Here’s a bit of good news for everyone: Vermin Supreme is running for president on the Libertarian ticket this year. I say, the more the merrier!
If you’re not familiar with Vermin Supreme, he looks sort of like a hobo that escaped from a Harry Potter movie, complete with a rubber boot on his head for a wizard hat. And yes, he’s a real person running a real campaign for president. He has 12 staffers this year and some of them are even in different states.
Vermin Supreme’s presidential platform consists of the following:
- A free pony for every American household, through a system he calls “Ponynomics”
- A live kangaroo in every courtroom
- Eliminating “fossil fuel” energy and switching everything over to “zombie power”
- “Funcentration camps” for his political enemies
- Impeaching the Supreme Court and replacing them with the janitor
- A badger; literally… just a badger
- Plus, the actual Libertarian Party platform
Vermin Supreme should have run as a Democrat this year. His ideas are more credible than Bernie Sanders’ socialist boondoggles, and Vermin clearly has more of his mental faculties intact than Joe Biden. He could have been running away with the nomination by now!
Why am I talking about Vermin Supreme? Because this is America.
And you, as an American, have every right to vote for this outsider candidate next November if you choose to do so. I’ll be voting for a slightly different outsider candidate, but to each his own. Because you have the right to vote for Vermin Supreme, there is also an important law that protects that right.
If two or more people were to conspire together and plot to somehow deprive you of the constitutionally-protected right to vote for Vermin Supreme, that would be a felony – punishable by a minimum of five years in a federal prison.
Which brings me to this question: Why aren’t James Comey, Rod Rosenstein, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Bruce Ohr, Loretta Lynch and Barack Obama facing 63 million felony counts for their Russian collusion conspiracy to deny Trump supporters our right to vote for an outsider candidate?
Even the new Presiding Judge of the FISA court is calling BS on the lack of criminal punishment against the Russian collusion team. The Inspector General report in December resulted in ZERO criminal counts against Team Collusion. The report referred to 17 major “errors and omissions” that were made by senior FBI officials as they cooked up their fake FISA warrants to spy on Carter Page and the Trump campaign.
Errors and omissions? How about if we call them “oopsies” and “boo-boos?” That would carry about the same amount of legal weight.
Here’s a better idea. Call the “errors and omissions” felonies (which they were) committed in the furtherance of a criminal conspiracy to undermine the 2016 election. But after the IG called them “errors and omissions,” current FBI Director Christopher Wray jumped in front of the cameras to declare that they’d be conducting a review of FBI policies and they would change some rules so that FBI agents will never again break the law in such a fashion. Pinky swear!
FISA court Presiding Judge James Boasberg says that’s not good enough. In a judicial order to the Department of Justice, Boasberg just declared, “There is thus little doubt that the government breached its duty of candor to the court with respect to those [Carter Page FISA] applications.”
“Breaching its duty of candor” is not reducing the FBI’s actions to “errors and omissions.” It is referring to those actions as crimes.
Boasberg issued the order to the Justice Department after suspending all FBI agents who participated in the Russian collusion conspiracy from appearing in front of the FISA court. Those individuals can no longer apply for FISA warrants until the DOJ deals with the “breaching its duty of candor” situation.
In other words, Judge Boasberg wants heads to roll before he’ll accept any more BS about “reforms” or procedural tweaks.
This means that after 13 months on the job, Attorney General Bill Barr will spring into action any day now and start arresting the Russian collusion crooks, right? Oh, who am I kidding? After all this time, no one is ever going to jail for the Russian collusion conspiracy. We may as well just get it over with and put a kangaroo in every courtroom.