Obama/Holder actions ought to bring to mind a picture of TYRANNY – in the words of Stalin’s secret police chief, Lavrentiy Beria: “Show me the man and I’ll find you the crime.”
Justice, is being redefined by this administration – even if allegations made against conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza in a federal indictment on campaign finance violations prove to be true, legal experts and former federal regulatory authorities, the government’s handling of the case has been unusual, but then again, so are the cases of non-enforcement of federal marijuana laws (which is violating international treaties), as did the pre-election lies about Benghazi, … which led to the “probation violation” of Nakoula Bassily Nakoula, the man attempting to show the slaughter of thousands of Coptic Christians by Muslims.
“These are clearly cases of selective prosecution / selective non-enforcement – this current political regime has slipped into LAWLESS!
Federal prosecutors indicted D’Souza last week on two felony counts, charging that he promised to reimburse others if they would contribute to an unnamed Senate candidate, an offense that carries a maximum sentence of two years in prison, and causing false statements to be made to the FEC, which carries a maximum of five years.
Prosecutors allege that D’Souza illicitly directed a total of $20,000 in donations, with the money reportedly going to the New York Senate campaign of Republican Wendy Long, a long-time friend, who was handily defeated by Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand in last November’s election.
Sound like it is coming from higher places? Hard to believe this did not come from “higher-up” in D.C.?
The U.S. Justice Department’s move against a popular conservative intellectual — D’Souza served as an adviser to President Ronald Reagan and most recently produced the box office blockbuster film “2016: Obama’s America,” which offered a harsh criticism of the president’s world view as anti-American — has raised hackles on the right. D’Souza supporters claim the charges are politically motivated and that the Obama critic is being treated differently than the average defendant.