Wednesday News Roundup: The McCloskeys Will See Justice at a Price and Trump’s Shocking Maxwell Statement

Wait, what???? – During his revived COVID-19 press briefing on Tuesday, the President of the United States of America had this to say about accused pedophile madam Ghislaine Maxwell:

Here is the full answer:

Reporter: Ghislaine Maxwell is in prison, and so a lot of people want to know if she’s going to turn in powerful people. I know you’ve talked in the past about Prince Andrew, and you’ve criticized Bill Clinton’s behavior. I wonder: Do you feel she’s going to turn in powerful men? how do you see that working out?

President Trump: I don’t know, I haven’t really been following it too much. I just wish her well, frankly. I’ve met her numerous times over the years, especially since I lived in Palm Beach and I guess they lived in Palm Beach. But I wish her well, whatever it is. I don’t know the situation with Prince Andrew, just don’t know. Not aware of it.

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My goodness. The reporter is correct in that the President has indeed commented numerous times on his Twitter feed about both Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton. This is also the first time he has publicly admitted to meeting Maxwell more than once when they both lived in Palm Beach.

Understanding how communications operations in the political world work, this answer most likely means a couple of things:

– The White House has been made aware that Maxwell has presented the DOJ with evidence that she interacted with Trump on numerous occasions while she lived in Palm Beach, and the White House is trying to get ahead of any leaks of that information that will almost inevitably take place prior to Election Day, and

– The President does not want to make any inflammatory remarks that might negatively impact coming prosecutions against Prince Andrew and Clinton.

Again, knowing how these things work, it is very likely that that reporter was asked by the White House to ask that specific question.

The information that Trump met Maxwell on numerous occasions is not at all surprising given that she spent years living near Mar a Lago and that she, Trump and Jeffrey Epstein for years were all invited to parties and events involving the elite members of U.S. society. We should also remember that Trump famously banned Epstein and Maxwell from Mar a Lago after Epstein was seen behaving inappropriately with a teenage girl on the property.

But still, this statement is disturbing and disappointing in many ways. The only really positive thing about it is that the President did not display any of the body language typical of a nervous or guilty person while making it.

Don’t expect this story just to go away.

The McCloskeys will have their case dismissed. – But the goal of corrupt, Soros-funded St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardner has already been achieved.

The McCloskeys, if you remember, are the St. Louis couple who wielded firearms in front of their home, on their own private property, as a gang of Antifa/BLM thugs invaded their gate neighborhood. Given that that entire neighborhood, including the streets, is private property owned by the residents, and that the gang of thugs broke down the gate in order to enter it, the action by the McCloskeys was perfectly and unambiguously legal under Missouri law. They literally did nothing wrong.

But instead of arresting and indicting the criminal thugs, Ms. Gardner arrested and booked the McCloskeys, ordering police to invade their home and seize their legally-owned weapons in the process. On Tuesday, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley called the actions by the prosecutor a “miscarriage of justice,” and urged the DOJ to “open a civil rights investigation into the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s office.”

Hawley’s demand came a day after Missouri’s Attorney General, Eric Schmitt, intervened in the case with a filing demanding its dismissal.

From a piece at the Daily Caller:

In subsequent tweets, the AG went on to say the following:

