Why worry Barry? Merrick Garland and the DOJ have had years to investigate the Orange Wannabe Dick-tator and staff for their role in the failed insurrection, and… Crickets. You’ll get it right the next time around…I’m sure.
When insurrectionist traitor republicans aren’t trying to overthrow the USA, they are lying, cheating and stealing.
Truth, we can’t handle the truth.
Battle of the Goliaths of Gaslighting: Trump Calls Kellyanne Conway a Liar – and Vice Versa
In her new book, Conway claims that she spoke with Trump following his decisive loss to Joe Biden and that she “may have been the first person Donald Trump trusted in his inner circle who told him that he had come up short this time.” If that’s true, Conway is revealing that Trump’s “inner circle” was comprised of either shameless, sycophantic cowards, or psychotics who were just as removed from reality as their Dear Leader. Or some combination of both.
“Kellyanne Conway never told me that she thought we lost the election. If she had, I wouldn’t have dealt with her any longer — she would have been wrong — could go back to her crazy husband. Writing books can make people say some very strange things. I wonder why? Got 12 million more votes than we did the first time, the most votes, by far, of any sitting President. The election was RIGGED. They used Covid to cheat and steal, and the evidence is massive and indisputable. See ‘2000 Mules.”
Delusional unAmerican traitor Trump actually believes he won the last election, he should be locked up.
Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump must give evidence in New York fraud probe, appeals court says
‘Once again, the courts have ruled that Donald Trump must comply with our lawful investigation into his financial dealings,’ New York attorney general says
Trump trashes Elon Musk’s decision to buy Twitter: ‘Only a fool would pay that price!’
Maddow Blog | Details emerge on Meadows’ alleged use of a White House fireplace
Among the notable revelations related to the Jan. 6 investigation this week was an unexpected tidbit about Mark Meadows. The New York Times reported that the Republican, who served as Donald Trump’s White House chief of staff, used his office fireplace “to burn documents.”
The reporting hasn’t been independently verified by MSNBC or NBC News, though The Washington Post also reported that some of the witnesses who’ve spoken to the bipartisan select panel “said Meadows used his fireplace to burn documents.”
This raised all kinds of questions, including lines of inquiry about when, exactly, the then-White House chief of staff might’ve literally set fire to materials. It was against this backdrop that Politico reported:
According to the reporting, Cassidy Hutchinson — a former Meadows aide whose name keeps coming up — told congressional investigators “that she saw Meadows incinerate documents after a meeting in his office with Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.).” Politico’s report, which also hasn’t been independently verified by MSNBC or NBC News, added:
Perry, who currently chairs the far-right House Freedom Caucus, has long been a key figure in the Jan. 6 committee’ investigation. In fact, when the panel started requesting information late last year from sitting members of Congress, the first person the committee contacted was the Pennsylvania Republican. (Perry announced soon after that he would refuse to assist in the investigation.)
In the months that followed, the GOP congressman’s name has come to the fore quite a bit. In a court filing last month, for example, the Jan. 6 committee alleged that Perry was directly involved with White House talks as Donald Trump and his team explored how to claim power they hadn’t earned.
Georgia DA to subpoena 50 witnesses in racketeering investigation into Trump
Infamous Capitol rioter tells jurors he is an idiot — then gets convicted on five counts
‘I can’t believe I participated in such chaos.’ NC man pleads guilty to Capitol riot charges
Donald Trump’s Chant Of Uvalde Victims’ Names At NRA Rally Curdles Critics’ Blood
The republicans keep the AR-15 legal.
LI DJ who smoked pot in Capitol riot sentenced to 3+ years in prison
More than 800 individuals have been arrested in connection to the Jan. 6, Capitol siege.