’t want to.

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      • mike11946 says:

        Everyone keeps looking for someone to step forward and straighten out the deep state especially the judicial branch, it is not going to happen, these people are on a crusade to destroy PDJT and we his followers. And until a stop is put to these people and they pay a terrible price for what they are doing and continue to do this. How all this is going too come out depends on these facts.1. Barr and Durham have to send these traitors to prison. 2. PDJT has to declassify all documents related to every aspect of this coup. We can no longer trust the people that run the DOJ,FBI,STATE DEPT.,MANY SENATORS, AND REPRESENTATIVES IN THE HOUSE. 3. The news media especially the leakers need to be fined in the millions for their slander of everything TRUMP and his family.4. Short of all that, that I believe has to be done would be a civil war or a separation of the blue states from the red states. I fear that there is no going back to the way we perceived how our differences were 30 years ago. There has been an explosion of ANTI-GOD, Progressive poison over the last 13 years. These progressives will not listen to your well thought out arguments, they are sure that they are right. Over the next 8 months we will get to see how all this plays out, if we lose in Nov. Paul Revere will have to go on another ride to call the ghost of George Washington to wake up the Patriots across this land.

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    • Roger Duroid says:

      So the great BJ went AGAINST the 7 to 9 recommended by the esteemed career persecutors and their replacement. More in line with what barrless recommended.

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    • treehouseron says:

      Charles, are you serious? How do you still not see what’s going on here? Who in the hell do you want them to ‘challenge’ the gag order to? Her?

      Think about what you’re saying. You want them to challenge it up the line somewhere? LOL

      WE ARE IN A BANANA REPUBLIC, there is no “American Justice”, it doesn’t exist.

      Maybe you didn’t pay attention . The judge is a hack leftist activist who hates the President and has made it very clear. Roger Stone is one of the people responsible for getting the President into office. She cannot stand Roger Stone. She is presiding over his case. The DOJ prosecutors cannot stand Roger Stone, the Jury Forewoman cannot stand Roger Stone.

      This was all allowed to happen because the DOJ is ran by a man who’s just as corrupt as the Judge is, there will be no ‘challenging a gag order’ absolutely ridiculous assumption that fairness would ever come into this argument.

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    • Look at it this way, it’s actually better for now that Stone does NOT speak publicly.

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      • zekfidle says:

        ya’know that’s pretty darned funny..

        but all comedy aside…As much as I can’t really stand stone’s act and style..I will defend his RIGHT to say just about anything he wants to say….dissent and even borderline slander are still protected speech, last time I checked.

        And especially in this case. The man’s crime was antagonizing congress…and the way I look at it, good for him. After all, if we are going down this road to make it truly criminal to make up stories in front of congress or to tell outright lies …what shall we do with brennan, clapper, comey, mueller and a fleet of other gollynoshers?

        and on a scale of impact to the test of justice obstructed, I think we can all agree his conduct pales in comparison to the damage. he is a private citizen, having no legal super powers ….he is just a “ordinary citizen”, as the corruptors have often referred to US.

        Trump is right about this. WE are right about this.

        Stone just happens to be the fella that makes the case..

        I look at it this way…if they can attack and send him up for 40 months, what about you and me? because that is where this inevitable leads. That dissenters for the least of infractions will be destroyed….that isn’t fair and it certainly is not equal.

        not by a country mile.

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    • John-Y128 says:

      They doing him a favor, he got a big mouth, that’s why you hire attorney(s).

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    • Jan says:

      Because he keeps saying things that get him in more hot water.

      Manafort did the same thing before he went to trial. She revoked his bail. He called a witness from jail. She put him in solitary.

      See where this is going?

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      • treehouseron says:

        America: where your freedom of speech means you get more jail time.

        We’ve been lied to. The Constitution is a joke, the Bill of rights is a joke, the U.S. Government has been exposed as the most corrupt company (not country… company) that ever existed on the face of the planet. We’re making the Romans look like PIKERS.

