Monday, August 24, 2015

Aaron Schock doesn't want you to know what Crimes he pulled as a Congressman

Former Congressman Aaron Schock has claimed 5th Amendment protections for documents, papers and correspondence generated from his Congressional Office.
"No court has recognized that a public official (specifically a U.S. Representative) has a constitutional right under the Fifth Amendment to avoid the compelled production of publicly-funded, non-private, public or official records within his official (specifically his official congressional) office," Assistant U.S. Attorney Timothy Bass said.
What's that? You're stunned Faux News isn't running segment after segment about the criminal malfeasance of a Congressman? And the efforts to get obvious official public documents hidden from the eyes of the public? Then you must be unfamiliar with the acronym IOKIYAR.

Schock's profligate ways and dandified airs raised nary a peep of concern over at the conservative media because Schock could be counted on to vote the proper way and advance the Conservative Agenda of Oppression, Intolerance and Adulation of the Rich.

So, now Republican Darin LaHood is most likely going to take Schock's seat and be expected to toe-the-line and if he gets in trouble like Schock, or David Vitter, or Mark Sanford, or Mark Foley, or any of the other Criminal Republicans, Faux News, their conservative drones, and their Plutocratic Masters will ensure the Reactionary Agenda continues moving forward as Conservatives seek to shackle the American People into Corporate Bondage and Wage Slavery.

1 comment:

Joe "Truth 101" Kelly said...

It's sad as hell but the dems in my district finally did the right thing and got my man Rob Mellon through the primary but these blindly loyal kook republicans that voted for Schock knowing full well he was just a pretty boy telling them the shit they wanted to hear will vote for the same thing in LaHood. A phony jive turkey if there ever was one.