The right to defend one’s person, family, home and property has deep roots in Missouri law. Self-defense is the central component of the right to keep & bear arms, which receives the highest protection from the MO Constitution. #2A
MO statutes specifically authorize citizens to use firearms to deter assailants & protect themselves, their families & homes from threatening or violent intruders. #2A
A highly publicized criminal prosecution of citizens for exercising these fundamental freedoms threatens to intimidate & deter law-abiding citizens from exercising their constitutional right of self defense.
My job as AG is to protect the fundamental rights of all Missourians, including the right to keep & bear arm in self defense of one’s person and home. This case casts an ominous shadow over those fundamental rights.#2A
The prosecution sends a powerful message to all Missourians that they exercise their fundamental right to self defense at their peril. Missourians should not fear exposure to criminal prosecution, even prison time, when they use firearms to defend themselves and their homes.
As AG I am vested with authority to enter this case for several reasons: 27.060 grants the AG authority to intervene in actions that threaten the interests of all Missourians.
I have a duty to protect & defend the const & statutory rights of Missourians including the Constitutional right to keep & bear arms & the right to self-defense by way of our Constitution & Missouri’s Castle Doctrine.
I have entered the case and filed a brief seeking a dismissal of the case to ensure ALL Missourians who wish to exercise their fundamental right to defend themselves, their families & their homes without fear of criminal prosecution. #2A
This case is extraordinary. Based on widely reported facts, this prosecution targets conduct explicitly protected both by the MO Constitution & statutes setting forth the “Castle Doctrine” of self-defense. #2A
In other words this is not just a case of the gov’t retaliating against a citizen for exercising a fundamental right – which is bad enough – its also a case where the local prosecutor believes that exercising that fundamental right is – itself – a crime.
This political prosecution is not based in law and as long as it continues it will send a public message to ALL Missourians: If you dare to exercise the fundamental right to keep & bear arms in defense of family and home, you may be prosecuted and sent to prison. #2A
The Right to Keep & Bear Arms in Self-Defense of One’s Person & Home Receives the MO Constitution’s Highest Level of Protection. Self-defense is the “core lawful purpose” & the “central component” of the right to keep & bear arms in both the #2A & MO Const. See Heller decision.
This “core and lawful purpose” includes “the right of law-abiding, responsible citizens to use arms in defense of hearth & home.” See Heller.
The right to keep & bear arms is a “fundamental right” that is “necessary to our system of ordered liberty.” See McDonald case. #2A
The Founders viewed the right to keep & bear arms in self-defense as a natural right that was inalienable.This recognition predated the adoption of the US Constitution & had deep roots in English concepts of liberty forged in the Glorious Revolution of 1689. #2A
Thus under principles of English law that the Founders viewed as fundamental, the right to keep & bear arms was “a recognition of the natural right of defense of one’s person or house as part of the law of self preservation & central to the #2A.”
The Founders knew the right to keep & bear arms, not the gov’t. is the citizens first line of defense against physical attack. Thus, this right received its greatest emphasis during times when gov’t could not not trusted to protect citizens’ personal security. #2A
The landmark Heller decision mentions its importance for anti-slavery advocates & post-civil war firearms for self-defense was often the only way black citizens could protect themselves from mob violence.
If anything, this right is even more deeply rooted in Missouri’s unique history & tradition. The right was explicitly in Missouri’s first Const of 1820 stating; the “right to bear arms in defence of themselves & of the state cannot be questioned.” #2A
Mo has even expanded this language over the years including in 2014 when the overwhelming majority of MO voters including the language “home, person family & property” subject to “strict scrutiny.” #2A
It goes on, “The state of MO shall be obligated to uphold these rights & shall under NO circumstances decline to protect against their infringement.” #2A
By Enacting the Castle Doctrine of Self-Defense, MO Statutes Explicitly Authorize the Use of Firearms to Defend One’s Person, Family, Home, and Property From Threatening and Violent Intruders.
Missouri has adopted one of the strongest versions of the Castle Doctrine in the country. This Doctrine is not merely a creature of statute, but deeply rooted in the Constitutional right to keep & bear arms. #2A
Section 563.031 specifically authorizes MO citizens & homeowner to protect themselves from illegal invasions & intrusions into their homes & private property. It establishes 3 principles: #2A
1. Missourians may defend themselves & others using physical force (including firearm)to deter the imminent use of unlawful force by another person;
2. MOs may use deadly force against a person who unlawfully enters or attempts to enter private property owned by another & threatens to use unlawful force against another; 3. MOs have no duty to retreat from their own residence or property when threatened by an unlawful intruder
Further, the Castle Doctrine specifically shields Missourians who act in valid self-defense from prosecution for unlawful use of a weapon by exhibiting a weapon in an angry or threatening manner under 571.030.1(4). #2A
In fact 571.030.5 states: it SHALL NOT APPLY TO PERSONS WHO ARE ENGAGED IN A LAWFUL ACT OF DEFENSE PURSUANT TO SECTION 563.031. #2A
Thus, this is not a case where the Ds must raise a self-defense as an affirmative defense or assert the exercise of a const right as a defense to justify conduct that otherwise would constitute a crime. Exhibiting a weapon in an act of valid self-defense IS NOT A CRIME AT ALL.
The law is clear and unambiguous, if an intruder invades private property & threatens to harm the homeowner or another person, a citizen may defend him or herself. To display firearms in self-defense as in 563.031 is not a crime & it should not be charged as a crime at all. #2A
The Highly Politicized Prosecution of Missouri Citizens For Exercising Their Right to Keep and Bear Arms in Self-Defense May Intimidate & Deter Other Missourians From Exercising Their Fundamental Right of Self-Defense.
This case reflects the opposite of the state’s constitutional obligation under Art. I sec 23 to “uphold these rights” to keep & bear arms self-defense & “protect against infringement.” #2AShallNotBeInfringed
In fact this political prosecution sends a powerful & dangerous message: You exercise you right to keep & bear arms at your own peril. If you do you may find yourself in prison. #2A
This case has significance that extends well beyond the parties. The pendency of this case chills & deters all citizens from exercising one of our most fundamental right, which receives the highest level of protection in Missouri’s Constitution & laws. #2A
On behalf of all Missourians who wish to exercise their right to keep & bear arms in self-defense of their persons, homes families & property & as AG of the great state of MO I’m seeking a dismissal of this politically motivated case at the earliest opportunity. #2A
END THREAD

