Meanwhile, at the Justice Department…

Deputy Barney Fife Attorney General Paul McNulty, mired up to his eyeballs in the shitstorm of Gonzogate worried about his family’s future, has tendered his resignation effective late this summer:

“The financial realities of college-age children and two decades of public service lead me to a long overdue transition in my career.”

Paul McNulty, soon gone. Monica Goodling, poof! Kyle Sampson, see ya! Let’s hope that pretty soon, we will be able to say…

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2 responses to “Meanwhile, at the Justice Department…

  1. Hell0 Nonnie!!
    I am jumping up and down with excitement because Paul McNulty resigned 🙂 😛 😆 😀 😛

    Here’s some info from Democracy Now!
    1. Caging is an illegal way of getting rid of black votes. You get a list of all the black voters. Then you send a letter to their homes. And if the person doesn’t sign it at the homes, the letter then is returned to the Republican National Committee. They then direct the state attorney general, who is friendly to them, who’s Republican, to remove that voter from the list on the alleged basis that that voter does not live in the address that they designated as their address on the voting application form. This is an illegal practice.

    2. In all, the Republican Party challenged nearly three million voters, a mass attack on minority voting rights virtually unreported in the US press.

    3. Greg Pallast has in his possession 500 of the so-called missing Karl Rove emails.

    4. The 500 emails contain 70,000 caging list names and they make it crystal clear that Tim Griffin was in charge of the WH caging lists operation.

    5. This is the same Tim Griffin that was shoe horned into the US Attorney’s post in the state of Arkansas at the expense of Bud Cummins.

    6. So what we have here is a case of the perpetrator of voter fraud becoming the prosecutor.

    7. Tim Griffin has never tried a case in court in his life. His competency level is that of “My Pet Goat” reader. His loyalty level is through the roof, however. Therefore he is a good rethug.

  2. nonnie9999

    hi mighty mikk0mouse 😀 !!
    gonzogate has so many layers. it’s like a giant onion (and it makes my eyes tear!). i enjoy seeing all of these hoodlums quivering in their boots, hiring their lawyers, and handing in their resignations. oh, how i hope that at least some of them wind up in jail. you made my day. greg palast is the best (only?) investigative reporter around. i can’t wait to see how he makes all the pieces fit.