Thursday, August 31, 2023

Georgia Officials Didn’t Follow Ethical, Legal Rules in Trump Indictment

By Hans von Spakovsky | The Daily Signal

A Georgia judge should have barred Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis from investigating Donald Trump after disqualifying her in part. Pictured: Willis speaks during an Aug. 14 press conference on the Trump indictment at the county government building in Atlanta. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

A judge in Fulton County, Georgia, failed to properly follow the precedent set by the state Supreme Court in allowing the county’s top prosecutor to go forward with a grand jury investigation of former President Donald Trump after disquaifying the prosecutor from part of the probe for misbehavior.

In a legal analysis Aug. 15 in The Daily Signal, I pointed out the problems with the spurious indictment of Trump and 18 codefendants orchestrated by Fani Wills, the politically ambitious district attorney in Fulton County. 

This combination of factors has resulted in an unprecedented attack on the First Amendment and the structure of the American legal system.

So what is the ethical problem above and beyond the constitutional and legal problems with Willis’ indictment of Trump? On July 25, 2022, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney disqualified Willis from continuing to target then-state Sen. Burt Jones as part of her grand jury investigation.   

Jones, the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor of Georgia at the time, went on to be elected in November. He was also one of the contingent electors who showed up at the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta on Dec. 1, 2020—the statutorily prescribed day—to vote for Trump to preserve a remedy for him if a court or the state Legislature overturned the results of the presidential election in Georgia. 

Three of the contingent electors that day have been indicted by Willis, supposedly for creating “false electoral college documents.”

As McBurney outlined in his disqualification order, Willis “hosted and headlined a fundraiser” for Charles Bailey, the Democratic candidate opposing Jones, at a time when “media coverage of the grand jury proceedings was national and non-stop and the District Attorney was the very public face of those proceedings.”

Willis, the Superior Court judge wrote, “pledged her name, likeness, and office” to help Jones’ opponent at the same time she was targeting Jones and “publicly (in her pleadings) labeled Senator Jones a ‘target’ of the grand jury’s investigation.”

This created a “plain—and actual and untenable—conflict,” McBurney wrote, since any decision Willis made about Jones “in connection with the grand jury is necessarily infected by it.” 

McBurney concluded that concern about the actions of:

the District Attorney’s partiality naturally, immediately, and reasonably arises in the minds of the public, the pundits, and—most critically—the subjects of the investigation that necessitates the disqualification. An investigation of this significance, garnering the public attention it necessarily does and touching so many political nerves in our society, cannot be burdened by legitimate doubts about the District Attorney’s motives. The District Attorney does not have to be apolitical, but her investigations do.

As a result, McBurney quite properly disqualified Willis and her entire office from targeting Jones in any way with the Fulton County grand jury, including no longer publicly categorizing him “as a subject or target of the grand jury’s investigation.”

But here’s the problem. Under the holding of a 2014 decision by the Georgia Supreme Court, McLaughlin v. Payne, McBurney should have disqualified Willis and every prosecutor in her office from the entire grand jury investigation of Trump and all of the other codefendants who have been indicted, including the other contingent electors. 

In the McLaughlin case, another Georgia county’s district attorney appeared as a witness for the state in a criminal prosecution because his daughter was a classmate of the victim of the crime. The DA had participated in the early investigation of the crime, his daughter had told him what she had heard about the crime, and the assistant prosecutor conducting the trial reported directly to the DA. 

The state Supreme Court held that the district attorney had “a personal interest in the case that disqualified him from participating in the prosecution of the case at all, not just serving as trial counsel.”

What’s more, that conflict applied to the district attorney’s “entire office” since under the state’s Constitution, the county prosecutor “is a constitutional officer” who “appoints the assistant district attorneys” and whose “authority is derived from him” and “serve only at his pleasure.” 

The fact that the district attorney was only one of multiple witnesses in the criminal prosecution did not remedy this conflict, and he and his entire office had to be disqualified from the prosecution.

In the Trump case, Willis convened a “single purpose grand jury” to investigate one specific subject, according to a letter she sent in January 2022 to the chief judge of Fulton County, requesting that the grand jury look into “any coordinated attempts to unlawfully alter the outcome of the 2020 elections” in Georgia. 

Willis said the purpose of the grand jury would be to review “this matter only” and issue a single report making recommendations about potential indictments.

