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« Reply #5490 on: July 03, 2022, 01:10:46 AM »
Trump wanted to ‘neutralize' the presidential chain of succession by seizing power at the Capitol: expert
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Fascism expert Ruth Ben-Ghiat provided fascinating insight — and a terrifying prediction about future Republican Party violence — when she was interviewed by CNN's Jim Acosta on Saturday.

On Tuesday, Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified that on Jan. 6, Trump was "irate" when the Secret Service would not drive him to the Capitol and lunged for the steering wheel of his presidential limousine.

Acosta began that interview by noting that weeks before Hutchinson's testimony, Ben-Ghiat had informed his audience that Trump had to go to the Capitol for the phase of a coup where the new order would be announced. Acosta described her analysis as "almost clairvoyant."

"And we have since learned that Trump did try to go to the Capitol on Jan. 6, but his Secret Service stopped him," Acosta said. "Ruth, what is your reaction to everything we learned this week, including this new CNN reporting that seems to back up what Cassidy Hutchison was saying?"

"I'm really disturbed, not surprised, about the role of violence," the New York University professor replied.

"It was very telling to me that Trump said chief of staff Mark Meadows, who seems to have been like the control center of this operation, she said that when the violence broke out, he didn't seem concerned at all, and he didn't seem perturbed, and that's because violence was part of the plan. It has to be in a coup," she explained.

"That's also why Trump wanted the, you know, weapons detectors removed, and so the other thing that stands out is that not only did he want to be driven there to the Capitol and be at the head of this, you know, violent thug march into the Capitol, but Ms. Hutchinson testified that there were conversations about him entering the chamber," she continued. "And what that says to me is first, you know, you've neutralized the presidential chain of succession. They were going to do something to Pence, they were hunting Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi, speaker, and so he was going to also have fixed the problem with the electoral counts because Pence wasn't there, and then he was going to declare himself at the head of this violent mob in the chamber as a legitimate president, and that's where that phase of the coup would have ended."

"It's extraordinary what we're learning from these hearings," she said.

Acosta asked Ben-Ghiat to compare Trump to other leaders she has studied.

She said Trump, "and his party are behaving in a desperate way, and when autocrats think they're going down, they will do anything -- and we've seen Jan. 6 -- to stay in power. What's really extraordinary is how Trump, who came from outside politics, put the GOP in such a state of authoritarian subjection and discipline that the whole party is completely compromised. We're learning from these hearings just how many people were involved," she said.

"And unfortunately, I think we can expect more extremist behavior, aggressive behavior from the party because they are acting out of fear. They're guilty, and their coup failed, and they've been exposed to the world by these hearings, and so they are -- they're in emergency mode," Ben-Bhiat warned.

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« Reply #5491 on: July 03, 2022, 05:42:08 AM »
The white supremacist hate group known as "Patriot Front" are no patriots. These are the same scumbags that refused to wear masks during the worst period of the pandemic but they have no problem wearing masks to conceal their identities when they are marching for hate.

These far right wing fascists are Trump supporters. They also back and have the support from Trump's fascist MAGA candidates running for office. And these hate groups are never condemned by the Republican party.

Right wingers are trying to normalize white supremacy and Nazism in America. We fought against Hitler, Nazism, and fascism during World War II to defeat it. Trump and his hate cult want to bring it back to America.

4 years of Trump made it possible for these lowlifes to crawl out from under their rocks trying to normalize white power and Nazism in America.

The goal of these hate groups and MAGA is to have an all white society, as they state they want to "Reclaim America" like it was back in the 1850's.

Women have lost their rights because of a radical fascist Republican party, and these same GOP fascists are coming for your Social Security and Medicare next if the GOP takes over Congress. The GOP tax plan will make seniors and middle class Americans pay high taxes at $1200 minimum. The GOP plan also calls to "sunset" Social Security/Medicare which will essentially kill it off, because Republicans will never vote "yes" to keep it functioning.

Do you want an America where right wing radicals who idolize Hitler is in charge of our government?

Want to lose your Medicare and Social Security because of MAGA candidates that feel you don't need to have it?

"Patriot Front" white supremacists are trying to put these MAGA radicals in our government as they march for white supremacy and Trump's fascist candidates.                         

