Thursday, February 28, 2019

Lanny Must Be Pleased

A giant rat got stuck inside a hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.  It struggled mightily to free itself.

Democrat animal rescuers was dispatched to liberate the rat writhing in ignominy when it became clear it could not free itself from a gap in the sewer cover.

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), ranking member of the Committee, was the epitome of an angry prosecutor as he verbally disemboweled the rat.

Jordan argued in his opening statement, “I want everyone to think about this: Michael Cohen, the first announced witness for the 116th Congress, is a guy who’s going to prison for lying to Congress. Mr. Chairman, you will always be identified with this hearing and we all need to know what this is.  This is the Michael Cohen hearing presented by Lanny Davis.  That’s right. Lanny Davis choreographed the whole thing, the Clintons’ best friend, loyalist, operative.  Lanny Davis put this all together.  He said the hearing was his idea, he selected this hearing, he had to talk Michael Cohen into coming and most importantly he had to persuade the chairman [Elijah Cummings] to actually have it.”

“I’ll say one thing about the Democrats, they stick to the playbook. So now, Clinton operative Lanny Davis has persuaded the chairman of the Oversight Committee to give a convicted felon a forum to tell stories and lie about the United States so that they can all lie about their impeachment process.”
The rat’s legal team includes Michael Monico, partner in the Chicago law firm Monico & Spevak, who practices high-stakes white collar litigation.  Monico told WGN’s The Roe Conn Show he is representing Empire star Jussie Smollett.

Attorneys spend a great deal of their time shoveling smoke.  They thrive on attention; just like a child.

Cohen will surrender to federal authorities on May 6 to begin his three-year sentence for lying to Congress in Otisville Federal Correctional Institution.  Forbes magazine ranked it as one of America’s “Ten Cushiest Prisons”.  It’s been referred to as a “castle behind bars.” 

As Andrew Klavan humorously wrote, “I sit before you today as a man who pled guilty to lying to Congress under oath—to testify to Congress under oath that I am not lying this time but lied last time—unless I’m lying this time too in which case forget I said anything.”

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