The state Supreme Court’s McLaughlin decision explains that when a prosecutor is found to have a personal interest in a case that is grounds for disqualification, then that prosecutor and the prosecutor’s entire office are disqualified from the entirety of the proceedings. That personal interest—in fact, a partisan, political interest—is exactly what McBurney found when he disqualified Willis and the entire Fulton County District Attorney’s Office from targeting Burt Jones.

But Willis and her office should have been disqualified from continuing the grand jury investigation as a whole, not just against one target. 

McBurney has no authority to carve out a disqualification for just one potential defendant. In the Trump indictment, Willis clearly claims that all of the defendants involved in questioning the outcome of the 2020 election were inextricably intertwined with each other, the Trump campaign, and the Georgia Republican Party. In her view, this included possible defendants such as Jones (who is, in fact, referenced in the indictment as “Unindicted Co-Conspirator Individual Number 8”).

By smearing the other contingent electors,  Willis would be smearing Jones too, and that should have been obvious at the time. In fact, the very basis for the prosecutor’s use of the Racketeering and Corrupt Organizations Act to indict Trump and the others is her claim that they all were involved in a grand conspiracy for which each one has full liability.

Disqualifying Willis, given her personal conflict of interest in attempting to lend her name and office’s credibility to help Jones’s Democrat opponents while targeting Jones as part of this alleged interlocking conspiracy, should have led to her disqualification—and all of the lawyers in her office—from the entire grand jury investigation.

When McBurney was asked to reconsider his decision by the other contingent electors (now named as defendants) and issue a broader disqualification, the Superior Court judge refused. He issued an arrogantly dismissive three-page order Aug. 25, 2022, that essentially ignored the findings of his previous order and failed to even discuss the inconvenient McLaughlin decision. 

McBurney made the broad assertion that a prosecutor who pursues an investigation into possible electoral wrongdoing “is not automatically biased and partisan—and subject to disqualification—because of the common political affiliations of the subjects (and targets) of the investigation.” 

But no one had claimed that Willis should be disqualified because she is a Democrat and all of her targets are Republicans. McBurney himself found that Willis had an “obvious and irreconcilable” conflict of interest that called her objectivity and the legitimacy of the grand jury investigation into question. Yet McBurney failed to address this.

This issue should be reconsidered by the courts, especially in light of recently surfaced tweets by Willis questioning the outcome of past elections, including the 2018 midterm election and the 2020 presidential election.

These are exactly the types of public postings that Willis cited in her grand jury indictment of Trump and 18 co-defendants. Apparently, they don’t get the same immunity she has granted herself to question the outcome of an election or to raise questions about the behavior of election officials. 

This shocking hypocrisy is just more evidence of Willis’ politically biased behavior.

All of this should raise great concern among Georgians, who may be victimized by such an attack on basic First Amendment activities, and in the state Legislature, which is supposed to ensure that the state’s justice system is fair and honest and not used as a political weapon.

[UPDATED] The Great Backfire: Did Big Left Set the Conditions for Trump Persecution to Flip Their Captive Constituencies?


Oops! Democrats may have just handed the benefits of their generations of indoctrination and programming to their arch-nemesis, Donald Trump. It looks like Big Left’s multi-generational grooming efforts to make certain groups of Americans see themselves as victims may be about to bite them so hard on the backside, they won’t be able to walk for decades.

Imagine you tell a group of people that they have been unfairly targeted, persecuted, kicked down, and arrested and jailed for years on end. Now imagine you accidentally create a super-compelling hero for them — only he’s not the Progressive savior you wanted them to worship, he’s the mega-victim with whom they identify.

The Left has made Trump into the ultimate outlaw. Trump already had a certain appeal — to men especially — with his globe-trotting magnate lifestyle, his golden real estate towers and huge private jet, and his drop-dead wife with smoldering eyes and a sexy accent. Then he became president, defeating the establishment in the process.

So the establishment came gunning for him, throwing every kind of politicized legal attack at him they could cobble together.

But they forgot that they had literally spent generations training their captive demographic supporters not to trust the system, especially not law enforcement. Whoops.

Trump is now the first presidential candidate who’s ever been badass enough to have his own mugshot. You can’t buy that kind of street cred. And not just any mugshot — it’s the fiercest portrait of righteous rage in the face of persecution in just about ever. It’s a total slay, as the kids say these days.

