Dear fellow tax hikers, our great Congresswoman Jean Schmidt has abruptly dropped her $6.8 million defamation lawsuit against Armenian-American David Krikorian. Schmidt filed this lawsuit because Krikorian said something mean about her in the 2008 elections. We firmly believe this justified a $6.8 million lawsuit, funded illegally by foreign special interest groups.
It's kind of ironic that this Turkish-funded lawsuit ended shortly after the voters ended Schmidt's run in Congress. Many believe Schmidt's extensive cohorting with Turkish special interests, and the ethics woes it led to, ultimately caused her humiliating defeat against the evil conservative Brad Wenstrup.
This lawsuit was illegally funded by affiliates of the Turkish Coalition of America. Schmidt accepted nearly $500,000 of legal services from them, but claimed she had no idea it was illegal. We totally believe her. After all, we frequently accept $500,000 gifts from people without knowing whether they are legal. Maybe Schmidt believed these extensive legal costs were being paid for by The Legal Fairy.
Sure enough, the fine Congressional Ethics Committee believed Schmidt. They declared that these gifts were indeed illegal, but also said Schmidt didn't do anything wrong because she had no idea what was going on. Why couldn't the voters reach the same conclusion? Why is it so hard for some people to believe that a Congressman could receive $500,000 in illegal gifts from foreign special interests for an expensive lawsuit without knowing these gifts violated the law?
We condemn the voters for replacing our Jeannie with conservative military veteran Brad Wenstrup. She served our country nearly as well as she served her Turkish benefactors. Without those benefactors giving her huge illegal gifts, Schmidt would have had to fund her own lawsuit against Krikorian and she didn't want to do that. Because of this, Krikorian will be able to get away with saying mean things about our beloved Jean Schmidt and that's not fair.