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Deezz

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Out by spring with good behavior. Then a tv media tour, book deal, and sell the movie rights. He'll be a multi millionaire by his next birthday. :curse:
Doubt this on so many levels. He's a fucking idiot. That's Fed time too. I think he has to serve most of that time.
 

Dr. Truth

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Why is the pandemic continually worsening under the Biden Administration? Why is the economy getting worse, inflation going through the roof, debt spiraling out of control and the administration proving to be incompetent in handling any serious issue? The obsession that the libertines have with Trump is on some ‘Fatal Attraction’ shit.
:smh: :roflmao:
 

blackbull1970

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Roger Stone invokes Fifth Amendment in House Jan. 6 probe

Stone is only the latest Trump associate to refuse to cooperate with the House panel investigating the Capitol riot.

By Dartunorro Clark
December 7, 2021


Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to former President Donald Trump, is refusing to be deposed or to hand over documents to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, his attorney said in a letter dated Monday.

The letter, which Stone provided to NBC News on Tuesday, invokes his Fifth Amendment right not to testify.

“Given that the Select Committee's demand for documents is overbroad, overreaching, and far too wide-ranging to be deemed anything other than a fishing expedition, Mr. Stone has a constitutional right to decline to respond," wrote his attorney, Grant Smith. "Indeed, the Select Committee seeks an imprecise and undefined category of 'documents and communications concerning' a broad range of constitutionally protected political activity."

Last month, the panel subpoenaed Stone and other Trump allies to testify, arguing that Stone helped spearhead Trump’s crusade to overturn the 2020 election. The committee said that Stone was in Washington on Jan. 5 and 6 to "lead a march to the Capitol" and that he "promoted his attendance at the rallies and solicited support to pay for security.”

The committee has issued batches of subpoenas in recent weeks to dozens of Trump administration officials and allies of the former president. Although many of them have embraced Trump's directive not to cooperate with the panel, some have testified and provided documents, according to the committee.

The committee has pursued contempt charges against some subpoenaed witnesses who have refused to comply. Last month, a federal grand jury indicted former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, who has been charged with contempt of Congress for refusing to answer the committee's questions. On Tuesday, a federal judge set a July trial date.

The panel voted unanimously this month to refer former Trump Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark to his previous employer for criminal contempt of Congress after he invoked his Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination.

Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, who was also subpoenaed, said Tuesday that he is no longer cooperating with the investigation, prompting the panel to threaten contempt proceedings if he skips his scheduled deposition Wednesday.

 
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Roger Stone invokes Fifth Amendment in House Jan. 6 probe

Stone is only the latest Trump associate to refuse to cooperate with the House panel investigating the Capitol riot.

By Dartunorro Clark
December 7, 2021


Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to former President Donald Trump, is refusing to be deposed or to hand over documents to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, his attorney said in a letter dated Monday.

The letter, which Stone provided to NBC News on Tuesday, invokes his Fifth Amendment right not to testify.

“Given that the Select Committee's demand for documents is overbroad, overreaching, and far too wide-ranging to be deemed anything other than a fishing expedition, Mr. Stone has a constitutional right to decline to respond," wrote his attorney, Grant Smith. "Indeed, the Select Committee seeks an imprecise and undefined category of 'documents and communications concerning' a broad range of constitutionally protected political activity."

Last month, the panel subpoenaed Stone and other Trump allies to testify, arguing that Stone helped spearhead Trump’s crusade to overturn the 2020 election. The committee said that Stone was in Washington on Jan. 5 and 6 to "lead a march to the Capitol" and that he "promoted his attendance at the rallies and solicited support to pay for security.”

The committee has issued batches of subpoenas in recent weeks to dozens of Trump administration officials and allies of the former president. Although many of them have embraced Trump's directive not to cooperate with the panel, some have testified and provided documents, according to the committee.

The committee has pursued contempt charges against some subpoenaed witnesses who have refused to comply. Last month, a federal grand jury indicted former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, who has been charged with contempt of Congress for refusing to answer the committee's questions. On Tuesday, a federal judge set a July trial date.

