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    As the Jan. 6 committee continues to roll out an overwhelming case of corrupt conduct by Donald Trump, the calls grow louder for the Department of Justice to bring criminal charges against the former president. Even if that happens, it would be a fundamental mistake to view the department as the avenging angel that alone can restore accountability and truth to our deeply damaged politics. We are in a critical constitutional moment, and it is society as a whole that has to renounce Trump’s lies and the democracy-destroying poison — and actions — that he and other Trumpists will inflict on the 2024 elections and have inflicted on state voting laws in the past year. From everything we know, and especially from the evidence put on in the two hearings so far, the Justice Department appears to have the goods to indict Trump. As is widely recognized, the pivotal issue for criminal liability is Trump’s state of mind: If he knew he lost the election, it would be straightforward to show that several of his post-Election Day schemes were criminal....
    (L-R) Russian President Vladimir Putin, conductor Valery Gergiev, and singer Anna Netrebko at the opening of the new Mariinsky II Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia, May 2, 2013. Photo by Sasha Mordovets/Getty Images Russia's invasion has resulted in a striking show of solidarity with Ukraine among members of the arts and culture world, as well as those in the sports world; it also has resulted in backlash against Russia and those who won't denounce Putin, the AP said. Netrebko, who hails from Krasnodar, received the People’s Artist of Russia honor from Putin in 2008, the outlet noted. Anything else? Netrebko withdrew from all her upcoming performances, the AP said, adding that her next listed performance was April 3 at Barcelona’s Gran Teatre del Liceu followed by three concerts with her husband — Azerbaijani tenor Yusif Eyvazov — and an April 13 concert with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. “I am opposed to this senseless war of aggression, and I am calling on Russia to end this war right now, to save all of us....
    House Democrats have produced two radical demagogues whose policies would endanger the lives of innocent Americans, lead to the breakdown of society, and undermine the U.S. Constitution.  Specifically, Reps. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., have recently acted in ways that reflect unfavorably on the House of Representatives and betray their oaths to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States.  Waters flew to Minnesota, where the murder trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin is in progress, and said, "We are looking for a guilty verdict." If Chauvin is not found guilty of murdering George Floyd in May 2020, Waters said, "We've got to stay on the street, and we've got to get more active, we've got to get more confrontational. We've got to make sure that they know that we mean business."  TUCKER CARLSON: MAXINE WATERS SHOWS HER TRUE BELIEFS ONCE AGAIN Demagogically encouraging the rule of the mob over the rule of law – and urging people to mobilize against the court and the police at a time of great tension – clearly is a violation of...
    New York : The news anchor Victor Trujillo responded to the criticism he has received on social networks about his character “Brozo” and the reproduction of machismo. He considered that the problem “is not the misogyny of a clown, but intolerance, censorship.” “The problem in this case, in this situation, in this circumstance, is not the misogyny of a clown, but intolerance, censorship and the threat of trying to lead us towards a single thought”he said in a video released today on the Latinus website. “When my clown went against Fox, they applauded me” -Yes, because he was corrupt “When I went against Calderón, they applauded me” -Yes. Another corrupt “I was going against Peña and they applauded me” “Yes. The most corrupt” “Today it goes against AMLO and they call me X”@lopezobrador_ NOT CORRUPT #TeneBrozo pic.twitter.com/mtwvHAqLox – malthus gamba (@MalthusGamba) March 20, 2021 Without makeup, the communicator said that “Brozo” is a character created in 1988 and defined him as a “misogynistic clown, drunk, drug addict, resentful and with all venereal diseases.” The answer was given after users...
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's days in leadership will be numbered if he allows Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. a free hand to litigate President Trump's impeachment, Sean Hannity said Tuesday.  "In November, the president won more votes by far than any other Republican in the history of our great republic, nearly 75 million nationwide," the "Hannity" host told viewers. "Now soon-to-be Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and a handful of other long-serving establishment Republicans are trying to reassert control of the GOP, and their playbook is sadly all too predictable. "Instead of picking up the mantle and promoting the president's bold America First agenda, they are cowering in fear, wilting under the pressure from the media mob, liberal Democrats, and Big Tech companies," he continued. "Many spineless Republicans are joining forces with their Democratic friends to repudiate all things Trump." Earlier Tuesday, McConnell said in remarks on the Senate floor that the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol, in which five people died, was "provoked" by the president and "other powerful people." MCCONNELL SAYS TRUMP 'PROVOKED' CAPITOL RIOT AS SENATE WEIGHS ANOTHER IMPEACHMENT TRIAL "So Mitch McConnell, I'm all ears," Hannity responded. "Tell the American people exactly what part of the...
