On the morning Donald Trump won the presidency, no one was happier than I. It seemed as if a black cloud had been lifted overhead. I had felt that the nation was overly inhabited not just by illegal aliens for the last eight years, but in fact had been seized by nearly every imaginable evil element from “outer space” – inter-stellar Muslims and black-Muslims, to anarchists, to atheists, to radical anti-male feminists and radical gay, lesbian and trangender activists, and last but not least to socialists and communists. While this may seem like an exaggeration, I felt that way nevertheless. Making matters worse was the arrogant anti-white, anti-Semitic and anti-Christian strut and attitude of our current president, one Barack Hussein Obama, a man so filled with not too disguised disdain, stoked by his even more hateful wife, Michelle, that I frankly did not feel welcome in the reshaped country he pursued relentlessly. On my numerous trips to Washington, D.C., it seemed as if the city had been hijacked and occupied by every subversive Barack and Michelle Obama could find to further their anti-American agenda.
Coupled with this was a sick feeling that should Hillary Clinton have won the presidency – along with her degenerate husband, Bill, as “First Pervert” and her lovely, criminally minded daughter, Chelsea, the greaser of the Clinton Foundation – the nation would surely go down for the count. And, along with the “Three Clinton Criminal Stooges,” would come the rodent-like felons around them, lowlifes like Harold Ickes, John Podesta, Cheryl Mills, Terry McAuliffe and many others. It would have been the end of the United States.
While I could not, as the head of a public interest group, endorse any candidate for the presidency, in my heart I wanted Trump to win. While The Donald sometimes used inappropriate language to further his candidacy, his heart and strong will were in the same place as mine. The goal: to dismantle the establishment and show them the door. The Republican establishment, not just the Democratic one, had rolled over to the Obamas, Clintons and their ilk at every turn. The cowards were in effect Obama’s and Clintons’ yes men, afraid that they would be branded racists or sexists if they actually applied real force as an opposition party that controlled both houses of the legislature to stop the march to deconstruct the vision of our Founding Fathers and throw the country into complete dictatorial tyranny. We were already seeing the severe effects of their “Mien Kampf,” with the civil war they had ignited against law enforcement of all colors being murdered nearly every day by the Obama, Clinton allies known as Black Lives Matter, Nation of Islam, Al Sharpton, the New Black Panthers Party and of course that vile Nazi-collaborator, billionaire George Soros, who was largely financing this anarchy – all of whom a brave Dallas Police Department Sgt. Demetrick Pennie and I had sued in a Dallas federal court.
With the miraculous election of Donald Trump as president, the good people of this country had thrown off the yoke of Obama- and Clinton-inspired slavery, furthered by the corrupt establishments of both political parties. A new day had dawned, and the United States was being given by God a second chance to right the ship of state.
In the next few weeks after the 2016 elections, The Donald, continuing to be under pressure from the dishonest mainstream media, headed up by the likes of CNN, the New York Times and the Washington Post, held his ground and appointed stellar persons to the next government, the likes of Sen. Jeff Sessions, Gen. Michael Flynn and Rep. Mike Pompeo. To round out his early appointments, I continued to pray that Trump would soon appoint former New York City mayor and fellow Justice Department alumnus Rudy Giuliani, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and Dr. Ben Carson to high posts in the new administration. These are fine, courageous, loyal and principled men who were at Trump’s side during the run up to Nov. 8 – unlike the traitorous Mitt Romney.
I am supportive of any new administration Trump constructs, but I am worried that our legal system will not be fully restored – because in the last 24 years, the lower federal courts have by and large been stocked with judges, mostly appointed by Presidents Clinton and Obama, who are political hacks. There a few exceptions, but the rest are few and far between. Their lack of moral and ethical honesty regrettably mirror the presidents who appointed them to the bench.
The testament to this is that it took illegal computer hacks and WikiLeaks to reveal the criminality of the Clinton crowd in the lead-up to the election, not court orders by the federal judges who had cases in Washington, D.C., administering to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests filed not just by me, but also my former group Judicial Watch, the Associated Press, the Daily Caller and a host of others. By and large, as I have previously written in my columns, these federal judges, almost exclusively Clinton and Obama appointees, had slow-rolled years of old records requests so only a handful of documents, at the Obama-Clinton State Department in particular, dealing in large part with the felonious Hillary’s private email server, would be disclosed to the citizenry before the elections.
And, this is why perhaps the most important task our new president can perform is not just to appoint honest and principled Supreme Court justices, but lower federal court judges who have the courage to represent the interests of the American people, not just the politicians who got them their jobs. But The Donald’s unnecessary recent pronouncement that his incoming Justice Department will not hold Hillary Clinton and her accomplices to account for their crimes sends a disquieting message to lower federal court judges that they can continue to cover up for the political elite.
So this Thanksgiving weekend let’s truly thank God that we have a new anti-establishment president, but let us also pray that he will have the courage to help restore the rule of law in a country that was intended to be a nation of laws and not men. To this end, Donald Trump must not only appoint honest judges, but also hold true to his campaign covenant to have the Clintons prosecuted as the poster boy and girl of a new legal order, one that fulfills the promise of 1776. For if the Clintons are allowed to get off scot-free once again, how can we expect these new federal judges to enforce the law when our chief executive, the one who appointed them, looks the other way?
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