Like rats leaving a sinking ship, the elected Trump’s GOP “faithful” will likely as silently as possible be trying to separate themselves from the Castrated Trump and his inner circle cabal.
No wonder. Law suits are certainly pending and whether the Grand Coup Instigaror gets indicted, the imagery was devastating about Trump’s behavior as Ms Hutchinson under oath testified to at the Tuesday June 28th House Committee’s January 6th hearing.
Trump’s former chief counsel Pat Cipillone has now been subpoenaed by the Committee. He will doubtless be asked to confirm under oath the truth of Hutchinson’s testimony.
Others will also be summoned, and the subsequent chain of testimony will certainly augment Trump’s coup attempts.
It seems obvious that many of Trump’s coup assistors may be subjected to law suits for various crimes. As the penalties for some Trump associates accumulate, it might persuade them to seek a deal to add testimony that would keep them out of jail.
Will these shocking disclosures between now and November along with the Trump packed Supreme Court’s June 24th Roe killing, its allowing open gun carrying, ignoring the separation of church and state be enough to awaken suburban women and their independents and/or even disgusted Republicans to keep Democrats in control of Congress?
this year, the Supreme Court has
1) made abortion illegal
2) made school prayer legal
3) make gun control illegal
4) overturned Miranda rights
5) made it illegal for the EPA to regulate emissions
at this point, expanding the court is a moderate response to an extremist court
— sam (@sam_d_1995) June 30, 2022
On June 20th the Court’s decision to halt EPA’s ability to curb carbon dioxide emissions at a time of growing environmental threats to the entire world caused Chief Justice John Roberts to argue that Congress not the Court must enact needed changes legislatively.
The Supreme Court fundamentally rewrote America's separation of powers in its big EPA decision, effectively placing the judiciary at the head of much of the Executive Branch of government.https://t.co/S9rvUwhKun
— Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser) June 30, 2022
This certainly would be desirable, but our democracy is almost nonfunctional with neither party willing to negotiate to deal with urgent issues such as abortion, guns, religion and most importantly climate!
The Supreme Court has lamed, and maimed America based on a rigidity unseen before. More on that in the future.
“What Can Be Done Now to Save Habitable Life on Planet Earth?”: https://t.co/fHuh0CG6JD
“We Humans Overwhelm Our Earth: 11 or 2 Billion by 2100?”: https://t.co/TA4j7cp1tE
“From the Dissident Left: A Collection of Essays 2004-2013”: https://t.co/lkC2t3E1A9 pic.twitter.com/bQsL2mLBcO
— Church and State (@ChurchAndStateN) November 1, 2021
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