Demonic Dems aim to doom Trump presidency

October 30, 2019

On the cusp of Halloween, Democrat congressional ghouls are lighting the fire under the impeachment caldron. The House Rules Committee will debate this contemptible 8-page resolution today to provide a “pathway forward” for the impeachment of President Trump.

When President Trump recently used the word “lynching” to describe this outrageous action against him, he was castigated for appropriating a term that one race now thinks it owns.

The word Holocaust has long been used to describe the Nazi’s systematic slaughter of 6 million Jews during WWII. In recent years has been appropriated to describe the legalized murders of pre-born human babies at the hands of abortionists since the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. These figures are based on the numbers used by the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute, a division of Planned Parenthood of America.

In both instances, Holocaust describes gruesome, unconscionable deaths; the taking of innocent lives by those who considered them inconsequential.

President Trump is indeed being lynched by a ferocious mob, though they are wearing business suits instead of white hoods. They are assembled in congress rather than driving down back country roads after nightfall carrying torches to terrorize, torture and kill blacks. 

Yes. Words have meaning. President Trump has been maligned, demonized and colluded against since the day of his Jan. 20, 2017 inauguration. The left-wing Hillary-supporting media, congressional Democrats and Hollywood elites have dedicated themselves to defaming and conducting a witch hunt against him.

Earlier today, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) summed up the Democrat‘s actions stating:

“They have denied President Trump basic due process and are cutting his counsel out of the process in an unprecedented way. The House Democrats new resolution does not change any of that. The draft resolution that has been released does nothing of the sort. It falls way short, way short.” He added, “It does not confer on President Trump the most basic rights of due process or seemingly alter Chairman Schiff’s unfair process in the House Intelligence Committee in any way whatsoever.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), nearly 80, who has lost control to the radical “squad,” young enough to be her granddaughters, has back-pedaled on her lack of enthusiasm to impeach. Now she is moving forward with ferocious vigor.

U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), an extreme leftist partisan who has conducted closed door meetings with the single goal of removing the elected President of the United States, has bared his fangs in anticipation of the kangaroo court proceedings. Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs (R-CD5) exposed Schiff in this commentary.

The Bible instructs us to gird our loins for the upcoming battle.


No Wray of hope at the FBI

October 19, 2019

American Greatness posts an intriguing report titled, “Christopher Wray Has Some Explaining to Do.” The attorney author, who uses a pseudonym, reveals that although FBI director Wray promised the bureau would be better at complying with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), he has actually fought hard against transparency and accountability. We’ve previously written, “knowledge is power.” After reading this, it’s apparent that certainty is no longer assured.

Editors’ note: We will be unable to monitor comments today. For that reason, the comment section is turned off.


MC Assessor Paul Petersen indicted in multi-state adoption fraud & Updates

October 10, 2019

Things are not looking good for Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen.  Following raids on his home and law office, he’s been indicted in a bizarre international adoption scheme involving bringing pregnant women from the Marshall Islands to homes that he owned until they gave birth. The maneuver involved paying birth mothers and unlawfully selling the babies to adoptive parents. Initially, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office and the Utah Attorney General’s Office were involved in charging Petersen. But he has not escaped the attention of authorities in Arkansas where 19 federal felony charges relating to smuggling, wire fraud, mail fraud, visa fraud, and money laundering have been filed against him.

There is a quirky angle to this strange case. If the Marshall Islands sound familiar, it’s because a remote one of them was a favorite haunt of single term AZ Sen. Jeff Flake. Younger and buff as a congressman, and consumed by fits of bravado, he ventured there alone…except for his tripod and camera.

It was not happenstance that this remote chain of islands caught the attention of Flake and Petersen. They are also a prolific base for LDS Church proselytizing, and are where Petersen served his two-year church mission.

Petersen’s chatty bio on the assessor’s website describes him as a fifth-generation Arizonan with ties to territorial days, a husband and father of four and most interestingly, “continues to practice law from his Mesa-based law office…and remains committed to helping people all across the country in their effort to adopt children. He has helped guide families through this complicated process for nearly 15 years and has provided counsel for adoptive and birth parents alike in hundreds of adoption cases since the beginning of his adoption practice.” Peterson further notes he is admitted to practice law in Arizona and several other states. Petersen did double duty as general counsel for Bright Star Adoptions, an agency that operates out of the same building as his law office. His legal bio remains accessible on the State Bar’s website.

The 32-count AZ Attorney General’s indictment (visible here) alleges conspiracy, theft, forgery and 29 counts of fraudulent schemes.

Petersen and his co-defendant Lynwood Jennet, a Marshallese woman who aided in the fraud, are accused in the indictment of illegally obtaining services from Arizona’s Medicaid system for the women, while falsely claiming the women were Arizona residents. Petersen is accused of bilking the state out of $814,000, according to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. On his (now inaccessible) law office website, Petersen noted he charges $40,000 per adoption.

During Petersen’s initial court appearance, a $500,000 cash bond was ordered as well as the relinquishment of his passport, since he is deemed a potential flight risk.

