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CENTRAL VIEW for Monday, August 7, 2023

by William Hamilton, Ph.D.

Hold the speaker-phone. Justice might prevail

Despite MSM disinformation, the long-term forecast for conservatives is looking up. For example, hard evidence mounts against the Biden* Crime Family. Various Congressional committees are uncovering verified bank records showing the transfer of millions of dollars from foreign entities into Biden family bank accounts. Whistleblowers say Hunter Biden and his business associates created over 20 money-laundering, pass-through LLCs. Hunter Bidenís former business partner told a House Committee how VP Joe Biden took part in many of Hunterís business calls -- via speaker-phone -- as the Bidens badgered millions of dollars from foreign firms. Ergo: we are nearing the tipping point when serious Congressional and/or legal action can no longer be avoided. Professor Victor Davis Hanson says "the Biden Presidency is unsustainable."

Clearly, President Biden* is ripe for Impeachment. But, with the Democrats in control of the Senate, not to mention the RINOs, President Biden* would not be Convicted. On the other hand, U.S. Citizens Joe Biden, Jim Biden, and Hunter Biden could be charged with the violation of anti-corruption statutes, including racketeering (RICO) bank fraud, wire fraud, failure to register as foreign agents, tax evasion, and even treason. Reputable polling shows the majority want any elected official who sells his or her office to a foreign government to go to jail. Visiting hours could become Biden family reunions.

Meanwhile, despite the MSM disinformation, President Trumpís efforts to question the 2020 election are fully protected by the 1st Amendment rights afforded to all citizens. Rights that Professor Alan Dershowitz says will be upheld in due course by the U.S. Supreme Court.

According to law Professor Jonathan Turley, even former President Trumpís bumbling handling of classified documents is probably protected by the Presidential Records Act, whether Trump actually understands the Act or not. But former Vice President Joe Bidenís mishandling of classified documents is not protected.

The desperation of the Biden team became manifest when Hunter Bidenís law firm had a paralegal (described as a non-practicing lawyer**) pass herself off to the Clerk of the U.S. District Court as representing a Member of Congress, requesting the withdrawal of an amicus brief filed by the U.S. House of Representative. The amicus brief opposed the plea bargain deal offered to Hunter Biden. The Court Clerk smelled a rat. Caught in a deceitful act, one of Hunter Bidenís lawyers said it was "a mistake in communications" on the part of the law firmís "non-practicing lawyer**." Can you spell sacrificial pink slip?

We are dealing with serious matters of state here. Not something trivial as when "Casablancaís" Captain Renault said, "I am shocked, shocked, to find that gambling is going on in this place,"

No, indeed, in the writings of authorities such as Professors Dershowitz, Turley, and Hanson, the terms "treason, bribery, and high crimes and misdemeanors" keep popping up. Professor Hanson even suggests President Biden* might need to pardon Hunter Biden and then not run for a second term. But a Biden* withdrawal would confront the Democrats with the dilemma of what to do with Vice President Kamala Harris.

Fronted by former President Trump or even someone else, the Republicans have a strong presidential and vice presidential bench. The Democrats and the Deep State could be in peril.

* Election Disputed.

** Non-practicing attorney. See John Grishamís The Rooster Bar, 2017.

Suggested reading: "The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election," by Molly Ball. Time Magazine, Feb.4, 2021. "How Johnson Won Election Heíd Lost," by Martin Tolchin, New York Times, Feb. 11, 1990.

©2023. William Hamilton.

©1999-2023. American Press Syndicate.

Dr. Hamilton can be contacted at:
P.O. Box 2001
Granby, CO 80446

Email: william@central-view.com

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