October 18, 2012
Yes, it is. It is time to move on to take further steps to ensure justice for the people of the CNMI and consequences for the lawbreakers, including Governor Fitial, former AG Edward Buckingham and the mafia-like DPS thug squad. Laws have been broken and individuals need to be prosecuted for their crimes.
Since when is it ethical or legal for a police officer to assault innocent victims like a Chinese foreign worker and KSPN news reporter Tina Sablan and face absolutely no consequences? Since when is it ethical or legal to use federally funded vehicles and equipment to obstruct justice and break the law by allowing the former AG to escape from a court appearance with the governor's knowledge and apparent blessing? Since when can a governor order cabinet members and key government officials to a political lunch meeting while they are on the clock and using government equipment and vehicles? Why can a governor take a federal prisoner out of jail to give him a midnight massage?
Where are the federal officials to investigate these outrageous acts? Where is the U.S. Civil Rights Commission to stop the constant violations of the Fitial Administration?
It is time for the people of the CNMI to say no to corruption and vote out the Fitial loyalists who turn a blind eye to corruption for their own selfish political gain. The Fitial loyalists who voted no to impeachment:
Governor Fitial has abused his power and in doing so he has abused the trust of the good people of the CNMI and brought the commonwealth to its knees. The governor believes that he and his thug-squad are above the law. With is broken moral compass Fitial has taken the people of the CNMI down a dangerous path from which there may be no easy escape route.
Fitial told a KSPN reporter, "I want to thank the House for making this political fertilizer extinguished." Well, the political sh*t was created by Fitial and his corrupt followers and it has figuratively and literally trashed the commonwealth. It will keep piling up until Fitial and the other lawbreakers face consequences.
The CNMI Rally Against Corruption is October 21st at 10AM at the Microl Intersection.