Author: randymalmquist


James S. Robbins | USA Today Opinion – FEBRUARY 4, 2019 The main takeaway from informal presidential adviser Roger Stone’s arraignment Tuesday is that the Russian collusion narrative has collapsed. If there were anything there, we’d know about it by now. Stone was hauled in to federal court Friday morning after a theatrical, televised arrestthat should be the subject of a Justice Department investigation or congressional inquiry. Why the excessive threat of force? Though CNN denies it, many still wonder whether the network was tipped off. The extreme intimidation tactic might have been intended to send a message, but it only tended to confirm the biases of those who see special counsel Robert Mueller’s entire effort as a rogue operation. The “process crimes” Stone is charged with, such as lying and witness tampering, are potentially serious. But he was not charged with facilitating Trump campaign collusion with Russian hackers, and the indictment itself gives little reason to believe there ever were any. Read...

Read More

Covington Kids Lawyer Announces Who They’re Going To Sue For Defamation

Robert Barnes, the lawyer for the Covington Catholic High students, has announced lawsuits for those that continue to slander these innocent children. Barnes gave media and celebrities 48 hours to retract their statements before he proceeded to press charges. Speaking to Alex Jones Thursday, Barnes listed a number of journalists, celebrities and social media personalities who will be sued as they’ve yet to retract false statements made about the boys. Barnes said former CNN contributor Reza Aslan, who asked his Twitter followers if they’d ever seen a “more punchable face,” will definitely be included in the lawsuit. Honest question. Have you ever seen a more punchable face than this kid’s? — Reza Aslan (@rezaaslan) January 20, 2019 New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman is also included in the lawsuit after suggesting the boys should be expelled. There are dozens of students laughing and egging on the behavior. Will be interesting to see if anyone is actually expelled, as officials suggest is possible — Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) January 20, 2019 D-list actor Michael Rapaport will also be sued over a profanity and pedophiliac rant aimed at the students on...

Read More