Wednesday, April 22, 2015

John Chisholm: Persecution of Innocent Wisconsin Conservatives

I'm so glad that Rush Limbaugh highlighted "John Doe's Tyranny," an article by David French, National Review.

It also appears online as "Wisconsin’s Shame: 'I Thought It Was a Home Invasion.'"

The abuse by John Chisholm is a national disgrace and deserves the national attention it's receiving.

From Rush Limbaugh:

Some truly outrageous things that have gone on in the state of Wisconsin that have happened at the same time as -- and as part of -- the effort to destroy Scott Walker. A similar effort, almost identical effort was made to destroy anybody and everybody who supported him and vote for him or donated money to him.

This effort was conducted by law enforcement!

Think of it this way: What do you think the greatest fear of the innocent is if law enforcement comes calling? Have you ever thought about this? Maybe some of you have experienced it. You are totally innocent. Nevertheless, you are being pursued. What is your greatest fear?

Your greatest fear is the system is gonna totally fail you and that there is nobody to stop an out-of-control cop, nobody to stop an out-of-control prosecutor, nobody to stop a corrupt judge, and that you're gonna be had no matter the fact that you are terribly innocent.

That is a fear a lot of people have, and it was routinely occurring in the state of Wisconsin during the recall efforts of Scott Walker and during the general elections and campaigns of Scott Walker. Now, everybody knows what he went through. Everybody knows what his family went through. What nobody outside the state of Wisconsin knows -- until now, because National Review has uncovered it in great detail with a story by David French.

Nobody knew what just average, ordinary nameless, faceless people who happened to just donate to him or vote for him went through as well. Midnight raids on their homes. Police with battering rams breaking down their front doors at midnight, at one or two in the morning. It was never explained why law enforcement was after them. They were forbidden to tell anybody who was going on. The neighborhood saw it all happen.

The neighborhood, people in the neighborhood wondered, "What in the world did that family do? My God, we got scared to death!" The cops didn't have to explain anything, whatever the prosecutor wanted -- and his name is one I hope you will never forget, as well as the judge involved in this. I hope neither of these names do you ever forget, because they are the essence of liberal Democrat corruption run amok with no limits and no stops whatsoever.

It is frighteningly outrageous. It's the kind of stuff that Hollywood makes movies about that, when you watch, you might fear it, but you would never, ever dream of it really happening. That's why it's in a movie. So I want to try to explain in a little bit more detail what this story is about. But ultimately you're gonna have to read it at National Review.

..."Why would a prosecutor lie? Why would a prosecutor say somebody's guilty if they're not? They don't have time to waste on this. There are too many guilty people to go get to waste time on the innocent." The innocent in Wisconsin were guilty because they were conservative. The left in Wisconsin was losing everything. They were losing their union domination and control. Scott Walker was decimating all the systems they had put in place.

They literally lashed out in panic, anger, and you name it to punish people who had voted for Walker, who had raised money for him, who they thought had voted for him. It was the kind of thing that Vladimir Putin does and we all laugh about because that's what we expect in a tyrannical dictatorship like the Soviet Union or Russia. We find out that it can happen here and has happened here, and there was no mechanism to stop it. The prosecutor's name is Chisholm, John Chisholm, and I hope his name is never forgotten.
Yes, the chickens are coming home to roost.


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