That’s very long, but well worth reading in full.

The McCloskeys will see ultimately their case dismissed, but Ms. Gardner’s evil goal has already been fulfilled: She knew going in she would never get a guilty verdict under the law. Her goal is the goal of all of the hundreds of Soros-funded local prosecutors who have been elected in recent years around the country: Intimidation.

The goal of Marxist thugs like Gardner is never to uphold the laws, but to destroy them, in the process intimidating their opponents into compliant submission. By abusing the rights of the McCloskeys in such a brutal way, Gardner was using them as an example of what can happen to any other law-abiding citizens under her jurisdiction should they exercise their 2nd Amendment rights in opposition to the Democrat Party-sponsored thugs in Antifa and BLM.

George Soros and his hundreds of front groups have invested hundreds of millions of dollars over the past decade to put prosecutors, mayors, city council members and elected judges just like Gardner into office. Ms. Gardner is just one of thousands of such thugs now in positions of power in Democrat-controlled cities all over America.

It’s a civil war, folks. It isn’t a shooting civil war yet, but don’t think they won’t go there to achieve their ultimate goal of destroying our Republic.

Pay attention.

That is all.

Today’s news moves at a faster pace than ever. Whatfinger is my go-to source for keeping up with all the latest events in real time.

34 thoughts on “Wednesday News Roundup: The McCloskeys Will See Justice at a Price and Trump’s Shocking Maxwell Statement

  1. Jimmy MacAfee - July 22, 2020

    First of all, I don’t think the low-IQ Kim Gardner knew that she’d face opposition from the AG and Hawley. She has a record of doing and saying stupid things, and made the critical mistake of attempting to prosecute attorneys. This will backfire on her in a big way, and on all the other Soros-creatures. It’s one thing to go after Branch Davidians, whom the press libeled worse than the Covington boys, and it’s another thing to go after the gentry.

    But I predicted this a long time ago on these threads: when they come for the gated communities, there won’t be a contingent of us Billy-Bobs standing there defending them. It’s a good thing, actually, because the Never Trumpers and Liberal Elite think they can support rioting and rioters, as long as those events happen in the Deplorable Communities. Now that the chicken has come home to roost, maybe we will see it on the barbie with lemon and garlic sauce.

    We should all be against the Left – rich, middle and aspiring middle. And if the elite snobs don’t want to defend our jobs, our homes, our right to defend ourselves, eventually they will be eaten by the mob as well. Maybe someone will go to the Clinton’s manse one day, and Obeelzebub’s.

    We all know where Valerie Jarrett lives, too, don’t we?

  2. Jimmy MacAfee - July 22, 2020

    As far as President Trump saying what he said:

    I think it’s a signal that she is to be protected from harm. At all costs. And I also suspect that she’s been turned and has spilled a truckload of beans already. Guessing, because her lawyers are already squealing like pigs about the presumption of guilt in the press etc.

    This may be an inducement to her and her lawyers to continue to cooperate, because he (Trump) wasn’t going to stack the deck against her; a Supermax isn’t in her future, nor a prison murder. Prison, yes. But not a dungeon.

    Then there’s this:
    “I wish her well.”
    “Well,” as in health.
    “I wish her to have good health” = “I wish her well.”

    1. Jonesy - July 22, 2020

      Jimmy, I tend to agree with you here however – having to extrapolate to get to what he probably meant is just something that we can’t afford with Trump. He can’t afford to give the media red meat on any subject like this. They are not going to afford him any nuance.

      1. Gregg - July 22, 2020

        I agree Jonesy, that Trump is a master at three dimensional chess; my only fear is whether or not the majority of the general public even understands two dimensional checkers. He can run circles around his political adversaries and the hacks in the media, but how well does that resonate to John Q. Public?

