A One-Two-Three for Fundamental Corruption of the Rule of Law

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One problem with President Donald Trump is that he’s like a flashy object in a pile of stuff.  Other things may be more significant, but he draws attention. On PowerLine, John Hinderaker connects some dots for one of those things:

So it appears that what happened here is that Democratic Party activists in the Department of Homeland Security either created a bogus document or dug up a poorly-researched draft document that had never been issued, and fed it to Democratic Party activists at the Associated Press. The Democratic Party activists at the AP published a story based on the anonymous document, which two Democratic Party activists on the [judiciary] bench used as a pretext for orders enjoining the president’s travel order.

This is how an ideological and partisan group constructs narratives, with a one-two-three from insider bureaucrats to judges who overstep their offices to undermine the elected president.  This stuff is inimical to a free society and the rule of law no matter which political side does it.



  • Mike678

    Nothing new here. Both sides do it, though the Dems tend to make a science of it. Look at the ‘Russian” scandal. No proof/evidence as of yet–just innuendo and repetition in place of logic. It doesn’t matter if evidence is found or not–to the hateful, fact-free Dems he’s all ready guilty and they’ll beat that drum for years to come. And they wonder why people are turning against them…

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