A former First lady of Iowa was arrested, charged, pleaded guilty to, and fined for public intoxication during the Iowa State Fair. She is currently a top paid assistant attorney general for the State of Iowa.
The Iowa Attorney General is Democrat Tom Miller. The former First lady is Democrat Mari Culver. And this is a partisan political issue without a doubt.
If the guilty former First lady had been a Republican working for the State. There would have been an immediate call for her resignation especially after she pleaded guilty. But since she is a fellow Democrat, the Attorney Generals office spokesman Geoff Greenwood is quoted in the Des Moines Register as saying that this is a personal matter that does not involve our office, we have no comment.
So Mari Culver should step up and do the right thing and resign. Tom Miller should also do the right thing and accept the resignation. But I doubt either of them will do the right thing.
Last week the Attorneys General of 20 states sent a letter of the Deputy Attorney General of the United States. They called the firing of FBI Director James Comey by President Trump a violation of the public trust. But when reading the letter that was penned by Maura Healey, the Attorney General of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, we see a lot of problems with it.
In the letter, Ms Healey states that the firing of Mr Comey is a violation of the public trust. As a member of that public I do not consider the action to be any kind of violation. Mr Comey should have been fired on January 20th. And as the FBI Director his term of employment is subject to the will of the President.
In the same paragraph Ms Healey refers to our system of government as a democratic system. Ms Healey needs to attend a non Liberal civics 101 class and learn that our system is a constitutional republic.
Also in the 2nd paragraph opens with the following sentence, and I quote:
The residents of our states and the American people deserve a through investigation that makes clear the extent of Russian meddling, any collusion by Trump campaign officials, and any cover-up.
So Ms Healey clearly states there was, without a doubt, Russian meddling in the 2016 Presidential Elections. Where is your proof Ms Healey? Your letter doesn’t state that Russian meddling is a possibility, it states it as a fact. As caught red handed in the cookie jar.
Perhaps Ms Healey also needs to take course in American law. Where one is innocent until proven guilty. But to her, and the other Liberals like her, Donald Trump is guilty without a trial and without evidence since there isn’t a single shred of it.
It is worth noting that 19 of the 20 Attorneys General who signed this letter are all registered Democrats. All 19 of those are from liberal states. Only 1 is not a Democrat, but I have yet to find out what that one is. And I am ashamed to say that my own State Attorney General is among those who signed this ridiculous document.
Here is the complete text and signatures of the letter.