Sunday, February 16, 2020

Noticing The Fixing of the Courts

The Supreme Dark Lord, Vox Day, noticed this article from The Hill. Excerpted below.

Juror 1261, we now know, was Tomeka Hart. Her identity would have remained publicly unknown except for a public statement she made after the Department of Justice (DOJ) rescinded its initial sentencing recommendation for Trump confidant Roger Stone. In the midst of the firestorm of allegations of political interference, Hart disclosed that she was the foreperson on the Stone jury and gave a full-throated defense of the trial prosecutors: “It pains me to see the DOJ now interfere with the hard work of the prosecutors.”

That statement led many people to Google her name, and what they found was a litany of postings not only hostile to President Trump and his administration but also specifically commenting on Stone and his arrest — before she ever appeared for jury duty.... Hart is a Democratic activist and critic of the Trump administration. She was the Memphis City Schools board president. Not surprisingly, given her political background (including a run for Congress), Hart has been vocal in public on her views of Trump and his associates.

She referred to the President with a hashtag of “klanpresident” and spoke out against “Trump and the white supremacist racists.” She posted about how she and others protested outside a Trump hotel and shouted, “Shame, shame, shame!” When profanities were projected on the Trump hotel, she exclaimed on Jan. 13, 2018, “Gotta love it.” On March 24, 2019, she shared a Facebook post — no longer public — while calling attention to “the numerous indictments, guilty pleas, and convictions of people in 45’s inner-circle.”

More worrisome are her direct references to Stone, including a retweeted post, in January 2019, from Bakari Sellers, again raising racist associations and stating that “Roger Stone has y’all talking about reviewing use of force guidelines.” She also described Trump supporters such as Stone as racists and Putin cronies.

In addition to her prior statements about Trump, his associates and this case, Hart is a lawyer. That only magnifies concerns that any bias on her part may have had a more pronounced influence on her fellow jurors.

In fact, except for a jury pool composed entirely of House impeachment managers, Hart would appear to be a standout for a peremptory challenge by the defense team over bias. That is why the most surprising aspect of this story is not the review of her public statements but the review of her examination before trial. The brief examination in the voir dire hearing shows that Hart did disclose her ties to the Democratic Party. U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson asked if Hart’s political history would prevent her from being fair, and Hart assured her it would not.

While Hart’s answers on the jury questionnaire remain sealed, Judge Jackson noted, “You've also indicated a fair amount of paying attention to news and social media, including about political things?” Hart does not volunteer that she did far more than “pay attention to news and social media” and was, in fact, an anti-Trump protester and social media critic.

To which the SDL said this:

The exposure of a jury plant demonstrates the same technique used in the media narrative, in town meetings, in political caucuses, in science propaganda, and every other type of collective activity in which the illusion of a majority consensus is required or deemed desirable.

He is correct. Anonymous Conservative routinely comments on exactly this. Below is just from today's post.

Michael Bloomberg’s Achilles heel is going to be not women or racism or gun control, but his business ties to China. What you begin to grasp when you play this game is that Cabal does not just make billionaires here and there, while others blissfully amass their fortunes honestly. Cabal is weak, because it is operating against the entire legal system, and the vast, vast majority of the people. It needs to hide, and indeed, work hard to never leave any tangible evidence of its existence. It is not in a strong position, even as it dominates, because its only strength is an easily attacked secrecy, and its control over the outlets in this country which could quickly reveal its secrets. But there are other outlets elsewhere, and evidence of its existence, and criminality, is everywhere. So Cabal is vulnerable, and money is power. Every billionaire is an immense threat, should they decide to blow the whistle. For that reason, Cabal does not just make billionaires, but it also actively works to destroy and suppress those individuals with billionaire-potential that it does not control. So Bloomberg, supported by Cabal, with dealings in China, probably will look very close to the what the Bidens look like if people take a close look at the origins of his money. He is likely a Cabal-creation.

(Emphasis is mine.)

This is it, right here. Empire, as I call it, is based on a lie. That lie cannot stand up to the truth, so the delusion bubble must be defended and expanded at all costs; this inevitably would take the form we recognize as an intelligence operation, but it is really a cult, and it gaslights its members as ruthlessly as it does the wider public that it is far more powerful than it actually is: the Gamma Male operating on the scope and scale of cosmic phenomenon.

And as with the title character in The Wizard of Oz, Empire doesn't want you to pay attention to the man behind the curtain. That's what's going on here; this was meant to go unnoticed, and therefore without blowback. Thanks to this woman's need to brag, and Mike Cernovich digging into it when he saw it, this is now getting mainstream press attention. The follow-up play, as Judge Napolitano said, is to declare a mistrial and do this again- preferably in a clean venue where Empire isn't running the courtroom or the jury box.

This is difficult, due to Empire successfully suborning American institutions for as long as the Long March has gone on, if not longer. We'll see if a Denied Area can be set up so Stone can get his new trial and with it the acquittal or minor fine (no jail time), but one thing is certain: the spat between Barr and Trump over the tweets are theater, meant to sucker the media--and it did--into pushing the "Barr is independent of Trump" narrative. He's not. That bit of theater is a distraction to cover the ongoing investigations and sealed indictments being piled up while the Senate cleans out the Federal Judiciary with Trump-loyal judges. Once a critical mass of the latter hits, then you can expect those indictments to be unsealed and prosecuted.

And those prosecutions? They'll go down in a Denied Area, ensuring that fuckery like what happened to Roger Stone is impossible. The mill grinds slow, but fine. Empire must fall.

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