• Who Decides Who’s an Insurrectionist?
  • While the liberals on the court raised some pointed questions about the efficacy of the novel Section 3 argument, they just couldn’t seem to quit their unveiled contempt for Trump and their apparent preconception that Trump is an insurrectionist.
  • “So why would this not be an [insurrection] — what is your argument that it’s not? Your reply brief says that it wasn’t because, I think, you say, it did not involve an organized attempt to overthrow the government. So —,” Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson asked Mitchell.
  • “That’s one of many reasons. But, for an insurrection, there needs to be an organized, concerted effort to overthrow the government of the United States through violence.  And this riot that occurred —,” the attorney replied.
  • “So your point is that a chaotic effort to overthrow the government is not an insurrection?” Jackson asked, cutting the attorney off.
  • “No, we didn’t concede that it’s an effort to overthrow the government either, Justice Jackson. None of these criteria were met,” Mitchell responded before Jackson cut him off again shortly afterward.
  • “I’m fairly optimistic it could be a 9-0 ruling,” the attorney said.

Source: thefederalist.com

Nikki waiting

  1. First Trump lost the case against E Jean Carrol 83 million
  2. Engoron is holding back his ruling, most likely they will rule that he committed fraud and he has to pay 370-500 million
  3. SC is going to rule on the ballot
  4. Nikki is there waiting to see what the rulings are
  5. The other case will be close to the election, at this point they will convict Trump before the elections to sway the voters
  • Special Counsel Robert Hur on Thursday released a 345-page report on Biden’s stolen classified documents investigation.
  • Joe Biden STOLE SCIF-designated classified documents and improperly stored them at the Penn Biden Center, his Delaware garage, his Virginia home, and his lawyer’s Boston office.
  • At least 5 White House aides, including former White House Counsel Dana Remus were involved in Biden’s classified documents scandal.
  • Hur found that Joe Biden “willfully retained” classified information, however, he decided not to charge him. Hur said there is evidence Biden retained classified notebooks, “knowing he was not allowed to do so.”
  •  “Our investigation uncovered evidence that President Biden willfully retained and disclosed classified materials after his vice presidency when he was a private citizen. These materials included (1) marked classified documents about military and foreign policy in Afghanistan, and (2) notebooks containing Mr. Biden’s handwritten entries about issues of national security and foreign policy implicating sensitive intelligence sources and methods. FBI agents recovered these materials from the garage, offices, and basement den in Mr. Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware home,”

Source: thegatewaypundit.com

  •   “SECRET” markings.

  • Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asked Joe Biden about Robert Hur’s decision not to charge him because he’s a “sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”
  • Biden responded to Doocy with snark: “I’m well-meaning and I’m an elderly man and I know what the hell I’m doing and I’m the president and I put this country back on its feet…”

WATCH:

 

Peter Doocy asked Biden, “How bad is your memory?”

Biden replied, “My memory is so bad, I let you speak.”

WATCH:

 

Source: thegatewaypundit.com

  • -Vilified half the country as domestic extremists
  • -Weaponized the justice system to imprison political dissidents and indict his top rival
  • -Sold U.S. foreign policy for profit -Endangered the US Dollar’s global dominance
  • -Spent $160 billion on an avoidable war in Ukraine that’s killed hundreds of thousands
  • -Insisted on running for and remaining president when everyone could see he was physically not up to the task.
  • Joe Biden is not a well-intentioned grandpa.
  • He is a malicious, corrupt disaster who will be remembered as one of the worst presidents in American history.

Too incompetent to be prosecuted but not too incompetent to rule? 

Source: americanthinker.com

 

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https://twitter.com/RudyGiuliani/status/1316368409236516872
FBI possession since late 2019?
No FBI interview(s) _J/H Biden due to optics re: attack political opponent?
Lesson of the Day: If you run for POTUS all your past crimes magically disappear?
Sometimes it takes transparency to force action.
“Let’s see what happens.”
In this case, does having early stage dementia help you re: previous deniability? [harmful politically]
DRAIN THE SWAMP.
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Anonymous ID: grTMpzrL No.147441378
Why did Mueller meet POTUS 1-day prior to FBI announcement if Mueller COULD NOT be offered director due to prev term limits rule?
Why is Pelosi begging for a new special counsel?
What is Pelosi’s net worth?
How was this obtained given salary as career official?
Why is Pelosi’s memory going?
Could it protect against prosecution?
How so?
What if John M’s surgery was fake?
Why would this occur?
What could this prevent potentially?
What is the Mayo Clinic?
Who sits on the BOD there?

