A big hat tip to Molly Ball for her work on this. This is a very long read. But you will cheat yourself if you don’t read the whole essay and take notes. If you really want to understand the players, the manual and the machine, the timelines and the money and most of all where the power was/is along with all that was mobilized, read on.
‘petition the government for a redress of grievances’….remember that part of the First Amendment? 45 words of freedom…no more.
So, from the Department of Homeland Security under the Biden administration… Notice it expires in 3 months….hummm
- There are 20 counties in California that are sanctuaries for illegal aliens.
- Lawmakers passed SB10 abolishing cash bail, and then-Gov. Jerry Brown signed it into law in August 2018. It was supposed to take effect in October 2019, but a challenge from the bail industry blocked it pending the results of Proposition 25, a referendum to uphold the new law. The measure failed.
- California’s high speed rail is bankrupt and it is years away from completion. ($9.98 Billion)
195 lawmakers cosponsor articles of impeachment of President Trump.
Congressman Ted Lieu
195 Members are now cosponsoring our impeachment resolution. https://t.co/PDmJxjNdwY
— Rep. Ted Lieu (@RepTedLieu) January 10, 2021
Meanwhile, legal expert Jonathan Turley who is a Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University has this summary to offer Congress:
Anyone remember when Washington DC Mayor, Muriel Bowser put out a declaration prior to the January 6th rally about what attendees can do and cannot do? Remember when there was a call for 340 National Guard?
Why was there no plan to install a security perimeter around the Capitol building and other government buildings given the congressional work underway? Was it a set up given the prior intelligence gathered by DHS, the Mayor’s office, the United States Secret Service and the Capitol Police along with Metro Police? Heck even Facebook blocked the Stop the Steal Group.