UPDATE: U.S.A.: Innocent Until Proven Guilty. // FBI’s Mueller: Pfft.

Let’s make an analogy with priests. If priests are accused, it is the very accusation which is the proof. That’s it. Settlement made. Throat slit. Money paid out.

Let’s turn that around again. I wonder who’s been on the take in the FBI, getting paid by other backers of chaos, like, say, perhaps, George Soros. Follow the money.

At any rate, it seems that Mueller didn’t write the report. It really seems he’s starting to suffer from Dementia and/or Alzheimers. I see it  quite a bit. It was the way the face contorted. On a human level, I felt sorry for him.

Having said that, the principle that “one is innocent until proven guilty” must be upheld. There is no one who can prove their innocence, and even if they could, there will be no one to listen, for the one who listens has already decided for guilt for having already accepted the impossible burden for the defendant of proving his innocence. For instance, when it was objected that a defendant already proved his innocence by having been born after the alleged crime is said to have occurred, the judge said that that is irrelevant. Get it?

There are those in the FBI who may well have committed treason. One has to take a close look also at Brennan and Clapper. Just. Wow.

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One response to “UPDATE: U.S.A.: Innocent Until Proven Guilty. // FBI’s Mueller: Pfft.

  1. gp

    with that analogy let it be known not only is a priest automatically guility no matter what but he who makes little financially has to come up with his own lawyer. Diocese for the most part provide no support for defense. So your like a duck in a pond on first day of hunting season. No where to go but to be shot

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