May 7, 2019

My HUNDRED AND SEVENTH Open Letter To Senator Pat Toomey

I'll be dropping this letter to Senator Pat Toomey in the mail today:
Dear Senator Toomey:

It's me, again - the constituent who writes for the local Pittsburgh-based political blog, "2 Political Junkies."

Yesterday Senator, a group of 370 former federal prosecutors (Democrats and Republicans, those who served in Democratic administrations and those who served in Republican administrations) signed and posted on the Internet a statement that said, were it not for the DOJ policy against indicting a sitting president, Donald Trump's conduct as described by the Mueller report would "result in multiple felony charges for obstruction of justice."

There are now,  at this writing, 566 signers.

They list discuss Trumps’s efforts to fire Robert Mueller and to falsify evidence about that effort, his efforts to limit the scope of Mueller’s investigation to exclude his conduct, and his efforts to prevent witnesses from cooperating with investigators probing him and his campaign. They say that each of these acts "satisfy all of the elements for an obstruction charge."

This week's question is much like last weeks: Given this, are you still supporting this dishonest administration? And if so, how on Earth can you?

Thank you and I await your response.
And I will be posting whatever response I get from him or his office.



Social Justice NPC Anti-Paladin™ said...

"Hi. I'm a former federal prosecutor here to tell you that you should exercise skepticism when a group of former federal prosecutors tells you a politician should or should not have been charged."
"All the evidence one needs that this thing is an irrelevant farce."
What do the Fast and Furious and Ted Stevens elite legal teams of federal prosecutors have to say about it?
Dennis K. Burke, Jason Weinstein and Lanny A. Breuer
Brenda Morris, William Welch, Joseph Bottini and James Goeke

Social Justice NPC Anti-Paladin™ said...