Below, you can see these "Patriot Front" white supremacists assaulting an African American man on the streets of Boston today. Below the photo is the video of them marching through Boston.

Trump's fascist MAGA supporters love seeing this. We must defeat white supremacy, Nazism, and the GOP in the 2022 midterm election.       



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Dozens of white supremacists in group called Patriot Front seen marching through Boston



BOSTON -- Dozens of masked white supremacists marched through Boston on Saturday.

The group wore white masks and were seen boarding Orange Line trains at Haymarket Station. Some carried police shields and flags.

They are members of a group called Patriot Front.

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors extremist ideology, Patriot Front promotes fascism and the creation of a white ethnostate.

In response to the group's visit to Boston, Mayor Michelle Wu said in a statement to WBZ-TV, "The disgusting, hateful actions and words of white supremacist groups are not welcome in this city. Especially in a moment when so many of our rights are under attack, we will not normalize intimidation by bigots. This weekend as we remember Boston's legacy as the cradle of liberty, we celebrate the continued fight to expand those liberties for all and ensure that Boston will be a city for everyone."

https://www.cbsnews.com/boston/news/white-supremacists-boston-patriot-front-mayor-michelle-wu/


Large group of The Patriot Front white supremacists march through downtown Boston Saturday afternoon



A large group of masked white supremacists dressed in hats, combat boots, khakis and navy shirts marched through downtown Boston Saturday afternoon holding shields, flags and a banner that read, “Reclaim America”.

The group appeared to be The Patriot Front, a white nationalist hate group that broke off from Vanguard America following the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 12, 2017, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

A video circulating on Twitter Saturday shows a large group of men marching through Boston holding shields and flags, many of which were upside-down American flags, Betsy Ross flags and flags with the fasces symbol displayed.

One person in the video can be seen and heard playing a snare marching drum.

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu addressed the group on Twitter.

“To the white supremacists who ran through downtown today,” she wrote. “When we march, we don’t hide our faces. Your hate is as cowardly as it is disgusting, and it goes against all that Boston stands for.”

According to the Boston Herald, shortly past 1 p.m., the group marched down Commonwealth Avenue before stopping by the Boston Public Library where The Patriot Front flyers were found. Social media posts also report seeing the group march along the Freedom Trail.

https://www.masslive.com/news/2022/07/video-shows-large-group-of-white-supremacists-march-through-downtown-boston-saturday-afternoon.html

Video shows group wielding Patriot Front flags marching through Boston
https://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2022/07/03/boston-group-march-patriot-front-flags-kayyem-nr-vpx.cnn

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« Reply #5492 on: July 03, 2022, 06:49:23 AM »
New Jersey congressman Bill Pascrell Jr. is absolutely correct.

Big Oil is taking in record profits by gouging American gas consumers. Big Gas and Oil are artificially keeping prices high to make you pay more for gas so they can make huge profits.

Recently, House Democrats put a Bill on the House floor to be voted on. That Bill was called the "Big Oil and Gas Price Gouging Bill" which would immediately stop Big Oil from price gouging consumers at the pump. Gas prices will immediately drop when this Bill becomes law.

As you can see in the official House of Representatives vote screenshot below, EVERY single House Republican voted "NO" against lowering gas prices for American consumers and stopping Big Oil from price gouging you at the pump.

This Bill should have had a "YES" vote from EVERY single Republican. This is just another Bill Republicans voted against helping Americans. And this is the same do nothing Republican party that wants to be in control of congress.     

This Bill passed in the House only because Democrats control the House. Republicans don't care that you are paying high gas prices.

After the Bill passed the House, it went to the Senate where it is now currently being blocked by Senate Republicans. Mitch McConnell refuses to bring it up for a vote because he wants gas prices to remain high so Republicans can keep attacking Biden and Democrats for high gas prices. Republicans are playing politics with your finances. Republicans think keeping gas prices high on purpose will help then politically in November.

That's what the Republicans have been doing since January 2021, the GOP House votes "NO" on the agenda the overwhelming majority of Americans want and then the GOP Senate blocks it from becoming law. Then these same right wing Republicans and the right wing media attack Biden and Democrats. It's pure sabotage from these Republicans as they think their obstruction will help then politically in November.

