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Carmarino
2022-06-14, 14:28

Glenn Kirschner kommenterar attacken mot Kapitolium

Glenn Kirschner är en amerikansk advokat, som dels har arbetat som JAG (Judge advocate general = generaladvokat, åklagare) och dels som federal åklagare/assisterande advokat på US Attorney Office i totalt drygt 30 år. Numera är han juridisk analytiker på flera nyhetskanaler i USA. Han har dessutom en egen YouTube-kanal som heter Justice Matters.

Glenn Kirschner brings analysis and insight to legal issues of the day, drawing from his 30 years as a federal prosecutor, homicide prosecutor and Army JAG. Glenn is an NBC News and MSNBC legal analyst and teaches criminal law at George Washington University.

Han kommenterar naturligtvis även de pågående utfrågningarna om attacken mot Kapitolium ("The January 6 insurrection").

Här är den första delen:

Day 1 of J6 insurrection hearings: the curtain pulled back on Trump's treason. A recap & breakdown

The opening of the January 6 select committee public hearings was dramatic and horrifying and impactful and enlightening.

This video takes on the following topics:

  1. Why did the committee start with a video clip of Bill Barr's testimony?

  2. What are the implications of Rep. Scott Perry and other Republican members of Congress seeking pardons for their conduct in connection with the events of Jan. 6?

  3. What was the import and impact of Ivanka Trump's testimony that she credited Bill Barr that there was no election fraud over her father's claim that there was?

  4. What is the legal and practical significance of Trump refusing to call off the attack and refusing to call for reinforcements to be sent to the Capitol to repel the attack?

  5. What are the implications of former Vice President Mike Pence stepping into the void left by Trump and ordering reinforcements to go to the Capitol?

  6. What are the consequences of Jared Kushner's testimony that he essentially ignored the threatened resignation of White House Counsel Pat Cipollone because Kushner was too busy cranking out as many pardons as possible before Trump left office.

And more.


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  • Redigerat 2022-06-14, 14:33 av Carmarino
Carmarino
2022-06-14, 14:30
#1

Jarod Kushner's pardon palooza will be damaging to both Donald Trump and to Kushner himself

In a surprising reveal at the first January 6 select committee public hearing we learned that former President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jarod Kushner was busy "trying to get out" as many pardons as possible before Trump left office. We also learned that several Republican members of Congress sought pardons for their conduct in connection with the insurrection.

This video discusses the implications of these revelations.


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  • Redigerat 2022-06-14, 14:32 av Carmarino
Carmarino
2022-06-14, 14:32
#2

After enabling Trump's lawlessness for years, Pence did the bare minimum on 1/6. But he's no hero

We have long known that Donald Trump, together with one of his corrupt attorneys John Eastman, were pressuring former Vice President Mike Pence to refuse to certify Joe Biden's election win on January 6, ruching him to put the wheels in motion for Trump to be installed for a second presidential term contrary to the will of the American voters.

Based on some new reporting by Politico, we now know that Mike Pence's top lawyer, Greg Jacob, had authored a memo setting out how Pence would violate the law, specifically the Electoral Count Act, if he gave in to Trump's pressure and threats, and refused to perform his constitutional duty on Jan. 6 while presiding over the count of the electoral votes.

Jacob is scheduled to appear and testify in the January 6 select committee public hearings in the coming days.

This video discusses why Mike Pence may have abided by the law on Jan. 6, but he is far from a hero.


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Carmarino
2022-06-14, 14:33
#3

Här är andra delen:

Day 2 of J6 public hearings: Republican witnesses prove Donald Trump's criminal intent

At the second of the January 6 select committee public hearings, several republican witnesses testified, providing clear, compelling evidence of Donald Trump's corrupt intent. Trump's public statements and tweets about voter fraud and rigged elections are well known. But the J6 House select committee presented evidence of what came BEFORE his statements and tweets - evidence that make it crystal clear that Donald Tump lied to the American people over and over again in his determination to both retain power AND set up circumstances that would allow him to continue to grift - steal from - his supporters.

This video provides a detailed review and breakdown of the second J6 public hearing.


¡ɹnʇɐuƃıs ɯos uǝp ɐɥ ɥɔo uǝʇxǝʇ ɹäɥ uǝp ɐɹǝıdoʞ ʇʇɐ ɹöɟ ɹɐlʞ åsʞɔo uɐʇn ʇɹɐɯs ɐɹɐq ǝʇuı np ɹä ɹäɥ ʇǝp ɐsä1 np uɐʞ

Carmarino
2022-06-27, 16:02
#4

J6 Committee reveals evidence behind Trump's "Big Lie" crimes: The Big Lie includes The Big Rip Off

We have always known what Donald Trump said and did in his statements his speeches and his tweets - insisting that the only way he could lose the election is it it was "rigged." But thanks to the evidence revealed by the J6 House slect committee public hearings, we know know the private conversations - or, by another name, the evidence - behind the lies. And the liberal progression of Trump's criminal scheme to is as obvious as it is incriminating.