        Most all of us here are pretty intellectual, analytical, and well informed, but how many of our fellow citizens understand the message the President is trying to convey to get past the media filter? Very few I fear; they just hear the constant Trump Sucks! drumbeat and sadly all too many buy the left’s bumper sticker message.

        Case in point: Nancy Klink recently referred to CV-19 as the “Trump virus”, deliberately giving the impression to millions that Trump made and infected us with it proving that his is a sinister SOB, is unfit, and needs to be defeated. Her comment is of course BS, but how many millions of her lemmings will not only believe it, but embrace it and spread it to other ill informed voters?

        Trump’s background as a businessman kept him a group of other intelligent thinkers. His blunt and simple language resonates with most all of his supporter, but his sophisticated management style may be above the general public’s intelligence which could in some cases hurt him – especially when the media dumbs down and mischaracterizes everything he says or does with the same lies and half-truths. He needs to be oh so careful with every message he conveys.

        1. Jimmy MacAfee - July 22, 2020

          I see signs of red-pilling all over. Stuff people know now that they didn’t know even 3 months ago – in spite of the fake press’ attempts to hide it.

          I have confidence in the American Worker, the American Voter and the American Christian – others, not so much.

          We are not all “Deplorables,” in spite of what many think. I’ve seen great evidence of a public that may be quiet, but is now on high alert. We often keep our opinions from the pollsters and others, because we don’t want to be doxxed – until the day after we pull the lever.

          I’ve seen what amounts to a Pearl Harbor energy to vote for this President that I never saw for any other, an intensity that wins both elections and wars. And pretty soon, China is going to start a war of one kind or another and we will not be surprised.

          Don’t underestimate us.

          1. Gregg - July 22, 2020

            I so hope you are right.

  3. CharleyC - July 22, 2020

    Anyone who has a pulse should not be surprised by either of these stories or their outcomes. Every effort is being made to assure that gun owners are hobbled and not able to use their weapons for self defense. The president is wishing Maxwell “well” to express a desire to see her not commit suicide next Thursday.

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - July 22, 2020

      We have seen the hypocrisy of people like Mini Mike and his entourage of armed guards, while denying the rest of us our own right to self-preservation. This should serve as a signal to him and his peers that one day, even they will be (not could be) exposed to mob justice – and to leave our 2nd Amendment rights alone.

      Mikey and all the others should understand that people who can legally own firearms and can legally defend their own properties are not what he should be worrying about. He should be terrified of BLM and ANTIFA.

      1. kaga2020 - July 22, 2020

        You are so right Jimmy. From yesterday’s news, the mayor of Oakland Libby Schaaf’s house was vandalized by 30-40 individuals dressed in black. And today I hear Gov Twosome Newsom is moving his residence and family to an uppity gated community. The peaceful protestors are coming for these dirt bags…

    2. RLA Bruce - July 22, 2020

      I didn’t know the Clintons have schedule Maxwell’s suicide for Thursday . . .

  4. brian - July 22, 2020

    Trumps statement on Max is definitely a whaawhaat??

    But, I have to agree with Mr Blackmon that the White House is trying to get out ahead of the very predictable media frenzy that the communists are working on. I’d bet the farm they, the media, are putting together a nice propaganda piece about Trumps intimate involvement with these pedo’s, for release at the most opportune time. Like perhaps in September.

    The ‘wish her well’ statement could mean everything or it could mean nothing. But at first blush it does seem somewhat surprising. Also factor in that he said he doesn’t know anything about the other pedo’s and isn’t following it. He may not be ‘following’ it but he certainly knows whats going on and likely gets updates. Mitigation by vague… While its a serious and big issue I think he knows he has bigger fish to fry. If hes not involved hes also smart enough to not insert himself into it, the media is already working on that.

    Its a war… propaganda is in over drive

    1. phineas gage - July 22, 2020

      Very few people are now listening to the media at all anymore. Their influence has shrunk asymptotically in proportion to their hysterical volume.

      Any hit job, and you can be sure there will be one, will have far less influence than in the past.

  5. phineas gage - July 22, 2020

    ‘this statement is disturbing and disappointing in many ways’

    How so? I’m not seeing it.

  6. phineas gage - July 22, 2020

    ‘It’s a civil war’

    Yes, but one whose fronts are so far limited to Democrat machine cities and the media.

    That is a significant problem for the Left.