And the memes! It’s like 2016 all over again.

Think of the massive infrastructure the Left has built to brainwash underprivileged groups that cops are evil, violent thugs who get away with murdering politically undesirable people. Now check out the latest news from D.C.: Ashley Babbit’s killer, Capitol Police Lieutenant Michael Byrd, is getting promoted to Captain.

Maybe black lives don’t matter, but at least cops who kill black people go to jail. Meanwhile, officers are rewarded for taking MAGA lives. And more and more of those voters Democrats take for granted are starting to notice.

As this gentleman says, “These so-called blacks nowadays, we rocking with Trump, man. Even the youth — they know what time it is, man” (language warning):


Check out the Trump motorcade’s reception in Atlanta after his latest arrest:



Benny Johnson @bennyjohnson

Donald Trump driving through the urban, poor neighborhoods of Atlanta after his arrest & mugshot.

What happens next will shock you.

Trump gives people hope.

Libs want this video deleted.

The media want it censored.

You know what to do… πŸ‘ŠπŸΌ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ



Remember, Trump is the president who pushed through prison reforms — not Saint Barack, and certainly not daft, senile Uncle Joe.

Big Left has spent untold social capital convincing black Americans and other minorities that they are victims of a vast, evil, oppressive system. But the Left’s fatal flaw may be their failure to perceive that, with their over-the-top persecution of a political enemy, they’ve exposed themselves as that very system. And they’ve set Trump up as the ultimate anti-hero for the oppressed.

Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Hoo Boy: Unearthed Posts Show DA Fani Willis Pushed Election Conspiracies, Including One You'll Remember

By Bonchie |

AP Photo/John Bazemore, File

As Donald Trump was being booked and processed for a fourth time on a fourth indictment, this time in Georgia, old social media posts of DA Fani Willis emerged. What they contained provided a view into the rabid partisan nature and hypocrisy of the prosecutor now trying to put the former president behind bars. 

Specifically, multiple posts show Willis spreading conspiracy theories about Georgia's elections. She even went so far as to claim there were "water leaks" during the 2020 election counting in Fulton County, suggesting that ballots were being thrown out. You'll probably remember that one because Republicans ended up adopting that theory as well in the aftermath of the election.

Look, I realize that the actual charges against Trump do not center on simply claiming the election was stolen (the RICO conspiracy supposedly leads to the alternate electors scheme), but anyone who can read the above post and not laugh has no sense of humor. Think about it. While Willis lectures Trump at press conferences about daring to tarnish the supposed sanctity of Georgia's elections, she was out there talking about busted water pipes and claiming the election might be stolen from Democrats. I mean, come on. You can't script irony any better than that. 

There's more as well. Willis suggested several times in 2018 that election shenanigans were afoot.

Going back to her 2020 posts, Willis agreed with false racist claims that only "white people" were voting, suggesting that they make up "116 percent" of the voting pool. 

Are you starting to get a picture of who Willis is, yet? We aren't talking about some run-of-the-mill Democrat public servant. We are talking about a rabid partisan activist who has actively participated in the very things she denounces others for. That's who is leading the charge to jail a former president. 

At least special counsel Jack Smith maintains some air of mystery about his political beliefs being a career DOJ official (though I think we can all guess what they are). By contrast, Willis' profile mimics parody. It's as if Salon created a prosecutor in a lab. 

With all that said, unfortunately, there is no prohibition on prosecutors being far-left hypocritical hacks. Perhaps there should be.


Fani Willis Questioned 2020 Election In Facebook Posts: ‘What Ballots Are They Throwing Out?’

By Ilan Hulkower | Trending Politics

Perhaps Fani Willis, the District Attorney for Fulton County, who indicted the Republican frontrunner for questioning the 2020 election should prosecute herself given that she appears to have done the same thing.

The prosecutor has made many posts on social media questioning election outcomes and procedures. She did so not only for the 2020 election but also concerning the 2018 midterm elections. As Benny Johnson observed, “Fulton County DA Fani Willis regularly questioned election results & used her office to push unfounded election conspiracies. On the eve of Trump’s arrest in Georgia for “challenging” an election — a deep dive into the prosecutor’s history of doing the *same* thing.”