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        • annieoakley says:

          like

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        • CM-TX says:

          ^THIS^
          👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍…

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        • I have to concur, as I have been saying this for 30 years now. I was a young man when ghw bush announced his love for subverting our constitution and handing US over the sick and evil united nations, to whom he told we would “pledge our allegiance to.”

          Yep. The corporation known as The United States Of America strikes again, and again…

          Yet, the documents you referred to as jokes are anything but, it’s just that the corporation posing as a representative government think that’s what they are. Jokes.

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          • nimrodman says:

            re ghw bush:

            “Thousand points of light” …

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            • Alligator Gar says:

              “I can see it now, coming into view, A New World Order.”
              “Read my lips. No new taxes.”
              Oh, and Kennedy didn’t shoot himself…he had help from his CIA and GHWB, who just happened to be in Dallas that day….
              Annnnd, Epstein didn’t kill himself, either!

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  8. Publius2016 says:

    Seth Rich untangles everything! Russia Russia Russia binds “Judge” Berman Jackson as she denied Stone Defense!

    Looking objectively, we can see that Wikileaks Attorney floated pardon trying to ensnare 45 in another obstruction trap…Think ODNI can look to review the Seth Rich File and then release them!!

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    • Debra says:

      Which is why Ric should swing by and pick up Julian on his way to DC — Stone’s retrial will need him as a material witness.

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      • Publius2016 says:

        heard ODNI is staying as US Ambassador to Germany…

        Don’t know how Assange helps now…with attorney being exposed as Obstruction Trap…think Seth Rich US surveillance has all the information…Strzok was CIA and FBI link…remember he didn’t just text to his lover!

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      • treehouseron says:

        I’m not down to putting all my hopes in the ambassador to Germany. I just don’t see it. He’ll probably get some really nice strongly worded letters accomplished though, those will be fun to read and dream about what a free society would look like.

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      • guest4ever says:

        OH THAT WOULD BE SWEET!!!

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  9. sundance says:

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    • treehouseron says:

      Moronic neal cavuto said on Fox Business “I don’t know if Roger will say anything, lets see’.

      If he says anything Neal, he goes straight to prison. So no, he won’t be saying anything.

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      • margarite1 says:

        I can’t stand Cavuto. After the State of the Union speech he disputed many of the statistics that POTUS had cited. It happened so fast – and I was busy – that I couldn’t double check. But anyway, who am I going to believe – POTUS or Cavuto (rhetorical question of course).

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    • Co says:

      Shades Of JFK. Did that not look like the scene when Lee Harvey Oswald was paraded out. Of course there was no assignation. Sorry first thing that came to my mind. So Sad.

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  10. What a monumental task true American patriots face… ridding ourselves of ALL ideology-driven and literally nutjob frkn “judges” etc. in our nation.

    It’s been decades in the making, examples must be made of those who “punish” people based on political interests.

    It’s really even worse than just “politics” since their “politics” are based on totalitarian fascism.

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  11. emet says:

    Back in court:
    “Hi Amy!”
    “Hi Tomeka!”

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  12. leslievb3 says:

    How can this judge express her views that Stone was helping Trump all the while putting a gag order on him. How is this constitutional? Anyone with a law degree care to elaborate?

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    • treehouseron says:

      Of course I don’t have a law degree, but you haven’t noticed yet that the laws are not based on the constitution? Many laws directly contradict other laws. the judge can do whatever she wants because nothing is fair in our judicial system, the sooner you realize that the better you’ll know how to protect yourself in the horrible occasion that they come for you.

      This will not be corrected in either of our lifetimes.

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    • She’s a fascist, do as I say, not as I do type of anti-American.

      Just picture here in a black bandana mask… with a stick with nails in it and a can of silly string.

      See?

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    • Wethal says:

      A judge has the authority to issue gag orders on the attorneys, parties, and witnesses in a case.

