It is hard to understate the significance of the revelations coming out over the last 48 hours. Trump’s response to the changing dynamic, his furious raging statements on Truth Social, sound increasingly desperate and appropriately so.
In the last two days, the public learned that a grand jury is empaneled and investigating the specific events that occurred on January 6th and that V.P. Mike Pence’s chief of staff Marc Short testified to that grand jury. The New York Times published a piece on a new stash of emails that implicates the White House in the Fake Electors scheme, called a “gift to prosecutors.” The Washington Post reported that the Justice Department is actively investigating Trump’s actions with respect to the fake elector’s scheme, and – finally, the reticent and media-shy Attorney General Merrick Garland chose yesterday to sit down with Lester Holt for an interview, one in which Garland knew he would be asked about prosecuting Trump, and Garland responded by saying the DOJ would do its job without “fear or favor” and that everyone criminally responsible for January 6th, even Trump if the evidence is sufficient, will be held accountable for their actions.
Garland’s interview, in particular, comes at a point in time that almost forces one to conclude that the DOJ wanted to ready the country for significant legal action in the near future.
As per usual, Trump chose to focus on his victimhood and that he is the good guy. This is all so unfair… Given that Truth Social hasn’t cracked the technology to embed “truths” in publishing software, they’re set out here in cut-paste form but can be read in the original primal scream here:
Just more disinformation by the Democrats, like the Russia, Russia, Russia Scam, Impeachment Hoax #1, Impeachment Hoax #2, the long running Mueller Report, which ended in No Collusion, and so much more. Now that we have found the answers to these crooked, election changing events, why is the Justice Department not prosecuting those responsible? Plenty of time left!
The Mueller report found some collusion. It did not find enough evidence to prove a criminal conspiracy in court. And, even if the election was “stolen” (Which it was not), it would not suddenly justify all Trump’s actions. They would be just as illegal. This is consciousness of guilt.
People forget, this is all about a Rigged and Stolen Election. But rather than go after the people that Rigged and Stole it, they go after the people that are seeking Honesty and Truth, and have Freedom of Speech, and many other defenses, on their side! Justice Department should look at The Crime of the Century. Evidence is massive and irrefutable!!!
Trump is particularly scared of the evidence emerging regarding what he said about the election, what to do about it, and his speech on the Elipse.
And then Trump transitioned strangely to focus on Georgia, where he might be hearing from witnesses testifying in Fulton County. Trump may be in just as much danger in Georgia as in the halls of DOJ:
The Georgia phone calls were PERFECT. Many people and lawyers, on both sides, were knowingly on the one call, I assumed the call was taped, there were Zero complaints or angry “how dare you” charges made during the call, and no “hang ups” by anyone aggrieved or insulted at what was said. THEY WERE PERFECT CALLS. I was just doing my job as President, and seeking Fairness and the Truth. The Election was Rigged and Stolen!
If he sounds increasingly desperate each time, it is because he is, especially after the last two days.
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