Crom’s Crommentary: Corruption of the Law

May 22, 2023

Live from Music Row, Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – guest host Gulbransen welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio for another edition of “Crom’s Crommentary.”


Aaron, this Crommentary is about a series of articles that I’ve read that fall under the general heading of the corruption of the law. This is very concerning but not surprising which is the problem we have these days where many things are happening that are terrible for our country.

But they’re no longer surprising. And this one is by Jay Mitchell of The Wall Street Journal. Headline: The new bar exam, puts DEI over competence. What they’re doing is they’re changing the bar exam so that you no longer have to prove that you’re proficient in the law itself. You have to prove that you are a good person as defined by the left.

Meaning that you are in favor of diversity, equity, and inclusion. And if the law. Says otherwise your job is to fall in the favor of DEI rather than the law. What that does is corrupt the law. It means we are in the Allison Wonderland phase of the law, which is the law, means nothing other than what I mean it to say nothing more, nothing less.

Now you even begin to see this leaking into our society. And I believe it’s criminal. And Brandon was talking about the appliances when regulatory people do more than the statutes allow them to do I don’t believe that a regulator can go down and beat somebody up or assault a woman without being criminal and without the possibility of criminal indictment and prosecution.

Their job does not give them the authority to ignore the law as it exists and destroy billions of dollars of value for the consumer. And so I believe that the next administration should, in keeping with the law, have grand juries look around the country, not just in Washington, but around the country at the additional corruption of the law.

You have Biden, who is now claiming that he’s going to look to the 14th Amendment to try to go around Congress’s position and authority to increase the debt ceiling. What’s absolutely amazing about the article itself is he says, I’m looking at the 14th Amendment as to whether or not we have the authority.

I think we have the authority. Then he actually quotes the part of the 14th amendment that matters in relation to the debt. It says, Americans’ public debt shall not be questioned. So the 14th Amendment is part of the constitution that says that if you have the revenue to pay the interest and service the federal debt, that is the first thing you must do with revenue.

So people who claim that we’ll default if we don’t increase the debt ceiling obviously have not read that part of the Constitution, or they are practicing this new area of law that law schools are going to be teaching. And that is, we teach DEI, we don’t teach the law.

And so that is another example of the corruption of the law. Then under the theory of the law, according to the left, George Santos said things during his campaign that were incorrect and that he bamboozled the voters.

Here’s Joe Biden and what he said. This is a quote. And there are a lot of others. For example, “The idea that we are in terms of taxes that they refuse to, for example, we, I am able to balance the budget. I was able to balance the budget and pass everything from the global warming bill.”

He didn’t balance the budget. He’s running for election. Isn’t he a candidate? Hadn’t he already announced that he was a candidate? Isn’t that a lie that he’s trying to puff up his resume and make a false claim? Of course, everybody knows that’s completely ridiculous. So we have an example of a politician who is claiming in his vita that he did something that he didn’t do.

Interestingly, overseas he is claiming that he imposed an act that he had actually repealed, and then Trump put it in. Then he repealed it and now he’s putting it back in and he’s claiming that he’s the one who did it in the first place. That would be another example of puffing up your resume.

And we now know that according to the left, that is a crime. This is Biden taking credit for forming the Quad Alliance which is the alliance of Pacific countries, including Australia and Japan and the United States that Trump had done in 2017. And so for him to claim that he’s doing something that he didn’t, my goodness.

That is another example of him playing the part of George Santos and since we’re all equal under the law, as Nancy Pelosi says, he needs to be treated as such. And so what we are seeing here is a general and continuing corruption of our laws and hopefully, the American public will see what’s going on and turn that around in the next election.

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