Bannon wants the "public" (aka MAGAs) involved, such that the MAGAs can put the DOJ and Committee on trial and make the DOJ appear to be operating out of bounds in this case.
Eric Trump is unhappy and because Eric is a Trump, when unhappy, he sues. Because that’s how one finds happiness.
Yesterday, Rolling Stone published the story that shook the nation, one asserting that January 6th rally organizers paid cash for burner phones and used those phones in a particularly specific manner:
Politico isn't satisfied with just publishing stories about Republicans at each others' throats. They have to publish a near embarrassing piece on some "feud" between Sec. Buttigieg and staff versus Vice President Harris.
Matt Gaetz wants others, people like him, Tucker, and Rittenhouse, to enjoy even more legal protection should they find themselves in Kyle's position, or, should they seek out Kyle's position.
. Desperate times call for desperate measures and Stephen Miller was clearly desperate.
He will have a chance to tell the Committee "what he knows," and why he believes that they should be talking to Katrina Pierson and not him.
The DC Court of Appeals' concerns should worry team Trump and may ensure that the committee gets access to the documents it seeks that much sooner.
Some key rally organizers used three "burner phones," purchased with cash, to speak to Eric Trump, Laura Trump, and Mark Meadows while planning the rally itself.
Trump’s most reliable “useful idiot” in the Senate, Sen. Ron Johnson, went on Fox and Friends this morning to talk about how much the nation needs him.
Video of Sen. Johnson on Fox and Friends:
Scarborough says that they're setting their own cause back and that is true, at least among society as a whole. But the cause has never been stronger among the MAGA-Fox community itself
She said Democrats run a real risk in over-promising and under-delivering, referencing the fact that Democrats passed only $1.75 trillion of the Build Back Better program, leaving almost half of the originally proposed programs off the table.
There has always been a palpable sense that something is "off" about Trump and his relationship with Russia and Putin. This is the perfect example.
Entering into this fray, the carpet-bagging, once-respected - but now quacking duck, television doc, "Dr. