March 09, 2018

Case Against Gov. Eric Greitens Collapsing

Timothy Birdnow

I wanted to give everyone an update on the Eric Greitens case. The former Democrat Missouri Governor has been charged with a felony invasion of privacy after it was disclosed he had an illicit affair with a woman and allegedly photographed her as political insurance without her knowlege. The indictment came out of a City of St. Louis Grand Jury, the very citadel of liberal Democratic party machine politics.

The apparent political nature of the case, and the fact that prosecutors were trying to get an early November trial to coincide with elections, makes this thing smell. But now we have the kicker: Prosecutors do not have the photograph.
Republicans are claiming Prosecutor Kim Gardner received 200 thousand dollars from George Soros linked groups.

Now, the alleged victim has never asked for an investigation nor wanted charges pressed, and without the photograph the case largely collapses. I had thought Greitens was going to resign after this, but it now makes sense why he refused; they didn't have anything on him. While this may exonerate him (he obviously did have the affair) or not, it means that any further efforts to proesecute the sitting Governor will be an unquestionable attempt to railroad a political opponent, an increeasingly common tactic employed by Democrats to steal elections.

Remember Tom Delay? The former Republican House Majority Leader was falsely charged with money laundering of campaign cash and sentenced to three years in prison. His conviction was overturned bn appeal with because it was so patently false and politically motivated, and the appeal by prosecutors went failed as well. And GOP rules forced Delay - a very effective Conservative legislator - to resign from his leadership position, which was likely the whole point.

This same prosecutor who persecuted Delay tried to take down Texas Governor Rick Perry as well. Perry threatened to veto funding of $7.5 million for the public integrity unit of the Travis County district attorney's office, and this same political hack charged Perry with abuse of power. A Texas appelate court dismissed the charges, but only after two years Perry threatened the veto when the head of the unit Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg, was convicted of drunk driving and refused to step aside. Perry, who was a viable Presidential candidate, had his political ambitions destroyed by the bogus prosecution.

Or take the case of Alaska Senator Ted Stevens. Stevens - the longest serving Republican in Senate history and was President Pro Tempore Emeritus - was running for his eighth term when he was charged with misconduct by democrat operatives. Under the cloud of legal suspicion Stevens lost his seat. The Stevens case was an example of gross prosecutorial malfeasance.

In 2008 Stevens was charged with failing to disclose gifts. Stevens received a speedy trial and was convicted in three days, and appealed almost immediately for a mistrial ruling because the prosecution witheld evidence. They suppressed exculpatory affadavits, send a key witness home, and there was even an inappropriate relationship going. Note that most of this was under the auspices of the FBI which is now attacking Donald J. Trump. A whisleblower at the FBI named Chad Joy spilled the beans and Stevens' conviction was voided.

He died mysteriously in a plane crash not two years later. Coincidence?

See more on the Stevens travesty here.

Remember the raids on the homes of people who supported Wisconsin Governor scott Walker? Or the endless investigation of Walker with the so-called John Doe investigations? The Wisconsin DOJ refused to prosecute despite concluding crimes had been committed by partisan prosecutors and law enforcement. According to the Federalist article:

The abuses of the John Doe II investigation are well-documented, not least by the Wisconsin Supreme Court in its opinion shutting down the probe:

The breadth of the documents gathered pursuant to subpoenas and seized pursuant to search warrants is amazing. Millions of documents, both in digital and paper copy, were subpoenaed and/or seized. Deputies seized business papers, computer equipment, phones, and other devices, while their targets were restrained under police supervision and denied the ability to contact their attorneys. The special prosecutor obtained virtually every document possessed by the Unnamed Movants relating to every aspect of their lives, both personal and professional, over a five-year span (from 2009 to 2013). Such documents were subpoenaed and/or seized without regard to content or relevance to the alleged violations ***. As part of this dragnet, the special prosecutor also had seized wholly irrelevant information, such as retirement income statements, personal financial account information, personal letters, and family photos.

Indeed, two "search warrants were executed at approximately 6:00 a.m. on October 3, 2013, in pre-dawn, armed, paramilitary-style raids in which bright floodlights were used to illuminate the targets’ homes.” The mishandling of this vast pool of personal and financial data ultimately became the focus of the WIDoJ investigation.

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This was despicable.

How about the charges against Aaron Shock? The former GOP House of Representatives member from Peopria, Illinois, Ohwas indicted for misuse of campaign funds. The chief accuser was Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) a radical liberal organization designed as a counterweight to Judicial Watch. The presiding judge in the case complained the proseution misled him Shock was seen as a viable opponent of Senator Dick Durbin. Shock was forced to resign from Congress. His case is still pending.

Oh there are others; how about Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Arizona? He was convicted of contempt of court for a contemptible court which ordered he do not do his job and arrest illegal aliens. The prosecution was clearly political, and we all know it.

I could go on and on, but you get the idea; the Democrats and the Progressives are actively using the power of the STate to suppress their opponenets. This is the Chicago Way that Barack Obama has now made part of the Amrican landscape.

And it is being used to target an outsider, Eric Greitens. Now, I am no lover of Greitens, but this is so clearly a vile political attack dressed as law enforcement. The prosecutor should be punished for this.

My brother Brian is possibly going to write about this in the upcoming days. Stay tuned!

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