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NEW: Judge Cannon officially vacates May 20 trial date, says setting a new date with so many outstanding matters would be “imprudent.” Image
Oh damn this is too good.

Cannon set hearings on key motions including selective prosecution, unlawful of appointment of Special Counsel, and what Jack Smith really hoped to avoid--a hearing on the scope of the prosecution team incl Biden White House.

Almost an extended mini trial--of Jack Smith.Image

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Jun 14
With new Pelosi “I take responsibility” clip, let’s revisit the transcript of Jamie Fleet, who was a senior advisor to Pelosi reporting directly to her chief of staff and served on staff of House Adm committee.

He told J6 committee he and others started planning for “contingencies” for January 6 IN THE SUMMER OF 2020:Image
On Jan 5, Fleet held a meeting with Zoe Lofgren, Pelosi’s handpicked chair of House Adm committee, Pelosi’s sergeant at arms Paul Irving, and Chief Sund.

We are to believe the concerns discussed related to J6 were never shared with Pelosi? Image
Irving, Fleet, and Pelosi COS Terry McCullough—who is the other individual in the “I take responsibility” clip—participate in a call the night of Jan 5.

Fleet then claims he didn’t tell Pelosi about security concerns and didn’t know if McCullough told her, either.

Even committee investigators appear incredulous at that claimImage
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Jun 13
Trump’s lawyers just filed a motion to dismiss docs case based on mishandling of records during and after the MAL raid. The motion is the latest filing to detail malfeasance related to the unprecedented raid.

My latest for ⁦@RCInvestigates⁩ realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2024/…
FBI agents, armed and authorized to use lethal force, didn’t even follow their own plan. Both privileged and alleged “classified” papers were sloppily handled despite DOJ’s claims the files posed a national security threat.

Agents were more concerned with rummaging thru Mrs. Trump’s private suite and taking doctored photos for the media than carefully preserving evidence.

Main DOJ ran the show—Jay Bratt pushed to pursue a warrant in May 2022, a few months after NARA allegedly found papers with classified markings in boxes Trump’s team gave them.
You won't see this covered by the J6 media and/or swishy Weissmann-types demanding the recusal of Judge Cannon for messing up docs case.

Jack Smith has intentionally misled the defense and the judge about the condition of boxes/papers taken during MAL raid for over a year--in fact, Jay Bratt flat out lied to Cannon during April hearing when he told her the sequence of the files in the boxes were in original condition except for the removal of classified records.

Smith had to correct Bratt's claims in a minor footnote then attempted to blame the special master--which Cannon appointed in 2022--for disruption of evidence.

Turns out that was a lie, too. Agents did not keep files in order and actually took so-called "secret" records and put them on top of boxes.

From Trump's new motion:Image
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Jun 12
I have obtained the transcript of the sentencing hearing for 76-year-old Paula Harlow, who was convicted by a DC jury for blocking a doorway at a late-term abortion clinic in 2020.

When I tell you the line prosecutors and judges in DC are soulless sadists, believe me.

Here is what asst. US Attorney Rebecca Ross said about Harlow's conduct and DOJ's sentencing request:Image
While Rebecca Ross was in law school climbing up the DOJ ladder, Paula Harlow was an active member of her community and raised 6 children including 4 siblings she adopted.

Here is Ross asking Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly (Clinton) not to sentence Harlow to home detention:
Paula's husband asked their lawyer if he could go to prison with his wife, saying she could never make it without him. She suffers from numerous health issues.

The Harlows lawyer to Kotelly: Image
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Jun 5
Setting aside the fact this conversation probably never happened—and if it did, this “Schultz” person got the facts of Jan 6 wrong—Biden keeps getting the name of the German chancellor wrong. (It’s now Olaf Scholz) Image
Biden once attributed the very likely imaginary comment to Helmut Kohl: Image
During a White House event, Biden claimed the remark was made by Italy’s prime minister and changed the story altogether: Image
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Jun 4

Merrick Garland will testify before @JudiciaryGOP this morning. (Let's hope Republicans do a better job than they did yesterday with Fauci.)

Garland reportedly will denounce "baseless" attacks against DOJ including use of deadly force policy in FBI plan to raid MAL.

Garland claims the language is "standard" and was contained in the FBI plan to search Biden's home for classified documents.

OK - bring the receipts, Mr. AG. Where is the FD-888 or any other document to prove his claim re: Biden?

It's sort of interesting that Special Counsel Jack Smith TWICE failed to note the use of deadly force language in Biden search documents in his gag order request related to that very issue.

Did the FBI mishandle evidence seized at MAL?

Does each classified record match each replacement sheet used inside the boxes to indicate where classified doc was found?

Did FBI agents use those same cover sheets to create this photograph?

Are you aware that Smith's lead prosecutor Jay Bratt misled Judge Cannon--something Smith admitted in a brief last month--about the condition of evidence seized at Mar-a-Lago?

What is the status of the DOJ OPR investigation into Bratt for threatening a defense attorney?

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Jun 4
In a March 2021 detention hearing for J6er Christopher Grider, then-District Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson concluded DOJ had provided enough evidence to support the 1512(c)(2) obstruction of an official proceeding charge against Grider.

As a Supreme Court justice, KBJ has a vested interest in supporting DOJ's position on 1512(c)(2) in the pending Fischer v US question.

She must recuse h/t @FreeStateWillImage
Her comments about a "constitutional duty" strongly suggests she will conclude Jan 6 was an "official proceeding."

She also parroted the line about "lies" related to the 2020 election. What those lies are--she doesn't say.

KJB just can't think of a worse threat to the country than what happened on Jan 6.

She must recuse.Image
The most "serious charge" to which KBJ refers is the 1512(c)(2).

Grider was convicted of all charges after a bench trial by the wicked Colleen Kollar-Kotelly (Clinton) who just threw a bunch of pro-life grandmas in federal prison.

She sentenced Grider to 83 months in prison with 1512c2 conviction as the animating charge for such a lengthy prison sentence.

KBJ must recuse.Image
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