Michigan Supreme Court Annihilates Corrupt State Attorney General
President Trump knew what he was doing by appointing so many federal court judges. He recognized that the local level is where the action is at.
Sure, Washington, D.C. and what they do there has a big effect on the country, but local leaders can also take matters into their own wants when the federal government refuses to do so.
Recently, the Michigan Supreme Court threw out all charges that were brought against the former governor of Michigan, Rick Snyder, as well as the other members of government in a case that was tainted heavily by the corrupt Democrats of the state.
The corrupt Attorney General Dana Nessel royally screwed things up for when she fired the chief investigator into the matter and appointed her own corrupt investigators who didn’t care about following the law.
In the court declaration, they wrote:
“These prosecutions of Governor Snyder and the other defendants were never about seeking justice for the citizens of Flint. Rather, Attorney General Nessel and her political appointee Solicitor General Fadwa Hammoud staged a self-interested, vindictive, wasteful and politically motivated prosecution.”
The Blaze reported,
The indictments themselves were a reversal of sorts. When Nessel assumed office in 2019, she immediately dismissed Todd Flood, the special prosecutor assigned by Nessel’s predecessor, Bill Schuette, to investigate the crisis, and instead appointed Fadwa Hammoud to the task. Hammoud then paired with Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy, and the two appointed Judge David Newblatt of Genesee County, where Flint is located, to be a one-judge grand jury with the power to investigate evidence in secret and issue indictments according to his findings.
The secretive nature of the proceedings and the exploitation of a loophole in Michigan law that permits a one-judge grand jury under rare circumstances led the Michigan Supreme Court to call the process a “Star Chamber comeback,” a reference to the sixteenth-century English law enforcement body that often waged attacks against the English sovereign’s political adversaries.
Unfortunately, this has become a trademark of liberalism. They are the most vindictive group of people in the country. We’ve seen this with the January 6 Committee, we’ve seen this with two impeachment processes against one Republican president, we’ve seen this with the Cancel Culture, and everywhere else. They are nasty and vindictive and throw a fit if they don’t get their way.