John Cusack Declares Rule of Law Dead : Left-wing entertainer John Cusack spilled his dissatisfactions out on Twitter on Friday, proclaiming the “brazen obliteration” of the “rule of law” because the Department of Justice dropped its case this week against Lt. Gen Michael Flynn (Ret).
“This Barr criminal action – is the most brazen obliteration & destruction of rule of law I’ve seen in my lifetime,” the leftist actor said. “Flynn pleaded guilty – Barr says what happened in open court didn’t happen – the rule of law is dead – unless Barr is impeached.”
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On Thursday, the DOJ dropped its argument against Trump’s previous national security counsel after a bombshell of reports seemed to demonstrate how weak the FBI’s body of evidence against Flynn was.
It appears that the star was not giving a lot of consideration to Barack Obama’s corrupt administration. Nor was he paying attention when Obama’s Attorney General said that his job was to be Obama’s “partner,” rather than being the country’s top law authorization official. In fact, Eric Holder turned into the first sitting U.S. Lawyer General in history to be held in disdain by the U.S. Place of Representatives for his steady “decimation” of the standard of law while pushing Obama’s radical beliefs.
John Cusack Declares Rule of Law Dead : Takes to Twitter to vent
Cusack, however, is inclined to unhinged upheavals on Twitter.
Toward the finish of March, for example, the 2012 entertainer shrieked for the evacuation of President Trump to “spare lives” during the coronavirus flare-up. The Say Anything star additionally advised Trump to “rot in hell” for bashing a reporter.
Cusack is additionally disturbed about the Democrat crusade for president this year. He was a major supporter of communist Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and encouraged Bernie not to drop out of the race, although ultimately, he did. When Bernie dropped out, Cusack then requested that Bernie re-open his crusade and un-underwrite Joe Biden, who is confronting a rape claim from previous Senate staff member Tara Reade.