The California justice system is an interesting place.
If you catch Planned Parenthood trafficking in baby parts, you’ll be the one that they put on trial. And if you come out and accuse the Democrat 2020 nominee of sexually assaulting you, California will launch an investigation into you.
The Monterey County District Attorney’s office has launched an investigation into whether Tara Reade lied on the witness stand while acting as an expert witness.
Reade, under the name Alexandra McCabe, for years testified as an expert in domestic violence cases for the California D.A.’s office. Among the issues is whether she lied about her credentials to qualify as an expert.
“We are investigating whether Ms. McCabe gave false testimony under oath,” Monterey County chief assistant district attorney Berkley Brannon told POLITICO Tuesday.
Berkley Brannon is a Democrat donor. Will there be a job waiting for him in a Biden administration?
And I’m sure that this vital issue came up now for reasons having nothing to do with Reade accusing Biden of assault.
This is reminiscent of the Benghazi Mohammed YouTube video case in which a guy was hunted down in California on the orders of the Obama administration, as admitted by Hillary Clinton, on some technicality.
Reade may or may not be reliable, she may or may not be telling the truth, but this is a straightforward attempt by Democrats to suppress a woman coming forward to accuse their guy of sexual assault. And if any Kavanaugh accuser had been hit with an investigation for coming forward, there would have been holy hell to pay.
Berkley Brannon seems to have a history of filing charges against Republicans that Democrats would never get charged for.
A former state Assembly candidate pleaded not guilty to five felony counts related to voter fraud in the 2018 campaign Thursday.
Neil Kitchens, a Republican who ran in California’s 30th Assembly District, faces two counts of voter registration fraud and three counts of filing false documents, according to a May 24 criminal complaint from the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office.
Represented by attorney Frank Dice, Kitchens appeared in court Thursday for his arraignment. His counsel declined to comment afterward.
Berkley Brannon, chief assistant district attorney, said the allegations relate to Kitchens’ filing as a voter and candidate in a property he owned in the 30th District. He allegedly didn’t live within the boundaries, which is legally required.
And then there’s this story charging a guy for exposing how easy it is to commit voter fraud.
A Pacific Grove man said he registered his dead father and four dogs to vote so he could highlight voter fraud.
Now, after doing so, he faces three years’s probation for committing voter registration fraud himself.
Richard Davis, 68, says he was so perturbed by national reports of voter fraud that he admits to falsely registering his golden retrievers and deceased father to vote.
“I was trying to do my patriotic duty and just bring awareness,” said Davis.
Although registering the dogs didn’t bring the authorities down on him — though he called and told them exactly what he was doing — registering his father did. He was slapped with a felony by the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office in October 2018 and sentenced to probation Friday.
Davis reported himself to the county District Attorney’s office so as to ward off legal ramifications for the fraudulent registration, and called local news station KSBW, which ran a story on his protest.
Monterey County Assistant District Attorney Berkley Brannon said the DA’s office warned Davis to stop filing fictitious voter registrations after registering golden retriever Pfeiffer to vote.
“We appreciate his political activism on this and told him not to do it again,” said Brannon. “He went ahead and did it again.”
You caught us committing crimes. We’re going to charge you with a felony.
It’s about time to start treating California like the segregated South.