you’re more sensible than I am you’ve ceased to pay attention to the news, you’re already aware of the “Hunter Biden laptop” controversy and the way the Usurper Regime, and its Big Tech and media allies have striven to prevent any public discussion of it. The evidence on that laptop, combined with other evidence of Biden family corruption, is so damning that it cannot be permitted any smidgen of public notice. And now it’s developed that there’s still more evidence available of the “big guy’s” corruption: – and that the Usurpers are desperate to suppress it:
In a diary of US President Joe Biden’s daughter Ashley, which has now been confirmed as authentic by the New York Times and the FBI, Ashley Biden describes drug abuse and affairs as well as “inappropriate” showers with her father Joe. She also asks herself the question “Have I been abused?” and replies with “I think so.”
A copy of President Joe Biden’s daughter’s diary has allegedly proven to be real. The FBI searched several apartments as part of an investigation into the alleged theft, media reports.
Is this susceptible to even the mildest degree of doubt? Joe Biden, a man who publicly and routinely sniffs and fondles girls and women – including underage girls unable to resist him? Joe Biden, who’s remarked in public about how little girls “love my leg hair?” Joe Biden, notorious for swimming in the nude while surrounded by female Secret Service agents?
As with the Hunter Biden laptop, the Usurpers are desperate to suppress the story:
The FBI searched the homes of two employees of the Project Veritas disclosure platform on Thursday, as several media reported. The raids over which the first New York Times reported on Friday had a little over a year after the publication of the entire contents of Ashley Biden’s diary by the conservative US newspaper National File took place. Project Veritas stressed that it had nothing to do with the release of extracts in October 2020, but was apparently involved in the alleged “theft” of the 40-year-old’s diary.
The FBI appeared at the homes of several past and present employees and handed over a subpoena with a cover letter asking Project Veritas “not to divulge the existence of the subpoena … in order to protect the confidentiality of the investigation,” James said O’Keefe, founder and CEO of Project Veritas, in a video message on Friday, accusing the FBI of trying to “silence” him.
It’s not like we were completely unaware of the proclivities of the Usurper-in-Chief. The business about showering with his daughter is merely a fetid icing for an already rancid cake. But the attempt to keep the story out of the news by blatantly harassing one of the few journalistic organizations known for both actual journalism and absolute integrity goes beyond even the Biden family’s previous turpitude. Moreover, it’s likely to backfire on the Usurpers. Remember the old saw, “It’s not the crime but the coverup” — ?
As bad as that is, the politicization of justice knows no bounds:
Judge Bruce Schroeder of the Kenosha County Court accused prosecutors of a “grave constitutional violation” in the murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse on Wednesday morning after they tried to comment on his earlier reactions to testimony in the case.
Rittenhouse stunned observers by taking the witness stand in his own defense, something that defendants rarely do in such trials. He recalled the events of Aug. 25 last year, when he fired on members of a mob attacking him during a Black Lives Matter riot. As he began to describe the events leading to the shootings, he broke down, and the trial took a brief recess.
When Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger began his cross-examination, he began by noting that Rittenhouse had opportunities to watch videos of the riot, and to read articles about it, during the months since his arrest. Rittenhouse said that he had seen most of the videos during the trial, and that he tried to avoid reading articles on the Internet about his case because they tended to be inaccurate.
The prosecution then noted that Rittenhouse had been able to watch all of the previous witnesses in the trial, implying that Rittenhouse may have constructed his version of events from previous testimony, rather than his own recollection of events.
At that point, the judge ordered the jury to leave the courtroom. When they had left, he berated the prosecution:
Judge: You need to account for this.
Defense attorney: Your Honor — I don’t want the jury to hear — he’s commenting on my client’s right to remain silent.
Prosecutor: No, Your Honor. I am making the point that after hearing everything int he case, now he’s tailoring his story to what has already been introduced.
Judge: The problem is, this is a grave constitutional violation for you to talk about the defendant’s silence, and that is — and you’re right on the borderline, and you may be over it. But it better stop.
Judge Schroeder stopped short of saying that he would declare a mistrial, but it was evident from his demeanor that he was on the edge. Because the trial is so close to going to the jury, if the judge were to declare a mistrial, it would almost certainly be with prejudice, which would prevent the charges from being raised again. At least one commentator thinks that’s what the prosecution wants, as it would provide a veneer of exculpation for its inability to get a conviction.
The political persecution of Kyle Rittenhouse isn’t really about Kyle Rittenhouse. Self-defense is on trial. Guns are on trial as well. It seems it’s all one-sided, however. Depriving an American citizen of the right to self-defense only applies to the Left’s political opponents.
Indeed. There has been essentially no prosecution of the rioters of that infamous night in Kenosha. They’ve been allowed to do as they please, however violent or destructive. But that an American teenager should dare to stand against them in defense of his family’s property – armed, at that – is unacceptable. Why, it calls into question why we have government-employed, taxpayer-funded police forces!
An increasing number of Americans are routinely going armed whenever away from their homes. Indeed, many householders now keep a firearm within reach at all times, including when at home. The Left is apoplectic about this. The widespread ownership of firearms limits their ability to terrorize the nation. Now that their constant accusations of “racism” are in the sewer where they belong, intimidation is all they have left.
There’s a moral in this, Gentle Reader. Machiavelli could tell you. In fact, he did:
Before all else, be armed. – Niccolo Macchiavelli