The panel voted unanimously this month to refer former Trump Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark to his previous employer for criminal contempt of Congress after he invoked his Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination.

Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, who was also subpoenaed, said Tuesday that he is no longer cooperating with the investigation, prompting the panel to threaten contempt proceedings if he skips his scheduled deposition Wednesday.

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Only a cac can worship a Crook and thrive in this wicked ass kkkountry.
 

blackbull1970

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Jan. 6 ties cost former aide spot on Dole funeral planning team: report

Natalie Prieb
December 09, 2021 - 10:10 AM EST


An event planner working on former Sen. Bob Dole's (R-Kan.) funeral has been let go after he received a subpoena by the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

Tim Unes allegedly had a hand in organizing the rally on the White House Ellipse, which occurred just hours before the attack, that featured a speech from former President Trump in which he encouraged his supporters to stop the certification of the 2020 election results.

A spokesman for the Elizabeth Dole Foundation told The New York Times that Unes had volunteered with the team organizing the memorial events in Washington scheduled for this week, including when Dole lies in state at the Capitol Thursday and the funeral service at the National Cathedral on Friday.

"Tim Unes served as an advance staffer for the late Senator Bob Dole's 1996 presidential campaign," Steve Schwab, a Dole family spokesperson, said in a statement obtained by The Hill. "Along with a large network of former staff, Mr. Unes volunteered his time to serve on the advance team for this week's memorial events honoring Senator Dole. Yesterday, I made Senator Elizabeth Dole aware of Mr. Unes' alleged involvement in the events of January 6, 2021. Senator Dole was previously unaware of his participation and terminated his volunteer role."

A number of Republicans and staff members aware of Unes's ties to the Jan. 6 attack raised the issue earlier this week, concerned that Unes would take attention away memorializing Dole.

Representatives for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) brought the concern to a contact for the Dole family, who agreed that Unes would have a limited role in planning the memorial events and that he would not attend the service at the Capitol, the Times reported.

The Hill has reached out to Unes, the Elizabeth Dole Foundation and the Jan. 6 select committee for comment.

Unes is the founder and president of Event Strategies Inc., a Washington-based event planning company whose clients include HBO, IBM, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, AARP and the Washington Nationals. The company also lists Trump for President and Dole for President as former clients.

A spokesperson for AARP said in a statement to The Hill that Unes worked on one project for the organization, 20 years ago.

"The firm has not done any work since and does not currently work for us. AARP has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Event Strategies to remove our name from their website," the spokesperson said.

The Jan. 6 committee sent a letter to Unes on Sept. 29, writing that documents filed for a rally permit noted that he was the event's "stage manager," the Times reported.

"The investigation has revealed credible evidence of your involvement in events within the scope of the select committee's inquiry," the committee said, according to the Times. "According to documents provided to the select committee, press reports, and statements by Women for America First (WFAF), you assisted in organizing the rally held on the Ellipse in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6, 2021, in support of then-President Trump and his allegations of election fraud."

Dole, the 1996 Republican presidential nominee who served more than 25 years in the Senate and eight in the House, died Sunday.

 

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Florida man arrested after federal authorities say he beat DC cop with a flagpole on January 6

A Florida man accused of taking part in the beating of a police officer during the January 6 insurrection was arrested this week, the Department of Justice said Wednesday.

Mason Joel Courson, 26, was arrested in Tamarac, Florida, and charged on 24 counts — including using a deadly or dangerous weapon against a member of the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, DC, according to the federal indictment.
He is also accused of breaking through a police line and entering restricted grounds during the January 6 attack on the US Capitol by a pro-Trump mob that sought to block the certification of President Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election.

Courson is further charged using and carrying a weapon — "a stick, baton, flagpole, crutch, and reinforced gloves" — inside the US Capitol while former Vice President Mike Pence was in the building.

He was arrested Tuesday and is currently being detained after a court appearance Wednesday in South Florida.

