Israel’s $1 Million Payoff to Dr. Fauci Violates the Constitution

U.S. officials should not accept money from foreign sources for the positions they take in our government.

By E. Donald Elliott | 17 March 2021

THE AMERICAN SPECTATOR — The essence of law is even-handed application of neutral principles to those whom we like and those whom we dislike or with whom we disagree.

I learned that in 1974 when I was sworn in as a law clerk to the Honorable Gerhard A. Gesell, a distinguished U.S. district judge in Washington, D.C. I had to swear to do equal justice to rich and poor alike. As a young Yale-educated revolutionary, I desired to use the law to promote what I saw as social justice, and I was taken aback that I had to swear to be fair to the rich too!

I have spent most of my adult life ever since trying to teach law students why the even-handed application of neutral principles, not one’s personal policy preferences, is the foundation of civilized society. It is what we mean when we say we aspire to be a government of laws, and not of men and women, and that no one is above the law. […]

2 Comments on Israel’s $1 Million Payoff to Dr. Fauci Violates the Constitution

  1. Meanwhile, Whitney Webb was kicked off Patreon for writing about COVID-19 (link) — the piece that triggered Patreon wasn’t even published there (!) — the Establishment has clearly/really gone all-in on this — I now expect the worst, i.e. massive restrictions on the unvaccinated, to the point you will not be able to live a normal/your life as before (pre-COVID).

  2. How many Jewish students were in Yale? Trying to teach them to treat everyone the same is an effort in futility. They are taught from birth that everyone does not have the same rights. Only the Goy can absorb the fairness teaching.

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