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January 6th Hearings!


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Trump doesn't behave like a grown man.  A 10 yr old brat perhaps.

https://www.npr.org/2022/06/28/1108376010/trumps-legal-exposure-may-be-growing-and-4-other-takeaways-from-the-jan-6-hearin

 

-- Trump had a penchant for throwing dishes. Hutchinson recalled going into the presidential dining room on Dec. 1, 2020, after Bill Barr had said in an interview that there was no evidence of widespread fraud in the election.

Hutchinson found ketchup dripping from the wall and a shattered plate on the ground. The president was "extremely angry" with Barr's interview. Trump, Hutchinson said, had thrown his lunch against the wall. Hutchinson grabbed a towel and helped staff clean the wall.

Hutchinson said there were "several times" throughout her tenure with Meadows, when Trump threw dishes and flipped the tablecloth in the dining room so contents of the table broke or went everywhere.

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Hmm... why would Trump's own White House Counsel believe this all looks like a criminal conspiracy I wonder?

 

She noted that Cippolone said it would look like Trump was inciting a riot and there could be charges related to obstruction of Congress and conspiracy to defraud the United States because of blocking the counting of electoral votes.

https://www.npr.org/2022/06/28/1108376010/trumps-legal-exposure-may-be-growing-and-4-other-takeaways-from-the-jan-6-hearin

 

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What brand of popcorn is the best?  I need to get some.

https://www.npr.org/2022/06/29/1108573335/hutchinsons-bombshell-jan-6-testimony-sways-legal-experts-and-conservative-media

Elie Honig, a former federal prosecutor, told NPR's Rachel Martin that Hutchinson's testimony about Trump requesting the magnetometers be removed builds a "prosecutable case against Donald Trump."

"He knew right before he took that stage that that crowd was armed. He knew they were headed to the Capitol and he was so confident that they were not going to do anything to him, they were there for him, that he was willing to risk his own security by telling people that he wanted those mags taken down," Honig said. "To me, that could lend itself to a conspiracy charge, to an obstruction charge, even to a seditious conspiracy charge, which requires a showing that force was part of the plan."

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