D’Souza’s Crime and Pardon

Click on the title or “Continue Reading” to see my whole post. Especially worth hearing is D’Souza’s interview on Laura Ingraham’s radio show.

2018_05 31 D'Souza tweet

In January, Dinesh D’Souza said his FBI file, obtained by the House Intel Committee shows the FBI red-flagged him as a “critic of Obama” and subsequently allocated $100,000 to investigate a $20,000 case. The Obama hack, former US Attorney Preet Bharara, then used his position to make D’Souza’s life hell. Shortly after Trump was sworn into office, the President fired Preet Bharara. Yesterday, Trump pardoned Dinesh D’Souza.

For his crime of donating more than the legal limit to a friend’s political campaign, D’Souza was sentenced to a $30,000 fine, 8 months confinement in a halfway house, 5 years probation, plus 18 months of weekly counseling sessions AND community service one day a week for FIVE YEARS. “Gangsterizing” the government, indeed.

Stilton Jarlsberg says, “In similar cases involving Democrats, you don’t see anything like those punishments. Or punishments at all. Of course, when Democrats are involved, you also don’t tend to see such itty-bitty amounts of money involved.

“No, when you want to illegally shove money into the pocket of some generic Democrat candidate whom, picking a name at random, we’ll call ‘Hillary’, your smarter election fraudsters will hire the candidate’s husband to make a speech in a language no one in the audience understands about lunchbox safety, or ways to keep cigars moist, or international fiscal policy (‘Get everyone to donate to the starving orphans of storm-wracked Haiti, then keep all the money and enjoy a dream vacation on Pedophile Island!’) and pay him half a million dollars as a ‘speaking fee’ which will conveniently end up paying campaign expenses.

‘No muss, no fuss, no criminal convictions, and no misadventures in the shower room of the halfway house.”

Laura Ingraham: Dinesh D’Souza Reacts to His Pardon by President Trump


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