Time To Defund Lawfare And Take Our Freedom Back

(PCC)No longer will the American people tolerate lawfare and not we are going to do something about it. The power’s in Washington aka The Swamp’ have forged a new weapon to fight not against crime but against the constitution and those who pledged allegiance to it.

“Liberty And Justice For All’  has been hijacked, tortured and turned into the attack dog of the Progressive Socialist to be deployed at will against anyone who dares to oppose their agenda and those who choose freedom over tyranny.

I and the members of the Patriot Command Center are not alone in our crusade against the weaponization of the Justice department. House Republicans have put forth proposals to defund prosecutors involved in lawfare and to withhold funds for the construction of a new FBI headquarters.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) has submitted a series of proposals to defund prosecutors involved in what he believes are politically motivated legal actions against former President Donald Trump. These proposals aim to address what he sees as an issue of “lawfare.” These proposals also include measures to prevent funding for a new FBI headquarters.

Jordan’s proposals, outlined in a letter to House Appropriations Committee Chairman Tom Cole, focus on the financial resources of prominent individuals involved in the ongoing legal cases against Trump. The individuals mentioned in the list are special counsel Jack Smith, New York Attorney General Letitia James, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Jordan criticized these prosecutors for allegedly misusing their professional responsibilities for political purposes.

“We have closely examined the concerning increase in politically motivated prosecutions and the utilization of unfair ‘lawfare’ strategies to target individuals with differing political views.” According to Jordan, there have been instances where prosecutors have misused the rules of professional conduct and their obligation to uphold justice for political purposes.

In his letter, Jordan suggested that the Appropriations Committee collaborate with leadership to remove federal funding for state prosecutors or attorneys general engaged in what he refers to as “lawfare” and to cease federal funding for any federal prosecutors involved in such practices. Jordan emphasized the importance of incorporating certain policies from two bills that have been passed by the Judiciary Committee: H.R. 2553, the No More Political Prosecutions Act, and H.R. 2595, the Forfeiture Funds Expenditure Transparency Act.

In addition, Jordan’s proposals aim to stop funding for a new FBI headquarters in Greenbelt, Maryland. He pointed out serious abuses of power and misconduct within the leadership of the FBI as the basis for this recommendation. “It is our suggestion that the Appropriations Committee incorporate language to remove any funding for the FBI that is not crucial for the agency to carry out its mission. This includes revoking previous appropriations and preventing any new taxpayer funding for a new FBI headquarters facility,” he stated.

Jordan also suggested linking FBI funding to certain policy changes aimed at improving accountability and transparency. One of these changes includes mandating the recording of interviews conducted by the FBI.

The proposals put forth seek to tackle a range of concerns, such as putting a stop to funding for politically sensitive investigations, safeguarding whistleblowers from reprisals, preventing taxpayer funds from being used for radical regulations, discontinuing funding for controversial Biden administration immigration policies, and ending government support for censorship.

The timing of these proposals is of utmost importance, as they are intended to be included in the appropriations bills for fiscal year 2025. Opinions from the public have been varied. Opinions on the move varied, with some applauding it as a positive step, while others expressed criticism, deeming it insufficient and performative, particularly given the election year.

One of the notable reactions came from Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla, who expressed his disapproval by stating, “Lawfare is not acceptable.”

As the proposals progress through the legislative process, they are bound to ignite substantial discussion regarding the involvement of federal funding in politically sensitive prosecutions and the FBI’s future infrastructure and practices.

Final Word: Take the power away from the swamp and return it back into the hands of the people!


Reference: https://www.infowars.com/posts/house-gop-introduces-proposals-to-defund-lawfare-prosecutors-deny-funds-for-new-fbi-headquarters/



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