Robert Mueller was furious after President Trump commuted Roger Stone’s sentence.
Mueller fired back at the President with a rare public attack.
But then Kayleigh McEnany had one message for Robert Mueller that he never expected.
Back in January of 2019, Robert Mueller indicted Roger Stone with one count of obstruction, five counts of false statements, and one count of witness tampering. Stone pleaded not guilty, denying the charges.
In November 2019, a jury convicted Stone in federal court.
They found him guilty on all counts against him and even added on the charge of obstructing the congressional investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
On February 20, 2020, he was sentenced to 40 months in prison and a hefty fine of $20,000.
Just recently, in a move that floored the Department of Justice, the President commuted Stone’s prison time.
The White House stated that Stone was “a victim of the Russia hoax that the left and its allies in media perpetuated for years in an attempt to undermine the Trump presidency.”
They went on to explain that Stone would be put “at serious medical risk in prison.”
There have been two responses to Stone’s commutation.
On the one hand, there is the left, angry that their plan to lock away Trump’s closest supporters did not work.
Stone’s commutation not only puts a dark stain on their record, it is the final nail in the coffin of their Russian hoax.
On the other hand, there are the people who rightly believe he never should have been subjected to such a cruel investigation and a harsh sentence.
The feelings of this side are accurately expressed by White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who gave a press conference concerning Trump’s commutation of Stone.
“The Roger Stone clemency was an important moment for justice in this country. You had a completely bogus Russia witch-hunt that found nothing and in order to justify the waste of tax-payers’ dollars you had Robert Mueller charging people with process crimes.”
She went on to talk about how the government has not prosecuted other key figures who were charged with the same misdeeds as Stone was.
“Stone was charged of false statements, but McCabe…Brennan…Clapper, all charged of false statements, but last time I checked, they didn’t have FBI agents wearing tactical gear showing up at their house in pre-dawn raid wielding M-4 rifles.”
From these statements, one can easily see how biased and opinionated the justice system can be.
These men, Andrew McCabe, John O. Brennan, and James Clapper, all stood separate from Trump.
Thus, they were not persecuted.
Roger Stone, on the other hand, was directly involved with Trump.
This resulted in the ridiculous witch-hunt and subsequent attempted destruction of this man.
McEnany summarizes this with her closing statement, saying “There are really two standards of justice in this country.”
This statement could not more accurately express the truth of what really happens in the justice system.
There are two sides of justice: Either you are against Trump and free to do whatever you would like, or you are for Trump and persecuted for a made-up hoax.