Sunday, April 18, 2021

Recusal is a Term No Longer Used

Recusal is a Term No Longer Used

Al Ritter

We usually think of the term recusal when a judge removes himself from a case because of a past conflict of interest. Even recently Jeff Sessions recused himself as Attorney General when addressing certain issues that he faced.

GONE are those days!

David Chipman, a past A.T.F. officer that even participated in the attack on the Branch Davidians in Waco Texas that caused the death of 70 American citizens and gave the Clinton Administration a black eye for years to come.

The story gets even stranger as he embellished his story about the event as he claimed that the Davidians shot down two helicopters with a 50 caliber Barrett sniper rifle, which later was proven to be a falsehood.

He also worked on the Oklahoma City Bombing and the first World Trade Center Bombing, serving 25 years on the job.

After Chipman left the A. T. F. (or as Biden called it the A.F.T.) he became a lobbyist for gun control advocacy reform groups including the Gabby Gifford group, Everytown for Gun Safety, and even the Brady group against Gun Violence.

It is deeply disturbing that any government appointee is allowed to serve after being a lobbyist. Obviously most lobbyists represent a specific point of view and pay certain politicians to adopt those views. To me a lobbyist represents everything that is bad in America, and shouldn’t even be allowed.

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Anonymous said...

I guess it's easy for Biden to appoint liars like him

Unknown said...

I am sure that this appointee has the same "values" as this administration. NONE!

Bud S said...

I agree Al