More conspiracy, the Ford letter started in Congress with wealthy Anna Esho

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    “A plain reading of 18 USC 1001 suggests that in the matter of a specific presidential nomination pending before the U.S. Senate, statements made to a House member on that matter may not be covered by the statute’s prohibition on false statements,” Davis wrote.
    More Conspirarcy, The Ford Letter Started In Congress with Wealthy Anna Eshoo


    If false statements can be given and go unpunished there is something seriously wrong with the court system and those who hold people's lives in their hands. If the legal system prosecutes only those who do not fit the narratives what will they do when someone innocent appears before them?

    Is this really a conspiracy or the view of the writer? What determines false statements?
     
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    yes--if they are truly false--they should be punished
     
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