Bullshit. “a man of integrity and ethics” would not have accepted a Trump appointment or kept it once it was clear he was working for a Felon and Traitor

November 18, 2020 § Leave a comment

“Josh Minkler has served Indiana well for more than two decades — first as an assistant United States attorney, then as my first assistant and, most recently, as the United States attorney for the Southern District of Indiana,” said Hogsett. “He is a man of integrity and ethics, proving time and time again that his commitment to our community was paramount in his decision-making and leadership. I want to thank him for his service and wish him well in this next chapter of his career.”

Minkler is a trimmer. Whatever serves the career. Why didn’t he leave years ago? Would he have left if Trump had won? Nah…

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