So far, President Trump has pardoned ten felons, as he winds up to do the same for all the rest of his pals either in jail or on their way to the big house. Pardons for Sirhan Sirhan and the Unabomber would make headlines, but afterward, a pardon for Roger Stone and Paul Manafort would result in a footnote or a, “Oh yeah, those two guys.”
Sirhan Sirhan killed Robert F. Kennedy in 1967 after Kennedy won the California primary. He was sentenced to life in prison, as was the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, a former math teacher.
And if Michael Flynn, the creator of the Lock her up, chant ever receives a prison sentence, he, too, would be pardoned. No way the, Lock her up, guy is going to be locked up.
Trump would have pardoned Wikileaks founder Julian Assange if Assange, Russia if you're listening?, were to announce that Russia had nothing to do with Wikileaks or the 2016 election. Or so Assange’s lawyer stated. However, Assange would not agree to that denial. And everyone thought that Assange was the sneaky, two-faced liar, promoting any lie to get a headline.
Trump could have whipped out a pardon for Charlie Manson, but he already died in jail in 2019.
All these pardons are distractions from the future pardons of Roger Stone, Michael Flynn, and Paul Manafort.
Could this be called a miscarriage of justice? What would the Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court call it? How do the judges and prosecutors at the Hague see it? Only a banana republic nation would say, “Ole! Que Bueno! Si.”
So with his finger on the scale of the 2016 election to elect Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin has made the US a banana republic nation. It didn’t take a bomb or a gun or a battleship, just hackers on computers, switching votes and throwing an election to the slowest kid in the class, who claimed bone spurs, and also cheats at golf.
Bets should be on in Vegas to see how many days before Trump’s pals are pardoned.
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