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Dec 30, 2022 3 tweets 2 min read Read on X
1/3 One of the most outlandish exchanges involve Epps being asked about a text HE SENT HIMSELF on J6: "I was in the front with a few others. I also orchestrated it."

Cmte staffers then basically FEED to Epps how he should answer the question.

(Epps in green, Qs in yellow) Image
2/3 Basically, Epps is coached to say he texted his nephew saying he "orchestrated ... it" b/c he was moving away from "the front" & trying to deescalate the situation and that he took credit for the "orchestrat[ion]" but he "didn't know what [he] was taking credit for." Umm, OK Image
3/3 You know that if a charged J6 Defendant was videoed telling people on J5 AND J6 to go "into" the Capitol "where our problems are," TAKEN TOGETHER with sending a text message that he also "ORCHESTRATED IT," that defendant would have the literal book thrown at them. No question Image

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Jun 7, 2023
1/4 This is Barr covering his posterior, since the informant info goes back to 2017, as John Solomon reported. He wants to lay the inaction on the Biden Administration whereas in reality, the inaction straddles both the Barr DOJ and this DOJ, with Wray as a constant across both.
2/4 Now, the way Barr would answer your question is that he had assigned looking at Hunter Biden corruption allegations to the Delaware US Attorney, so sending Joe Biden corruption allegations to the same US Attorney seemed like a natural fit.
3/4 But what you & the American people need to ask is a logically prior question: Why would Barr ever want to send any Biden family investigations to Delaware? That's the Biden family's HOME POWER BASE. They have been instrumental in the rise of many people who hold office there.
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Jun 2, 2023
1/x This will be a long 🧵on the topic of whether H.R. 3746's permitting reform is worth something or is basically worthless. H.R. 3746 raises the debt limit.
From here on out, I call it "the Bill."

This will no doubt be my longest thread so strap in. I'll begin with main pts.
2/x The "reforms" in H.R. 3746 (“the Bill”) will do little to solve the serious problems created by the 1970 National Environmental Policy Act (“NEPA”) and its regulations.

NEPA is a law that requires all infrastructure projects to be analyzed for their environmental effects.
3/x Worse even than Nixon's price controls, his signing the NEPA statute was one of his worst decisions.

NEPA is the go-to statute for leftist environmental groups to block infrastructure projects. You wonder why in China infrastructure sprouts up overnight but it takes 2 yrs
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May 30, 2023
1/x OK, I've listened so as not to be only abstract. (This will be a long thread as I'm going to take the most salient things on point by point.)

First, there will be snark or acrimony here. I'd like to think of both @JennaEllisEsq and @josh_hammer as friends in conservatism.
2/x Second, I think reasonable conservatives can differ in the race between Trump and DeSantis.

Third, I think DeSantis does have his merits.

Fourth, I'm not going to descend into the intercamp mud wars.

Fifth, the Jenna-Josh podcast exchange was better than I'd expected.
3/x Still, I think the points they made are thin and in particular, I don't think Jenna carried the burden to explain her switcheroo.

There were many generalities & much public-relations speak. Those things always strike me as so much diaphanous mist.

Now, on to the merits ...
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Apr 11, 2023
1/4 Rep Raskin tells us several things about “woke” here, all of which I think is balderdash:

see around 19:50-21:00 mark.

Specifically, he says:

1) conservatives don’t know what the term means;
2) the Left doesn’t really know what it means either;
2/4 cont’d:
3) we on the Left have stopped using the term anyway, so conservatives are too late; &
4) I, Rep Raskin, have a def’n for “woke” which is “stay vigilant” because we Dems are under attack.
3/4 No, “woke” is cultural Marxism, an attack on our traditions, religious life & culture.

The Left runs from “woke” as a label now because they prefer their radical beliefs to rest inside the equivalent of an amorphous smoke screen where they can hide.
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Sep 29, 2022
1/ VERY IMPORTANT THREAD 🧵on how House Dems objected to other House Dems destroying due process for President Trump 👇

Sometimes the MSM does its job and exposes true hypocrisy and releases stories that are not entirely biased in a leftward direction.…
2/ In essence, Speaker Pelosi & Rep. Schiff designed the first Trump impeachment to deny Trump due process. Remarkably, Nadler called them on it, as a new book from Politico reporter + WaPo reporter coming out 10/18 shows.

Nadler said Pelosi & Schiff acted "unconstitutional[ly]"
3/ Specifically, Pelosi and Schiff sequenced House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (Schiff) hearings before House Judiciary Committee (Nadler) hearings, so they could deliberately deny Trump cross-examination rights.
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Sep 29, 2022
1/4 In Somersett’s case (1772), Lord Mansfield, the great English jurist, set in motion the demise of slavery in the English-speaking world, saying “[slavery] is so odious, that nothing can be suffered to support it, but positive law.” And there was no such legislation in England
2/4 Antislavery had achieved at least minority support among the American colonies’ thought leaders long before the Declaration of Independence and the Boston Party in 1773.
3/4 DeSantis is a great Gov but Declaration wasn’t the entirety of everything that was going on in 1776, though it did fuel later generations of abolitionists and Lincoln ending slavery in the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation.
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