Donald is getting the Hillary treatment now. Two big differences: He may have committed the crimes being probed, and he effectively demanded that the probe be made public.
The attorney general is putting legal arguments behind the president’s deranged fantasies of reopening, despite the virus, as the feds save “Democrat” cities from American carnage.
John Roberts and his conservative court majority are finding ways to undermine voting rights at every opportunity.
The test the court adopted is tailor-made to arrogate power to the judiciary and to make Congress’ critical oversight power subject to the whims of the judges.
From helping to get Trump impeached to fumbling schemes to get Trump cronies off of the legal hook, the attorney general has been on an incredible losing streak.
The DOJ’s concern here isn’t with Flynn, but with the threat to the “integrity” of the “Executive” if they have to explain to a judge why they’re letting Trump’s pal walk away.
His Justice Department is claiming that a vast conspiracy targeting Trump took down the general—and that a judge has no business exposing that alleged conspiracy.
Beneath his outrageous and vile rhetoric and chaotic and lazy style of governance lies an even more disturbing set of policies.
The DOJ gets mixed up in a local matter it insists doesn’t involve any issues under its jurisdiction to help a buffoonish local lawmaker keep goading a “Democrat” governor.
The Flynn motion was supposed to roll out Trump’s summer of “Obamagate.” Instead, it’s poised to expose more of his administration’s dirty laundry.