Special Counsel Jack Smith has had a busy week.
The Trumpist House GOP, right on cue, is rushing to shield him by attacking prosecutors and the DOJ—without seeing a single charge or fact in evidence.
“Some of these militia groups have gone underground... they’re being a bit more discreet with their organizing and their recruitment.”
The real story is that one of our two major political parties has an “anti-insurrectionist lane”—and few of its most powerful elected officials are in it.
On the second anniversary of the insurrection, Twitter restored the account of Michael Flynn, who pushed Trump to use the military to overturn the election.
"Brazilian Freedom Fighters,” Steve Bannon posted on Gettr. “Lula stole the Election, Brazilians know that …Release the Machines.”
“Not to mention, we would’ve been armed,” the congresswoman said.
The Order of Hagal reportedly had significant international contacts, with overseas training, links to Ukraine militants, and even claimed to have met with former Trump advisor Steve Bannon.
MAGA world is getting awfully worked up about a stolen election despite many, many votes yet to be counted.
Prosecutors just asked a judge to put Steve Bannon in jail for six months for defying a Congressional subpoena for the investigation into Jan. 6.
Republicans Kari Lake, Ted Cruz, Tom Cotton, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and others were quick to praise Giorgia Meloni.