“(A Psalm of David.) Blessed be the LORD my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight: My goodness, and my fortress; my high tower, and my deliverer; my shield, and he in whom I trust; who subdueth my people under me.” - Psalms 144:1-2
Oh no! Joe Hoft wrote these words, “What a joke the Georgia election was in 2020. Raffensperger and Kemp should be in jail for certifying their election results.”
Joe, Joe, Joe. How dare you publicly exercise your Constitutional right of free speech to speak your truthful opinion?!? You are now forever disqualified from being a member of the Lawyers Club of Atlanta, the State Bar of Georgia and The Brian “I got a shotgun in my truck” Kemp Fan Club.
Didn’t anyone warn you that the Bill of Rights has been shredded in Georgia along with tens of thousands of fake, illegal ballots for Joey “Bribes” Biden???
You are one “Joe” that I admire. Keep fighting. Keep speaking TRUTH. Keep being fearless.
To the extent humanly possible, I always endeavored to understand my clients’ lives and the impact upon them of false and vicious attacks on their character and reputation. It was my duty to understand so that I could convey and advocate their damage to the court or jury.
They would describe how close “friends” and even family abandoned them. I tried my best to understand those feelings.
They would describe difficulties they faced with respect to maintaining their livelihoods. I tried my best to understand those feelings.
They would describe the frustration of being harshly judged by strangers who did not know them. I tried my best to understand those feelings.
They would describe their frustration and emotions when hearing or reading statements about them that they knew were blatantly false. I tried my best to understand those feelings.
In recent months, I have become acutely aware of the damages my defamation clients suffered as targets of false and defamatory attacks.
I thought I had a good understanding of their feelings in the past. I have a much better understanding now.
Over the years, the utmost thing that always stood out in my mind was my clients’ confidence and determination derived from their knowledge that the attacks were false. I so admired them. I was honored to represent them. They exhibited grace and dignity under fire.
I never realized until recently that while I was representing them, they were teaching me.
Thank you ALL for your continued support. I know you understand. Please know that despite the growing number of false accusations and legal proceedings designed to destroy me, I will fight back and never give up.
I owe my best to myself. I owe even more to you. I owe my most to God.
“For thou, LORD, art high above all the earth: thou art exalted far above all gods. Ye that love the LORD, hate evil: he preserveth the souls of his saints; he delivereth them out of the hand of the wicked. Light is sown for the righteous, and gladness for the upright in heart.” - Psalms 97:9-11
I another mistake and did not redact the court reporter’s name from the whistleblower transcript. Law & Crime, a propaganda rag, located her and started asking her questions about her involvement. She was just doing her job. The transcript below has her name redacted. My apologies to her. Now Law & Crime will have to look elsewhere to find an innocent third party to intimidate.
Earlier today I posted a grievance complaint filed against me by the State Bar of Arizona. While the letter was directed to only me, I did not realize it contained exhibits referencing other lawyers. My mistake. Below is the letter without attachments.
Also my office informed me today that a motion for pro hac vice was filed in the case on my behalf 4-5 days before the complaint was dismissed. So I made a mistake on that issue too. I had no other involvement in the case beyond that filing.
I continue to prove that I am imperfect. I hope you will forgive my mistakes. I try my best to get it right. When I make a mistake, I will always own up to it.