      And by the way, the first thing a criminal defense lawyer says to a client is “STFU and let me do the talking.” Defendants rarely help themselves by commenting on an ongoing trial, and anything they say can be used against them.

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      • treehouseron says:

        Good think she gagged him after the trial ended too, who knows what she might prosecute him with after the trial is over.

        As a matter of fact, hell, we REALLY think he says stupid shit so lets juts shut him up forever. Permanent gag order.

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      • boomerbeth says:

        He’s been sentenced. She’s violating his constitutional right to speak.
        She will get her turn. Perhaps an irreversible health issue.
        No one escapes.

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        • Even though the court still has jurisdiction to impose gag orders and it may be in Stone’s best interest not to speak, that has to be worked out between Stone’s lawyers and
          Stone. If Stone decides he still wants to speak then his rights to freedom of the press(twitter and other social media) and speech have to be balanced against other constitutional rights. He should be able to do that whether it is smart for him to do it or not.
          I don’t know how Stone could say anything that would bias a DC jury favorably toward him.

          The accused is the only person that is expressly entitled to a fair trial under the Constitution. The government is not entitled to a fair trial as in a marxist state.
          The Judge does not have the obligation to paternally protect Stone if he waives that protection. Stone is not a ward of the court or an indigent defendant.

          Gag orders can be constitutional if all rights are balanced. It seems to me that the Judge is trying to prevent criticism of the government and does not have a compelling reason to prevent the exercise of Stone’s 1st amendment rights.

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  13. Reserved55 says:

    mini mike publishing Fake News

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    • BigTalkers says:

      Bloomberg reporters KNOW what to write if they want to KEEP THEIR JOBS!

      Liked by 2 people

      • annieoakley says:

        “They” seem to be leaving Jerome Corsi alone. I wonder why?

        Liked by 3 people

        • TwoLaine says:

          Because there is no more Mueller SC, and no more carte blanche to do whatever the h311 the 17 angry DIMs want.

          Liked by 3 people

        • Alligator Gar says:

          Because he sued the heck out of them and made them rock back on their heels. He is a fighter and a bloody good one. My clients? Oh, heck yeah. Let’s do this thing. Sue ALL of them like the Covington kids did. Sue and sue and sue all day and all night. Sue all of them under 1983 and every other provision so you can touch them PERSONALLY and they are not protected by their fat government titles.

          Our problem on the right is that we don’t believe in suing the bejebbies out of our opponents like the left do. We need to learn.

          Lawfare works both ways.

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  14. bleep21k says:

    Monitoring the Presidents twitter feed to get his reaction;

    So far at 1:29pm a post about the decision to NOT prosecute McCabe – smart. Keep it alive during this Stone process lol

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  15. LynnNEOK says:

    Judge Amy BJ, ok let’s have a little fun with this. But that’s as far as I go with that one.
    A week or so ago, someone here suggested FBI – fan belt inspector.
    I love silliness, especially if it’s clever.
    Or we can break into the Lumber Jack song.
    Lynn

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  16. Snellvillebob says:

    The bias of the jury foreman, a practicing lawyer who knows how things work, is enough to appeal for a new trial. The Foreman should lose her law license for knowing joining a jury with bias. She should have recused herself. Now she did tell the Judge about this and the Judge blew it off. She also should lose her law license. Maybe they can both learn to code?

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    • Jim in TN says:

      If they get their coding lessons in India, and get Indian citizenship, they actually will have a chance to get an American coding job. H1b Visa and all that.

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    • treehouseron says:

      That won’t be happening Bob. Both of these people will go on to live long distinguished careers ruining the lives of countless other American citizens, long after President Trump is out of office. Hell, if they’re lucky, they may be the ones that get to prosecute HIM! Wouldn’t that be a treat? Or Tiffany! OR YOU!

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    • mr.piddles says:

      How do you know Judge Amy didn’t pick Tomeka for this job specifically?

      Exercise: who were the Jury Forepersons for the other four Mueller-related cases over which Judge Amy presided?

