The “opinion” that Attorney General Barr uses to protect Trump from the huge stack of criminal charges swirling around him is as fake as Trump. Today, Trump faces prison for blackmail, election rigging, conspiracy, mail and wire fraud and treason.
Boris Johnson, much the same, not the “entrepreneur” girlfriend on the public dole story, that can wait, this one is a thousand times worse. We begin with Trump who ordered aid to Ukraine frozen them phoned them up and asked them to start investigating Joe Biden. Trump admits the calls, admits the part about Biden.
All that was needed was to prove the block of Ukraine aid was done before the call, that’s done. Now only GOP Senators are protecting him from impeachment. He can no longer be considered president nor can Johnson be considered Prime Minister, both have crossed lines any idiot can see. From Ian:
Well, I said this was going to happen – that Boris Johnson was going to be a disaster as PM, that he would lie and cheat because that’s what he’s spent his life doing. After being found to have broken the law, lied to the nation in the highest court in the land, he shouldn’t even
be allowed to hold a general election, he should be removed from office and prosecuted forthwith, banned from ever holding any public office ever again.
Both men are RKM puppets:
Trump Ordered Ukraine Aid Freeze Days Before Demanding Probe of Bidens: Report
Tracy Connor Executive Editor
President Trump gave the order to withhold military aid for Ukraine about a week before he reportedly pushed the Ukrainian president to investigate Joe Biden’s son—and administration officials were told to keep Congress in the dark about why, TheWashington Post reported.
Three senior administration officials told the newspaper that Trump asked his acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, to hold back nearly $400 million worth of aid and that the order was relayed to the State Department and the Pentagon in mid-July. On July 25, Trump called Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and reportedly asked him eight times to investigate the dealings of Hunter Biden, son of his potential 2020 rival. Administration officials deny there was a quid pro quo.
Supreme Court: Where does defeat leave Boris Johnson?
The Supreme Court declared “Parliament has not been prorogued”
Before everything gets swept up in a force 10 political storm, stop for a moment to think about what has just happened.
The highest court in the land has just ruled that the serving prime minister broke the law. He gave the Queen advice that was unlawful.
Therefore his decision to suspend Parliament was also against the law, so is now null and void.
Short of the inscrutable Lady Hale, with the giant diamond spider on her lapel, declaring Boris Johnson to be Pinocchio, this judgement is just about as bad for the government as it gets.
Mr Johnson is, as is abundantly clear, prepared to run a general election campaign that pits Parliament against the people. And so what, according to that view of the world, if that includes the judges as part of the establishment standing in his way?
But there is a difference between being ruthless and reckless. And the scope and strength of this judgement cannot just be dismissed as some pesky judges sticking their noses in.
Just a few weeks ago, the advice of government lawyers was said to be that it was unlikely the judges would want to step into such explosive territory. They were wrong. For the very many people in the Conservative Party who have doubts about Boris Johnson but wanted to give him the chance, this is a nightmare.
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