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  1. ------------------- https://thehill.com/homenews/house/559217-gop-increasingly-balks-at-calling-jan-6-an-insurrection Trump’s own lawyers during his impeachment trial in February offered conflicting opinions about whether the attack on the Capitol amounted to an insurrection. Kinzinger 'certainly willing' to subpoena Trump in Jan. 6 probe: 'He'... House votes to hold Bannon in contempt of Congress One of his attorneys, Bruce Castor, argued on Feb. 12 that “clearly, there was no insurrection.” “‘Insurrection’ is a term of art defined in the law, and it involves taking over a country, a shadow government, taking the TV stations over, and having some plan on what you are going to do when you finally take power. Clearly, this is not that,” Castor said. But a day later, another member of Trump’s defense team, Michael van der Veen, stated: “The question before us is not whether there was a violent insurrection of the Capitol. On that point, everyone agrees.”
  2. ------------- https://chicago.suntimes.com/politics/2021/4/16/22388284/adam-kinzinger-illinois-democrats-carve-up-district-remap-may-run-for-senate-or-governor Rep. Adam Kinzinger, the most prominent Republican in Illinois, said if Democrats carve up his congressional district in the pending remap, he would consider a statewide run for senator or governor in 2022. Kinzinger made the comment Thursday on the Chicago Sun-Times political show “At the Virtual Table. On the show another guest, new Democratic Party of Illinois chairwoman Rep. Robin Kelly, D-Ill., said freshman Rep. Mary Miller, R-Ill. — not Kinzinger — should be the Democratic target if a district needs to be eliminated. With Democrats having the upper hand in a remap and Illinois likely to lose at least one seat because of population declines, Kelly said, “If we have something to say about it, I don’t think that it’ll be Adam’s seat.”
  3. https://www.cnn.com/2021/06/24/politics/capitol-sedition-charges-garland/index.html (CNN)In the weeks after the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol, the Justice Department looked at the possibility of pursuing charges under the rarely used seditious conspiracy law. Since then, and particularly since the start of the Biden administration, skepticism among top officials has made that possibility increasingly unlikely. Instead, prosecutors have turned to traditional obstruction, conspiracy and weapons charges that could yield prison sentences similar to a novel sedition charge. Attorney General Merrick Garland, speaking to reporters at the Justice Department on Tuesday, wouldn't say whether sedition-related charges are still being considered.
  4. hahahaha you are pissed. i will tell you who won't be fine. trump.
  5. so what? he should get the nomination for president-- he has guts and integrity, the qualities a president should have.
  6. now you claim to have a crystal ball. 👩‍🦲👩‍🦲 hahahahahahaha
  7. they are actually pissed that these reps are doing what they are paid to do.
  8. everyone and their mothers know trump and bannon (and others) are guilty.
  9. patriotic americans will be thrilled to vote for these brave people.
  10. and these will go down in history as those who put country ahead of trump.
  11. 9??? that is more than I thought--- congratulations to these 9 brave republicans to finally embrace the truth. ---------------------------------------------- https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-house-edges-toward-contempt-charges-against-trump-aide-bannon-2021-10-21/ WASHINGTON, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Longtime Donald Trump ally Steve Bannon could face criminal prosecution for refusing to cooperate with a probe into the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol after the House of Representatives voted Thursday to hold him in contempt of Congress. The Democratic-led chamber voted 229 to 202, with nine Republicans joining Democrats to recommend the charges against Bannon, who served as chief strategist for the Republican former president.
  12. https://www.discovermagazine.com/mind/are-psychologists-all-mad The sample of 128 professionals included 63 psychologists and 65 social workers. The presence of Axis I traits (i.e. mental illness) was reported by 81.2%, the three most frequent traits being mood, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and eating disorder. Axis II traits (personality disorders) were reported by 73.4% of subjects, the three most frequent conditions being narcissistic, avoidant, and obsessive-compulsive personality traits.
  13. says the fucking idiot who doesn't know that doesn't prove a thing. I have no delusions, but you do--- there was no insurrection---- the election was stolen etc etc etc..
  14. and you won't be there to say it wasn't an insurrection. 🧏‍♂️🧏‍♂️🧏‍♂️🧏‍♂️🧏‍♂️🧏‍♂️
  15. you have bought the fiction ten times over. you are so lost in reality you don't know which way is up.
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