Jesus of Nazareth’s advice to D. Randall Frye of the US Social Security Administration

D. Randall Frye, “an administrative law judge for the United States Social Security Administration and the president of the Association of Administrative Law Judges” just authored a New York Times op-ed in which he pours righteous indignation at “retired New York City police officers and firefighters who, in a scheme involving as many as 1,000 people, are accused of ripping off the Social Security disability system by filing false claims.”

“It’s hard to imagine a more cynical fraud,” he tells us right up front.

No, it isn’t hard to imagine it. In fact, the judge needs no imagination at all in order to find an equally egregious example of “cynical fraud.” All he needs is to give heed to Jesus’ question posed some 2,000 years ago: “And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?”

Just turn around, Judge D. Randall Frye, and observe how your own fellows – the federal judges – operate. They gave themselves the legal right to be “corrupt and malicious;” they gave themselves the legal right to substitute parties’ factual and legal argument with their own fantasies pulled out of thin air, and to decide cases based on those fantasies, and to bend rules, facts, law and justice so as to fit their own whims.

If fraud is to be defined as pretending to be one thing, while being something entirely different, than federal judges fit that definition to a dot. To the public, they project the image of impartiality and honesty, yet their action are anything but. A policeman or a firefighter claims to be disabled, yet posts a picture on facebook riding a bike or a snowmobile? That’s fraud. But it is also fraud when a judge (Judge Lettow of the Court of Federal Claims, for instance) substitutes government’s argument with his own fabrications, with facts and law which the government not only never argued, but explicitly disproved. It is also fraud when a case is adjudicated (by Judge Vitaliano of Eastern District Court of New York, for instance, as well as Judges Jacobs, Katzmann, and Livingston of the 2nd circuit court) based on plaintiff’s factual and legal argument that is the exact, polar opposite of what the plaintiff actually argued, thus literally stealing from plaintiff thousands upon thousands of dollars spent on that argument, on top of stealing his victory.

So when members of the federal judiciary – which brazenly legalized its own corrupt and fraudulent practices – editorialize on fraud, they would be well advised to start with examining the precedent and perusing what stenographer named Matthew recorded a while back, at 7:1-5: “Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye.”

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