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  17. allenrizzi says:

    The courts are the last bastion of liberal thought: “I insist you think my way or I will take you to court.” What a world!

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  18. Genie says:

    Can Stone still use emogees? 👉👌

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  19. saywhat64 says:

    And to add salt to the wound Jackson orders 14 years of Supervised Release after his prison sentence is up. Stone will be under the thumb of a parole officer and Jackson’s Court for the rest of his life…

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    • waterthelibertytree01 says:

      Not if she’s in found of violation of her Constitutional duties….so far she’ def falling in that square. She’ll be long the blank out of there if there is a reckoning.

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      • guest4ever says:

        waterthelibertytree01—The operative statement there is, “…if there is a reckoning.” I would say there will be one-way-or another. If not now; then SURELY in the hereafter in front of Our Lord! THAT’s the problem! These idiots don’t believe in God, so they believe they can do whatever they want!!!!

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    • boomerbeth says:

      He’ll be pardoned as soon as his date to begin his sentence is decided.
      Trump will not let this go.
      Barr has been outed.,he’ll be gone Friday or next Friday. Always a Friday.

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  20. Reserved55 says:

    Ally???

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Sometimes you have to wonder why tools like Graham even feel the need to comment at all 😱

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    • StanH says:

      Just like McCabe got a fair trial, oops that’s right he didn’t have to bother with that…silly me.

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    • Abster says:

      Lindsey Graham is the absolute worst. If he thinks Roger Stones trial is fair, how does he justify McCabe, Comey and other corrupt, blatant liars skating. He more revolting with each day.

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      • 4sure says:

        That sorry POS Graham went to NJ to testify as a character witness for his NJ Ahole Sen, bud who was charged with taking payoffs.

        I’m sure their was some lying by the corrupt Sen. To the FBI, and to the Sen. About it. The judge declared a mistrial. Menendez criticized the FBLie and the DOJ for pursuing the case.

        Lindsay didn’t criticize Menendez.

        Lindsay will never get another vote from this SC resident. I didn’t vote for the SOB in the last primary or in the gen. Wrote Mickey Mouse in as a write in. Lindsay has been a POS for years. Ignorant SC voters keep voting him in office.

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      Lindsay Graham thought the Mueller investigation was all fine, too. Graham is part of the problem up there in DC. He shouldn’t be anywhere the Judicial Committee if he can’t see the injustice of a two tier justice system and identify political persecution via Lawfare.

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      No, Linsey— Rodger Stone just received the highest amount suggested by AG Barr— 40 months.
      Are you happy with the foreperson allowed by Judge Amy ?
      Are you proud of the FBI’s predawn raid with CNN. filming?

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      • sunnyflower5 says:

        The judge making a political statement was the cherry on top— right, Lindsey?
        Did you not pay attention during the Mueller investigation? President Trump did NOT collude with the Russians and did NOT obstruct any investigation.
        How embarrassing and disturbing, Lindsey.

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    • treehouseron says:

      How many times does Lindsey Graham have to screw the average U.S. citizen before people learn not to trust this guy? Of course he defends the judge, why would he not? She did nothing wrong. She acted exactly how she’s supposed to act within the confines of our corrupt government, she’s a poster child for doing it the “Right way”. She locked up a republican. We’ll be seeing a lot more of that. Lindsey is one of the bought off republicans, he’s not REALLY a republican so he doesn’t have anything to worry about.

      I hate to look forward to the impending unfair prosecution of Louie Gohmert. I’m sure he’s done something they can give him a mock trial over. Maybe we’ll get some great facial expressions out of him before they slap a gag order on him and sentence him to life.

      American Justice! Coming soon to a favorite patriot near you.

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    • Co says:

      Lindsey McCain is not in favor of President Trump.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Lindsey is an idiot. Most Americans can appeal. Right, if they are Congress and/or loaded…

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    • Magabear says:

      Geez, Graham really is pathetic. Maybe someday Lindsey will get a “fair trial” too.

