prosecutions

‘Walls Are Closing In’ on the Democrats

Roger Kimball, American Greatness

A few suggested courses of action the president might take in his second term (some parts of which might be started even now). First, to discourage such frivolous, wholly partisan efforts to overturn the results of a free, open, and democratic election, people who have committed felonies by leaking classified material or lying under oath should be prosecuted. Second, as for removing the “stain” of impeachment, I propose that when the House flips to the Republicans again next year, a bill be introduced rescinding President Trump’s impeachment and publicly exonerating him of any and all wrongdoing. Third, I suggest that Barack Obama retroactively be impeached since the media and Democrats enjoy it so much.

Yes, Aliens, Including Illegal Aliens, Vote In Our Elections

We applaud U.S. Attorney Robert J. Higdon, Jr. for his investigation into vote fraud in the Eastern District of North Carolina that led to the indictment of 20 individuals on vote fraud and other charges and urge his colleagues across the country to conduct similar investigations.

Scandal, Corruption, Lawbreaking — And So What?

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

Attorney General Sessions must find muscular, ambitious, and combative prosecutors (preferably from outside Washington, D.C., and preferably existing federal attorneys), direct them to call a Grand Jury, and begin collating information from congressional investigations to get to the bottom of what is likely one of gravest scandals in post-war American history: the effort to use the federal government to thwart the candidacy of an unpopular presidential candidate and then to smear and ruin his early tenure as president.