Saturday, May 28, 2016

Donald Trump Promise

This is not only newsworthy, it could prove explosive. It could provide the necessary authority to break the logjam and allow the complete truth about Operation Fast and Furious “gunwalking” to come to light. It’s not unfair to speculate that could put the fear of God into some of those who have tried their best to keep the truth buried, and would up the stakes for involved Democrats to keep Trump from getting elected. It would also be tremendously beneficial to his campaign, and to rallying Americans sick of the cover-up and demanding of justice. But only if that pledge is publicly acknowledged.

Opening up State and DOJ to see what secrets remain intentionally hidden (like why Eric Holder testified in May 2011 that he’d only heard about Fast and Furious a few week earlier when Obama said he knew about things in March, and why emails to Holder’s aide show he was informed of the Terry murder the night it happened — not to mention Sharyl Attkisson’s initial CBS News report was in February!) is an action only a strong and independent executive can order. Interested Americans have long grown weary of the stonewalling and obfuscation, the obstruction and the contempt, none of which ever seems to produce results beyond noise. [Full Ammo-Land]
All facts point to Fast and Furious being a contrivance by the Obama-Holder Justice Department to run a firearms trafficking operation that would, when linked to crimes, bolster government attempts to stop U.S.  gun sales  across the board.  It backfired.  In my wildest dreams I see this, and every thing else—from phony birth certificates to ad hoc violations of immigration  lawand 100 other things unlawfully perped by this administration, on court dockets. And let me be perfectly clear, Donald Trump is the last best chance in your life time to see justice served.


Anonymous said...

Now, THEREFORE, I, Sultan Buraq The Divider, President of the United States, pursuant to the pardon power conferred upon me by Article II, Section 2, of the Constitution, have granted and by these presents do grant a full, free, and absolute pardon unto [insert name] for all offenses against the United States which he or she or they or zhe, [insert name], has committed or may have committed or taken part in during the period from January 1, 2007 through January 20, 2017.

End of our dreams of justice for these pond scum, including Himself, unless he is removed from office before he can do it, or someone finally proves he was ineligible to be President and all his signed acts are void.
I'd like to see a President Trump investigate that string of lies and run it to ground.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick

Anonymous said...

Presidential pardons only give protection to those who commit federal felonies. The States can charge Holder and his cronies for any crimes the govt. can't or won't. Arizona could have a lot of fun with this.

rickn8or said...

And Presidential pardons don't preclude a subsequent President from investigating and publishing oh, say "Fast & Furious" with no indictments.

Anonymous said...

From our lips to God's ear.

Anonymous said...

Anon 10:04, rickn8or - Thanks - y'all made my day!
If nothing else, if I get your drift, they'd also be open to civil suits by damaged parties.
I'd be pleased no end to see a broke Buraq serving coffee to Trump at some whistle stop cafe.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick

Anonymous said...

Bill Clinton said something like that once Dick.

Dab said...

Post-pardon, the next president could direct the DOJ and FBI to investigate the border agent's death as a violation of his civil rights. That double-jeopardy end-run has been used many times by the Feds.

I like the state charges idea, too.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Dab Yes, you're thinking "outside the box."

Mike C said...

And then there's that asset seizure thing that could be used against them. I do have to say though that kind of thinking is a bit disquieting. So many of the tools that have become SOP in a run away government are now looking quite useful to us if the shoe is on the other foot. That I am even thinking that way makes me wonder how far our republic has fallen (at least in my mind). I'd say that there are enough real and fair legal means to go after them collecting dust on the shelf that can and should be used. At least I hope so.

Skoonj said...

The government of Mexico has said it wants to put on trial anyone who was in charge of Fast and Furious. If that's still the case when President Trump takes office, there is no pardon Obama can issue that can keep Holder (and maybe Obama himself) from extradition to Mexico.

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