Trump will Pardon D’Souza

Good for him!

Trump to Pardon D’Souza

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Author: Bryan G. Stephens

Bryan G. Stephens is a former executive on a mission to transform the workplace. He is the founder and CEO of TalkForward, a consulting and training company, utilizing Bryan’s clinical and management expertise to develop managers and teams in a corporate environment. As a licensed therapist with strong understanding of developing human potential, he is dedicated to the development of Human Capital to meet the needs of leaders, managers, and employees in the 21st Century workplace. Bryan has an Executive MBA from Kennesaw State University, Coles School of Business, and both a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.

8 thoughts on “Trump will Pardon D’Souza”

  1. The pattern emerging is everyone who was prosecuted as “an example” by an out of control DOJ. Martha Stewart next, Blagoiovich and so forth.

    Each of these is a shot at the DOJ, and all of these make a case for the wholesale rebuild necessary.

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  2. Pardoning Martha Stewart is a bit of Trump genius. A woman. A progressive. A major Dem supporter. OK, CNNBCBSABCESPNMSNBCPBNPRUnivision, how are you going to play that? If only he would issue a symbolic “pardon” to Paul Robeson and Walter Duranty for their support of Communism, wouldn’t that be fun?

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  3. Excellent post BGS because D’Souza has always been a favorite.

    Don’t ask me to find this quote from the four books I’ve bought from him but I’ve always been enamored of his support for the effects of colonial influence upon his native land of India. He said and I am very roughly paraphrasing here:

    “If I had told my parents in a traditional Indian culture that I wanted to write books for a living about politics or even humor, I would have been shunned. The West opened my eyes to a multitude of possibilities.”

    He’s brave and he’s bold and I believe a former friend of Ingraham’s at Dartmouth!

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  4. I am all in favor of the pardon for D’Souza.

    I also favor a pardon for Ms. Stewart.

    I am not in favor of a pardon for Blagojevich.   He really was guilty of corruption in office.   He may have been badly treated by the prosecutor and the court, and he may not have been nearly as guilty as some of his predecessors, but I don’t think he is deserving of a pardon.

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  5. MJBubba:
    I am not in favor of a pardon for Blagojevich.   He really was guilty of corruption in office.   He may have been badly treated by the prosecutor and the court, and he may not have been nearly as guilty as some of his predecessors, but I don’t think he is deserving of a pardon.

    I think he is in line for a commutation, not a pardon. He was way over-sentenced.

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