Attached to Johnson’s post was a statement by Willis that “A TEAM of lawyers needs to watch” what occurs in Georgia and ensure every vote is counted. She noted that the team should start in her own county and ensure that Georgia gives “an honest accounting” without “stunts.” In her rant, she also noted the strange and convenient water leaks that occur in that county.

Benny Johnson further wrote, “As a public official, Fani Willis regularly and consistently questioned Georgia’s election procedures and pushed unfounded election conspiracy theories on her public social media profile. Fani is indicting Trump for the *exact* same thing.”

Attached to that post is Willis asking “Why Fulton” after news of a water burst interrupting ballot counting broke. Nor is Fani Willis new to expressing election skepticism. Benny Johnson noted that “In the days following the 2018 midterms, Fani Willis expressed concerns about the election not being properly run by implying all votes weren’t counted.”

Attached to that comment was Willis’s November 24, 2018 Facebook post that read in part “You all better start paying attention to what is really going on…and pay attention to reality” in connection to vote counting. Johnson also found that “[h]ours after the last ballots in the 2018 midterms were cast, Fani Willis openly boasts about the power Georgia’s Secretary of State has to” manipulate elections.

Attached to that was her post where she wrote of the Secretary of State’s office, “That person controls elections. I wonder if we yet realize that is an important role.” It gets worse for Willis, though, as one of her posts in 2020 noted that the 2020 election was a “mess.” Johnson observed, “Two days following the 2020 election she is now criminally indicting Trump for questioning, Fani Willis directly calls the election a “mess” … This meme was posted on her Facebook— seemingly agreeing with Trump on the poor election procedures in 2020.”

Conservative commentator Collin Rugg also revealed that there were posts by the DA where “she told her followers she was ‘scared’ that they ‘messed up’ the election.”

“Days later on November 7th, Willis released multiple posts explaining how proud she was that Kamala Harris was the next vice president. Does anyone actually believe this woman has the ability to enforce the law equally and fairly?”

Tuesday, August 29, 2023

Fani Willis Campaign Director’s Connection to Team Biden and Anti-Trump Tweets Revealed – Locks Social Media Account

By Cullen Linebarger 

Credit: @JHDeuce

Is this a smoking gun proving collusion between the Fulton County prosecutors’ office and the Biden regime?

As Cristina Laila previously reported, Willis hit President Trump and 18 others with RICO and conspiracy charges for daring to challenge the 2020 election.

A Fulton County grand jury last Monday returned a 41-count indictment which included RICO and conspiracy charges against President Trump.

Now, a possible link between the White House and Team Willis may have been uncovered. Natalie Winters, the co-host and producer for Steve Bannon’s The War Room on Thursday dropped a bombshell, revealing that Fani Willis’ campaign director, Jeremy Halbert Harris, worked for the Joe Biden campaign in Georgia during the 2020 presidential election cycle. He is also a deranged Trump hater and posted multiple tweets bashing the 45th President.

It seems that Halbert-Harris panicked after Winters exposed his connections to Biden and his disgusting anti-Trump posts. He quickly locked his X (formerly Twitter) account in a possible attempt obfuscate the truth.

While Democrats will assert that a campaign director has little involvement in her investigation, there is no doubt Willis and Holber-Harris consistently communicate with each other. What are the odds that they have discussed the garbage Trump indictment?

One social media user correctly noted that this information uncovered by Winters should be made available to the Trump defense team.

Such a move could also help House Republicans’ investigation into Willis to conclusively prove to the public that she is a politically motivated prosecutor.

Monday, August 28, 2023

Did the White House Coordinate With Special Counsel Smith Before Indicting Trump?


AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana

In November 2022, Joe Biden indicated that he would use his power as president to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president agent.

“I’m making sure he, under legitimate efforts of our Constitution, does not become the next President again,” Biden told a reporter. Nevertheless, the White House has insisted that the federal investigations of Donald Trump have been completely independent.

Now there appears to be evidence that Special Counsel Jack Smith, who has indicted Donald Trump twice, may have coordinated with the White House Counsel’s office mere weeks before Trump was indicted over the alleged mishandling of classified documents.

According to a report from the New York Post, White House visitor logs show that Jay Bratt, who is on Smith’s staff, met with then-deputy chief of staff for the White House counsel’s office Caroline Saba at 10 a.m. on March 31, 2023, and were joined by an FBI agent in the Washington field office named Danielle Ray. Just over two months later, Trump was indicted.

