Imagine the trouble Donnie would be in if he went out for a drink.
… obstruction of an official proceeding, conspiracy to defraud the United States, and an unusual statute that makes it unlawful to conspire to violate civil rights.
Obstruction of an official proceeding is punishable by up to 20 years in prison. Conspiracy to defraud the United States carries a maximum five-year sentence. The civil rights charge is punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
By Thursday afternoon, all indications were that Trump would not agree to testify
From that article:
But a vote to expunge Trump’s impeachments would not be guaranteed to succeed. Republicans control the House by a very slim majority
No mention at all that expunging an impeachment isn’t a thing. Just that it might not pass.
Rules and laws only apply to Democrats, though.
Unless they are ethics rules, because ethics rules are specifically meant to target conservatives.
“This is a bill not designed to make the court stronger or more ethical, but to destroy a conservative court,”
They keep telling on themselves, don’t they?
This hat was a good start, a few years ago:
I want the hat that says “many are getting incarcerated” please.
Is there a virtual toteboard posted somewhere, a list of Jan6 rioters apprehended, accused, tried, convicted, sentenced, jailed (as in American baseball: at-bats, balls, strikes, runs, walks)? Do the Jan6 rioters get their own card set, like baseball cards? Will those turn into trading cards later? Will there be bubblegum?
Here’s a different data viz, for just one guy. TFG. Article is dated June 2023.
It’s really long. Impressive, in a bad way. Proof positive of the U.S. “two-separate-justice-‘systems’” as if we needed more evidence.
Puts a new spin on “The Gift of the Magi”, doesn’t it?
Yeesh. Imagine if Smith had gone out to get more popcorn!
The officer’s body camera showed Sibick removing his badge and radio from his vest during the attack. Investigators later found the badge and radio buried in his home’s backyard in Buffalo.
The texts and timeline of the felony.