Doing this legally would require a constitutional amendment, which won't pass. However, if the Dems can pass this through the House and Senate, and elect Senators from DC in 2022, or perhaps even earlier via special elections, they can use the new majority to pack the Supreme Court with a simple majority in the Senate.
The Democrats are trying to parley a very slim majority into absolute power.
I find these allegations particularly interesting. Here's my theory: this guy was known to law enforcement and intelligence. He was their agent in channeling donations to their preferred candidates, like Hillary and Obama (both of which he fundraised for). When Trump won, the intel agencies tasked him with trying to "dirty up" Trump by donating to Trump's inauguration and trying to get favors in return. This would allow the FBI to immediately put him under investigation and wiretap him, trying to parley the resulting evidence into getting someone in the Trump administration for bribery or the like. When that effort failed, the only thing they could do was go after their own agent to make it look like a real investigation instead of an attempted political sting.
And the emails that were deleted likely contained the official DOJ/intel instructions for this guy to do exactly what he did.
Speculation? Sure. But it makes sense, and we already know the intel agencies, DOJ, and FBI are willing and able to engage in dirty tricks.
It's now official. The only person to die due to violence during the "riots" was shot by a capitol police officer who still has not been identified. Trump supporters killed no one. Several other Trump supporters died of various medical issues, unrelated to direct violence against them.
This was a clear violation of the law by the PA SecState. The SC had, prior to the election, issued injunctions which strongly suggested they would take the case and likely reverse the SecState's action. But somewhere between then and now, they lost their nerve.
Decisions like this strongly suggest that Democratic threats to pack the courts have worked like a charm.
I don't disagree with the above. Election audits, at this point, will not result in Biden being removed from office. There's a process, flawed and time-limited as it was, and that process put Biden in office. That doesn't, however, mean the election audits are pointless.
Conducting the audits -- if done properly, and if the results do expose massive fraud as many suspect -- will go a long ways towards securing future elections. It will create significant public momentum towards updating election laws and performing audits in other questionable states. It will expose not only that fraud happened, but HOW the fraud happened, informing us of what exactly needs to be secured. And it will do so with the kind of evidence needed to get cowardly legislators to act. If they do not, it will provide powerful arguments in future elections for replacing them with others who will.
At this point, removing Biden from office over election fraud would take impeachment, and that's not going to happen. But removing Democrats from power will require either honest elections or extreme measures. Audits are the pathway to doing so with honest elections.
CIA operative funded Obama, Clinton before being caught trying to corrupt Trump
Anyone still under the delusion that the CIA stays out of domestic politics just got disabused.
It's important too to take note of the sequence of events.
He fundraised for Obama: nothing happened to him. He fundraised for Clinton: nothing happened to him. He fundraised for Trump: suddenly he's facing criminal charges.
Wouldn't it be remarkably convenient to have a corruption scandal involving Trump from the earliest possible moment after they realized Trump won? ie, Trump's inauguration? The investigation would make a great excuse for surveillance on anyone this guy managed to talk to and involve in his schemes, wouldn't it? And then he could conveniently roll over on higher ups and get off with a wrist-slap and a federal witness protection program.
Not even FDR managed to pack the court, though he tried -- and arguably the threat of doing so caused the court to stop striking down his programs, so FDR got what he wanted. Democrats seek to recreate the same dynamic by threatening to pack the court with four (!!) more justices despite holding only very narrow majorities in the House and technically no majority at all in the Senate (Kamala Harris' tie breaking vote in the only thing giving them primacy there).
Whether by packing the court directly or by threat of doing so, the Democrats plan to neutralize the potentially significant 6-3 advantage Republicans now hold on the court.
Unfortunately, Roberts has already all but switched sides, making the practical majority 5-4. And even that majority was insufficient to decide the electoral fraud cases in 2020. If the Democrats do succeed in packing the court, they will hold an 8-5 majority. And their justices vote in lockstep when required.
Passage of this legislation would be a disaster with generational consequences.
No charges for capitol police officer who shot Ashli Babbit
I've personally watched the video where Babbit was shot. Babbit was arguably entering into the house building by force, but she was unarmed and threatening no one. I observed no threat of deadly force from her. I observed the still-unidentified police officer shoot her from effective concealment (only his hands and arms were visible), without an audible warning. He had a clear path to retreat, additional officers close by on the other side of the doors, and every opportunity to deescalate the situation with Babbitt personally.
Even if he was legally in the right (which, for all practical purposes, depends on the details of federal and DC laws combined with the proven lack of stomach for actual prosecution of this case), this was an easily avoidable shooting.
Should he still have one, that officer's conscience should torment him for the rest of his life.
Both McCains hated Trump and were big players in Republican politics in Arizona. Why would Biden appoint a Republican ambassador unless Cindy McCain did him a big favor? I suspect that "big favor" was arranging for Arizona to go Biden's way. Cindy gets a no-show sinecure as her payoff.
Written instructions for Detroit election handling found
To be clear: The written instructions match what the law requires, and multiple individuals have testified under penalty of perjury that they were given different, illegal, verbal instructions during the election.
I'm not interested in being a guinea pig for a new vaccination technique against a relatively harmless (at my age and health) disease. Not even if millions of people are doing it and governments are insisting on it. Especially if governments are insisting on it.
Election Auditor Pulitzer offered $10M to drop audit
The claim is right at the beginning of the interview as a teaser. At least the first 20 minutes of the interview is basically Pulitzer bragging about his history. If you're just looking for election information, I don't know how much more is in there. (The election topic comes up about 35-40 minutes into the video).
For me, I'd love to know who made that offer, and who was behind the person making the offer.
FBI requests delay in production of Seth Rich records
I'm assuming this information and delay request is related to the recent claim from the same attorney that Durham may need to delete some information he has concerning Seth Rich. Is the FBI delaying in the hopes that Durham will delete it?