Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
Yes, I have to agree – the law is the law is the law. But, Turley doesn’t seem to be grave-digging with the democrats who have clearly obstructed justice in so many ways that Mueller – the grave digger of substance at the moment – is the gum shoe whose shoes have gotten stuck in one track which is “Trump”. Mueller has committed the biggest crime but yet he is investigating himself?
Right now these three people are the major issue and how our government is in the state of flux at the moment and we have one man who is fighting these three crooks from tooth to toe nail and Turley is knit-picking. By all means, give the American people a break – we have had eight years of Obama Hell and you want to knit-pick?
According to what the real crime is with the government (Obama/Clinton/Bush) and you are knit-picking with the Hatch Act.
My suggestion is that Trump give her 30 days’ time-out w/o pay.
The whole jest here is – the piss ants media and Turley is trying to cull out the
Trump supporters so that he can’t continue to MAGA.
Plain and simple.
We previously discussed the complaint filed by Walter Shaub, the former director of the Office of Government Ethics against White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway for violating the Hatch Act. At the time, I discussed my view that the statements of Conway concerning the special Senate election in Alabama were clear violations of the Act. The new report by OSC special counsel, Henry Kerner found two violations in Conway’s making highly political statements in her “official capacity” in November and December of last year in supporting Alabama candidate Roy Moore. Kerner, a Trump appointee, in a letter to President Donald Trump, called on President Trump to take “appropriate disciplinary action.” However, the White House issued an almost immediate dismissal of the findings. That was a mistake in my view. The President can justify not firing Conway but, particularly for an Administration fighting what it considers politicized actions in the Executive Branch, the…
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