Bratt and Saba previously met at the White House in November 2021, while Trump was negotiating the return of classified documents with the National Archives.

Bratt had a third meeting in the White House in September 2021, this time with Katherine Reily, an advisor to the White House chief of staff’s office.

The logs offer no information about what was discussed at the meetings.

Critics and legal experts questioned why Bratt was taking meetings at all with the White House counsel’s office while part of an active investigation into President Biden’s likely 2024 Republican opponent.

 Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani says that these meetings are suspicious. “There is no legitimate purpose for a line [DOJ] guy to be meeting with the White House except if it’s coordinated by the highest levels,” he told the Post. Giuliani was formerly a top federal prosecutor in the Southern District of New York.

Giuliani believes that the meetings prove the White House and special counsel were coordinating Trump’s prosecution.

“You’re damn right I do,” Giuliani said.

George Washington University law professor and constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley also believes the March meeting is suspicious and that it “raises obvious concerns about visits to the White House after [Bratt] began his work with the special counsel.”

“There is no reason why the Justice Department should not be able to confirm whether this meeting was related to the ongoing investigation or concerns some other matter,” Turley argues.

The White House has been somewhat evasive on the issue.

Peter Carr, a spokesman for the special counsel, said Bratt was at the White House for a “case-related interview” but declined to comment further.

The FBI declined to comment.

A person with knowledge of the 2023 visit insisted that it was “an interview of a career official who was also working at the White House during the Trump Administration.”

The same individual said the 2021 visits were “national security related.”

I’ve never believed the White House narrative on this situation, and these new revelations further demonstrate they cannot be trusted.

In Georgia, the lone black male defendant in the Trump case rots in jail

Image: Harrison Floyd. GiveSendGo photograph.

If only Harrison Floyd’s first name were George. If only he’d been a convicted felon who passed a counterfeit bill, filled himself with illegal drugs, and resisted arrest If that were the case, he’d have had millions of dollars flowing to him from Hollywood and Democrat politicians, and he’d have been a media hero. However, Harrison Floyd isn’t a thug of color. Instead, he’s a retired Marine vet, living with his family and getting by on his pension. And he’s also a black Trump supporter, which is why he’s rotting in a Fulton County jail.

One of the important things to remember about all this Democrat criminal lawfare against anyone who dared support Donald Trump is that it’s intended to destroy them economically. A great lawyer can cost close to $1,000 per hour (although, if he’s decent, he’ll hand the work to young lawyers and paralegals who will cost $300-$400 an hour). A good lawyer will cost about $400 an hour. A mediocre lawyer will cost about $250 per hour.

What this means for a client is that even a single court appearance on a simple matter (preparing documents, travel time, time spent in the courtroom) can result in a $1,000 to $4,000 bill. On a single complicated motion, you’re looking at $25,000 to $100,000 in legal fees. (Maybe more; I haven’t worked on a big case in about 15 years.)

If you’re rich, you can probably absorb this for years. If you’re middle-class, you can absorb this for months before your savings are exhausted, and you are no longer middle-class. And if you’re poor, you can’t afford this at all. Moreover, the public interest lawyers who line up to represent the George Floyds of this world tend to be leftists. They’re not going to volunteer their services for someone who dared to support Trump.

One of those people who dared to support Trump is Harrison Floyd. He was the director of Black Voices for Trump, which is the scariest organization in America if you’re a Democrat. That’s because, while blacks thrived economically under Trump, Biden has been a disaster for them. His inflation has drained the middle class and left the poor even poorer—and that means that blacks have seen whatever wealth they accrued during the Trump years vanish. If a leading motivation for voting is the economy, blacks have had the Biden economy pounding them into the ground.

Fulton County DA Fani Willis isn’t the only one afraid of Floyd. Jack Smith is, too, which is why Floyd was one of those in the crosshairs of Jack Smith’s January 6 investigation. In that case, the FBI claimed that he “yelled at, pushed and struck an agent who was serving a subpoena at his Maryland home…” Floyd was charged with assaulting an FBI agent. Let me act the role of a Fox News debate moderator: Raise your hand if you trust the FBI’s version of events.

Thanks to his service in the Marine Corps, Floyd is disabled, so he and his family are dependent on his pension. And while Biden’s illegal aliens are getting floods of taxpayer money thrown at them, the same is not true for disabled veterans. What this means is that Floyd was unable to hire a lawyer to represent him when Fani Willis issued her indictments. He did, however, fly to Atlanta, where he turned himself in. Turning oneself in is not the hallmark of a flight risk.