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      • Professor G says:

        I live in SC, and in the Palmetto State we all agree that Lindsey is just another swamp creature. The swamp controls the ballot, so we never have alternative candidates who are Patriots. We have to choose between a swamp creature and a Dim who is much worse. It is too bad that we can’t go back to the days when senators were selected by the state legislatures. That would solve a lot of problems.

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  21. StanH says:

    Free America is watching and taking note. Swamp protect mode. The corruption is to the bone folks.

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  22. AnotherView says:

    Absolutely disgraceful, disgusting.

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  23. Jim in TN says:

    Just think, if the creeps had followed guidance and asked for the 4 years Barr wanted them to do, we wouldn’t have heard about the biased jurors, the judge would have been free to impose a harsh penalty, and it would have all been a ‘righteous’ prosecution according to Barr. And Stone would be on his way to jail.

    But they preplanned their letter accusing Barr of tampering, and forced his hand and then resigned. In the midst of the stunt, Trump tweeted and it was deflected on to Trump instead of Barr. And it provoked the juror into demonstrating her fraud, and it provoked a slew of judges to demonstrate their bias. And forced the judge to pull back on her abuse, forcing her to resort to a verbal harangue instead of the preplanned harsh punishment. And Stone is now free until they can once again cover up these abuses.

    My, what a difference a PDJT tweet makes.

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    • Wethal says:

      A good point. The outrageous sentencing recommendation, Trump’s tweet, and Barr’s direction to lower the recommendation brought the foreperson out in the open, and have now put Berman-Jackson in a position of upholding a verdict with an egregiously biased foreperson (which would likely be reversed on appeal), or granting a new trial, which she is likely loathe to do. And if she denies a new trial, she’s given Trump extra justification for a pardon.

      The Mueller Drama Queen lawyers who resigned in a huff because they were overruled on the recommendation may have provided Trump with good justification for a pardon. Tomeka Hart may have helped Stone in the end with her now-outed tweets. The Law of Unintended Consequences strikes again.

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  24. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Odd that the judge’s sentence appears to mirror the exact amount of time since the last Election back in 2016. Coincidence? Is Roger Stone’s punishment a warning to those who would befriend President Trump? She could have just talked to the Jury Foreman under oath and then thrown out this case but she did not. She is just trying to prop up the bogus Mueller Investigation with this process crime conviction.

    ~~~~~~~ TRUMP 2020 ~~~~~~~

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  25. Lady in Red says:

    Well, I suppose if the Dems (ever) win back the White House and control the House and Senate, this corrupt Judge will be on the short list for a SCOTUS nomination.

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  26. Lulu says:

    This woman belongs in prison for the rest of her life. Remember this if you get jury duty. There’s no justice in this country and many judges are corrupt. Failing overwhelming evidence of a violent crime, practice jury nullification because sentencing anyone else to prison when we all know the politically connected can commit any crime they want is giving an unjust system legitimacy.

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  27. Ackman419 says:

    If everyone was held to the same standard, I’d be fine with this.
    But everyone isn’t held to the same standard.
    Or investigated, indicted, tried, and sentenced to the same standard.
    There is such a thing as a single issue “justice” voter.
    They might be a tiny electorate, but the righteousness is strong with them.
    PDJT needs to get some results in the pursuit of justice, or he risks losing that tiny voter slice.
    I don’t know if that even factors in the big election picture, but it’s there.

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  28. RedEchos says:

    “Roger Stone will not be sentenced for who his friends are or who his enemies are.”

    Nobody in the world believes this

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  29. FPCHmom says:

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    • Yet there are still, even on this forum, that protect Barr.

      Barr is in charge and the results so far are almost 100% negative.

      Coup plotters: ZERO indictments.

      And don’t give me this BS about collecting evidence. In just what’s on this site it is enough to indict Comey, McCabe, Brennan and many others for lying to Congress/FBI and leaking.

      That is illegal for you and me.

