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We Finally Have a Member of Congress Who Is Willing to Fight Judicial Corruption: Rep. Katie Porter!


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I do a lot of research and writing about judicial corruption in the federal judiciary and I noticed a very interesting posting by Representative Katie Porter (D-CA) on her Facebook page on July 1, 2022 where she said “No one is above the law, including judges and justices.  I'm urging my colleagues to crack down on corruption in the courts and tighten ethics requirements for the federal judiciary.”  This definitely caught my attention.  I then noticed a video of Representative Porter addressing Congress where she very eloquently stated:

“All government officials must be held accountable, especially those entrusted with the power to interpret our country’s laws.  Repeated scandals and lax ethics requirements for federal judges are eroding Americans’ confidence in the impartiality of our courts….The American people should not have to question if cases are being decided fairly.  We need stronger ethics rules to prevent these abuses of power from happening again.  I’m backing legislation that will root out corruption, prevent conflicts of interest, and increase transparency in all three branches of the federal government.  To restore public trust in our institutions, we must hold government officials to the highest standards. No one is above the law.”  https://www.facebook.com/watch/?ref=saved&v=1081944189393725.

Federal Judges Who Fix Cases and Court Officials Who Cover Up Case Fixing are Domestic Terrorists


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It is high time that we as a country finally come to the realization that our federal judiciary is infested with judicial terrorists who have been and continue to be on a mission to deprive “we the people” of our rights. Yes, indeed, there are actually federal statutes in place that criminalize judges who choose to violate the laws of the United States. These statutes are as follows:

The Time Has Come for Congress to Revisit the Outrageous Pensions Given to Federal Judges


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Because judges in the federal judiciary and justices on the Supreme Court have generally not been operating with a high degree of trust, the confidence level of the people in our federal judiciary and Supreme Court is at all all-time nadir.  The recent controversy surrounding the leaking of the Alito draft opinion as to the upcoming anticipated overruling of the Roe v. Wade decision regarding women’s abortion rights has brought the country to a tipping point.  It is therefore time for Congress to revisit and make some changes to some laws pertaining to federal judges and Supreme Court justices.

Why Is The U.S. Court Administration So Secretive About Judge Michael S. Kanne?


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We have a very serious problem in the county with judicial malfeasance issues which are being swept under the rug by federal court officials at every turn.  Case in point is what is currently taking place in the U.S. Court of Appeals in Chicago and the federal judiciary’s protectionism of case fixing.

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