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.

Hearing this from Katie Porter gives all of us who are concerned about the unfairness and corruption meted out by the federal judiciary some genuine hope.  Generally, I take what politicians say with a grain of salt, but I make an exception in Congresswoman Katie Porter’s case as she has demonstrated not only probably the highest degree of intelligence of any member of Congress, but the highest degree of integrity.  Anybody who has seen her in action in Congressional hearings knows what I am talking about.  She is by far the most prepared and smartest member of Congress, with the highest level of integrity, bar none.  The fact that she has the courage to publicly forcefully speak out and call out the judicial corruption in the federal judiciary for what it is speaks volumes as to her high level of courage and resolve to take on the corrupt forces in the federal judiciary and anybody who may decide to stand in the way of effecting much needed judicial reforms.  As a country, we owe Katie Porter a debt of gratitude for her willingness to tackle something that no other members of Congress are willing to do.

The evidence of unfairness and corruption in the federal judiciary has been lingering on and on forever and our do nothing elected officials and administrative officials within the judiciary have been completely asleep at the wheel and in effect complicit in the corruption by way of their chosen preference to look the other way and not “rock the boat”.  We have a “do nothing" House Judiciary Committee chaired by Jerrold Nadler of New York that does nothing but look the other way.  We have a “do nothing” Senate Judiciary Committee chaired by Dick Durbin of Illinois that does nothing but look the other way.  http://www.brianvukadinovich.com/blog/post/hey-dick-durbin-and-members-of-the-senate-judiciary-committee-where-are-you-hiding/.  Both of these committees are comprised of Democrats and Republicans alike who do nothing but protect the corrupt judges and justices by simply trying to act as though there are no corruption problems in the federal judiciary, when they very well know that the federal judiciary is infested with corrupt judges and justices who have been unmonitored and unchecked and allowed to go on their very merry ways in violating the laws of the United States in their corrupt ways —in many different ways.  We have chief judges in each circuit of the federal judiciary who have a very disturbing history of protecting the corrupt judges under their jurisdictions by simply routinely sweeping valid and credible judicial-misconduct complaints under the rug.  We have a chief justice of the United States, John Roberts, who smiles and looks the other way and acts as though the black robe worn by federal judges and justices somehow should insulate them from accountability.  We have a Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, Roslynn Mauskopf, who is basically a puppet of John Roberts, who has a history of opposing efforts for implementation of judicial accountability laws —Mauskopf is basically the marionette and Roberts is the puppeteer.  When problems in the federal judiciary are exposed, Roberts pulls the stings and Mauskopf does her act —a very dangerous act of protecting corrupt federal judges and justices.  In a nutshell, the federal judiciary is basically a criminal enterprise system that due to a very infected system is unfortunately allowed to police itself and protect the corrupt activities of the judges and justices.  Something is very wrong with that picture, and we all know it.  Representative Katie Porter knows it, and we should all be paying very close attention to what she is telling us.

One might wonder how do I know all of this, and the answer is very simple, Judge Richard A. Posner told me a lot about it when I served as executive director of the Posner Center of Justice for Pro Se’s, and I have also experienced the corruption firsthand and have reported the evidence of the corruption to these very authorities, all of whom have chosen to look the other way.  In point of fact I have filed a petition with the Judicial Conference of the United States in Washington, D.C. regarding case fixing that took place in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago by Judge Michael S. Kanne which was disclosed to me by a retired member of that court, Judge Richard A. Posner, who was on the panel of the case that Kanne had the decision fixed according to the revelation by Judge Posner.  The ridiculous chief judge of the Seventh Circuit, Diane S. Sykes, was so concerned about hiding the evidence of the case fixing that she decided to dismiss the judicial-misconduct complaint against Kanne without addressing the complaint on its merits —and did so without an on the record denial of case fixing by Kanne.  http://www.brianvukadinovich.com/blog/post/protectionism-of-case-fixing-is-alive-and-well-in-u-s-court-of-appeals-in-chicago/, http://www.brianvukadinovich.com/blog/post/the-stench-of-the-seventh-circuit-under-chief-judge-diane-s-sykes/.

And then there is Roslynn Mauskopf whose office, the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, refuses to provide a status of the petition I filed with the Judicial Conference of the United States that has undoubtedly chosen to sweep the petition under the rug since so much time has gone by as it is rather evident that they would rather look the other way instead of actually doing their job and investigating the corruption and taking appropriate action. http://www.brianvukadinovich.com/blog/post/why-is-the-u-s-court-administration-so-secretive-about-judge-michael-s-kanne-/, http://www.brianvukadinovich.com/blog/post/federal-judges-who-fix-case-and-court-officials-who-cover-up-the-case-fixing-are-domestic-terrorists/.

And then there is another player in the scheme of things, U. S. Senator Todd Young of Indiana, who I have asked to contact the Administrative Office of the United States Courts and inquire as to why this federal agency refuses to provide a status of my petition to the Judicial Conference of the United States as to the case fixing and cover up going on in the U.S. Court of Appeals in Chicago, and Senator Young’s office tells me that Young contacted this federal agency but it won’t respond back to him.  This all might sound well and good from Young, but the problem is, Young refuses to provide me with a copy of the letter that he said was sent to this federal agency.  http://www.brianvukadinovich.com/blog/post/senator-todd-young-of-indiana-should-demand-public-senate-judiciary-hearings-on-judicial-corruption-/.  The fact that Young refuses to show me a copy of the letter his office says was sent is a major red flag which makes a person reasonably wonder if Young actually even sent a letter as his office purported, but not shown to be true.  This is a classic case of how the machinery of judicial corruption operates.  It is essentially governmental sanctioned corruption.  And yes, that is exactly what is happening right here in the “good ole USA” before our very eyes!

The population in the U.S. is actually beginning to take notice as to how the federal judiciary and Supreme Court has been behaving and according to a recent Gallup Poll, the people don’t like what is going on.  According to the recent Gallup Poll, twenty-five percent of adults in the United States say they have “a great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court, down from 36% a year ago and five percentage points lower than the previous low recorded in 2014.  https://news.gallup.com/poll/394103/confidence-supreme-court-sinks-historic-low.aspx.  This should be a forewarning to the federal judiciary that the people have had enough of the federal judiciary’s chicanery and that we want changes, and we want them now!

The people in California’s 45th congressional district are very lucky to have Katie Porter as their representative in Congress.  And all of the people in the United States are the better for being lucky enough to have her in Congress.  At this point Representative Katie Porter is our only hope.  And I couldn’t think of a better person to have such hope in.  I urge all of the people in our country to get behind Representative Katie Porter and wholeheartedly support her efforts in effecting the much needed judicial reforms that she is fighting for.