Nevertheless, looking at a disabled former Marine who paid the airfare to turn himself in but is unable to afford a lawyer, Judge Emily Richardson* did what judges do to Trump supporters, especially black ones—she reamed him:

Floyd represented himself and was the only one of the case’s 19 defendants not to organize a bond agreement with state prosecutors before turning himself in.

He told Judge Emily Richardson that legal counsel was too expensive, costing between $40,000 and $100,000.

“I can’t put my family in that kind of debt,” he said.

Richardson cited the open case as a reason to remand him to jail, and called him a flight risk. She said the final determination on whether he will receive bail is up to the judge who will handle his trial.

“I do find that based on the open charge against you there are grounds for bond to be denied at this point,” Richardson said. “So I’m going to go ahead and find that you are at risk to commit additional felonies and a potential risk to flee the jurisdiction.”

Fortunately, Trump supporters have Floyd’s back. They learned that legal counsel has stepped forward to defend Floyd and created a GiveSendGo to help with his legal fees. Within 24 hours, that fund had met the original $100,000 goal. Now, the fund has raised the goal to $200,000. This isn’t greed. Given the Democrat goal of breaking people economically with lawfare, in a case of this magnitude, the money can easily be gone in two months.

I’ve donated my mite, and I feel quite good about having done so. What’s happening to the defendants—a former president, along with his lawyers and his supporters—should shock the conscience of every American. Their lives are being destroyed for daring to question an election, something that’s a time-honored Democrat pastime and, importantly, that’s a hallmark of a free country. We all need to step up and make our voices heard…and money talks.


*I’m aware that Judge Richardson was appointed by former Republican governor Nathan Deal. As we’ve seen, though, the Republican political class in Georgia hates Trump. Sundance explains whats going on there. I do not have evidence that Judge Richardson is a part of this political class or that she shares its values, but it would explain her thinking. Additionally, she was a long-time prosecutor, which may be enough to explain her decision to accept the prosecution’s view of the matter.

Sunday, August 27, 2023

“The Hood Is Waking Up!” – Blacks Cheer Trump After Arrest – Trump Support from Black Community Climbs to 20% in Latest Poll

By Jim Hoft | Gateway Pundit

The tyrannical left arrested President Donald Trump on Thursday night and took a mug shot.

They have now charged Trump with 91 garbage felony charges. He is facing over 400 years in prison for speaking out against the stolen 2020 election.

The regime will not allow dissent.

Stephen Miller said it best, “At least, foreign despotic regimes pretend the people they are jailing are guilty of spying, that they’re agents of a foreign country. Now, here in America we’re jailing people for speech we don’t like. We’re imprisoning people for asking them to lobby a state legislature or watch a particular TV program.”

The arrest of President Trump may be backfiring for the tyrannical left.

On Friday several videos were posted online of Black Americans cheering President Trump.



I Meme Therefore I Am πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ @ImMeme0

Democrats just helped Trump to get more votes from Black Community and I love it!!🀣🀣🀣





πŸ”₯🚨 Trump’s arrest is only making him more popular in the black community!! 

“Trump is a brother now.” 

“They f**ks with people that been to jail.”





Conversation πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ 🍊 Antoine Tucker @montaga



 just reached the point where the Hood just like fuck the Government Bring Back Trump so we can feed our families and not take our money to feed other ppl families



Blacks are waking up.



Benny Johnson @bennyjohnson

Atlanta native who did HARD TIME in Fulton County jail drops BLACK PILL on Dems:

“Lower income blacks — who are most victimized by leftism — The HOOD is waking up. They are CHEERING Trump. The Democrat Party is Crumbling right before our eyes.”



60 years of Democrat policies have destroyed black communities in America.

Already after three years of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris blacks are switching to Trump.

Trump’s support with Black Americans is ALREADY at 20% via the latest FOX News poll.

And a recent Premise poll shows President Trump with 12% black support to 57% for Joe Biden with 31% of blacks not sure — or not willing to tell a pollster how they really feel.



