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It’s not uncommon to hear cynics say, “It’s always the little guy who gets punished, while the big guys walk away unscathed”, and, especially in politics, sometimes it’s true. We hear of subpoenas for Congressional members being ignored over the 1/6 insurrection, yet the rank and file, the racists, white supremacists, and those just duped, lose their jobs, their homes and families, and the very freedom they thought they were fighting to preserve, while others walk free.
But cynicism is not always based on truth. Steve Bannon (‘arguably a big shot’) ignored a congressional subpoena, and after an indictment by the Justice Department (a much more powerful branch of government than a Congressional committee) found himself found guilty of Contempt of Congress, fined, and sentenced to prison. (Currently he is appealing the court’s decision).
Now new subpoenas are being issued, but this time the justice Department will compel those subpoenaed to appear or let their refusal weigh heavily against them.
Among the forty plus subpoenaed thus served are presidential advisors, Boris Epshteyn and Mike Roman, advisor Stephen Miller, Political Director Brian Jack, and attorney Rudy Giuliani. And to prove they are leaving no stone unturned, as of yesterday, you can include Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, and her husband Jarrod Kushner.
The inclusion of relatives of the former president just goes to show no one is above the law.
The Department of Justice has thousands of investigators, and they are pulling out all the stops in their effort to prosecute and imprison all those involved in the attempted coup, regardless of rank or privilege.
While cynicism is sometimes justified, other times it’s just a defense mechanism for the guilty.
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A pall seems to have fallen over Congress.
Aside from the Hee-Haw, Hee-Haw braying of Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Qanon quack of a woman who thinks Democrats are lizard people who eat babies, who doesn’t know the difference between Gazpacho and Gestapo, who thinks Petri dishes are peach tree dishes (whatever they are), who thinks Martial law is Marshall law (whatever that is,) who thinks Jewish space lasers started the California fires and praised president Biden when she thought she was chastising him on his border fentanyl policy because she didn’t know what the word ‘seize; meant, and who believes in more conspiracy theories than Heinz has varieties, it has gone quiet on Capitol Hill.
Even the usual suspects like Louie Gohmert, who thinks we can fix global warming by altering the orbit of the moon, who thinks he can fix all of Texas’ problems by outlawing the Democratic party and disenfranchising half of the state’s voters, has gone mute.
We almost miss the absurdities of Scott Perry and Ron Johnson and their less than merry band of seditionists, insurrectionists, and potential traitors to their country. Malcontents like Josh Hawley. Matt Gaetz, Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar, Kelli Ward, Jim Jordan, Mo Brooks, Jim Banks, Tom Cotton, Lauren Boebert, and Mike Lee, who, where they once raised tsunamis of nonsense now barely cause a ripple in the idiot-sphere of treachery and subversion.
What could be causing this thunderous silence?
Could it be that they know their every mutinous word has been transcribed? That every phone conversation is recorded? That their every email and text has been studied by an army of federal investigators, and could it be they know now some of their own co-conspirators are slinking into prosecutor's offices with loose bowels and even looser lips?
Yes, they may be waiting in abject terror for that final shoe to drop, but this time it won’t be a shoe, it will be a maul, a hammer, and their little cabal will be smashed to bits, and their families will live in shame for generations!
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