Jury Says Deep State Wins, Americans LIVID


The Jury didn’t take long to come back and declare Michael Sussmann innocent of lying to the FBI. That isn’t the news that anyone on the conservative side of the aisle wanted to hear but, at the same time, it doesn’t come as any surprise. Either way, we’re stuck with the decision. It’s a lot like those cases of simple marijuana possession where the panel just refused to convict.

Respect the jury decision

At the end of the day, now that the trial is over and the verdict is in, all that can be said is that the prosecution didn’t get the job done.

Blaming the jury for bias would only be sour grapes, “disparagement of something that has proven unattainable.

It doesn’t matter in the cosmic scheme of things that a jury let Michael Sussmann walk away clean from all his dirty deeds. The highly visible testimony showed all of America the kinds of sneaky shenanigans the Deep State rats get up to, inside the J. Edgar Hoover building.

While we are disappointed in the outcome, we respect the jury’s decision and thank them for their service,” Special Prosecutor John Durham points out in a statement.

I also want to recognize and thank the investigators and the prosecution team for their dedicated efforts in seeking truth and justice in this case.

It was a tough job when you’re up against the unlimited pile of cash the global bankers are sitting on. The jury pool wasn’t the problem. What is “truth” said Pilate and washed his hands.

Meetings with James Baker

It only took the jury six hours of deliberation, split over two days, to come up with a verdict. In September of 2016 Sussmann had a one-on-one conference with the lawyer for the FBI itself. Sussmann had such special privileges that he already had his own badge to wander around the hallways. Everyone knew who he was and who he worked for.

They very carefully documented that he told them he was there only as a concerned citizen and they took his word for it. They didn’t even think of questioning it because they might get an answer they didn’t want to hear. It worked beautifully.

Everyone at the bureau who looked at what Sussmann brought them agreed it was trash. Obviously cooked up in an attempt to smear Donald Trump in the upcoming election. That didn’t stop a “four-month FBI inquiry into a possible internet backchannel between the Trump Organization and Kremlin-linked Alfa Bank,” though.

Both companies swore up and down they were being framed and the FBI didn’t find a thing to charge anyone with, because both companies really had been framed. The jury never got to see the email from the night before the meeting where Sussmann put his lie in writing. Thanks to good lawyers. Even if they had seen it, the verdict probably would not have been any different.

There was enough evidence presented to clearly show that Sussmann lied and that his lie mattered. It’s a crime, but not to a jury pool picked from those who’s driver’s licenses are all in addresses around the beltway.

John Durham reportedly “lingered in the courtroom for a few minutes after it was mostly emptied out.”


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