As former President Trump re-enters the political conversation, he made it clear he wants a leading role in the GOP going forward. With the 2022 midterms just around the corner, Republicans are hoping to add to their gains in the last election.
Trump pledged to help in that effort, but it’s not just Democrats he wants to see defeated in 2022. Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Sunday, Trump not only went after the third highest-ranking House Republican, Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-WY), but he also named each GOP lawmaker who voted for his impeachment.
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Sidney Powell has been served in the 1.3B Dominion Voting lawsuit.
Ex-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell served in Biltmore Forest with $1.3B Dominion Voting lawsuit
Because the entire US legal system is compromised, absent some additional defenses it is entirely possible she could be framed and convicted the way General Michael Flynn was framed and convicted, with the Department of Justice and Covington & Burling being parties to the false arrest, conviction, and punishment of General Flynn. My views are below.
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10 former Secretaries of Defense urge Pentagon to cooperate with Biden transition
All 10 living former Secretaries of Defense, including Dick Cheney and James Mattis, warned that involving the U.S. military in election disputes would take the country into “dangerous” territory, in a Washington Post op-ed on Sunday.
Why it matters: The secretaries’ urging that the “time for questioning the results” of the 2020 election has passed comes as a growing number of Republican senators join House Republicans in plans to object to certifying Joe Biden’s win through the Electoral College.
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The Legal Fight Awaiting Us After the Election
The immediate aftermath of the Presidential election of 2000 has taken on the air of legend. On Election Night, news organizations first called Florida for Vice-President Al Gore—then, about two hours later, withdrew the call and, about four hours after that, declared that George W. Bush, the governor of Texas, had won the state, giving him enough electoral votes to become President. Gore called Bush to concede, and left his hotel in a motorcade to announce the end of his campaign to his supporters.
His aides, learning that the race in Florida was, in fact, too close to call, tried frantically to contact the Vice-President in his limousine. They reached him just in time, and he telephoned Bush to retract the concession. Bush indignantly told Gore that his “little brother”—the governor of Florida, Jeb Bush—had said that he had won. “Let me explain something,” Gore replied. “Your little brother is not the ultimate authority on this.”
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