Kelly Tshibaka: Fighting for justice at the Justice Department

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By KELLY TSHIBAKA

The trust of the nation rests in the hands of the people who compose the Department of Justice. It is a complex institution with intricate mechanisms and extensive responsibility for securing public safety across America.

Navigating these complexities requires exceptional wisdom, particularly when the Justice Department uses its power in ways that are unjust and intended to subvert the commander-in-chief elected by the people of the United States.

In a recent interview on STAND with Kelly & Niki Tshibaka, former acting attorney general of the United States, Matt Whitaker, shared his experiences, insights, and the challenges he faced during his tenure as the head of the Justice Department during the Trump Administration. 

Whitaker revealed how the bureaucratic elites within the department recklessly bent, broke, and twisted the law, undermining the U.S. Constitution, in order to subvert the rightful authority of a U.S. president they chose to despise. He detailed these experiences in his book, Above the Law.

Whitaker was not new to the Department of Justice, but came with an outsider’s perspective. During the interview, he reveals the formidable tasks he encountered as a prosecutor, particularly in his fight against child pornography and human trafficking. But despite the massive challenges he faced, his teams achieved huge victories. 

Whitaker credited those successes to following the rule of law and case law: “The path to justice is actually a well-worn path.” He also contrasted it with some of the prosecutorial decisions occurring in current cases against Trump that stretch the law “well beyond its snapping point, and there’s no case law on this because nobody’s ever done a case like this.”

Whitaker also underscored the absolute necessity of adhering to well-established laws and ethical responsibilities in the pursuit of justice. The adherence to the rule of law, regardless of the individual or situation in question, is fundamental to maintaining a fair and just society. He noted that in President Donald Trump’s cases, prosecutors and judges are not consistently following the rule of law, case law, or legal ethics.

Switching gears to the current state of affairs under the Biden Administration, Whitaker discussed the escalating crisis of human trafficking and the rise in fentanyl-related issues. He expressed concern that Biden’s open border policies were exacerbating these issues. 

On a broader scale, Whitaker highlighted the weaponization of government and the urgent need for accountability. Holding government agencies accountable for their actions is a crucial aspect of democracy. Whitaker shared his firsthand account of the actions he witnessed within the Department of Justice, discussing his book, Above the Law, which details the weaponization of law enforcement agencies. Whitaker’s insights on the abuses that occurred at the Department of Justice remind us of the importance of standing firm in our pursuit of justice and maintaining a vigilant eye on those in power.

Matt Whitaker’s interview on STAND presents a fascinating exploration of the complexities of social justice in modern society. His experiences, insights, and expert perspective offer valuable understanding of the challenges and responsibilities inherent in the pursuit of justice and equality of rights. By standing firm and strong, we can contribute to the fight for justice and freedom in America.

Kelly Tshibaka is the host of the podcast, TV, and radio show STAND, and the 2022 Alaska Republican candidate for U.S. Senate. She co-hosts the show with her husband, Niki Tshibaka.

14 COMMENTS

  1. Speaking of fighting for stupid…. How did our Senators vote on the NDAA? Bear in mind that this act did reauthorize warrantless wiretapping….

  2. GO Kelly Go! Matt Whitaker is a good guy. He would be a good Trump pick to take over the FBI and clean it out. I would have said the DOJ but Kash Patel must get that job. He will completely cleanout the rats from that ship!

  3. Its going to take more than “a mop and a broom” to clean up the DOJ. They are entrenched in every mouse corner of the agency. Got to read the book….

  4. Quit reading after this hypocrisy: “Whitaker also underscored the absolute necessity of adhering to well-established laws and ethical responsibilities in the pursuit of justice. The adherence to the rule of law, regardless of the individual or situation in question, is fundamental to maintaining a fair and just society. He noted that in President Donald Trump’s cases, prosecutors and judges are not consistently following the rule of law, case law, or legal ethics.”

    • And yet, Whitaker is so very accurate in this statement. I may not be a lawyer, but I have worked on a lot of cases in my time, and I’ve never seen such a blatant abuse of the law — it truly is weaponization.

  5. The illustrious Senator Sullivan voted to reauthorize the NDAA AND section 702

    He is such a GOOD Republican and SO concerned with your privacy……

  6. I’m liking Kelly more and more each day. She would have sent Lisa packing back to her hubbie’s noodle stand in Anchorage if there was a Republican Primary election held in August 2022. Instead, the Democrat’s RCV saved Lisa just like I saved her from defeat by Joe Miller in 2010. Frankly, I’m getting tired of this little whiney, spoiled daughter getting far more than she deserves. Thank you, Kelly and Nikki for giving us the truth. I bet your parents are proud that you both passed the Bar Exam on your first try. I would be.

  7. Rudy Giuliani. trump’s lawyer, was hit with a verdict and penalty. Not peanuts. Means something. I am curious if it matches the sort of subservience Ms Tshibaka paid for in requesting the endorsement of a criminal.

    • It wasn’t a criminal trial, you idiot. The real criminals are in your party……the Democrats. The Biden family. MRAK is for thinking people, Mrs. N. Go read the Daily Spews.

      • If this comment is directed toward me, ChrissyB, it’s without merit, as I am not a certifiable idiot. I don’t belong to any political party. I don’t agree that the US criminals in American politics, real, unreal, or imaginary belong to parties, but to personal allegiancies, such as folks that swear support to trumph & co. i.e. Ms Tshibaka and het fawning, feigning ring-kissing crowd. There are politicians in this country that swear to uphold the US Constitution and honor their promise.

        The title of the issue in this article related to justice. I don’t see Ms Tshibaka championing justice in any way in her bid for election to higher office, but in personal and self-enrichment, like Mr Rudy Giuliani is a real live criminal. He committed real verifiable crimes. (He should’ve been arrested by the fashion police for appearing in public for displaying leaking hair dye.)

        President Biden was elected to lead this country based on merit and is proving willing and able, and that he and his Administration can get the business done in turning the USA back on course, in the right direction, away from circling down the ruination drain that trumph & co were on a mad, wild goose chase to finish in his first four years.

        It’s not yours or anyone’s prerogative to tell me or anyone whether or not they think. I would be able to tell if you stink if I were in your proximity, but leave the decisions for determining who thinks to the thinker, and I am not referencing Rodin.

        As for the rest of your advice, my physician recommended a low-salt diet, but I could take a grain, no, no, not 62.5 mg, just a teensy, tiny crystal, and that would be it. And, now, I’m finished with my 30 minutes of negativity for the day. Onward and forward … don’t overdo the snow-shoveling. Take a break occasionally.

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