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one side of the coin is corrupt and anti-American, anti-Constitution, anti-Christian, anti-gun,



Trump is the other side. I'm with Trump. Real Americans are, too.

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yes, an honest above corruption new attorney can continue the "investigation"

into the matter, instead of a corrupt, obaMao favoring hack.


no problem

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Preet Bahara is a Obama henchman who prosecuted Dinesh Dsousa for making a movie about Hussein Obama.


Trump may have been trying to get Bahara to leak that he was investigating Price, but he did not take the bait. Slowly Obama stool pigeons are being kicked out of office.


I don't know where you're getting your "facts" from, but D'Souza was tried and convicted for violating federal campaign finance law, not because he was an Obama critic:


"D'Souza, a frequent critic of U.S. President Barack Obama, admitted in May [2014] to illegally reimbursing two "straw donors" who donated $10,000 each to the unsuccessful 2012 U.S. Senate campaign in New York of Wendy Long, a Republican he had known since attending Dartmouth College in the early 1980s..."


"Prosecutors said D'Souza asked two friends and their spouses to contribute $10,000 each to Long's campaign and then reimbursed them. Campaign finance regulations at the time limited individual donations to $5,000 maximum during an election cycle. One friend was Denise Joseph, who was engaged to D'Souza while he was still married to another woman..."

"It was a crazy idea, it was a bad idea," D'Souza told Berman before being sentenced. "I regret breaking the law."

In fact, it was D'Souza himself and some of the more crazy right-wingers who originated the story that he was prosecuted because he was an Obama critic, yet neither they, nor him, could ever produce any evidence to support this claim:


"...Faced with overwhelming evidence [of] his guilt, the defendant now seizes upon the fact that he is an outspoken critic of the Obama administration as an excuse to avoid the consequences of his actions. The defendant presents no evidence to the Court to support his claim of selective prosecution, only speculation and idle suspicion based upon the coincidence that he has criticized the Obama administration and now is being prosecuted by the federal government during Obama’s Presidency. The defendant’s selective prosecution claim thus should be rejected."

- United States of America vs. Dinesh D'Souza, 2014

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no, the punishment didn't fit the crime. the punishment was for him being a critic of the dems.


or higgardly and billy would have been sent to jail for longer.




"In my 2010 book The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War On America, I gave the details of illegal contributions to the 2008 Obama campaign – from Hamas-controlled Gaza, no less. No one so much as batted an eye. But the idea that Dinesh D’Souza would have to undergo psychological examination for breaking the rules to support conservatives – that’s a new Stalinist mode of American politics.

Breitbart News reported in September 2014: “In addition to his five-year probation sentencing and eight months of confinement in a community confinement center — or restitution center, which will likely be completed in San Diego, California where D’Souza resides — Judge Berman ordered D’Souza to undergo ‘therapeutic counseling.’”

The idea that Dinesh would have to undergo psychological counseling is Maoist. It’s what Mao Zedong did to intellectuals and political dissidents in China. And as could have been predicted by anyone who is aware of how totalitarians have used psychology as a weapon, the psychological counseling hasn’t gone well. On Monday, Judge Berman “read aloud a report from a court-appointed psychologist who called D’Souza ‘arrogant’ and ‘intolerant of others’ feelings.’” This was in the context of Berman emphasizing that D’Souza had “to do eight hours each week for the entire five years he’s on probation and not just the eight months he was confined to a halfway house.”

Since when did being “arrogant and intolerant” – that according to a court-appointed psychologist – become a crime? The psychologist also claimed that “the client tends to deny problems and isn’t very introspective.” If that were a crime, Barack Obama should be serving a life sentence. If being arrogant and intolerant were a crime, you’d have to arrest the entire mainstream media.

Where is the outcry? Where is America? I don’t care if the enemedia isn’t writing about it. Where are decent Americans? It’s chilling. If Dinesh D’Souza is psychologically damaged in some serious way, so are millions of conservative Americans. And that’s the insidious point of his “therapeutic counseling.”

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"At first glance one is inclined to think, “you commit a crime, you deserve the punishment.” But a closer look reveals that he is not being punished equally compared to others who did the same thing - in fact he is being punished much more severely than Democrats who did much worse. There are myriads of campaign laws the average person has no idea exist. The laws have become so complex, vast - and there are multiple layers: federal, state, local laws and regulations. Many conservative intellectuals like D’Souza are vastly experienced with policy - but not campaigns/elections, which are a completely different world."