 

blackbull1970

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Two Jan. 6 Organizers Are Coming Forward and Naming Names: ‘We’re Turning It All Over’

After losing faith in Trump, the pair plan to hand over text messages, Instagram direct messages, and other documents related to the planning of the Jan. 6 rally on the Ellipse where Trump spoke

HUNTER WALKER
December 13, 2021


Two key organizers of the main Jan. 6 rally in Washington, D.C. are coming in from the cold.

Dustin Stockton and Jennifer Lynn Lawrence are set to testify next week before the House select committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol. The pair will deliver testimony and turn over documents, including text messages, that indicate the extensive involvement members of Congress and the Trump administration had in planning the House challenge to certifying Biden’s election and rally near the White House where Donald Trump spoke — efforts that ultimately contributed to a massive and violent attack on the Capitol.

Among the documents the couple is providing are conversations they had with staffers and members of Congress as they planned the main rally that took place on the White House Ellipse that day. Stockton described these discussions as largely logistical and focused on planning the members’ participation in objections to the electoral certification on the House floor and various events that were staged to protest against the election. They include Instagram messages Lawrence exchanged with Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) as she tried to get him to speak at the Ellipse rally. Cawthorn, whose office did not immediately respond to a request for comment, ultimately appeared onstage at that event.

“We’re turning it all over and we’ll let the cards fall where they may,” Stockton says.

It’s the latest revelation from the couple, veteran activists who have spent the better part of a decade specializing in staging political stunts while working for conservative activist groups, Republican campaigns, and Trump’s on-again-off-again strategist Steve Bannon. Stockton and Lawrence were members of the team that led the nationwide “March for Trump” bus tour, which ended with the Jan. 6 rally at the White House Ellipse. In recent weeks, Stockton and Lawrence have participated in an extensive series of interviews with Rolling Stone revealing what they knew about the day.

The pair were the sources for a story that was published in late October, when they said members of Congress were involved in planning Trump’s efforts to overturn the election and the Jan. 6 Ellipse rally. They claimed one of these lawmakers, Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), suggested the possibility Trump could get them a “blanket pardon” in an unrelated ongoing investigation if they helped protest the election. (Gosar later suggested that story was “categorically false and defamatory.”) Stockton and Lawrence also say they were told that Trump’s former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, had communicated with the organizers and was warned about concerns of potential violence.

Nothing in the documents viewed by Rolling Stone or the couple’s statements revealed any planning for, or coordination with, the violent attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters.

Stockton and Lawrence spoke to Rolling Stone on the condition of anonymity for that story due to the ongoing investigation. Now, after receiving a subpoena from the committee, they decided to come forward and testify publicly — in Congress and in the press. The couple say they believe the public deserve answers about what went down on Jan. 6.

“The people and the history books deserve a real account of what happened,” Stockton explains. Lawrence puts it more bluntly: “Violent shit happened,” she says. “We want to get to the bottom of that.”

Behind those noble sentiments about why they’re cooperating with the committee is a hard reality: Stockton and Lawrence are running out of options.
On Nov. 22, the committee subpoenaed the pair, demanding they deliver depositions and turn over documents related to their involvement in the rally and communications with members of Trump’s team. Stockton is scheduled to testify on Tuesday, and Lawrence is due up the following day. The duo are keenly aware that Bannon, Meadows, and others who have declined to cooperate with the committee are facing federal charges for contempt of Congress. “We’ve seen what’s happened with Bannon, and we don’t have the resources that a Steve Bannon has,” Stockton says, referencing Bannon’s multimillion dollar fortune. “Our options are, in a lot of ways, limited.”

Stockton and Lawrence have spent the past few weeks on the move, switching between their R.V. and various hotels and hideouts. Apart from Louis, a greyhound-beagle mix who has accompanied them back and forth across the country, the couple have few of their old friends left. The legal drama and infighting have left them cut off from political work; Stockton is keeping them afloat with what he describes as “a variety of side hustles.”