Remember this in November....Republicans can lower gas prices right now if they allowed the "Big Oil and Gas Price Gouging Bill" to be voted on in the Senate because it would pass and become law. They don't want it to because they need an "issue" to attack Biden. So, the Senate GOP is purposely keeping gas prices high by blocking this Bill. And because of Republican political games, they are making you pay more for gas as their Big Oil buddies continue to make BILLIONS in profits. Doesn't this make you angry? It sure does make me angry since there is no need of this.   

Remember in November.


Bill Pascrell, Jr. @Bill Pascrell

This July 4th if you get robbed at the pump filling your car - thank republicans. When we recently moved to stop greedy gas gougers, every single republican voted no.



https://twitter.com/BillPascrell/status/1543283817586237440



EVERY single Republican in the House voted NO to lower gas prices for you but they feign outrage on Twitter over high gas prices as they constantly attack Biden. Republicans don't care that you are paying high gas prices, otherwise they would have voted "YES" to lower gas prices for you.

Biden has nothing to do with high gas prices as the entire world is paying even higher gas prices than the United States.

The GOP had the perfect opportunity to lower high gas prices from Big Oil price gouging. The Republican House voted "NO" to lower gas prices and the Republican Senate is blocking this bill from becoming law which would immediately lower gas prices.

This is GOP sabotage because they think hammering away on high gas prices gives them a "political issue" for the midterms when Republicans could have voted "YES" to lower gas prices for you.

Remember in November.

Here's the record gas profits Big Oil is taking in thanks to Republicans by making you pay more for gas at the pump. All Republicans had to do was vote "YES" to stop Big Oil from taking advantage of you and they refused. Republicans want you paying more because they think that will get them votes in November. Republicans are playing politics with your finances!





                             

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Even "Fox News" exposed Rick Scott's GOP tax plan to raise taxes on Americans and end Social Security. 
 
With the GOP you will have less money in your pockets, higher taxes, and no health insurance!   

WATCH: GOP Senator Rick Scott proposes raising taxes on 50% of Americans and wants to END Social Security & Medicare if GOP regains control of CONGRESS!

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This wasn't SNL on a Thursday night.

This was Wyoming's Republican primary debate.

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Two former Trump officials react to Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony

Former Trump administration officials Alyssa Farah Griffin and Olivia Troye react to ex-White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s stunning testimony before the House select committee investigating January 6.

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What charges might Trump face for trying to overturn 2020 election?



NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. congressional committee probing the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol has sought to build a case that then-President Donald Trump behaved illegally when he sought to overturn his 2020 electoral defeat, but what charges might prosecutors bring against Trump and how might he defend himself?

Here are some ideas being floated now:

OBSTRUCTING AN OFFICIAL PROCEEDING

In a March 2 court filing, the committee detailed Trump's efforts to persuade then-Vice President Mike Pence to either reject slates of electors for Joe Biden, who won the election, or delay a congressional count of those votes..

The president's efforts likely violated a federal law making it illegal to "corruptly" obstruct any official proceeding, or attempt to do so, said David Carter, the California federal judge overseeing the case.

Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, said Trump dismissed concerns that some supporters gathered for his fiery speech outside the White House that day carried AR-15-style rifles, instead asking security to stop screening attendees with magnetometers so the crowd would look larger.

She testified Trump demanded to be taken to the Capitol to join supporters rioting ahead of Pence's expected certification of the vote and tried to grab the steering wheel when his security detail insisted on returning him to the White House.

Hutchinson said the conversation was relayed to her by Tony Ornato, a senior Secret Service official who was Trump's deputy chief of staff for operations.

Ilya Somin, professor of law at George Mason University, said the testimony could "bolster the chances of indicting and convicting Trump, especially insofar as some potential charges hinge on his motives and state of mind."

Trump denied Hutchinson's account in a statement posted on Truth Social, his social media app, and called her story about him grabbing the steering wheel "fake" and "fraudulent." Trump has accused the committee of conducting a "sham investigation."

The New York Times and NBC, citing sources in the Secret Service, said the head of Trump's security detail, Robert Engel, and the limousine driver were prepared to testify under oath that Trump never lunged for the steering wheel.

CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD THE UNITED STATES

In the March 2 filing, the committee said it was likely that Trump and others conspired to defraud the United States, which criminalizes any effort by two or more people to interfere with governmental functions "by deceit, craft or trickery."

In addition to Trump's efforts to pressure Pence, the committee cited his attempts to convince state election officials, the public and members of Congress that the 2020 election was stolen, even though several of his allies told him there was no evidence of fraud.

According to Hutchinson's testimony, Trump's White House press secretary at the time, Trump was so enraged by then-Attorney General Bill Barr's interview with the Associated Press saying there was no evidence of election fraud that Trump threw his lunch at the wall, breaking a porcelain dish and leaving ketchup dripping down the wall.

SEDITIOUS CONSPIRACY

Prosecutors already have charged more than a dozen members of the far-right Proud Boys and Oath Keepers groups who were at the Jan. 6 riot with seditious conspiracy, a rarely used statute that makes it illegal to overthrow the U.S. government by force.

To prove seditious conspiracy, prosecutors would need to show Trump conspired with others to use force, said Barbara McQuade, a law professor at the University of Michigan and a former federal prosecutor.

"While her testimony is consistent with that theory, it does not alone establish it," McQuade said.

OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

At the end of Hutchinson's testimony, Representative Liz Cheney, a Republican, presented possible evidence of witness tampering and obstruction of justice.

Cheney showed messages to unidentified witnesses advising them that an unidentified person would be watching their testimony closely and expecting loyalty.

If the committee has evidence that the people who sent the messages had a "tacit understanding" with Trump, prosecutors could use it to show there was a conspiracy to tamper with witnesses, said Daniel Medwed, a law professor at Northeastern University in Boston.

"They were setting the table for witness tampering and likely have other witnesses coming in to nail that down," he said.

The fact that Cheney did not identify the sender of the messages suggests it may be "more of a shot across the bow to get the person to knock it off," McQuade said.

TRUMP'S DEFENSE?

Trump has repeatedly denied doing anything illegal in connection with the Jan. 6 events.

If the Justice Department brings charges, prosecutors' main challenge will be proving that Trump acted with corrupt intent, experts said.

Trump could argue he sincerely believed that he won the election and that his well-documented efforts to pressure Pence and state election officials were not meant to obstruct Congress or defraud the United States, but to protect the election's integrity.

Hutchinson's account could make it more difficult for Trump to assert this defense, Medwed said.

"Prior to (Tuesday's) disclosures, the biggest hurdle to charging Trump related to mental state: to proving that he intended to obstruct an official proceeding or to agree with others to defraud the U.S. or foment rebellion," Medwed said.

"(Tuesday's) testimony offered powerful circumstantial evidence that it was his intent to do those things."

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Liz Cheney hints at 'more than one' criminal referral for Trump over Jan. 6

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) asserted that the Jan. 6 Committee has not ruled out "more than one" criminal referral to the Justice Department for former President Donald Trump.

During an interview on ABC, correspondent Jonathan Karl asked Cheney if the Jan. 6 hearings demonstrated that Trump "needs to be prosecuted."

"Ultimately the Justice Department will decide that," Cheney replied. "We may well as a committee have a view on that. And if you just think about it from the perspective of what kind of man knows that the mob is armed and sends the mob to attack the Capitol? And further incites that mob when his own vice president is under threat, when the Congress is under threat. It's very chilling."

"The committee will or will not make a criminal referral?" Karl pressed.

"We'll make a decision as a committee about it," Cheney replied.

"So it's possible there will be a criminal referral?" Karl said.

"The Justice Department doesn't have to wait for the committee to make a criminal referral," she noted. "And there could be more than one criminal referral."

Cheney said that she had great concerns "about what it would mean if people aren't held accountable for what's happened."

"I think it's a much graver constitutional threat if a president can engage in these activities and the majority of the president's party looks away," she remarked, "or we as a country decide, you know, we're not actually going to take our constitutional obligations seriously."


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'A swearing contest' has broken out between Cassidy Hutchinson and Trump's Secret Service guy: ex-ethics czar



Former impeachment lawyer and White House ethics czar Norm Eisen explained that there's a battle of facts between former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson and former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Anthony Ornato.

