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In a shocking turn of events, former President Donald Trump has announced that he has been indicted at the federal level, reportedly for his alleged involvement in the events of January 6th, 2021. However, as the news unfolds, it raises questions about the true instigators of the insurrection and the manipulation of the legal system. This article delves into the claims made by Brannon Howse and his panel of guests that include Journalist Joe Hoft, Col. John Mills, and attorney Dan Eastman. The esteemed panel shared their concerns and perspective on the deep state, the events surrounding Trump’s presidency, and the implications of the recent indictment.
The Insurrection Narrative:
Brannon Howse, along with his guests, argues that the real insurrection lies within the left, progressive movements, and the deep state. They trace the origins of this alleged insurrection back to 2016 when Trump was under surveillance and tapped by the FBI. Colonel John Mills, a former member of the National Security Council staff, recounts receiving a phone call to investigate President-elect Trump and stop him from being sworn in. However, after reviewing the information, Mills claims there was nothing substantial to support the allegations. Nevertheless, he was told to stand down and that CIA Director John Brennan and FBI Director James Come “had hands on keyboard” writing the report and orders themselves.
Claims of Manipulation and Hoaxes:
The panel goes on to discuss the infamous Russia investigation, branding it as a hoax perpetuated by key figures such as CIA Director John Brennan and FBI Director James Comey. They highlighted the targeting of individuals like Roger Stone and General Michael Flynn, emphasizing that the allegations were known to be false. They also mention the involvement of Nancy Pelosi and her daughter, alleging their interference in the events of January 6th and the subsequent portrayal of the incident for television.
Trump’s Indictment and Legal Positivism:
The recent indictment of Donald Trump becomes a focal point of the discussion. Joe Hoft, an author and commentator, argues that the charges against Trump stem from a report drafted by Norm Eisen and Andrew Weissman, which allegedly disregards the Presidential Records Act. This act allows former presidents to take documents upon leaving office. Hoft claims that the National Archives and Records Administration failed to assist Trump in packing his belongings, leading to the seizure of certain documents during the Mar-a-Lago raid.
The Future and the Fight Ahead:
The panel expresses concern over the direction of the country and the perceived decline it is experiencing. They urge resilience, emphasizing the need to fight against political warfare. Colonel John Mills encourages readers to remain hopeful and assures them that, despite the challenges faced, the nation will prevail. Brannon Howse and his guests express their belief that Donald Trump will reclaim his position in the future.
A Historical Perspective:
The origins of federal police power can be traced back to the aftermath of the Civil War when the federal government sought to combat counterfeiting by creating the Secret Service. However, it wasn’t until the early 20th century, with the rise of anarchism and the Prohibition era, that the federal government expanded its role in law enforcement through agencies like the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). These developments marked a departure from the original intent of the Constitution, which vested law enforcement powers primarily at the state level.
The Rise of a Federal State Police:
In recent decades, the federal government’s role in law enforcement has expanded significantly, giving rise to what some describe as a federal state police. This has been fueled by various factors, including the need to combat organized crime, terrorism, and other complex national security threats. However, many constitutional scholars argue that this expansion has come at the expense of individual liberties and the principles of federalism.
Political Motivations and Persecution:
The current indictment of former President Trump is seen by many as a manifestation of the deep-rooted animosity and political bias that has existed since his entry into politics. Critics point to the involvement of individuals such as Andrew Weissmann, who led the Mueller investigation, and Norm Eisen, a former ethics czar under the Obama administration, as evidence of a politically motivated agenda. The timing and nature of the indictment raise questions about potential ulterior motives and the selective use of prosecutorial power.
The Threat to Constitutional Order:
The excessive use of federal prosecutorial authority and the apparent disregard for due process raise concerns about the erosion of constitutional principles. The idea of justice being blind is called into question when it becomes a political football, subject to the whims and agendas of those in power. This trend is alarming, particularly for those who believe in the fundamental principles of justice and the protection of individual rights.
The Need for Vigilance and Transparency:
In the face of these troubling developments, it is essential for the American populace to remain vigilant and demand transparency and accountability from their government. The existence of a powerful federal police force with unchecked authority can have profound implications for the functioning of a democratic society. It is crucial to strike a balance between addressing legitimate security concerns and preserving the rights and freedoms enshrined in the Constitution.
The indictment of a former president and the broader trend of politicizing federal police power highlight the need for a critical examination of the state of law enforcement in the United States. The expansion of federal authority, coupled with political motivations and potential abuses, raises serious questions about the preservation of constitutional order and the rights of individuals. As the nation grapples with these issues, it is imperative to foster open debate and ensure that the principles of justice and fairness remain at the forefront of law enforcement efforts. Only through commitment to upholding constitutional values can the United States navigate these troubled times and reaffirm its commitment to justice for all.
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