Being caught between those on the right they think might want to silence them and a Democrat-led committee that’s hit them with subpoenas and potentially large legal bills has left them with what Stockton labels “a sense of paranoia.” The couple have packed their things up and switched locations in the middle of the night at least once when they became suspicious of a group of “paramilitary-looking” young men. When they first made contact with the committee, the meeting, they say, was a disaster that left them with real questions about who they could trust. They’ve spent most of the past few months on the run.

It’s been a long, stressful time for Stockton and Lawrence, a pair who were once rising stars in the extended MAGA universe and now find themselves looking constantly over their shoulders. For a lot of people who end up in such a tight spot, it’s tough to look back and pinpoint the moment things started to go wrong. For these two, that question has a fairly straightforward answer.

In Lawrence’s mind, it all began when she had “a gun put to my head.”

IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS of Aug. 20, 2020, Stockton and Lawrence were asleep in their R.V. as it sat parked on the dusty backlot of the Casablanca Resort and Casino in Mesquite, Nevada. But some time after 4 a.m., the pair say they suddenly awoke after a late night to hear banging on the door. Their mobile home was surrounded by heavily armed officers from the United States Postal Inspection Service, an obscure law-enforcement arm of the Postal Service. Stockton leapt up and reached for his own firearm. He put the gun down when he saw a badge tapping on the window.

“As I’m reaching down, one of the officers … the USPS special forces motherfuckers, he gets my attention. Thank god.… He gets my attention before I draw. There’s a good chance that probably saved my life,” Stockton says. “It’s clear that there’s enough men and firepower out there that, like, this is the real deal.”
Stockton says he was handcuffed as the officers searched the R.V., while Lawrence, by her own admission, went “apeshit” and began shouting at the officers about corrupt courts and accusing them of being part of a plot to boost Trump’s Democratic rival Joe Biden.

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Dustin Stockton and Jennifer Lynn Lawrence
 

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Two Jan. 6 Organizers Are Coming Forward and Naming Names: ‘We’re Turning It All Over’

After losing faith in Trump, the pair plan to hand over text messages, Instagram direct messages, and other documents related to the planning of the Jan. 6 rally on the Ellipse where Trump spoke

HUNTER WALKER
December 13, 2021


Two key organizers of the main Jan. 6 rally in Washington, D.C. are coming in from the cold.

Dustin Stockton and Jennifer Lynn Lawrence are set to testify next week before the House select committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol. The pair will deliver testimony and turn over documents, including text messages, that indicate the extensive involvement members of Congress and the Trump administration had in planning the House challenge to certifying Biden’s election and rally near the White House where Donald Trump spoke — efforts that ultimately contributed to a massive and violent attack on the Capitol.

Among the documents the couple is providing are conversations they had with staffers and members of Congress as they planned the main rally that took place on the White House Ellipse that day. Stockton described these discussions as largely logistical and focused on planning the members’ participation in objections to the electoral certification on the House floor and various events that were staged to protest against the election. They include Instagram messages Lawrence exchanged with Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) as she tried to get him to speak at the Ellipse rally. Cawthorn, whose office did not immediately respond to a request for comment, ultimately appeared onstage at that event.

“We’re turning it all over and we’ll let the cards fall where they may,” Stockton says.

It’s the latest revelation from the couple, veteran activists who have spent the better part of a decade specializing in staging political stunts while working for conservative activist groups, Republican campaigns, and Trump’s on-again-off-again strategist Steve Bannon. Stockton and Lawrence were members of the team that led the nationwide “March for Trump” bus tour, which ended with the Jan. 6 rally at the White House Ellipse. In recent weeks, Stockton and Lawrence have participated in an extensive series of interviews with Rolling Stone revealing what they knew about the day.

