Obvious Conflict of Interest

The most honorable Attorney General Barf has, in consultation with the president, decided it’s best to remove Geoffrey Berman, the US attorney investigating the president’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani… this after pursuing and convicting the president’s last personal attorney, Michael Cohen and investigating other personal friends and family of the president. Berman had an obvious conflict of interest and Attorney General Barf disclosed that the president wanted to nominate Jay Clayton, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, to replace him. The president showed unprecedented guts, knowing that all this might be misinterpreted. Just because Jay Clayton has never prosecuted a case in his life, regularly attends the seances held at the White House and has signed onto the friends and family loyalty pledge (part of the blood ceremony that all Trump’s appointees must attend) … none of this will affect his totally perfect independent judgment.

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