 

source: thegatewaypundit.com

What is the 25th Amendment? GOP’s call to boot Biden has Kamala Harris as the key piece

  • Republican lawmakers have called for Vice President Kamala Harris and President Joe Biden’s Cabinet to invoke the 25th Amendment and rule Biden unable to serve as president in the aftermath of the special counsel report noting his “poor memory.”
  • How does the 25th Amendment work?
  • The 25th Amendment has four sections, each one detailing presidential succession and incapacity procedures. Section 1 confirms that the vice president is elevated to president if the presidency is vacant, while Section 2 explains how a vacancy in the vice presidency is filled, via appointment and confirmation by a majority of both chambers of Congress.
  • Section 3 outlines when the president can temporarily give their power to the vice president, in the role of acting president, when the president is unable to perform their duties. The president must notify the president pro tempore of the Senate and the speaker of the House when he is doing so and when he is again able to perform his duties.
  • The category getting the most attention in the aftermath of the special counsel report is Section 4, which allows the vice president, with a majority of the Cabinet, to send a letter to the president pro tempore of the Senate and the speaker of the House declaring the president “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office,” at which point the vice president assumes the position of acting president.
  • If the president contests the assessment from their vice president and Cabinet, they can resume their duties unless that same group reaffirms their stance to the Senate’s president pro tempore and the speaker of the House within four days.
  • If the vice president and the majority of the Cabinet still declare the president unable to perform their duties, Congress would then have 48 hours, if not in session, to return to take up the matter. Congress then has 21 days after assembly to vote on whether the president is able to perform their duties.
  • If two-thirds of both the Senate and the House of Representatives vote that the president is incapable, the vice president remains in place as acting president. If the vote falls short in either chamber, the president remains in place.
  • Has the amendment ever been used?
  • Since the amendment was ratified in 1967, the first three sections have been used at least once. Section 1 was used in 1974 when Richard Nixon resigned from the presidency, and Section 2 was used once in 1973 and then again in 1974 to appoint and confirm Gerald Ford and Nelson Rockefeller, respectively, as vice president.
  • Section 3 has been used four times, giving the vice president the power of acting president for a temporary time. Each of the four times was done while the president was undergoing a medical procedure.
  • Section 4 has never been used, but there was pressure for then-President Donald Trump’s Cabinet and then-Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the section after the aftermath of the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021.
  • What would invoking the 25th Amendment mean for Kamala Harris?
  • Such a move appears extremely unlikely and would need to be with the support of most Democrats in the House of Representatives and Senate to avoid embarrassment. If Harris and a majority of Biden’s Cabinet were to invoke Section 4 of the 25th Amendment, it would be a historic move and a massive risk to declare her current running mate for the 2024 election unable to perform his duties as president.
  • If Section 4 were invoked and Biden was successfully ruled unable to perform his duties as president, Harris would not assume the presidency itself but would take on the duties of the presidency as acting president.

Source: washingtonexaminer.com

Was the 25THamendment ‘arrow in the quiver’ planned?

How long ago?

Was it expected POTUS would be in a critical [health] state re: C19?

Recovery unexpected? Impossible to unwind?

Next: ‘mentally incapacitated’ re: C19 language [“people are dying”] _safety and security to the well being ……….

Combat tactics, Mr. Ryan.

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TRUMP FLIES HIGH IN NEVADA, TOUTS ‘ALL-TIME RECORD’ CAUCUS TURNOUT

  • President Donald Trump took home the big win in Nevada on Thursday night in the GOP caucus, where he netted nearly 100 percent of the Republican primary voters’ support.
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Source: rsbnetwork.com