Quid pro quo talk is a mere "conspiracy theory," local paper claims.
Conspiracy theory just means following the money
"Rather noticeably, the governor’s office never did explain why they fired the AG on New Year’s Eve, of all days."
This is how you know it's bullshit. If they wanted to avoid the conspiracy theories, they simply had to wait a couple weeks and not fire somebody ON A HOLIDAY.
“The AG was not relieved of her duties because of Epstein or the JPMorgan suit. In fact, the governor supported the AG in going about seeking justice for the victims.” The obvious follow up question being “will the new AG be pursuing the case against JP Morgan?”
Doesn’t appear those who used Epsteins’s services will ever become known. Could it be the reason for non-disclosure is because they are the rich, famous and politically connected?
Well, that settles it, I guess. Nothing to see here. /sarc/
generally the accusation of conspiracy theory is a tell indicating that the accuser is attempting to divert attention to a sensitive issue. When employed, one should find encouragement that one is on to something.
Her announcement is gobbledygook, leaving open avenues to be hushed up with cash awards and desirable appointments, as the lawsuit may have been designed to do. Anyone who doubts that JP Morgan is a criminal enterprise has not been observing the function of big banks on our society (See for example, ESG scores, slush funds, bailouts, financial fraud, war starting, etc.). The future will reveal the reason. See if the lawsuit is pursued now that she is gone. See where she turns up. The mafia that calls itself the Democratic Party has a huge lawfare organization.
This is the same type of coincidence that happens when people die after taking the "vaccine". Only a conspiracy theorist would think otherwise. Jeesh people, why so suspicious all the time? Move along!!!!
Right. Sure. Totally believable. 🙄
Sure she did. In a related note, she said that "the check is in the mail," "the jabs are safe and effective," and "Epstein clearly committed suicide."
Pure coincidence no doubt. Not at all related to 90% of the power brokers going down if the AG was successful
Move along....nothing to see here.
Power in play.
Unrelated internal issues, lol. 🤣 They always come up with the most BS excuses. Looks like the result of Sleazy Joe's influence. 🤡
Is it common practice for a US prosecutor to consult an elected official before filing suits?
I'm not american so I wouldn't know how you do it, but here that would be wrong, against procedure, and possibly illegal.
At the least it would render the initiator of the consult a formal warning and a black mark against their career, and possibly the other party too if they had refrained from reporting the improper consultation.
That is, unless they have protection from the Socialist Democrat party.
I am saddened to heat that Albert Bryan accidentally terminally baked in his malfunctioning sauna next Thursday.