Trump defends the deranged chants of supporters’ “Hang Pence”


A lot of things have happened. Here are some of the things.

Very good people

Trump stands completely alongside his supporters shouting “Hang Pence!” while they were storming the Capitol on January 6, new audio of his interview with reporter Jonathan Karl reveals.

  • “Well, people were very angry”, the former president told Karl in an interview for his upcoming book, “Betrayal”.
  • Trump argued that crowd anger was justified because it was common sense that pence had stopped counting due to election fraud (For the millionth time, there was no evidence of fraud in the 2020 election.)
  • Trump said he wasn’t worried about Pence during the uprising because the vice president was “well protected”.

The far-right extremist runs to court for fear of the anti-fascist’s tweets

Adam Kiefer, a Californian man documented a march with the Proud Boys, wearing the Proud Boys insignia and punching far-right protests, received a temporary restraining order against an anti-fascist who tweeted visual evidence that appeared to show him during the January 6 Capitol uprising.

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  • Kiefer denies he is insurrectionary and a proud boy, and claims that the anti-fascist is harassing him by tweeting about him.
  • But Kiefer’s move looks like it could backfire spectacularly: The anti-fascist is reacting with a motion accusing him of abusing the courts as a tool of censorship, and if the anti-fascist is successful, Kiefer could be burdened with tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees.

On January 6, the panel fires the warning shot after the lawns signal the challenge

Representative Bennie Thompson (D-MS), the chair of the House Select Committee on Jan.6, sent a letter yesterday to former White House chief of staff attorney Mark Meadows, asking him to comply with the panel’s citation.

  • Thompson rejected Meadows’ claims of executive privilege and said Meadows has yet to appear before the panel on Friday at 10am ET and provide the required documents.
  • Meadows’ continued refusal to cooperate with the committee would be interpreted as “intentional non-compliance”, Thompson warned, and the panel would then consider slapping Meadows with accusations of contempt.

GOP Ohio Senate candidate digs heels into high-ranking anti-Semitism

Mark Pukita, a Republican candidate for the Senate in Ohio, doubled yesterday in a radio commercial of a campaign that questioned the Jewish faith of main leader Josh Mandel for courting evangelical Christians.

  • The ad accused Almond of being a “bogus caricature”.
  • Pukita defended the announcement, claiming that all he did was point out that his opponent was Jewish. “Everyone should know though, right?” churches.

Defense in Ahmaud Arbery’s case complains about black shepherds at trial

A defense attorney for one of the three white vigilantes who allegedly killed Ahmaud Arbery, who was black, He got angry that Reverend Al Sharpton showed up for the criminal trial on Thursday. The lawyer said he did not want “more black shepherds” to sit with Arbery’s family, claiming their presence would be “intimidating”.

Must read

“For a 96-year veteran, the parade came to him” – The New York Times

“An Air Force sergeant committed suicide on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The note he left is heartbreaking. “ – The Washington Post

The race for Murkowski’s re-election

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) announced his re-election plans this morning.

  • Trump has sworn revenge against Murkowski for voting to condemn him during his second impeachment trial and also for criticizing him in general. In June of last year, he promised to bolster any potential primary challenger with an “impulse” racing against Murkowski.
  • The Republican Party of Alaska has diligently followed Trump’s lead. It passed a resolution censor the senator and has approved a challenger, former Commissioner of State Kelly Tshibaka.
  • The Republican National Senatorial Committee is still arguing Murkowski.

What’s going on here?

The former president made an extra effort yesterday while cosplaying as president, announcing that he had sent his former interim DNI Ric Grenell to the Kosovo-Serbian border as “my envoy ambassador.”

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