Paul Petersen remains in jail and Arizona elected officials are demanding he step down from his post as Maricopa County Assessor. Duane Kees, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas announced at a Wednesday news conference that if Petersen is found guilty of all of the federal charges in Arkansas alone, he could be sentenced up to 315 years in prison and be fined $5 million.

Oct. 28, 2019: The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to suspend Paul Petersen for 120 days from his position as Maricopa County Assessor citing “neglect of duty.”  The board does not have the authority to remove him from office. He has been in police custody since Oct. 8.

Oct. 28, 2019: Petersen posted bond and was released from custody.

 


Inexperienced applicant to lead MC Attorney’s Office

October 4, 2019

Allister Adel selected over accomplished prosecutors

The front page headline declares: “1st woman named county attorney.”  A citizen’s committee doing the job that should have fallen to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, vetted the applicants to fill the top position left vacant when longtime elected County Attorney Bill Montgomery was appointed to the Arizona Supreme Court. The supervisors then named Montgomery’s replacement.

The list was pared down to five applicants, three of whom were experienced prosecutors, with backgrounds as bureau or division chiefs in one of the nation’s largest prosecutorial agencies, serving over 4 million residents in the fourth largest and fasted growing county in the U.S.

According to the County Attorney’s website, there are over 900 full-time employees, including attorneys, investigators, paralegals, victim advocates and support staff.

One of the applicants, a former chief deputy, was currently serving as interim county attorney. Another applicant has experience as a criminal section chief at the United States Attorney’s Office. There was one male among the five applicants.

Selected to run the massive prosecutorial office was Allister Adel, who provides consulting services for nonprofits and small businesses. She worked for the Arizona Department of Transportation and the Arizona Department of Child Safety. Her bio lists her work with the City of Phoenix “to fund a fellowship space and butterfly garden at Starfish Place, a transitional housing facility for trafficking survivors and their families.” Adel previously served a short stint for the office she will now lead. She will have to run to retain the office in 2021.

Arizona has long been in the forefront of having capable women in high ranking positions. Lorna Lockwood — born in 1903 in the Arizona territory — is notable for being the first woman in the nation to become Chief Justice of a state Supreme Court serving in that capacity twice. She passed the bar in 1925 and was a state legislator and Superior Court Judge before ascending to the Arizona Supreme Court in 1960 — paving the nearly identical career path Sandra O’Connor eventually took to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Our state legislature and judicial branch are filled with women and Arizona has had four female governors. Women have been elected secretary of state, attorney general, state treasurer, and superintendent of public instruction. In 1998, Arizona women known as the ‘Fab Five,’ held all top offices simultaneously, a national first. In 1944, Jewel Jordan served as Maricopa County Sheriff.

Gender is no longer a groundbreaking issue. The people of Maricopa County deserved to have the County Attorney’s vacancy filled by an experienced prosecutor, rising from within the ranks of the office. That person is not Allister Adel.


Mark Levin rips press lies, shadowy impeachment source

September 30, 2019

Today we take you directly to Media Research Center’s NewsBusters compelling video clips from Sunday’s Fox & Friends. The brief but powerful segments feature guest Mark Levin’s spirited and masterful exchange with Ed Henry on the Democrat efforts to impeach President Donald Trump, based on claims made by an anonymous “whistleblower.” The accompanying text is written by Executive Editor, Tim Graham.

Early in his career, conservative icon and brilliant Constitutional lawyer Levin worked in President Ronald Reagan’s administration and was chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese. He is chairman of the prestigious Landmark Legal Foundation, has authored numerous books, and hosts “Life, Liberty & Levin,” on Fox. Levin founded Conservative Review TV.

Regardless of what else you do today, make watching this linked exchange a priority. We all owe a debt of gratitude to Brent Bozell’s NewsBusters for its efforts “Exposing and Combating Liberal Media Bias” for over 3 decades.


Deviant Dem megadonor Ed Buck finally arrested after 3rd man overdoses & Update

September 20, 2019

Two other men died after participating in sexual fetishes, including Buck administering injections of methamphetamines

Longtime Arizona residents will have no trouble recalling how the leftist Arizona Republic chronicled and canonized the effort to impeach conservative Gov. Evan Mecham. We’ve been inundated with praiseful accounts of a certain war hero, but few are aware Mecham left college to join the U.S. Army Air Corps during the height of World War II, receiving training as a fighter pilot. He was shot down and held as a prisoner of war receiving an Air Medal and Purple Heart for his valiant service. Active in his church and a successful businessman, he served in the state senate before winning a three-way race for governor in 1986.

Former readers of the extremist rag, masquerading as a disseminator of news, will recall the infamous photo of a then-young Ed Buck, delivering recall petitions to the State Capitol. That brash young man is older— with a head of white hair — but certainly not wiser.

Buck, a name he altered from Buckmelter, was a homosexual activist who organized the recall shortly after Mecham’s inauguration.

