The hateful demonic crooks are falsely charging, convicting, and imprisoning innocent Americans who opposed democrat fraud and corruption.The news is literally bursting at the proverbial seams with bad news for Donald Trump, which is awesome. No one could be more deserving. Salon magazine released “secret objections” made by Trump’s legal team in response to Judge Dearie’s challenge that they “put up or shut up” with respect to Trump’s claims that the FBI “planted evidence” while searching Mar-a-Lago for contraband that belonged to the government. In response, Trump’s lawyers filed objections under seal, which means they never wanted anyone outside of this case to see them. Oh, well. The DOJ busted them by filing a response that included their objections. Oops.
As if that wasn’t enough bad news for Trump, Salon then reported that the Oath Keepers have plans to “throw him under the bus.” Is it yet time for popcorn?
Oath Keeper head Stewart Rhodes and five other Oath Keeper members are set to begin trial for sedition, and jury selection has begun. According to Salon, the DOJ has a massive amount of evidence against them. It doesn’t help that two who were charged struck deals with the DOJ and have already pled guilty, which means they will be testifying against the rest. The DOJ has text messages that prove their plans, and those messages have direct ties to Roger Stone and other Trump cronies. Their defense, as Salon describes it, is novel, and it is damning: Trump told them to do it. Now, he may not have directly told these people to storm the Capitol and otherwise try to thwart democracy, but Trump’s inflaming rhetoric and callous disregard made these people act.
New York Times reported on the plans of these defendants: “They intend to tell the jury that when armed teams of Oath Keeper made plans to rush into Washington from Virginia on January 6, 2021, they believed they were following legal orders from the president himself.” Of course they did. Trump took advantage of mentally unstable people who hung on his every word. In their minds, they answered the call of their president, and as a result, they thought what they were doing was perfectly legal. The evidence is clear that these people felt they were following orders from Donald Trump. It is only right that they point that out to a court of law.