Above The Post, First Ever Veeshir Screenshot/Drudge For The Win! Update!!!!!!
Paco has a good roundup of “Hey, didn’t he just say she was guilty of crimes before saying she wouldn’t be prosecuted?” links. I shouldn’t link him because he didn’t link any of my posts, but I’m the bigger man.
But why I’m writing this is because of a blast from the past that isn’t really an update, more of a continuing series.
FBI Announces Investigation of GOP Senate Candidate Days Before Election
from the article
The alleged misconduct being investigated is somewhat obscure–something involving a work visa program in the state–but it is notable that the alleged misconduct was to have occurred three years ago, and the FBI’s announcement comes a year after the state’s own attorney general closed its own investigation without bringing any charges.
Guy had the wrong letter after his name, shoulda been a (D).
So after a reasonable prosecutor declined prosecution, the FBI decided to prosecute, obviously trying to tip an election toward their chosen, political party and away from their enemy’s party.
So what happened to the case?
The FBI announced Monday it has closed its investigation into South Dakota’s investment-for-visa program and the state’s U.S. Attorney would not pursue any prosecution.
This bit is funny.
It’s still not entirely clear (what the FBI was looking into V). Loven declined to discuss the details of the investigation or who the agency was looking into, but said the FBI had been investigating the program based on “allegations, which came to our attention.”
See, the whole ‘prosecution’ was an attempt to sway an election, just as today’s no-prosecution is an attempt to sway an election so the allegations obviously came from their political masters.
The rule of law is dead and the FBI is simultaneously dancing and pissing on its grave.
As I thought, the endy is overshadowing the funny.