Are the Three Stooges Next? “Shadow Investigation” and Targeting Opponents Rocks Capitol Hill and the NFL

The Washington Post broke the news this morning:

Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder and members of his legal team conducted a “shadow investigation” and compiled a “dossier” targeting former team employees, their attorneys and journalists in an attempt to discredit his accusers and shift blame following allegations of widespread misconduct in the team’s workplace, according to the findings of the investigation conducted by the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.

Moreover, Snyder hired private investigators and lawyers to unearth inappropriate emails and evidence aimed at convincing the NFL and Beth Wilkinson, who was conducting a league-sponsored investigation into sexual harassment in the organization, that Snyder’s longtime team president Bruce Allen was primarily responsible for any workplace issues.

Known for using the obscure political consulting firm Matrix for decades, are Balch & Bingham and Alabama Power (along with their third-wheel pal Drummond Company) next?

Will Alabama Power CEO and former Balch partner Mark A. Crosswhite and the alleged unsavory and criminal misconduct against perceived opponents be exposed?

Were attorneys, activists, and journalists targeted by any or none of The Three Stooges (Alabama Power, Balch, and Drummond)?

The alleged federal investigation of Crosswhite and the alleged obstruction of justice in the North Birmingham Bribery Scandal could bring down the house of marked cards once and for all.

Most importantly, the Matrix Meltdown between “Sloppy Joe ” Perkins and his once-protégé Jeff Pitts could now possibly open more criminal investigations, including Civil Rights probes, and a slew of federal civil RICO lawsuits against Southern Company, their subsidiaries, and agents like Balch.

Our high-level sources claim more stunning revelations and possible criminal indictments will be coming out of Florida in the forthcoming weeks.

Federal investigators have been waiting to make moves after the run-off elections yesterday. The secretive and unconstitutional Star Chamber involving ex-Drummond executive David Roberson’s $75 million civil lawsuit against Balch and Drummond Company may soon take center stage as federal investigators believe criminal misconduct is being concealed under the auspices of “trade secrets” and “privileged information.”

Before the case was sealed in its entirety, Alabama Power and Crosswhite objected to discovery and intent for deposition requests by Roberson, demonstrating sheer panic to the rebirth of the North Birmingham Bribery Trial.

Roberson’s civil lawsuit is sealed tightly with no public information or details available since February of 2021.

But just like Snyder, the alleged targeting of opponents, alleged unethical shenanigans, and alleged criminal misconduct related to the Three Stooges will come to light, bright and bold, for all to see.