An association of mental health professionals warning NOW about TrumpISM. #UNTRUTH documentary, the follow-up doc to 2020's #UNFIT, to be widely released soon.
Feb 16 • 6 tweets • 1 min read
The FBI searched the Biden collection at the Univ. of Delaware—1,875 boxes and 415 gigabytes of electronic records—and found no classified files.
But the FBI never searched Bedminster or Trump Tower when Trump stole our nuclear plans.
Chris Wray needs to go.
Feb 15 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
BREAKING: Matt Gaetz will not be charged with sex trafficking even though the victim and his friend Greenberg were willing to testify AND we had Venmo receipts.
DOJ is corrupt. There is no other explanation. washingtonpost.com/national-secur…
“Private Venmo transactions showed how Gaetz sent Greenberg $900 late one night in May 2018, only to have Greenberg send the same amount of money to three young women the very next morning. “
Feb 15 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
Musk threatened to fire the engineers at Twitter if they didn’t get his tweets more engagement so they force fed them to everyone.
Elon thought this picture depicted that in a humorous way.
The best revenge is to block the crazy attention whore #BlockElon
We view his tweets so you don’t have to. We both need to deprive him of attention and keep an eye on him.
Feb 15 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
Enraged that Biden’s Super Bowl tweet got more engagement than his, Elon Musk threatened to fire Twitter’s engineers who fixed the algorithm so Musk’s tweets flooded all feeds.
The fragility and ruthlessness of Musk’s ego becomes more apparent each day. theverge.com/2023/2/14/2360…
He will not be ignored
Feb 13 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Elon Musk sat next to Rupert Murdoch at the Super Bowl just as he sat with Jared Kushner, the Saudis and the Russians at the World Cup.
Still confused about who’s team Elon is on?
I’ll give you a hint: They’re red and they’re not Kansas City Chiefs.
Feb 11 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Ted Lieu and Dan Goldman have asked the DOJ IG to investigate Bill Barr’s “prosecutorial misconduct, abuse of power, ethical transgressions, and a potential cover-up of an allegation of a financial crime committed by the former President." rawstory.com/investigate-bi…
It’s been proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the Trump administration corrupted and weaponized the DOJ. I’m curious why the current AG isn’t more curious about that.
Feb 9 • 6 tweets • 1 min read
Elon Musk is preventing Ukraine from using Starlink to guide drones.
Repeat after me:
ELON IS A RUSSIAN ASSET
And now repeat:
The government failed to protect our national security by allowing Musk to buy Twitter without even investigating his foreign investors.
Feb 5 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
Trump tried to deny reports on Sunday that China launched spy balloons over the U.S. during his presidency.
But he was lying as usual.
But no comment on the Chinese spies he hosted at Mar-a-Lago.
Feb 1 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
BREAKING: The DOJ has searched Biden’s vacation home in Rehoboth where no documents had ever been found.
But Garland never searched Bedminster or Trump Tower even
when documents were missing.
Two legal systems. One for Dems and one for the GOP. washingtonpost.com/politics/2023/…
This search was voluntary and Trump’s required a warrant. But even when they had compelling evidence that Trump was continuing to hide documents, they stopped searching and didn’t seek an expanded warrant.
Just say no to DOJ and everything will be OK if you’re GOP.
Jan 31 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
Florida teachers are being instructed to wrap their books in plain paper to conceal the titles because displaying the wrong book could result in a third degree felony indictment.
1984 has become a reality in 2023. washingtonpost.com/education/2023…
Jan 30 • 10 tweets • 2 min read
The first rule of the Federalist Society is never investigate anyone from the Federalist Society.
Garland has supported Barr’s decisions in court (the Barr memo, Lafayette Sq, E Jean Carrol, Durham) when he should investigate him for weaponizing DOJ.
We don't know if Garland is a card carrying member of the Federalist Society, but we know he has close ties to them. He's listed as an expert on their website, and he's chaired at least 10 events there and been described as “repeat moderator for the Federalist Society."
Jan 24 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Guess which story makes the front page?
The NY FBI agent heading up counter intelligence when Trump was being investigated for Russian collusion has been arrested as a Russian agent.
Two more documents Biden knew nothing about were found among the papers he didn’t pack himself.
See if you can find the pattern:
Hillary’s email server: Nothing
Biden’s closet: Nothing
“Advisers to President Biden calculated that the Justice Department would view possession of the documents as little more than a good-faith mistake.”—NYT
Because that’s exactly what it was.
Is Garland acting in good faith or is he too close to the Federalist Society?
To those who don’t know, Garland is very cozy with them. He’s chaired at least 10 Federalist Society events and he’s listed as an “expert” on their website.
They supported him for SCOTUS before the GOP party line was to be against him.
Jan 17 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Trump on DeSantis: “So, now I hear he might want to run against me. So, we'll handle that the way I handle things.”
Stay away from open windows, Ron.
Jan 16 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
George Santos linked to a Russian oligarch. He is the embodiment of the new GOP: a psychopath and a traitor. washingtonpost.com/politics/2023/…
In unrelated news, for $99 you can purchase NFTs of George Santos in each of his historic roles.
Jan 14 • 6 tweets • 1 min read
It appears Biden’s aids, without his knowledge, inadvertently failed to remove all classified documents when packing up his stuff.
That’s not a crime, and thus according to statute, doesn’t rise to the level where an IC should be assigned.
On the surface, Garland appeared to be going by the book. But look deeper.
He picked a partisan Trump appointed prosecutor to evaluate the evidence and recommended whether a special counsel was needed.
Jan 13 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
Why would we trust a Trump appointed prosecutor to be fair to Joe Biden?
Robert Hur clerked for conservative chief justice Rehnquist and worked for judge Alex Kozinski, “the enfant terrible of judicial conservatism.”
Jan 12 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Another reason this is bogus: Where is the criminal intent?
There is no evidence Biden intentionally misplaced or misappropriated documents—which makes it an administrative matter not a criminal one.
They gave Trump months to return documents he denied he had, as he played three card monte with the DOJ while the Saudis were using MAL as a reading library.
Biden’s own people stumbled over these and notified NARA right away.
Jan 10 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
Merrick Garland tasked a Trump appointed prosecutor with investigating President Biden because 2 classified documents were found among his VP papers and immediately reported and returned to the Archives by his lawyers
This is very disturbing. nytimes.com/2023/01/09/us/…
This is the first stage before appointing a special counsel.
While some investigation may be required by due process, it appears he moved far more quickly against Biden for something inadvertent than Trump who stole, hid and lied about nuclear plans.
Jan 9 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
“Republican members of Congress made the disappointing choice to stop Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Ala., in what was the only useful urge he's had in his life, from issuing a beatdown to Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla.”—Amanda Marcotte, Salon