Editorial on CBS/AP by PG-SMG March 16, 2017
As we all witnessed a radical shift in the US Attorney Jeff Sessions clean house early raising massive suspicion that Preet Bharara was a little too close to Donald Trump’s financial collogues in his investigation and success at taking down wall street; all doesn’t appear as we are led to believe.
This reporter’s take on the takedown is in analysis far more about Circumventing transition by taking down the source of the most reliable facts on the ground in the Justice Department.
This poorly executed surprise must have come from top officials on the hardcore republican side that assessed District Attorneys were not going to play ball with their version of the facts.
Facts out of Preet Bharara’s Office that took away half their DHS funding in 2016 and reduced threat assessments in the scapegoat world of racially motivated and radical motivated crimes.
The focus that this administration has been pushing with the hardcore republicans if to further failed broken window doctrine, and raise threats of urban violence to take priority off of corruption unilaterally.
One of the easiest ways to get an urban underclass who feels threatened by police who raise the appearance and incite sexually immoral communities as far back as such things existed.
Tough on shameless women, shameful abortions, nasty transsexual vagina’s invading every bathroom, lesbian threats; all to take a lower income, a less politically empowered to fear and prey on each other.
Sex sells in a big way, and planned parenthood, and healthcare for old useless women is unnecessary to young people where ageism is their entitlement.
WikiLeaks is not a very impressive whistleblower considering most of what they release is yesterdays news, and some is as old as the 80s.
CBS/AP March 11, 2017, 2:42 PM
Last Updated Mar 12, 2017 12:48 AM EST
An outspoken Manhattan federal prosecutor known for crusading against public corruption said on Saturday that he was fired.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara made the announcement on Twitter amid reports that he wasn’t complying with Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ request on Friday to resign along with other prosecutors appointed by former President Obama.
“I did not resign,” Bharara said on Twitter. “Moments ago I was fired. Being the US Attorney in SDNY will forever be the greatest honor of my professional life.”
In a statement later, Bharara said: “Serving my country as U.S. Attorney here for the past seven years will forever be the greatest honor of my professional life, no matter what else I do or how long I live. One hallmark of justice is absolute independence, and that was my touchstone every day that I served.”
He said current Deputy U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim will serve as acting U.S. attorney.
The Justice Department late Saturday confirmed Bharara was no longer U.S. attorney but declined to expound.
An official disputed the characterization that Bharara was fired, CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid reports.
Bharara was not pleased when Acting Deputy Attorney General Dana Boente told him that Sessions’ request to resign applied to him, the official told Reid.
The request came months after Bharara, one of the most prominent federal prosecutors, said he’d been asked by President Trump to stay on and that he intended to.
The official said Bharara told Boente that he was going to say he was fired.
Sessions sought the resignations of 46 U.S. attorneys who were holdovers from the Obama administration.