    Savannah Rychcik November 4, 2020 0 Comments Filmmaker Michael Moore is dishing out harsh criticism to American voters who chose to support President Donald Trump. “As to why our fellow Americans did not repudiate and renounce Trump yesterday in an overwhelming and massive way — why nearly 70 million Americans still embrace a bigot and a psychopath — well, we must have that discussion soon as to who we REALLY are. Shameful. Apologies to our Black brothers and sisters, and apologies to the rest of the world,” Moore wrote in an Instagram post on Wednesday.           View this post on Instagram                   The media just reported that 22 MILLION ballots across America have not yet been counted! Biden is now ahead in Wisconsin and Michigan. If that holds, along with Arizona and Maine where Biden also leads, he will have the necessary 270 electors for the victory. But first, ALL votes must be counted, in spite of what the criminal-in-chief says. And finally, this: As to...
    Michael Moore said election shows “our fellow Americans did not repudiate or renounce [President Donald] Trump.” “The media just reported that 22 MILLION ballots across America have not yet been counted!” the 66-year-old filmmaker captioned his post on Instagram Wednesday. (RELATED: Michael Moore: ‘F**k Hope, Seriously, F**k Hope,’ Trump Will Be ‘The Last President’) Moore went on to explain that [Joe] Biden was “ahead in Wisconsin and Michigan” and explained that if that holds true and the Democratic presidential nominee lead holds in Arizona and Maine he would “have the necessary 270 electors for the victory.”   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Michael Moore (@michaelfmoore) on Nov 4, 2020 at 8:40am PST “But first, ALL votes must be counted, in spite of what the criminal-in-chief says,” he added. “As to why our fellow Americans did not repudiate and renounce Trump yesterday in an overwhelming and massive way.” (RELATED: Michael Moore: ‘Trump–You Know Exactly What You’re Doing’ With Anti-Media Rhetoric) “Why nearly 70 million Americans still embrace a bigot and a psychopath — well, we...
    CNN's Van Jones said Wednesday morning that "a lot of Democrats are hurt" over the tight race between President TrumpDonald John Trump Chris Wallace condemns Trump claims that he won the election 'Squad' member Rashida Tlaib wins reelection in Michigan Biden campaign blasts Trump victory claim as 'outrageous, unprecedented, and incorrect' MORE and Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe Biden Chris Wallace condemns Trump claims that he won the election Biden campaign blasts Trump victory claim as 'outrageous, unprecedented, and incorrect' Bipartisan lawmakers condemn Trump for declaring victory prematurely MORE, with the former Obama adviser observing his party "wanted to see a repudiation of this direction for the country."  Races in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina and Nevada were still too close to call as of early Wednesday afternoon, leaving both Biden and Trump short of the 270 electoral votes needed to capture the presidency.  Republicans also unexpectedly gained seats in the Democratic-controlled House, while the GOP appears to be headed to holding on to its majority in the Senate, results many political pundits and pollsters did not predict.  “I think a...
    Donald Trump’s former National Security Adviser, John Bolton, called out the president and his campaign for spreading numerous election conspiracy theories and encouraged the Republican Party to distance itself from what he called a “fraudulent strategy” to win the 2020 race. During an appearance on CNN’s The Lead with Jake Tapper, Bolton alluded to numerous incidents in the past few days and weeks where the Trump campaign has preemptively made false claims that widespread voter fraud is underway and that Democrats are attempting to “steal” the election by ensuring all votes are counted. “Ambassador Bolton, what the president is saying ‘everything needs to be counted by tomorrow night,’ that is not accurate. Why do you think he is saying this?” host Jake Tapper asked. “I think he is trying to set up a fraud, a con on his own supporters and the entire electoral system to justify actions he is contemplating taking after the polls have closed,” Bolton said. “And he is playing on the popular misconception when they hear TV networks announce that state X has been carried by candidate A, that,...
    Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, on Friday denounced President Donald Trumps refusal to condemn the far-right conspiracy QAnon as indicative of an "alarming pattern" in politics. Romneys statement targeting Trump echoed one he issued earlier in the week that criticized people across the political spectrum for refusing "to forcefully and convincingly repudiate" divisive and conspiratorial groups. "The presidents unwillingness to denounce an absurd and dangerous conspiracy theory last night continues an alarming pattern: politicians and parties refuse to forcefully and convincingly repudiate groups like antifa, white supremacists and conspiracy peddlers, Romney said in his statement tweeted Friday. Similarly troubling is their silence regarding anti-vaxxers, militias, and anarchists. Rather than expel the rabid fringes and the extremes, they have coddled or adopted them, eagerly trading their principles for the hope of electoral victories. As the parties rush down a rabbit hole, they may be opening a door to a political movement that could eventually eclipse them both." QAnon is a right-wing conspiracy theory that contends Trump is secretly fighting against a global, satanic child sex-trafficking ring led by Democrats and Hollywood elites. Trump...
    Zach Gibson/Getty Images Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) called out both sides of the aisle after President Donald Trump refused to condemn the QAnon conspiracy theory during his NBC town hall. During the town hall on Thursday evening, upon being asked by NBC News’ Savannah Guthrie to condemn QAnon, Trump claimed to not know much about the conspiracy theory but commented, “I know they are very much against pedophilia, they fight it very hard.” In a statement posted to Twitter on Friday, Romney criticized both Trump and the Democrats for refusing to “convincingly repudiate” extremist groups and conspiracy theories. “The President’s unwillingness to denounce an absurd and dangerous conspiracy theory last night continues an alarming pattern: politicians and parties refuse to forcefully and convincingly repudiate groups like antifa, white supremacists, and conspiracy peddlers,” declared Romney, adding, “Similarly troubling is their silence regarding anti-vaxxers, militias, and anarchists.” “Rather than expel the rabid fringes and the extremes, they have coddled or adopted them, eagerly trading their principles for the hope of electoral victories,” he continued, before concluding, “As the parties rush down a...
    Joe Biden accused President Trump of being weak and scared after the incumbent president declined to criticize Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old vigilante who was charged with murder after allegedly killing two people in Kenosha, Wisconsin. "Yesterday, after the violence in Portland, I put out a statement decrying violence under any political banner, and challenged the President to do the same," Biden said in a statement Monday night. "Tonight, the President declined to rebuke violence. He wouldn't even repudiate one of his supporters who is charged with murder because of his attacks on others. He is too weak, too scared of the hatred he has stirred to put an end to it." In Portland, Oregon, on Saturday, an apparent pro-Trump demonstrator was killed. Last week, as well as riots and fires in Kenosha following the police shooting of a black man, Jacob Blake, Rittenhouse traveled from Illinois to Kenosha in hopes of joining other vigilantes to defend private property and allegedly killed two people and injured one other. During a press conference on Monday, Trump was asked to...
    One of the most bizarre aspects of an otherwise successful GOP convention was the constant reference to Joe Biden supporting the 1994 crime bill as if it were a bad thing. Given where Joe Biden's allegiance lies today, it would have been better for Trump to propose an updated 1994 crime bill that fits today's situation in order to take repeat offenders off the streets. It's not too late to make the second term about making America safe again, just like it was when people like Joe Biden believed in law and order in the 1990s. The message being sent to criminals with all the continued emphasis on "criminal justice reform" is that violence is the answer and crime pays. A new infographic posted by the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund shows the significant correlation between plummeting arrests and rising crime. 5 Facts About Police: Less Police, More Crime. More Police, Less Crime We’ll continue to share one of our 5 fac… https://t.co/j6jxsCHxzC — Law Enf. Legal Defense Fund (@Law Enf. Legal Defense Fund)1598551008.0 Fewer arrests equal more crime....
    President Donald Trump’s right-wing critics — who range from MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough to columnist George Will to just about anyone who writes for The Bulwark — have been asserting that Trump is so toxic to the Republican Party and the conservative movement that the only way to clean up the mess is a massive victory for former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. But some Never Trump conservatives are also stressing that a Biden win isn’t enough and that Trumpism must also be repudiated by Democrats retaking the U.S. Senate in November. Journalists David Catanese and Alex Roarty, in an article published in the Sacramento Bee on July 2, discuss the steps that Never Trumpers are taking to help bring about a Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate. One right-wing group that has been taking out ads attacking Trump and his GOP supporters in the Senate is The Lincoln Project, whose participants include attorney George Conway and conservative strategists Rick Wilson and Steve Schmidt. Schmidt, who left the GOP because of Trump — not unlike Scarborough and Will — told...
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