Columnist EJ Montini and the newspaper served as ‘Cheerleaders for Buck,’ who at the time appeared to come from central casting:  young, fresh-faced, and gay…the radical “trifecta.”

The newspaper happily embraced all efforts including a successful impeachment to take down Gov. Mecham. He was eventually cleared in a criminal trial, but not before he was removed from office. Mecham’s unforgivable flaw was his conservative political bent.

After doing his damage here, Buck left the desert for Tinseltown, where his basic lack of character eventually caught up with him — despite the willful blindness of the myriad Democrats with whom he hobnobbed and financially benefited. Ed Buck, 65, is finally in police custody.

Seeing Red AZ covered Buck’s deadly sexual predatory proclivities in this January 2019 post,Dem donor Ed Buck, 2 dead men and counting & Update,“ after the second of two gay men had been found dead in his West Hollywood apartment. The third man who managed to escape, survived a methamphetamine overdose, turned out to be one too many and slippery Ed Buck shown in this KTLA 5 news report cowering in the back seat of a police car after being charged by the Los Angeles County District Attorney with 3 felony counts connected to operating a drug house — which he mysteriously evaded far too long. The deaths are not charged in this complaint. Buck’s bond has been set at $4 million. It’s unlikely any of the prominent state and federal Democrat candidates — Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Adam Schiff, among the recipients of Buck’s generous campaign donations — will reciprocate, helping to spring their deviant donor. 

Buck has given more than $500,000 to a wide array of Democrat groups and candidates, including Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Gov. Gavin Newsom and L.A. County District Attorney Jackie Lacey — obviously attempting to curry favor with the powerful who are current office holders. The DCCC has reportedly received at least $5,000 from Buck. AZ Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s PAC, Getting Stuff Done, (GSD-PAC) was a recipient of Buck’s generosity, separate from his donations to her campaign, which she ultimately returned. She’s a self-identified “bi-sexual” which no doubt made her even more worthy of his support.

In a motion filed Wednesday, prosecutors set the high bail identifying Buck as a “violent, dangerous sexual predator,” noting he “offered drugs, money and shelter to mainly addicted and homeless men in exchange for participating in sexual fetishes, including a fetish that involved administering dangerous doses of drugs.”

Buck “has no regard for human life,” the motion correctly assessed.

American Thinker has an important update on deviant Ed Buck and his connection to high ranking democrats. Columnist Monica Showalter exposes, The New York Times has been trying to dismiss the arrest of Ed Buck, a Democratic fatcat … as a “small-time Democratic donor,” but the facts on the ground suggest he was a rather big one. And maybe that’s a function of the paper’s desire to protect its masters, the Democrats. They aren’t known as Democratic operatives with bylines for nothing.”


Destitute invaders sue US gov’t aided by leftist lawyer

September 18, 2019

American citizens, weary of the invasion of our sovereign border, first by Mexican nationals and then by hundreds of thousands of Central Americans, have a new problem to deal with.  Feeding, clothing, housing, educating their children, providing free medical services and incarcerating the criminals among them is not enough.

These impoverished foreign nationals, warmly referred to by their advocates as “migrants,” are now suing us.

How can that be you might ask. They don’t speak English. They have broken into our country as surely as if they rammed their way through the front door of our home. They have no money to hire lawyers. 

Yet somehow they are able to accuse the U.S. government, claiming “the Trump administration has violated the rights of asylum-seekers through the arbitrary and capricious implementation of a virtual asylum ban at the southern border.”

Pretty fancy jargon for over 125 uneducated illegal aliens — described as “mothers and children.” Discerning American citizens no doubt smell a rat. An Arizona Capitol Times editorial  by former Gov. Jan Brewer illuminates the Trump administration’s implementation of DNA testing at the border, substantiating many of the children are exploited, and not even related to the adults with whom they they are traveling. Children are used to provide legitimacy to their claims of seeking asylum.

Fortunately, the U.S. Supreme Court just ruled the administration can bar illegal aliens from applying for asylum if they pass through another country — routinely Mexico — without seeking asylum there before arriving in the United States.

Hopefully, the lawsuit, filed by Virginia/D.C. based immigration lawyer Hassan M. Ahmed, will put to rest his political aspirations. Taking a substantial hit, Ahmad lost the June 11, 2019 primary for a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates — the equivalent of a state legislator in Arizona.

Describing himself as a “progressive Democrat” he threatened:

“The people of Northern Virginia need for our next representative to be more than a reliable Democratic vote; we need an advocate, someone who can work within the rules when they benefit everyone and will bring the community together to change them when they don’t.”

An anti-Second Amendment and NRA reviler who blithely flings the word “racist” around to describe Republicans, Ahmad advocated “undertaking an investigation into the extent of the damage the NRA has done to the health of our communities in Virginia, and hold this extreme organization to account.”

What he considers “extreme” doesn’t include innocent life, which has no relevance to the immoral pro-abortion crusader. He claims that both the criminal justice and immigration systems are badly broken. Hassan Ahmad must be gauging them by his own moral compass.