Dinesh D’Souza : Pardoned

Dinesh D’Souza : Pardoned

I find it almost comical to see Bharara put on a straight face and present the outcome of strong-arm bullying as “voluntary” confession. One has to be utterly naive to fall for such deceit. – Fox News

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Note well not a single Prosecutor objected, objects or whimpered a complaint about such unlawful tactics.

Prosecutors and Judges across the United States should, if they are wise, become afraid, very afraid, for such must appear before the Judge of all mankind to give an account.

Now let the fear of the Lord be upon you. Judge carefully, for with the Lord our God there is no injustice or partiality or bribery. (2 Chronicles 19:7)

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Alas, among prosecutors, notably King County Prosecutor, of Seattle, Dan Satterberg knows zero about the fear of God, but then, neither does the Cultural Christianity Church. The first church lived “in the fear of the Lord” but Cultural Christianity, along with Prosecutors, persecutes such holy inspired fear and preaching. Such was the case at Sound Doctrine Church.

Then the church throughout Judea, Galilee and Samaria enjoyed a time of peace. It was strengthened; and encouraged by the Holy Spirit, it grew in numbers, living in the fear of the Lord. (Acts 9:31)

If these individuals had any fear of God they would not even contemplate, let alone support and practice injustice.

“There is no fear of God before their eyes.” (Romans 3:18)

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Opinion Unto Righteousness
www.enumclaw.com / Proverbs 18:2 / Timothy Williams
Concept of Enumclaw.com

Saturday, June 2, 2018 2:06 AM

Article Reference

(foxnews.com)—How, then, did the decision to prosecute me come about?

Some clues are contained in my FBI file. A congressional oversight committee tried for well over a year to get this file. The FBI, then under since-fired Director James Comey, refused on familiar pretexts: claims that my file would reveal confidential sources, contained information that would jeopardize the bureau’s work, blah, blah, blah. Finally, the FBI relented and provided a redacted version of the file.

The file reveals that as soon as the FBI learned about my situation – how it found out is still unclear – the agency allocated $100,000 to investigate case involving $20,000 of political contributions. This by itself is odd.

The oddity, however, disappears with another revelation in the file. The FBI from the outset red-flagged me as a prominent conservative critic of the Obama administration.

Why is this information about my political views even in my file? How is it relevant? The obvious answer is that the FBI was signaling to the Obama Justice Department – in other words, to Attorney General Eric Holder – that here was a political adversary that the Obama team might want to go after.

And that’s why the FBI was so reluctant to give up the file. It didn’t want the Republicans in Congress to discover the bureau’s corrupt modus operandi.

The stage was set for my prosecution, carried out by the Department of Justice and directed by Preet Bharara, U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York.

Bharara tweeted Thursday that while President Trump has the right to pardon anyone he wants to, the fact is that I voluntarily pleaded guilty to a felony violation. Bharara’s logic is clear: why would someone who did not intentionally break the law publicly confess that he broke the law?

Here’s why: Bharara’s prosecutors charged me with exceeding campaign finance limits. But when they learned that I might plead not guilty, they threatened to add a second charge. What, you might wonder, was this second violation? What else did I do wrong?

Turns out, nothing.

The second charge I was threatened with was called filing a false document. Evidently, I did this by not revealing that I was the source of the contributions made in the name of my associates. In other words, this charge was just another way of describing the first charge.