The Justice of God Arthur Pink It is scarcely surprising that far less has been written upon the justice of God—than upon some of the other Divine perfections. We are accustomed to turn our thoughts unto those objects and subjects which afford us the most pleasure, and to avoid those which render us uneasy. But no servant of the Lord should be guilty of pandering to this tendency.
The Regime is well aware that an independent special prosecutor can only lead to one thing-- impeachment well By Monday, not even 3 days later, CBS News was already reporting that Issa was backing away from his call for a special prosecutor. Alan He reported that "Issa backtracked his call for a special prosecutor to look into Russian involvement in the Presidential election.
So one of the challenges we have is a special prosecutor exists when you have an individual under suspicion. We need to know if anyone in the Trump campaign had any direct conversations with someone from Russia.
It has to reach a point where we have public sentiment strong enough that we launch an independent, transparent investigation of what the Russians did to us. Now that is reporting! At no time should anyone expect anything better from anyone who would take a job working for Trump, people who, if Justice prevails at some time in the future, will likely face Nuremberg-style trials for what Bannon and Trump have in store for us.
But what about members of Congress? Are they all going to make themselves complicit the way Issa has?
Both were told by the Regime to "leak" bullshit to journalists about Trumpanzee being innocent and both dutifully did just that-- just as their committees were beginning the process of "investigating" the Trump-Putin ties.
Nunes admitted he contacted journalists at the request of a White House communications aide," probably Spicer. Burr made similar admissions. They are both compromised and unfit to have any involvement in any investigation of Trump and Russia. Steve Benen was thinking the same way Durbin was-- the cover-up only makes these scandals worse.
In other words, the investigators were undermining their own investigation-- at the behest of those being investigated.
There was a push several weeks ago for a special, independent commission to uncover the facts, but Republican leaders refused, insisting the matter belonged in the hands of the House and Senate Intelligence Committees.
The total of congressional Republicans who support a special investigative committee is, at this point, quite small. The club includes Sen. Meanwhile, nearly every relevant congressional Democrat has insisted that a separate investigation is entirely necessary under the circumstances.
Is Donald Trump already violating the Constitution?
Is he accepting payments from foreign powers-- so-called emoluments-- without the consent of Congress? We know the Russians broke our law to intervene in our election to try and rig the election in favor of Donald Trump.
We are told that Trump campaign officials were in contact with Russian intelligence officials during the campaign. What were they talking about? Was the Trump campaign colluding with the Russians to illegally intervene in our elections?
Did the candidate know or approve of working with the Russians to rig an American election? We must know the answers to these questions. We have been asking them for months.
But so far we have heard nothing. Nothing from the Trump Administration.
Nothing from the Attorney General. And nothing from the Republicans in Congress. Despite our repeated efforts to seek out the truth, our calls have fallen on deaf ears. Today, we will have a debate and a vote. Today, we will find out who wants to know the truth and who wants to bury their heads in the sand.
That is why this resolution is so important. It will finally put Members of the House Judiciary Committee on the record. In this case, it directs the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with any and all information it possesses related to any conflicts of interest, any ethical violations, and any improper ties to Russia by President Trump or his associates.
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