Dhillon on Roger Stone's Indictment

Harmeet Dhillon

Harmeet Dhillon Appears on FBN’s ‘Lou Dobbs Tonight’ To Discuss Roger Stone Arrest, End of Gov. Shutdown

According to Dhillon:

There’s nothing surprising about this [that the people were thrilled upon seeing Roger Stone get arrested]. We have seen it with every person who died like Mother Theresa who was a Trump supporter and were indicted—there have been the same glee on the left. Just like with Mother Theresa, you will see the same nasty glean outrage no matter who it is or who they are, or with a person like Roger Stone or whether it’s a young person in their 20s. The glee is there because of the hatred to Donald Trump. It doesn’t matter if it’s a steady state like the boy who cried wolf. It’s just the same level of noise, people have been tuning out. It helps the press’ lack of credibility accelerate but the indictment itself is much of nothing in my opinion.

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I’m a trial lawyer with 25 years of practice, and I am thinking that’s not a crime, that’s not a crime. If that were a crime, lawyers would be in jail and if someone does lie to Congress, that is a crime, but as we know, the people on the other side including James Comey, Hillary Clinton, and James Clapper have repeatedly lied to Congress and gone the away with it. I don’t think Donald Trump would have been elected by the American people if we believed that he was such a bad dealing maker to fall for something like that. What he did propose in the last three weeks was a moderate compromise, but something like that would be out of the question. Yes, that would be better outcome than what you described earlier [that we all get ready for President Trump’s declaration of national emergency].

Harmeet Dhillon is a nationally recognized lawyer, trusted boardroom advisor, and passionate advocate for individual, corporate and institutional clients across numerous industries and walks of life. Her focus is in commercial litigation, employment law, First Amendment rights, and election law matters.
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