SOROS-BACKED PROSECUTOR UNDER FBI INVESTIGATION; INDICTS REPUBLICAN GOV. ERIC GREITENS—BECAUSE OF A DREAM
April 11, 2018 | By Steve Hantler
Ask the Lord to show you how to best pray for the Greitens. Pray that wisdom and sound reasoning prevail.
Therefore, having put away falsehood, let each one of you speak the truth with his neighbor, for we are members one of another. (Eph 4:25)
“The old saying is true: you can indict a ham sandwich. Actually, it’s even worse: you can indict for a dream about a ham sandwich.
I wish I was kidding, but I’m not.
Here’s the story: In St. Louis, Missouri, in 2018, a man was indicted for a felony for allegedly taking a compromising photograph of his mistress. From the beginning, the details were sketchy: the woman wasn’t sure if she’d seen a flash or heard a phone click. Under cross-examination, she revealed even more uncertainty. Turns out, she’d never actually seen a phone. She’d never seen a camera. She’d never seen a photo.
Oh — and she might have dreamt the whole thing up. That’s right: when asked by the prosecutor whether she had seen a phone, she said it was something she may once have had a dream about….
It sounds like fiction. It is fact.
The woman who had the dream isn’t to blame. She didn’t initiate the prosecution. She never complained to police. She never brought charges. She never, it seems, thought much about the whole incident….
The real villain here is the prosecutor and the political and legal professionals who have aided and abetted her. Already, I’ve covered the deeply concerning things about the prosecutor’s conduct in this case and her misbehavior in other cases. And yet, what I covered only scratches the surface. Just days ago, we learned the most shocking detail of all: in a strikingly specific note from a law enforcement whistle-blower, we find out that Kim Gardner is apparently under FBI investigation for bribery….
The Greitens prosecution prompts deadly serious questions about our criminal justice system and our media and the connections between the two. Sadly, for many of us, the answers to those questions are unsurprising. We have known for years now that many in the media and in prosecutorial circles wake up every day and asks what they can do to harm conservatives and Republicans….
This is not how the legal system in the United States of America is supposed to operate. The law isn’t a Swiss Army knife for politicians to go after their opponents. But unfortunately, that’s what it has become. And it has gotten to the point where good, strong leaders are being tried for “crimes” that originated in a figment of someone’s subconscious….
Of course, Democrats in the state House and Senate will not support such a legislative investigation. Which is why it’s a good thing that Republicans hold supermajorities in both chambers in Missouri. As a co-equal branch of government, the legislature needs to make sure that public prosecutors — paid for by the tax dollars of Missourians — are not being used as political instruments.
Let the real investigating begin.” (Excerpts from Steve Hantler’s article on Breibart News – Steven B. Hantler is a retired auto industry executive and writer at Breitbart.)