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Sign petition to remove Judge Sullivan from bench

Sign petition to remove Judge Sullivan from bench

We the People ask Congress to act on an issue: Impeach & remove Judge Emmet G. Sullivan for obvious hyper-partisan buffoonery in the trial of Lt Gen. Michael T. Flynn.

Description: To maintain the integrity of our judicial system; not for personal vendettas.


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Saturday, May 23, 2020

Morning Cappuccino - sign petition to remove Judge Sullivan from bench

We the People ask the federal government to call on congress to act on an issue: Impeach & remove Judge Emmet G. Sullivan for obvious hyper-partisan buffoonery in the trial of Lt Gen. Michael T. Flynn.

Description: To maintain the integrity of our judicial system; not for personal vendettas.

Please copy & paste this link and spread it around the interwebs. To quote Instapundit, "Punch back back twice as hard."

*May 23, 1934

Murderous American armed robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow are ambushed by  police and killed on a rural road in Bienville Parish, near the small town of  Gibsland in northern Louisiana.

The young criminal couple traveled the Central United States with their gang from 1932-34, and were known for their daring bank robberies, although they preferred to  rob small stores or rural gas stations. They are believed to have murdered at least  nine police officers and four civilians.

Their crime spree occurred at the height of the Great Depression, which hit  particularly hard in states such as Oklahoma. Several bank robbers during this period became famous as “Robin Hood” figures who struck back against the banks, which many people viewed as oppressive. Their exploits captured the attention of  the American press which sensationalized their bloody exploits and flamboyant  encounters with police during what is occasionally referred to as the "public enemy era."

Bonnie & Clyde were eventually betrayed by a friend, and police officers from Texas  and Louisiana ambushed the couple on a rural road that fateful afternoon in May. After the  criminal couple attempted to flee the roadblock, police opened fire, killing them.

Police eventually towed the bullet-riven car to a nearby town, with the bodies still inside. That too became a spectacle; some 16,000, by later estimates, lurked  around town hoping for a glimpse of the infamous pair. The car in which Bonnie and  Clyde died is still viewable in the casino at Whiskey Pete's in Primm, Nevada.

Officially, the coroner found 17 entrance wounds on Clyde and 26 on Bonnie. The  bodies were so mangled that the funeral home had trouble embalming them. “When all was said and done,” one officer said later, “they weren’t nothing but a bunch of  wet rags.”

Both criminals are buried in Dallas, Texas.

On to today's stuff

Smokeshow press secretary McEnany spanks W.H. reporters, assigns them homework over holiday in jaw-dropping presser (VIDEO)
"The mainstream media’s continued insistence on ignoring or downplaying the scandal surrounding the improper investigation into and prosecution of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn prompted White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany into giving them a veritable schoolroom “spanking” this Friday

Apparently, during a briefing earlier in the week McEnany read out a list of questions that she’d felt any real journalist ought to be asking right now of the Flynn scandal.

“I laid out a series of questions that any good journalist would want to answer about why people were unmasked... and I just wanted to follow up with you guys on that. Did anyone take it upon themselves to pose any questions about Michael Flynn and unmasking the President Obama spokesperson?” she explained at Friday’s briefing.

But had any of the “journalists” in the briefing room sought to answer them?

Nope.

And so it was time for a spanking."
I still want to have her baby.


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