Kendall Coffey compares the futility of sanctions against Cuba that ultimately strengthened the Castro regime to recent sanctions against Russia by the U.S. House of Representatives. Read the full quote on MorningCoffey.com
“He goes before FBI investigators, doesn‘t recall this critical discussion. Then he gets in front of the grand jury, […] It’s only after, bam, there is a document that‘s going to confirm that he spoke to Matt Cooper on that date that all of a sudden his memory gets a whole lot better and he goes back before the grand jury.” Kendall Coffey on the possible indictment of Karl Rove.
“So if there’s anything that would increase moral litigation, subject us to avalanches and flood tides beyond imagination, it’s opening the door to suing judges whenever we disagree with what they do.” Kendall Coffey on the right to sue judges.
“To say that these realities should be ignored and that you should be blindfolded to what is happening judicially, legally and most importantly what is evolving so dramatically in both counts in other counties, I think, ignores the most basic duty there is, to look at the truth and make a fair decision.” Kendall Coffey on the 2000 Florida voting recount.