Here's the breakdown of this dramatically incriminating evidence.


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Carmarino
2022-06-27, 16:06
#5

Trump's pressure campaign on state election officials & his conspiracy w/DOJ official Jeffrey Clark

As the January 6 House select committee public hearings continue, the evidence will focus on former President Donald Trump's pressure campaign on Georgia and Arizona state election officials to overturn Joe Biden's election win. This evidence will highlight the pattern of Trump's crimes and corruption.

The Jan.6 committee will then move into presenting testimony by former Department of Justice officials who knew of Trump's criminal scheme, one of whom, Jeffrey Clark, joined Trump's conspiracy by drafting a letter to Georgia state election officials falsely providing a roadmap for those officials to cancel Biden's win via Trump's fake electors scheme.

This video discusses the implications of Clark's actions and the concerns raised by the DOJ investigating one of its own.


¡ɹnʇɐuƃıs ɯos uǝp ɐɥ ɥɔo uǝʇxǝʇ ɹäɥ uǝp ɐɹǝıdoʞ ʇʇɐ ɹöɟ ɹɐlʞ åsʞɔo uɐʇn ʇɹɐɯs ɐɹɐq ǝʇuı np ɹä ɹäɥ ʇǝp ɐsä1 np uɐʞ

Carmarino
2022-06-27, 16:07
#6

J6 hearing exposes more Trump election crimes AND his victimization of election worker Shay Moss

The latest January 6 public hearing exposed additional evidence of Donald Trump's election crimes. He corruptly pressured state election officials and politicians in Georgia, Arizona and elsewhere, soliciting election fraud in his desperate attempt to unconstitutionally cling to power.

Notably, at the beginning of the hearing, Rep. Adam Schiff read into the record a newly posted statement by Trump. The first witness to testify was Speaker of the Arizona House Rusty Bowers. Trump issued a statement claiming that he had a conversation with Speaker Bowers in which Bowers told him (Trump) that the presidential election was rigged. Speaker Bowers testified, under oath, that Trump's claim was a lie. But what it did show was that Trump remains willing to obstruct an official congressional proceeding. moreover, this conduct by Trump was reminiscent of how hatred to chill the testimony of Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch as the was appearing before Congress.

But the most gut-wrenching portion of the hearing was the testimony of election worker Shay Moss. Trump and Rudy Giuliani falsely claimed that Ms. Moss committee crimes by, essenaitlly, stuffing Georgia ballot boxes with fraudulent votes for Joe Biden. This was a flat-out lie, but once Trump put her name out into the public square, Trump's base went after Ms. Shay and her mother, making their lives a living hell.

This video discusses some the evidence of Trmp's crimes, as well as the crimes of Rudy Giulian and John Eastman.


¡ɹnʇɐuƃıs ɯos uǝp ɐɥ ɥɔo uǝʇxǝʇ ɹäɥ uǝp ɐɹǝıdoʞ ʇʇɐ ɹöɟ ɹɐlʞ åsʞɔo uɐʇn ʇɹɐɯs ɐɹɐq ǝʇuı np ɹä ɹäɥ ʇǝp ɐsä1 np uɐʞ

Carmarino
2022-06-27, 16:08
#7

Justice Matters Special Edition: Proof beyond a reasonable doubt of Donald Trump's criminal intent

At the next January 6 select committee hearing, the American people will get to see with their own eyes compelling, definitive, conclusive evidence of Donald Trump's criminal intent, proved via the testimony of two high Department of Justice officials, Jeffrey Rosen and Richard Donoghue.

With the mountain of evidence of Donald Trump's corrupt intent, the "criminal intent deniers" are beginning to sound like "moon landing deniers."

This video discusses the evidence that will prove Donald Trump's criminal intent beyond a reasonable doubt.


¡ɹnʇɐuƃıs ɯos uǝp ɐɥ ɥɔo uǝʇxǝʇ ɹäɥ uǝp ɐɹǝıdoʞ ʇʇɐ ɹöɟ ɹɐlʞ åsʞɔo uɐʇn ʇɹɐɯs ɐɹɐq ǝʇuı np ɹä ɹäɥ ʇǝp ɐsä1 np uɐʞ

Carmarino
2022-06-27, 16:09
#8

J6 hearing: Trump's criminal intent proved; members of congress who sought pardons identified

The fifth January 6 select committee public hearing was blockbuster. There was important testimony from Department of Justice officials proving Donald Trump's criminal intent. The hearing also revealed the members of Congress who sought pardons for their role in the insurrection. Finally, there was significant evidence of a dramatic showdown between Trump and his DOJ officials who threatened to resign en masse if Trump appointed Jeffrey Clark as acting Attorney General. Clark had pledged to do Trump corrupt bidding to overturn the election results if Trump would make him AG.

In a related story, federal authorities just searched Jeffrey Clark's Virginia home in an escalation of DOJ's criminal investigation of the insurrection.

Correction: This video inadvertently displays a picture of John Eastman instead of Mo Brooks. Though John Eastman also requests a presidential pardon.


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