InteractivePolls @IAPolls2022



(R) Trump 43%

(D) Biden 38%


(D) Biden 37%

(R) DeSantis 34%



Trump 60%

DeSantis 16%

Ramaswamy 6%

Pence 4%

Scott 3%

Haley 3%

Christie 1%



Trump 67%

DeSantis 26%

Saturday, August 26, 2023

The Biden Clan's Con Is Coming to an End


AP Photo/Patrick Semansky

Despite years of Biden family and media disinformation, we are finally learning that President Joe Biden really did fire Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin for looking into state corruption involving the oil company Burisma and Hunter Biden — and ultimately Joe Biden himself.

As vice president, Biden, in his own words, bragged that he had threatened to cancel the deliverance of American foreign aid to Ukraine unless Shokin was dismissed.

So what is Congress to do now — un-impeach and exonerate an innocent impeached Donald Trump, and instead impeach a guilty Biden for essentially the same allegations?

After all, the Left redefined the impeachment bar in 2019 as leveraging foreign aid to Ukraine to benefit one’s political career.

And that is exactly what Joe Biden did to ensure his son could continue to raise millions for the Biden family with foreign governments, while being shielded from political consequences.

An impeached Trump also was accused of using the power of government to go after his likely 2020 presidential rival by suggesting that Joe Biden and his family were corrupt, and should be investigated by Ukrainian officials for fraud and bribery.

Despite Joe Biden’s denials, Trump was right: there was plenty of evidence to link Ukrainian unwarranted payoffs going into Biden family coffers.

So Trump in 2019 had good reasons to ensure that none of the Bidens were still burrowed deeply into the Ukrainian payoff machine.

In contrast, Biden had far less grounds to unleash the full powers of government against his probable 2024 rival ex-president Trump.

Special Prosecutor Jack Smith is not charging Trump with bribery of the Biden sort. He does not allege that Trump gave special foreign policy preferences for those foreigners who paid his family for such services.

Instead, Smith argues that Trump unlawfully took out classified presidential papers — although Joe Biden did nearly the same.

Biden kept quiet about his vast removal of classified documents for over a decade. Not until Trump was being investigated did Biden suddenly notify the government of his illegal removals.

In contrast, a combative and boisterous Trump fought openly and constantly with federal archivists over which of his papers at his Mar-a-Lago estate were truly classified.

Prosecutorial leaks floated all sorts of unproven nefarious agendas that had prompted Trump’s disputes over his presidential papers.

But no one to this day has seriously asked why senator and then Vice President Biden secretly and weirdly removed and kept such sensitive material for years.

Recent reports allege that Hunter Biden may have been treated with kid gloves by prosecutors, partly because Hunter’s lawyers had threatened otherwise to call Joe Biden to the stand as a favorable witness.

Government prosecutors under pressure from the White House apparently balked at  the nightmare of a befuddled president of the United States testifying under oath about the supposed innocence of the very guilty Hunter Biden.

In truth, the former drug addict Hunter has played lots of such strange games with his own family.

In his laptop communications, Hunter whined that no one in the family appreciated his hard work at family grifting.

He sounded petulant that his father forced him to fork over half his income to the Joe and Jill Biden household.

At time of universal scrutiny of Hunter, the last thing any sane first son might do would be to hawk his own childish paintings at exorbitant prices to those wishing to buy influence with his father the president.

In effect, Hunter was almost daring the White House to stop his blatant grifting artistry.

Instead, the Bidens moved Hunter into the White House, apparently to keep him under closer watch.

Hunter is still out of control. He could take the family down with him unless President Biden continues to shield him from prosecution.

Ironically, the double standard used by Biden and the media to hound Trump has only raised new questions of fairness.

Why had the Biden family — with its far greater legal exposure — never faced such serial indictments?

A Republican House of Representatives had ended prior Democratic protection given to  the Bidens.

And the Ukraine war has again turned attention to the Biden-Burisma connection and Hunter’s shaking down of Ukrainian officials.

Finally, Joe Biden can no longer work a full day. He mutters. He stumbles. He serially lies.

He hijacks solemn occasions commemorating national tragedies by trying to one up the grieving with his own self-absorbed stories — most of them irrelevant and narcissistic half-truths.

If a cognitively and criminally challenged Biden cannot finish his term, we will finally learn the full story of 15 years of Biden family corruption.

The Bidens will lose the only impediment — Joe Biden’s political machinations — left in the way of an honest, full-blown felony investigation into what is likely the most corrupt presidential family in American history.