The pair were the sources for a story that was published in late October, when they said members of Congress were involved in planning Trump’s efforts to overturn the election and the Jan. 6 Ellipse rally. They claimed one of these lawmakers, Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), suggested the possibility Trump could get them a “blanket pardon” in an unrelated ongoing investigation if they helped protest the election. (Gosar later suggested that story was “categorically false and defamatory.”) Stockton and Lawrence also say they were told that Trump’s former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, had communicated with the organizers and was warned about concerns of potential violence.

Nothing in the documents viewed by Rolling Stone or the couple’s statements revealed any planning for, or coordination with, the violent attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters.

Stockton and Lawrence spoke to Rolling Stone on the condition of anonymity for that story due to the ongoing investigation. Now, after receiving a subpoena from the committee, they decided to come forward and testify publicly — in Congress and in the press. The couple say they believe the public deserve answers about what went down on Jan. 6.

“The people and the history books deserve a real account of what happened,” Stockton explains. Lawrence puts it more bluntly: “Violent shit happened,” she says. “We want to get to the bottom of that.”

Behind those noble sentiments about why they’re cooperating with the committee is a hard reality: Stockton and Lawrence are running out of options.
On Nov. 22, the committee subpoenaed the pair, demanding they deliver depositions and turn over documents related to their involvement in the rally and communications with members of Trump’s team. Stockton is scheduled to testify on Tuesday, and Lawrence is due up the following day. The duo are keenly aware that Bannon, Meadows, and others who have declined to cooperate with the committee are facing federal charges for contempt of Congress. “We’ve seen what’s happened with Bannon, and we don’t have the resources that a Steve Bannon has,” Stockton says, referencing Bannon’s multimillion dollar fortune. “Our options are, in a lot of ways, limited.”

Stockton and Lawrence have spent the past few weeks on the move, switching between their R.V. and various hotels and hideouts. Apart from Louis, a greyhound-beagle mix who has accompanied them back and forth across the country, the couple have few of their old friends left. The legal drama and infighting have left them cut off from political work; Stockton is keeping them afloat with what he describes as “a variety of side hustles.”

Being caught between those on the right they think might want to silence them and a Democrat-led committee that’s hit them with subpoenas and potentially large legal bills has left them with what Stockton labels “a sense of paranoia.” The couple have packed their things up and switched locations in the middle of the night at least once when they became suspicious of a group of “paramilitary-looking” young men. When they first made contact with the committee, the meeting, they say, was a disaster that left them with real questions about who they could trust. They’ve spent most of the past few months on the run.

It’s been a long, stressful time for Stockton and Lawrence, a pair who were once rising stars in the extended MAGA universe and now find themselves looking constantly over their shoulders. For a lot of people who end up in such a tight spot, it’s tough to look back and pinpoint the moment things started to go wrong. For these two, that question has a fairly straightforward answer.

In Lawrence’s mind, it all began when she had “a gun put to my head.”

IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS of Aug. 20, 2020, Stockton and Lawrence were asleep in their R.V. as it sat parked on the dusty backlot of the Casablanca Resort and Casino in Mesquite, Nevada. But some time after 4 a.m., the pair say they suddenly awoke after a late night to hear banging on the door. Their mobile home was surrounded by heavily armed officers from the United States Postal Inspection Service, an obscure law-enforcement arm of the Postal Service. Stockton leapt up and reached for his own firearm. He put the gun down when he saw a badge tapping on the window.

“As I’m reaching down, one of the officers … the USPS special forces motherfuckers, he gets my attention. Thank god.… He gets my attention before I draw. There’s a good chance that probably saved my life,” Stockton says. “It’s clear that there’s enough men and firepower out there that, like, this is the real deal.”
Stockton says he was handcuffed as the officers searched the R.V., while Lawrence, by her own admission, went “apeshit” and began shouting at the officers about corrupt courts and accusing them of being part of a plot to boost Trump’s Democratic rival Joe Biden.

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Dustin Stockton and Jennifer Lynn Lawrence

During the 2016 election, they tried to chip away at Trump’s Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, with a series of rogue operations that included recruiting Black activists to discourage the community from voting and embedding with Bernie Sanders supporters to help spur their protests at the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
 

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