Editor’s note: We could spend days telling you what we have on Ken Starr. Sending “dirty boy” Starr after Trump is an odd move. Starr was “monkeyboy” to Bondesque villian Richard Mellon-head Scaife for some time, bought to target the Clinton family and now after Trump. Interesting.
If Donald Trump lied to the American people when he called reports he tried to fire Robert Mueller “fake news”, that would be grounds for impeachment, the independent counsel who investigated the Clinton White House said on Sunday.
Ken Starr, who used Bill Clinton’s false statements about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky as grounds for impeachment, told ABC’s This Week: “Lying to the American people is a serious issue that has to be explored. I take lying to the American people very, very seriously, so absolutely.”
Starr said: “That is something Bob Mueller should look at.”
Mueller, the special counsel, is investigating Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election, including alleged collusion between Russian officials and Trump aides, and numerous instances of possible obstruction of justice by the president.
The New York Times and others reported this week that in June 2017, Trump ordered White House counsel Donald McGahn to fire Mueller. McGahn reportedly said he would resign rather than carry our the order, which he said would have a devastating effect on Trump’s presidency.
Trump publicly dismissed the Times report, calling it “fake news”. Since June, the president has repeatedly denied publicly that he was considering firing Mueller. White House officials have also repeatedly claimed the president has not discussed firing him.
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Wynn beats a retreat and Starr opens his horses mouth, or the other end, about how Herr Mueller should proceed with who’s lying to the public. Looking for an NGO to call home or paid to step on himself.
The credit for the “handcuffing of Wynn” goes to the women of courage. Memo to lawyers, just like the ‘mold is gold” concerning gypsum, “mold is gold” concerns stagnated entrenched middle men grabbers, and leeches.
Whoop, Mold makes diamonds too. Go get em.
Starr is unequivocally discredited by overseeing a rape culture and coverup at Baylor.
Whoever the PR person that decided Starr might be worth something should be fired. In fact, when he got involved, the Clintons seemed to be greased. If Mueller is the same as Starr, then the “independent” counsel ain’t worth boohocky. Starr is “born of the things that enable mold”. Mueller is on deck and the runner at second is not leading off with confidence. Who covered up OKC bombing ? And who covered up 9/11 ?
Now that we know Kenneth Starr is the same ‘Mold” as Lou Anna Smith and the whole Penn State gang, we have to accept the fact that Mueller is compromised and most likely a liability to finding the “truth”.
Why hire a Weiner dog to do a job made for a Gorilla ? Preet Bharara would have been a better choice. The giant ant eaters were not ostracized by malicious kings for no reason.
Oh, was he fired too ? Good, let him pick his own team. For once. Preet was born for it.
• WESTON PHIPPEN
AUG 19, 2016
“ Ken Starr, the former Baylor University president and chancellor who was demoted for his mishandling of rampant accusations of sexual assault on campus, will leave his position as a faculty member in the law school.
The news, announced in a Friday statement released by Baylor, severs Starr’s last tie to the Waco, Texas, university. The statement refers to him as JudgeStarr, because he once served as a federal judge. In part, it read:
The mutually agreed separation comes with the greatest respect and love Judge Starr has for Baylor and with Baylor’s recognition and appreciation for Judge Starr’s many contributions to Baylor. Baylor wishes Judge Ken Starr well in his future endeavors.
Baylor demoted Starr from president to chancellor on May 26, then he stepped down as chancellor in June. His fall came after allegations of rape and sexual-assault, mainly against football players, surfaced during court trials. One was in 2015, when former football player Sam Ukwuachu was convicted of raping a student. During that trial, the court learned Baylor had investigated claims of rape against Ukwuachu, but had not punished him. Another was during the trial of Tevin Elliot, another football player, accused by at least five women of rape. He was sentenced in 2014 to 20 years. But more than just those two cases, investigators found an environment at the
Another was during the trial of Tevin Elliot, another football player, accused by at least five women of rape. He was sentenced in 2014 to 20 years. But more than just those two cases, investigators found an environment at the university that discouraged reporting acts of sexual assault, particularly when the alleged offender was on the football team.”
Last Friday, Edwards and Cassell issued a notice of withdrawal of the motion for partial summary judgement, and the litigation came to an end. The notice is short and sweet; here’s the key part:
“As expressly understood by the parties upon the execution of the Confidential Settlement Agreement and Mutual Release, Ms. Giuffre reaffirms her allegations, and the withdrawal of the referenced filings is not intended to be, and should not be construed as being, an acknowledgement by Edwards and Cassell that the allegations made by Ms. Giuffre were mistaken. Edwards and Cassell do acknowledge that the public filing in the Crime Victims’ Rights Act case of their client’s allegations against Defendant Dershowitz became a major distraction from the merits of the well-founded Crime Victims’ Rights Act case by causing delay and, as a consequence, turned out to have been a tactical mistake. For that reason, Edwards and Cassell have chosen to withdraw the referenced filing as a condition of settlement.”
University administrators, and in particular athletic departments, need to get out of the business of investigating sexual assault claims and leave it to (hopefully non-compromised) police.
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