Thursday, June 17, 2010

THE PROBLEM WITH RUMORS THEY ARE RUMORS


Last week I received a letter from the Department of Justice wherein the lawyer for the Obama Administration called the claims of corruption at the port over the 21.4 million non-existent bridge, and the Limas/Amit Livingston affair to be fanciful. Now if indictments do come down, it would not surprise me one hand at the DOJ has no idea what the other hand is doing.

In a year where the White House wants to see more Democrats in the governor’s house, it would seem highly unlikely this president would support indictments against Democrats in Texas while his candidate Bill White refuses to even denounce the corruption. South Texas needs to make clear to Bill White and the Democratic Party, not one vote until they cleanup the criminal enterprise which is the Democratic Party.

But rumors abound that next week 7 indictments are coming down.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who arethe 7?

BobbyWC said...

I have no idea - also I find the claims to be suspect because they go against what the DOJ told me in a letter - also the FBI normally issues target letters to possible suspects before indictment.

It is inconceivable to me that target letters have been issued to 7 people and they have managed to keep it under cover.

I have spoken with 2 bailiffs who would know if anyone at the court house has had visits by the FBI - they have told me nothing is happening at the court house as far as they know.

I couple this with the fact Bill While will look the fool if Dems are indicted at this time -

I see nothing happening - but I could be wrong