Monday, February 8, 2021

Trump Impeachment Lawyer Reveals Part of Defense Plan, and It Is Brilliant; 'Highly motivated to find dirt;' Dem Impeachment Team Scours Pro-Trump Blog For Evidence, and related stories

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Trump Impeachment Lawyer Reveals Part of Defense Plan, and It Is Brilliant:
While the primary defense Trump’s legal defense teams plans to use at his upcoming Senate impeachment trial next week will be that the Senate lacks jurisdiction, on Friday night, President Trump’s impeachment lawyer Bruce Castor revealed that part of Trump’s defense will include videos of Democrats encouraging political violence. He described the defense to Laura Ingraham on Fox News.
“There’s a lot of tape of cities burning and courthouses being attacked and federal agents being assaulted by rioters in the streets, cheered on by Democrats throughout the country, and many of them in Washington using really the most inflammatory rhetoric that’s possible to use,” Castor pointed out before noting that Democrats were not accused on inciting that violence, yet Trump is on video stating clearly that he wanted people to march peacefully to the Capitol.
“You better be careful what you wish for,” Castor said of the Democrats. --->READ MORE HERE
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'Highly motivated to find dirt;' Dem impeachment team scours pro-Trump blog for evidence:
Jody Williams was not shocked when House impeachment trial managers used his website,, as evidence that former President Trump incited the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
“Political opponents, for lack of a better term, are highly motivated to find dirt on people so it’s not surprising,” he said. “I find it interesting they took the time to go and dig for the links they did.”
In an interview with The Washington Times, the Texas man said he had a team of volunteers monitor the site and take down violent comments and posts that violated the website rules. But some borderline comments slipped through when there was a dramatic increase in traffic last year.
Three of those comments made their way into House Democrats’ 80-page impeachment brief as evidence Mr. Trump incited his supporters to attack Congress during a joint session to accept the 2020 presidential election results.
“The mobilization was not hidden away in the dead of night. It was widely discussed on websites — such as — that, as confirmed by a former White House staff member, were ‘closely monitored’ by President Trump‘s social media operation,” the Democrats’ brief read. --->READ MORE HERE
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