Government’s case against Steve Stockman getting weaker
By Rachel Alexander
web posted August 5, 2019
Former Congressman Steve Stockman is unfairly serving a 10-year prison term for supposedly misusing nonprofit funds. The popular Texas conservative was convicted due to an improper trial against him, with prosecutors presenting incorrect information to the jury and getting the judge to agree to prohibit him from producing helpful evidence. They claimed he misused funds from two nonprofits he worked with — but the money went for voter education and youth training as promised.
This is not fraud but a drive-by political hit by Andrew Weismann, chief of the criminal fraud section of the DOJ and Andrew McCabe, formerly of the FBI. This corrupt cabal went after President Obama’s and Hillary Clinton’s political opponents — standard operating process for the DOJ. What the…