President Donald Trump and his organization have been formally cleared by federal prosecutors in New York of any wrongdoing regarding accusations of sending hush money payments, killing another canard pushed by Democrats and the fake news media to paint Trump as a criminal worthy of impeachment.
A judge is ordering federal prosecutors to release information about their probe into the Trump organization after finding no evidence to charge Trump or any of his executives with crimes. The investigation stemmed from alleged reimbursement payments to former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen for money that he paid to keep a Trump mistresses quiet. Trump has denied any affairs or wrongdoing from the start.
“The campaign finance violations discussed in the Materials are a matter of national importance,” wrote US District Court Judge William Pauley in his final decision. “Now that the Government’s investigation into those violations has concluded, it is time that every American has an opportunity to scrutinize the Materials.”
Prosecutors claimed that the alleged hush money payments constituted illegal campaign contributions, but no evidence could be produced to charge anyone with a crime. A Trump lawyer noted this legal victory as another feather in his client’s cap, as he continues to outmaneuver the deep state’s witch hunt against him.
“We are pleased that the investigation surrounding these ridiculous campaign finance allegations is now closed. We have maintained from the outset that the President never engaged in any campaign finance violation,” Trump’s lawyer Jay Sekulow said.
Cohen is serving jail time after pleading guilty to to eight counts, including two counts of campaign-violence violations. He claims he paid off porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy playmate Karen McDougal on behalf of Trump to keep them quiet about affairs with the President in 2016.
It is very possible that Cohen received poor legal advice from his attorney Lanny Davis, a Clinton crony of many decades, who whined publicly about the closing of the investigation.
“Why is Michael Cohen … the only member of the Trump company to be prosecuted and imprisoned?” he said. “Especially since prosecutors found that virtually all of Michael’s admitted crimes were done at the direction of and for the benefit of Donald Trump? Why?”
Cohen did his best to reinforce all of the narratives from the fake news and the Democratic Party when he gave public statements about his relationship with Trump, probably in the hopes that it would buy him some leniency from the courts.
“Recently, the President Tweeted a statement calling me weak, and he was correct, but for a much different reason than he was implying. It was because time and time again I felt it was my duty to cover up his dirty deeds rather than to listen to my own inner voice and my moral compass,” Cohen said in court last year.
“My weakness can be characterized as a blind loyalty to Donald Trump, and I was weak for not having the strength to question and to refuse his demands,” he added.
Despite Cohen’s histrionic testimony, no evidence could be produced to convict Trump or his associates of any crime.
The judge said he will allow certain redactions to unrelated parties and law enforcement personnel who investigated the case when material related from the case is released to the public.
Report: AG Bill Barr’s ‘Unmasking’ Probe Has Concluded Without Any Charges Against Obama Administration
Accountability is never coming.
Those who “trusted the plan” that Attorney General Bill Barr was going to clean up the deep state and put corrupt actors from the Obama administration to justice are learning a hard lesson in how the swamp works.
Barr, who initially served under globalist President George H.W. Bush and was responsible for orchestrating the heinous Ruby Ridge atrocity, is reportedly not going to charge anyone from the Obama regime for the “unmasking” of their political opponents in the Russia-gate scandal.
According to the Washington Post, the investigation ordered by Barr has concluded without “finding any substantive wrongdoing.” U.S. Attorney John Bash is the man who was tasked with this investigation by Barr, and he is allegedly using his authority to protect the deep state from being held accountable for the greatest crime in American history. Barr’s office is hiding Bash’s findings from the public.
Bash announced his departure from the Department of Justice on Oct. 5 but never mentioned the unmasking probe. The AG’s office has seemingly done everything in its power to keep this information under wraps, similar to what has been done with the probe into the origins of the Russian collusion scandal that is being conducted by U.S. Attorney John Durham.
Big League Politics has reported on the likelihood that the investigation has been a sham all along, meant to rope in Trump supporters and keep them docile while all the corruption is covered up:
Trump supporters are waiting with baited breath for U.S. Attorney John Durham to come out with his explosive findings in regards to his investigation into the origins of the Russian collusion probe against President Trump.
According to Judicial Watch founder Tom Fitton, Trump supporters are getting taken for a ride. Fitton said during a recent appearance on Fox Business’ “Lou Dobbs Tonight” that Barr and Durham are making no progress on investigating what very well may be the worst criminal conspiracy in U.S. history.
“You know, my concern is it’s been, what, sixteen-plus months since Durham was appointed and only now is he questioning Mr. Brennan,” Fitton said.
Fitton said that he is inclined to believe disgraced former CIA Director John Brennan when he says that he is not a person of interest in Durham’s investigation.
“I don’t see grand juries operating. I don’t see a bunch of witnesses coming in. I don’t see lawyers complaining about their clients being brought in before Durham,” Fitton said.
He said that the Mueller investigation was run much more thoroughly than Durham’s so-called investigation, the goal of which appears to be protecting the deep state.
“You know when the government is being pressure on witnesses and subjects and that is not evident here,” Fitton said, adding that it is his opinion that Durham is “not doing the work” needed to bring deep state criminals to justice.
Fitton did not object to Dobbs’ characterization that he is calling the Durham a “sham.”
“I’ll have to tell you. I’m a little concerned that the FBI is no longer an investigative agency because if this is the way they operate, it’s going to take them decades to deal with anything of real complexity,” Dobbs said.
“Well, [FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith] wasn’t arrested but they managed to arrest Stephen Bannon. The comparison and contrasting to me is just remarkable,” Fitton responded.
President Trump is getting the picture that he along with the American public have been had by AG Barr and other veteran deep staters.
“If that’s the case, I’m very disappointed,” Trump told Rush Limbaugh last week. “I think it’s a terrible thing, and I will say it to [Barr’s] face.”
If President Trump loses in November, Russia-gate will be swept under the rug, and the obscene and illicit operations conducted against Trump by his political opposition will be legitimized forevermore.
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