Ornato previously served as a Secret Service Agent, but was appointed by Trump to serve in the White House and ultimately took a leave of absence from the agency. Ornato has not testified publicly before the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on Congress and the attempt to overthrow the election. Cassidy Hutchinson has testified for over 20 hours in addition to the four hours a the public hearing last week.

As Eisen explained, "to the extent this has turned into a swearing contest between Ornato and Cassidy Hutchinson, she didn't just provide 60 seconds in a yes or no about the details of Trump's anger wanting to march with that armed mob. Ornato has to answer all the questions and had a bird's eye view of what went on and we're rounding in as the hearings proceed to the hearing of these events. In the run-up, the funding and the organization of Jan. 6th, and what happened on Jan. 6th itself. Ornato has to answer all of those questions. That could be uncomfortable for him."

There have been questions about Ornato's credibility, as Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) tweeted on Thursday.

"'There seems to be a major thread here… Tony Ornato likes to lie," he explained.

Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-FL) similarly explained to NBC News that Ornato "did not have as clear of memories from this period of time" as Hutchinson.

"We got a very important missing link from Cassidy Hutchinson and that is that President Trump knew the crowd was armed," Eisen closed. "He had reason to believe the danger that would occur and how he wanted to march with the crowd, how angry he was when he couldn't go and it puts on his tweet attacking Pence when we know not only that he didn't want to take action but Ms. Hutchinson heard the conversation between the president's chief of staff, Mr. Cipollone, his White House counsel, that Trump agreed with the crowd that was intending harm to his own vice president. That really creates the missing link of Trump wanting to see this violence occur and increases his criminal exposure."

It's still unknown if Ornato will be willing to testify publicly before the committee.

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Adam Kinzinger: Republicans 'are scared — and they should be'



Republicans had the opportunity to create a bipartisan commission to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on Congress, but instead of green-lighting the option, the House and Senate Republicans opposed it. It means there would be a House committee, but when Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) was told he couldn't have members on it that could very well end up as witnesses, he "took his ball and went home."

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) said as much while attacking McCarthy, Donald Trump, and other Republicans like Kristi Noem (R-SD) and Elise Stefanik (R-NY) on Twitter Sunday.

"When your friends say this committee isn’t fair, maybe remind them that those testifying are all Republicans, appointed by Trump," Kinzinger explained. "That Kevin McCarthy got a fair deal in a split commission, but then took his ball and went home."

The committee was formed and three members were going to be on it, but McCarthy pulled them off because there were two "who fomented the insurrection, were not allowed to stay on." As Kinzinger continued, "Kevin McCarthy could have then added two more, but Trump told him to pull his members."

Because Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) and Kinzinger joined the committee, the plot to make it a partisan hack job failed, making it a bipartisan effort that Americans overwhelmingly believe is legitimate.

Kinzinger explained that they have been able to find out things that up until recently were denied by the Jan 6th truthers. So, they are left with trying to discredit a young woman with more courage than they could muster in a lifetime. Except that isn’t working. Cassidy doesn’t seek the limelight, but she is compelled with honor. She didn’t even have to swear an oath to the Constitution like Kevin, Elise, Kristi Noem and others did. But she volunteered to come under oath to tell what she knows. She is a better person than them all. They’re all scared. They should be."

Adam Kinzinger @AdamKinzinger

1) When your friends say this committee isn’t fair, maybe remind them that those testifying are all republicans, appointed by trump.  That Kevin McCarthy got a fair deal in a split commission, but then took his ball and went home.  When the committee was then formed…

2) Kevin pulled his remaining three members after two, who foamented the insurrection, were not allowed to stay on. 
@GOPLeader COULD have then added two more, but Trump told him to pull his members…

3) he thought this “brilliant move” would pull the plug on the committee.  But it didn’t.  Cheney and I got on.  This BIPARTISAN committee has been able to find out things that up until recently were denied by the Jan 6th truthers…

4) so they are left with trying to discredit a young woman with more courage than they could muster in a lifetime.  Except… that isn’t working.  Cassidy doesn’t seek the limelight, but she is compelled with honor.  She didn’t even have to swear an oath to the constitution…

5) like Kevin, Elise, Kristi Noem and others did.  But she volunteered to come under oath to tell what she knows.  She is a better person than them all. 

They’re all scared.  They should be. 

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