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Thousands of Anti Fascists very cleverly disguised as Fascists.

File Felony/Murder charges against Trump and the Capitol terrorists?

Four deaths occurred during the mass commission of felonies.


Felony Murder Doctrine
Definition from Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary

A rule that allows a killing that occurs in the course of a dangerous felony, even an accidental death, to be charged against the felon as first-degree murder. A felon can be guilty of murder during the course of the dangerous felony even if the felon is not the killer, as might happen when a robber kills a clerk -- the driver of the getaway car, as well as the robber, may be charged with first-degree murder. The rule extends to unusual circumstances, such as the killing of one of two bank robbers by a bank security officer (the surviving robber may be charged with murder).

We've seen something like this before.

Trump falsely tells thousands of supporters in D.C. that he won election


How to prosecute Trump and not look like a banana republic.


With Nunes honor, Trump treats Medal of Freedom like a party favor

Source: MSNBC

The White House's written statement explaining why Nunes is receiving the nation's highest civilian honor is unintentionally amusing: it argues that the Republican congressman earned the medal because he uncovered evidence of the Obama administration spying on the Trump campaign (that didn't happen in reality), found proof of "illegitimate" unmaskings (that also didn't happen in reality), "thwarted" a plot to take down an American president (this is utterly bananas), proved something nefarious about the "persecution" of disgraced former White House National Security Advisor Michael Flynn (who wasn't persecuted), "pursued" the "Russia Hoax" (which obviously wasn't a hoax), and "uncovered the greatest scandal in American history," which the document didn't actually identify.

Perhaps most importantly, the president's statement added that Nunes deserves the Presidential Medal of Freedom because the Republican lawmaker "had the fortitude to take on the media, the FBI, the Intelligence Community, the Democrat Party, foreign spies, and the full power of the Deep State."

Or put another way, Trump is celebrating Nunes for "taking on" his own country's governmental institutions that Trump ostensibly helps lead.

Read more: https://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show/nunes-honor-trump-treats-medal-freedom-party-favor-n1252776

It's his party and he'll cry if he wants to.


Trump pardons former Rep. Chris Collins

Source: Buffalo News

"Today, President Trump granted a full pardon to Chris Collins, at the request of many Members of Congress," the White House said in a statement that did not offer any further explanation of Trump's action.

The Collins pardon was one of several the president issued. Two other congressmen-turned-felons, Duncan Hunter of California and Steve Stockman of Texas, were also pardoned. Hunter and Stockman, like Collins, are Republicans.

Read more: https://buffalonews.com/news/trump-pardons-former-rep-chris-collins/article_fef6b3cc-44b2-11eb-9842-f7428af473ae.html?utm_source=TownNews%20Now&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=Breaking%20News

The timeframe on the footage matches up with the time outlined in the federal indictment against Collins, when he is alleged to have called his son to warn him to sell off stock from the Australian biotech company Innate Immunotherapeutics.

The continuing disenfranchisement campaign began losing well before the election.

Donald Trump’s efforts to curtail the impact of early votes suffered a blow after judges in two states rejected lawsuits intended to stop the counting of ballots, a sign that the president’s strategy of using courts to bolster his re-election chances is running into turbulence even before election day.

A federal judge in Texas on Monday dismissed a Republican lawsuit aimed at disqualifying 130,000 ballots cast by “drive-through voting” in Houston, and a Nevada judge dismissed a similar attempt to stop counting early votes in the Las Vegas area.

Why This Force of 150 NYC Sheriff's Deputies Is Enforcing Virus Rules

Reminds me of an old TV show.

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