      If Barr was serious, he’d indict them.

      Instead he allows Stone to be tried by a hack activist judge with hack activist lead juror.

      What a joke.

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      • mazziflol says:

        Obviously…you are not trusting the plan / sarc

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      • No prosecutor indicts unless he feels he can get a conviction. The DOJ isn’t the House of Representatives. Do you really feel Comey would get convicted in a DC or Northern Virginia Court. Let it go. You are foaming at the mouth more than the Democrats. God Bless Pres. Trump. Re-Elect Pres. Trump. Build the Wall. I love Melania.

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    • palafox says:

      Add to that list: Notify CNN ahead of time so it can be shown on the news — for a sobering effect on others.

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  30. JohnCasper says:

    We have entered the Dark Ages.

    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.”

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  31. aProvider says:

    Of course the flaming marxist judge will gag the defendant. If she could get away with it she would have a bullet in his head.

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  32. James F says:

    Do they really want to make Stone a martyr?

    Because this is how to make Stone a martyr.

    Liked by 2 people

  33. fanbeav says:

    And Barr has no problems about a lying congress man who has repeatedly tried to take out a duly elected President of tweeting this?

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  34. treehouseron says:

    Fox Business mentioned that the DOJ Prosecutors on the case (the new ones) made sure to clarify, that the 8-9 year recommendation was never rescinded, they just gave an additional suggestion of 36 months. They said that they felt the original recommendation was appropriate.

    In case you’re still wondering. Any questions? Is it obvious enough yet?

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  35. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    As this corrupt swampjudge parroted the totally discredited Russia Collusion narrative in her courtroom statement today she used that as justification for a quick sentencing rather than first looking into the obvious Jury Foreman misconduct in this case.
    Still according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released today, conducted from Sunday 2/15 through Tuesday 2/18, the president’s job approval rating finally hit 50%. (We Deplorables know that the real number is always about 8 points higher on all these polls.)

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  36. 4sure says:

    The only way to get rid of the corrupt DOJ and NAZI injustice system in federal courts is to make sure when you are called to jury duty in fed. court, you get seated and then vote not guilty.

    Nullify the fed court system. And don’t cave to the NAZIs. Hold out, no matter what.

    Eff ’em. Two can play at this game. They have probably lied and manufactured evidence any how.

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  37. MLK says:

    The stunt by the four prosecutors achieved its objectives. It embarrassed Barr and gave the judge running room for this harsh sentence.

    Remember, Stone’s prosecution didn’t predate Barr. He’s declared it “righteous.” This constrains Trump in terms of a pardon/commutation, but not entirely so since the Barr approved sentencing recommendation was no specific recommendation.

    The key event is whether upon denying Stone’s motion for a new trial, which it’s difficult to see otherwise, Bernam-Jackson allows Stone to remain out on bail while he appeals. If so, then I see no reason or need for Trump to upend the process.

    It will get interesting if she denies his motion for a new trial and revokes his bail despite his intent to appeal. Given the approaching election I would recommend him waiting until November 4, before commuting his sentence. The reason being not because of any negative effect on his reelection — if anything I think it would have the opposite effect with voters; but because of the comparative/narrative grist it would constitute in the context of any Durham indictments/declinations.

    The whole A Pox On Both Houses horse shit.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      agree on the possibility of prison…

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    • TestName7 says:

      Not to imply anything …

      It also gave convenient cover (coincidental or not) for the McCabe letter promptly printed publicly (cemented) a day later.

      Whether or not there might have been pushback (or even an official statement/explanation – admittedly idk if that would be ‘legal’), the way last week unfolded would have made that job difficult if not impossible.

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    • guest4ever says:

      MLK—I especially like/appreciate your last line!!! Thank you!!!

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  38. trnathens says:

    Hate to say it, but he’s a convicted felon now. He has no life. She controls every aspect of his life, until he gets to prison, and then the warden has complete control over every aspect of his life.

