Every Prosecutor On Roger Case Quits In Protest After DOJ Lightens Sentencing Recommendation | MSNBC

Every Prosecutor On Roger Case Quits In Protest After DOJ Lightens Sentencing Recommendation | MSNBC 1

 

Every prosecutor in Roger Stone's criminal case abruptly resigned from the case on Tuesday after the Justice Department said it planned to reduce its recommended 7 to 9 years sentence for the longtime Trump ally.

72 Comments on "Every Prosecutor On Roger Case Quits In Protest After DOJ Lightens Sentencing Recommendation | MSNBC"

  1. November, November, November, November!!!!! WE must all vote to remove this corrupt SOB!!!

  2. Roger Stone is soooooo creepy. He reminds me of a creepy pervert.

  3. When you have criminals in the DOJ, crime does pay.

  4. Bionica Herbal | February 11, 2020 at 8:23 PM | Reply

    Barr has to go- 100%.

  5. Let’s get ready for the “Pardon Parade” that I’m sure is coming. Smh.

  6. Roland Gonzales | February 11, 2020 at 8:27 PM | Reply

    Barr will go down as the most corrupt in the departments history.

  7. The US is now officially a part of history. The Corruption is endless.

  8. The damage to our country might be irreversible.

  9. Folks better turn out big in November or there are no excuses

    • @Theze Nutz You mean Heil Trump? I bet you told us all during Obama’s tenure you had morals, family values, and respect for law and order. None of it true so yes for your Trump (kim Jung Un wannabe) in 2020.

    • Mobster Don: PLEASE please please pardon Roger Stone. THEN EVERYONE WILL SEE YOU FOR WHAT YOU ARE! A CROOK, A MOBSTER, AND A COMMIE LOVER!

    • The elections will be overshadowed by a number of corruption investigations into members of the democratic party. Not just the Bidens, the made up scandal will have a wider spread and implications. And most Americans will believe, where there is smoke there is fire. The GOP/trump is following the same play book that got Erdoğan of Turkey in power. The next step in that play book: After re-election a push for new rules that allow journalist to be held legally accountable for “untrue” reporting.

  10. Stone is getting pardoned along with manafort….

  11. shellielove Hudson | February 11, 2020 at 8:35 PM | Reply

    He said he could shoot someone on 5th ave. He told you who he was.

  12. The most corrupt administration of all time.

  13. Narcissists protect narcissists. They stick together, strengthen and enable each other.

    • @Michael Taylor I do. Have been studying it for years.

    • Michael Taylor | February 11, 2020 at 9:57 PM | Reply

      Good luck with that!

    • @Michael Taylor I don’t understand but it really doesn’t matter.

    • Trump does have a personality disorder, obviously.
      A true NPD individual helps only themselves, they do not stick together. All actions are only to help the NPD individual.
      You need to see more of this in the wild.
      The daywalkers are out there…

      Oh and good luck! This is the start of the mess. Realy think you can vote him out? 😁

  14. He is getting away with everything else and now he wants to be a dictator

  15. When Trump goes down, and he will, we need to be sure to go after all of these corrupt cronies! Jail Jail Jail top to bottom

    • Good idea but the crooks are holding the jail keys! Where are gop senators big mouths now.

    • Obama didn’t go after Bush and Cheney and when you realize that both parties like to engage in criminal behavior and never be held accountable you will understand why this will never happen.

  16. Bruce Swearingen | February 11, 2020 at 9:15 PM | Reply

    G reedy
    O ld
    P irates

    The most Dangerous Organized Crime Group in 🇺🇸 history

  17. “Political infestaion of the office”. That says it all.

  18. This is clearly the most corrupt administration in American history. Thanks to you gutless republicans

  19. “This is America. And here, right matters.” -Lt. Col Vindman

    Mattered.

  20. “No one is above the law, not even the President”

    Does anyone actually believe this anymore?? 🙄

    • darknightoftroy | February 11, 2020 at 10:29 PM | Reply

      Depends what kind of law you mean.
      If you’re talking about official US law enforcement, then no, of course not.
      If you’re talking about natural law, and justice and consequences, they yeah, I still believe in it. Nobody is above it, though some manage to escape it.
      Still, we should seek to uphold the constitution.

    • Timothy Antoine | February 11, 2020 at 10:32 PM | Reply

      Obama showed us that wasn’t true years ago .

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