If D’Souza had simply created a Super PAC to help Long, he would have been fine, and could have even contributed an unlimited amount of money independently to assist Long. I highly doubt D’Souza knew of this slight, technical distinction, or he would have gone that route. I am a former elections attorney, and I didn’t even fully understand the difference until I just now researched it.


Let’s contrast this with what happened to former Democratic candidate for president, John Edwards, who reportedly used nearly $1 million in campaign funds to hide an extramarital affair. If convicted, he would have faced up to 30 years in prison, a much more severe penalty than the three to 10 years D’Souza was facing. According to prosecutors, Edwards accepted $725,000 from an elderly lady, other donations from a wealthy Texas attorney, and filed a false campaign report in order to funnel roughly $1 million from those sources to his mistress,


Rielle Hunter, ostensibly to keep her quiet, and an aide, Andrew Young, who pretended to be the father of Hunter’s child with Edwards. Young, who was married, later came out and denounced Edwards in a book for putting him in that position. Edwards, for his knowing and immoral shenanigans, served ZERO time - not a day in a halfway house, jail or prison.



Edwards’ two attorneys, who include Geoffrey Fieger, the notorious attorney for euthanasia doctor Jack Kevorkian, were also acquitted of any wrongdoing. They had been indicted for allegedly causing more than 60 straw donors to contribute over $125,000 in illegal campaign contributions to Edwards’ 2004 presidential campaign. That’s right, more than 60 straw donors, not just two like D’Souza allegedly recruited. It was easy for prosecutors to show the 60 were straw donors, because they were virtually all employees of Edwards’ attorney’s law firm Fieger Law, family members of the firm’s employees or third-party vendors of the firm.

The indictment of Edwards’ attorneys stated that Fieger “tried to obstruct and impede the grand jury's investigation of the illegal campaign contributions...attempted to shift responsibility for the illegal contributions to a deceased officer of the Fieger firm, attempted to mislead the grand jury by telling witnesses false information with the intent that the witnesses would repeat that false information to law enforcement authorities, and attempted to conceal an incriminating document from the grand jury.”

This grossly unfair treatment of Edwards and his attorneys vs. D’Souza comes down to the leftists who control the judiciary and the legal system. The judge who imposed the sentence on D’Souza, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Berman, is a liberal who was appointed to the court by former president Bill Clinton. Berman is a former executive director of the New York Alliance to Save Energy, which states that part of its goals are to “lessen greenhouse gas emissions and their impact on the global climate.” He has a masters in social work, and is known for rulings such as approving a settlement requiring Islamic inmates to be served a diet that follows their religion.

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Alas, the truth is always so much more complicated than a simple lie"


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"The prosecutors handling the trial against D’Souza are also liberals. Under Obama, the Justice Department takes its orders from the top. The prosecutor who went after D’Souza demanding prison time, Assistant U.S. Attorney Carrie Cohen, is the vice president of the New York City Bar, which is an indication she is an activist on the left, since most busybodies who run Bar associations are. She declared that D’Souza’s “actions were premeditated” and “a prison sentence is sufficient.”

The unequal treatment under the law of conservatives vs. liberals continues to worsen as liberals become more brazen, complacently used to having control over the legal system. We’ve seen the worst abuses ever in recent years by the so-called justice system, as leftist agitator Eric Holder used his position as head of the U.S. Department of Justice to sue conservative states over illegal immigration laws."

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"As I wrote previously about this case, D’Souza is being targeted because he is a highly influential and brilliant figure on the right. The scales of justice are not balanced any longer, sadly, in the U.S. Those of color on the right - D’Souza is a dark-skinned immigrant from India - are targeted more viciously by the left than other conservatives, because they defeat the left’s false argument that the right is composed of only white people. It is going to get worse unless far more Americans start speaking out about the horrendous abuses of the legal system against conservatives.

Once our laws morphed off their ethical and moral foundations, right and wrong have been handed off to liberal, activist lawyers and judges, whose only “right” has now become the promotion of their leftist political agenda."

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