CutJibNewsletter Speaks: Season 7, Episode 2

CutJibNewsletter Speaks!
CutJibNewsletter Speaks!
CutJibNewsletter Speaks: Season 7, Episode 2

CBD speaks with special guest “Vox Clamantis,” military intelligence vet, formerly of the Trump administration and legal eagle extraordinaire digging deep down into the nuts and bolts of the J-6 prosecutions, which are in fact unprecedented political persecutions, the crucial US vs Fischer case coming up at SCOTUS, the pesky Constitution and gun rights, and much more!

10 comments to “CutJibNewsletter Speaks: Season 7, Episode 2”
  1. The left has achieved what they wanted… hardly no one on the right will protest or speak up for fear of retaliation and/or being charged.
    Another problem with the J6er’s defense attorneys is cost. Many of the defendants don’t have deep pockets and the financial means to put up a good defense that is taking years. I know I would not be able to.

  2. Interesting as always.

    1) I liken the defendants in the Capitol setup to Joseph of Egypt. We don’t know how long he was in the jug on a false accusation, but he wound up in charge of the entire country. Someday these people will be honored. Keep the faith.

    2) What fries me about the entire Enron mess was that the CEO (or chairman?), a big contributor to G.W,. Bush, went to him for assistance when the blowup came, and Bush said NO. But the goddamned MSM painted that as corruption. I’m still angry.

  3. 50 years of Marxist Seminaries graduating lawyers is my guess why the DOJ is following the Bolsheviks

    Lin-Duh 👍

  4. Another amazing podcast! Please have Vox Clamantis back again. Cogent, educational, interesting, and concise.

    I pray that Congress passes the legislation suggested toward the end of the podcast. That would be in the true interest of justice for every American.

  5. I was a little concerned that his deep dive into the persecutions was too much. I am fascinated by it, but maybe I am in the minority. I’m glad you found it interesting!

  6. Very interesting and well done podcast. I’m going to try to find Vox Clemantis’ substack so I can follow him

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