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Not since those dark days of Watergate, has an administration attempted to circumvent, cover-up or whitewash its misdeeds as obviously as this administration. Even Richard Nixon had enough of whatever ethics he had left to resign the presidency for the good of the country.

Not so with this dismal cast of characters so corrupt that even Federal Judge Andrew S. Hanen finally acknowledged what has been apparent since this Chicago hustler has occupied the White House, that systemic corruption is rampant and has ordered every Department of Justice lawyer take an annual 3-hour ethics course for the next five years.

“Clearly, there seems to be a lack of knowledge about or adherence to the duties of professional responsibility in the halls of the Justice Department,” Hanen wrote in his ruling, according to The New York Times.

His anger stemmed from the department’s blatant refusal to obey his February 2015 order to stop moving forward with the president’s unconstitutional executive action on illegal immigration.

“For several months after that order, thousands of young illegal immigrants were given a three-year renewal of a program that grants them a temporary right to live and work in the United States legally,” The Times explained.

Obviously the good judge is being handled by the Obama team of corrupt JOD lawyers, who know exactly what they’re doing, there’s no confusion, no ambiguity, these are the same type of lawyers that organized crime families employ to tarnish the law.

Moreover, the incensed judge demanded that Attorney General Loretta Lynch provide him with a comprehensive plan on how she intends to prevent future bouts of unethical conduct among her corrupt staff members.

Perhaps rather than a silly admonition, the threat of a stiff prison sentence or at the very least a recommendation of disbarment would  send a message loud and clear to this administration that this judge will use whatever power he has to bring these crooks into compliance.

Ironically by today’s dismal standards, Richard Nixon indeed paid a heavy price for his misdeeds.

h/t: CT

 

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