    He shouldn’t be, but he is, so she can, with impunity.

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  39. Erik Heter says:

    Can Stone appeal now that a sentence has been handed down? And is there an indication that he’s going to? This case is just brimming with issues for appeal, from an obviously biased juror and an equally biased judge, the evidence is overwhelming.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      no…first hearing on new trial…question will be whether “Judge” looks to imprison Stone during appeal process…usually as non violent convict, he could delay jail but only if “Judge” agrees…

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  40. James W Crawford says:

    Judge Berman-Jackson should get a job working with Monica Lewinski and former US Attorney for the State of Oregon Amanda Marshall at a truck factory where they can apply their skills dechroming trailer hitches.

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  41. Magabear says:

    Well, I called this one the other day. Judge Jackson tries to appear reasonable with going lower than the 7 to 9 year sentence the prosecutors wanted but still sticks it to Stone with 3+ years in prison and a continuation of the gag order.

    As soon as PDJT can, pardon Stone. And I think PDJT will.

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  42. MGBSE says:

    Soooo…affirmative action clown Judge Berman-Jackson is going to help jury foreperson and pathological LIAR Tomeka Hart…spin her LIES, I mean story…so the “activist judge” doesn’t have the “political optic” of how poorly she handled the jury selection and damage her reputation/record/future.

    Too late Action-Jackson…Trump will pardon…and LOL…you will forever be remembered in history…as the corrupt political LOSER you are…enjoy.

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  43. FPCHmom says:

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  44. Publius2016 says:

    $20k fine is very interesting!

    I believe Deep State may try to indict Stone again if PARDONED OR COMMUTED by 45!

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  45. FPCHmom says:

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    • mr.piddles says:

      IIRC, he also lied to HPSCI about what he knew or didn’t know about the Steele Dossier.

      That’s a’ight… as long as D.C. knows that everybody out here is keeping score… then we don’t have any secrets between us.

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  46. EnoughIsEnough says:

    I imagine our President will have plenty to say about today’s sentencing, especially after the judge’s unhinged, incoherent rant aimed at him. I am forever grateful that President Trump does not go along to get along, and calls out every single injustice he sees. Clearly, his life would be much smoother if he sat silently, but he is a man of principle, and will never allow unlawful, unjust or immoral events to occur without weighing in.

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  47. SteveO says:

    so now we know the sentencing guidelines for Comey, McCabe, Brennan, et. al. 3 years. i’ll take it. Thanks Judge Amy.

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  48. mr.piddles says:

    “Judge Amy Berman Jackson’s Had a Front Row Seat for Mueller Cases”

    https://www.law.com/nationallawjournal/2019/12/17/judge-amy-berman-jacksons-had-a-front-row-seat-for-mueller-cases/?slreturn=20200120142219

    Front row seat, indeed. Scalps:
    1.) Paul Manafort
    2.) Rick Gates
    3.) Sam Patten
    4.) Alexander Van der Zwaan
    5.) Roger Stone

    TL;DR Amy BJ loves herself some Russia Collusion Hoax

    “Gates’ debriefings with U.S. authorities, Jackson said, “are a reminder that there was an ample basis for decision-makers at the highest level at the United States Department of Justice—the United States Department of Justice of this administration—to authorize and pursue a law enforcement investigation into whether there was any coordination between the campaign and the known foreign interference in the election, as well as into whether there had been any attempt to obstruct that investigation and to leave no stone unturned.””

    She’s all in, folks. No bias, of course… just “doing the right thing”.

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  49. Brant says:

    Consider. This is the 180 degree opposite result we would get in a Comey or McCabe trial (if it got that far) and for the same reason. The same judge (or twin) and the same foreperson (or twin) and same jury.

    Really only real way of exposure is just public shaming and outing of malfeasance. Nothing will be done in the courts and just hope enough of the other people wake up to the truth. Lead the horse (donkey…..ass, ooooo, did I just type that) to the water and hope it has sense enough to drink.

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