Talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh opened his program Monday discussing reaction he received from a monologue he gave last week decrying the New York Senate’s passage of a bill allowing for the murder — yes, murder — of viable unborn babies up to full term, as well as outside the womb if they happen to survive the abortion procedure.
Limbaugh particularly noted his disgust — and the disgust of tens of millions of Americans — to the chamber’s reaction when the bill passed: Cheering. And not only did Satanic Democrats cheer passage of the bill, but Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who gleefully signed it, ordered lights on New York’s tallest buildings illuminated in pink as a celebratory gesture.
This, he said, is the modern Democrat Party that many conservatives and Republicans fail to recognize: Literally the party of suffering, the party of murder, and the party of death, and that would include supporters of POTUS Donald Trump if they could get away with it.
Case in point: The actions of an Obama-appointed judge, Amy Berman Jackson, who was assigned to hear the case against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort.
As you may recall, Manafort was indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller in February 2018 for “secretly lobbying on behalf of a foreign government without registering as a lobbyist,” the Washington Post reported. At the time, the charges struck Mueller opponents as extremely odd if not vindictive, given that the Obama Justice Department investigated Manafort for the same thing — acting on behalf of the government of Ukraine — in 2014 but did not find enough reason to charge him.
Over the course of hearing his cases, Jackson has been abnormally abusive to Manafort’s legal team as well as to Manafort himself.
In November 2017, she issued what was basically a gag order “limiting public statements about the cause by lawyers involved and by the defendants,” Politico reported. In February 2018, she scolded Manafort and his legal team over a statement issued by Manafort’s spokesperson that maintained his innocence despite guilty pleas by a longtime aide, Rick Gates, that had been issued earlier.
“I can understand the impulse to not let that go by without stating your innocence, [but] in issuing that statement about the prosecution, I believe it’s contrary to the order” she initially issued, she said in court. Why would she object to Manafort doing what every defendant does — publicly declare their innocence?
At one point following that court exchange, Mueller requested, and Jackson granted, that Manafort be placed in solitary confinement. Bernard Kerik, a former NYPD commissioner, described the conditions Manafort was placed in:
It’s basically a deathtrap. A 12? x 8? solid steel or concrete box with a metal bed, stainless steel sink and toilet, and if you’re lucky, a small concrete or metal writing table and stool. On the solid steel metal door, there may be a 4 x 24-inch window that gives the inmate a slight view of the outside corridor, that can be blackened out by the correction staff at a moment’s notice.
Mind you, the Eighth Amendment prohibits “cruel and unusual punishment,” which should have applied here; Manafort is, at worst, a white-collar criminal, not a hardened murderer or serial rapist. Putting him in this kind of environment was ‘cruel’ and ‘unusual.’
And all for the ‘crime’ of backing the ‘wrong’ presidential candidate — Donald Trump.
Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, predicted this in a column this week. Noting that the U.S. justice system has been completely co-opted by the Democrat-aligned Deep State, we should expect round-ups soon of “independent media and patriots” followed by a “rapid collapse into Venezuela-style police state tyranny, complete with secret torture gulags run by Democrats…”
With Manafort’s jailing and the FBI Gestapo-style raid of Roger Stone’s estate on Friday, it’s clear this collapse has begun.
Read more about how our governing institutions are collapsing into tyranny at Tyranny.news.