07/19/19

The Hypocrisy of Kamala Harris for all to See

By: Denise Simon | Founders Code

During a question session in the senate of AG Bill Barr regarding the Mueller report, Kamala Harris asked if Barr personally reviewed all the underlined evidence. Kamala charges that Barr did not take his duties seriously and is unprofessional.

Okay, so how about these two cases for example and did Kamala herself look at all the underlying evidence or just go for an easy plea deal or allow the statute of limitations to run out or was it all a coverup tactic?

In 2016:

California’s Attorney General, Kamala Harris, raised eyebrows in the law enforcement community when she allowed the statute of limitations to expire for prosecuting alleged crimes committed by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and top managers at Southern California Edison (SCE) involving the ratepayer-funded bailout of SCE’s failed SONGS nuclear facility.

Get the full 18-page criminal affidavit here.

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07/19/19

How About The Katyn Trials For Starters?

By: Denise Simon | Founders Code

Since revisionist history is commonplace, few either know about the Nuremberg trials or remember the details. A book published years ago and finally translated in English titled: ‘Judgment in Moscow’ written by Vladimir Bukovsky asks the very question of why no Nuremberg type trials for the Soviets or Russians. In full disclosure, only recently I interviewed Mr. Bukovsky who has been living in England.

After the fall of the Soviet Union, Mr. Bukovsky returned to Russia and traced documents proving the horrific crimes of the Soviets. In a prisoner swap, Mr. Bukovsky was later released from a Soviet prison. He knows full well the human rights atrocities of the Soviet Union and modern-day Russia. Included are concentration camps, torture, and genocide but outright murder cannot go unpunished. Someone, please tell the New York Times to quit being so sympathetic with Moscow… anyway… how about the Katyn Massacre for starters?

This massacre happened in 1939 during the Soviet invasion of Poland when the Soviets massacred 8,000 Polish military officers and an estimated 6,000 police officers and hundreds of regular citizens. There are at least 8 mass graves in the Katyn forest holding the remains of Polish nationals killed by the NKVD, otherwise known as the Peoples Commissariat for Internal Affairs. A great case for real reparations for sure.
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