  7. Jonesy - July 22, 2020

    This “civil” war has many fronts: marxist edicts across the nation from mayors and governors, public shaming and intimidation to follow the rules, major political divides, lawfare (McCloskeys), cultural intimidation and broad accusations of racism against a majority, rioting and violence.

    I don’t see this letting up anytime soon – prepare for the future folks. The closer we get to the election, BLM and Antifa are going to turn up the unrest. If Trump wins, I expect that cities will burn worse than what we have seen recently. Supply chains could be disrupted, essential services may not be readily available. Get a firearm and training to use it. Stock up on food and supplies so that you don’t need to leave the house if you can help it. Have a plan for you and your family to get home in times of emergency. And on and on….

    Also, if you have a licence to carry a concealed weapon, please consider signing up for the USCCA or the NRA’s Carryshield. It’s liability insurance should you have to use you weapon in self defense, and gives you access to a network of 2A lawyers. It’s peace of mind, especially given the the current climate in the country today. I don’t know if it would apply in the McCloskeys’ instance (they were at home), but if you are out and about and have to defend yourself, it could make the difference for you if confronted with a prosecutor like Ms Gardener.

    1. phineas gage - July 22, 2020

      I expect it to go the other way. The histrionics will ramp up to a fever pitch heading into the election. If Trump wins I expect it to collapse virtually overnight. Losers don’t have any street cred.

      1. Jonesy - July 22, 2020

        Let’s hope that you are correct. I’d love to wake up some morning and NOT see the news I keep seeing

      2. brian - July 22, 2020

        I dunno about that. Consider when Killery stated that Trump wouldn’t accept the vote outcome during the debates and by extention Republicans too. Then upon losing a rigged election proceeded to ‘resist’ for the last three years. The same message is coming up again already within demoncrap circles so I’d venture much the same violent behaviour to continue but in spades.

        Why will it continue?? Because demoncrap cannot, nor ever will, accept anyone other than a lying corrupt morally bankrupt evil slimeball as their leader, and yours. I agree with jonesy that these dirtball footsoldiers have been given free reign in demoncrap cities where they will continue the destruction. They simple will not fold up camp and go home after the election, haven’t yet so why would they now??

        I agree too that its better to prepare for the worse and hope for the best. Even a little preparation is better than none. Having a few weeks of groceries will buy you some time, at the very minumum, to decide what you need to do. Having a means of protection is good at any time but buying a gun and not knowing how to properly handle one is not only dangerous but stupidly so. The time to start asking these questions and actually do some prep work is now… if you wait its to late.

        This isn’t meant to fear monger but rather give those thinking all things will continue as normal a point to consider. Are you going to trust that the communists will just pout and fade off, patiently wait until the next election cycle to reanimate??? Or do you think they will continue and ramp up their destruction and intimidation thru violence??

        Its a war… its upon you

        1. phineas gage - July 22, 2020

          With Trump in office for another four years, they are finished. And they know it. Hence the panic.

          1. brian - July 22, 2020

            Seriously hope you are right.

      3. Silas - July 22, 2020

        While it may die down in most cities, I can guarantee Portland will go up in flames.
        It is ground zero for Antifa. When Trump won, they went apeshit. It will be nuclear apeshit when Trump wins again.

        They have been terrorizing downtown Portland for nearly two months now and as long whoever is paying them continues to do so, there will be no let up. If Portland
        had a mayor who was more concerned about the citizens and image of his city, they
        would all have been arrested and facing felony riot charges. But since the mayor is a rabid, spineless socialist so that ain’t happening.

        I don’t see Trump using the insurrection act until after the election, it would be the perfect hammer for the demoncrats if he did before then. As with Obama after he was re-elected, with no re-election to worry about Trump will free to do whatever he wishes with regards to EOs and other actions.

        This is why we all must vote for him and do our best to get all we know to do so as well.

  8. Freeman - July 22, 2020

    I took Trump’s comments on Maxwell as him expressing a hope, without directly saying so, that she wouldn’t be murdered in prison.

  9. Sam-I-Am - July 22, 2020

    You can bet that the Clinton Crime Cartel is working hard to see that she commits suicide.

  10. J Alfred Prufrock - July 22, 2020

    Kabuki Theater to discourage people from defending life and liberty.
    Drooling dullards actually believe that government exists to serve them and that the police are only seconds away at just the right time.
    The governor has said that he will pardon them.
    Maybe comrade Maxwell could get the 15 FBI agents treatment if they are not too busy with noosecar where they drive around in circles for four hours.

