Monday, March 13, 2017

_____ Fires U.S. Attorney Who Was Investigating _____

Over the weekend, Preet Bharara, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, who had been asked a few days ago to investigate whether or not President _____ was violating the Constitution by receiving payments from foreign countries, was fired by the _____ Administration.

How’s that sit with you?

On Friday, U.S. Attorney General, and perjurer, Jeff Sessions demanded that 46 U.S. attorneys appointed by President Barack Obama submit their resignations. Preet Bharara, right, declined to resign and instead challenged Russian Lapdog and Nesting Doll Sessions to fire him.

And he did; the firing came just a few days after Bharara was asked to investigate _____ and three months after he met with President-elect _____ who asked him to stay on in his post.

So, why fire him?


Bharara is known as "one of the nation’s most aggressive and outspoken prosecutors of public corruption and Wall Street crime" whose now-former jurisdiction included Trump Tower; the firing of Bharara comes one week after _____ claimed, without evidence, that President Barack Obama had wiretapped the building. 

Yup, the man tasked with investigating whether or not _____ is violating the Constitution was fire by _____; the man who might have investigated whether or not _____ is a blatant liar about wiretaps is fired by _____.

How’s that sit with you?

Now, Hair Furor will be able to assign whichever U.S. attorney he chooses to oversee the jurisdiction that includes _____ Tower.

And before you think this is all an attack on poor _____, think about the idea that Bharara was investigating _____’s good buddy Rupert Murdoch and now he’s gone; think about the fact that Bharara was investigating a case involving a Russian money laundering scheme and now he’s gone.

He was investigating Russia and Murdoch, two of _____’s closest allies and now he’s gone.

How’s that sit with you?



anne marie in philly said...


the dogs' mother said...

Lead story on Rachel Maddow tonight.

Helen Lashbrook said...

I have never been in favour of a politicised judiciary or prosecution. As a counter to the executive branch the judiciary should be completely free of political bias

Mitchell is Moving said...

I really hate to use the word hate. It's so hateful. But, well, I HATE this and I HATE 45 and its evil minions.