  11. Gregg - July 22, 2020

    What I want to see is these rogue prosecutors removed from office and prosecuted for prosecutorial misconduct. If a couple go to jail on federal charges, a lot of this crap will stop.

    ***

    I believe Phineas is correct that his movement will collapse with a Trump victory and an unfettered Trump going all out to RICO the money, (Dem Political) support, and the organizations behind it.

    Remove the money and the leaders and make some real prosecutions of the most violent rioters and most of the other punks will just go away.

    I’m reminded of the second or third “Death Wish” movie where once the leader was killed during the riot, the rest of his foot soldiers just shook their heads and faded away. I believe that will happen in this case, simply because Trump and us are on the right side of what is right.

    1. Silas - July 22, 2020

      As i replied to Phineas, that may be so for most but I see Portland going down in flames. Bigly.
      While we lived in Beaverton and several miles from ground zero Portland, I got us out of there none to soon. What most folks don’t know is that all the outlaying city police deparments and county sheriffs withdrew from a mutual aid agreement with Portland when the city refused to indemnify them and reiburse them for above and beyond costs.

      Portland and it’s citizens are on their own. It will not go well for them.

      1. phineas gage - July 22, 2020

        There will certainly be exceptions, and Portland is likely to be among them.

  12. Gregg - July 22, 2020

    Another movie reference comes to mind regarding Trump and Maxwell:

    From the movie “Clear and Present Danger”, when some drug runners were blown away on the high seas, it turned out they were one time friends of the president. There was a meeting in the oval office as to how to address that fact. Deny the allegation of the friendship and stonewall the reporting/inquiry or (Harrison Ford’s suggestion in the movie) come out and say they were friends and at one time good friends, lifelong friends, and end any controversy that might have arisen. The Ford character said you can’t diffuse a bomb once it has already exploded. I suspect that is what Trump is doing with Maxwell.

    Also, if you remember, when Epstein was arrested the MSM (D) did everything they could to try to tie Trump to him dredging up pictures of them together at parties decades ago. The MSM (D) tried to make Trump as big an Epstein pal as BJ Clinton, neglecting to say Trump ejected Epstein and banned him form Mara Lago.

    And there is one other poignant fact to think about. If Trump was in any way involved with the Epstein/Maxwell behavior, he surely would not have his DOJ and both his Attorney Generals pursuing all these national and international sex crimes with such a determined focus – unlike any other administration. If Trump was in any way involved, he would be very inclined to keep this dirty secret behind closed doors. In fact, if Trump were involved, keeping these affairs secret would be the one thing we can bet on the Dems and Trump agreeing on.

    Also bear in mind, there was no real national clamoring for solving or prosecuting these rampant, but largely unrealized (at least the scope of them), sex crimes especially when so much else was/is going on to keep the ‘news’ cycle busy. The fact that Trump’s DOJ sex crimes prosecution efforts have gone largely unreported reinforces my point that it wasn’t considered a pressing issue. The fact that Trump’s DOJ is so active in this completely confirms his innocence and non involvement, because who would in their right mind would expose themselves to the same scrutiny?

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - July 22, 2020

      Solid analysis.

  13. ray162 - July 22, 2020

    25 CFR § 11.448 – Abuse of office.

    CFR

    § 11.448 Abuse of office.

    A person acting or purporting to act in an official capacity or taking advantage of such actual or purported capacity commits a misdemeanor if, knowing that his or her conduct is illegal, he or she:

    (a) Subjects another to arrest, detention, search, seizure, mistreatment, dispossession, assessment, lien or other infringement of personal or property rights; or

    (b) Denies or impedes another in the exercise or enjoyment of any right, privilege, power or immunity.

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - July 22, 2020

      Kim Gardner has done all of that! Good catch!

    2. Jimmy MacAfee - July 22, 2020

      ANTIFA, if it really has been designated a terrorist organization, can be treated quite differently than other citizens.

      GEEEETMOOOOOO!

  14. phineas gage - July 22, 2020

    Good decision by Musk:

    https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/austin-wins-teslas-new-factory-musk-thanks-tulsa

    Screw California. Although couldn’t he have chosen a different part of Texas than Austin?

  15. Tick Tock - July 22, 2020

    My 2 cents worth on Maxwell is that the President may feel some kind of empathy for her as someone who was coerced into the job and then hooked on it. Just sayin’. I hope well for her to because she likely knows where all the skeletons are located and most likely will at least partialy turn and then the explosion will change a lot of things.

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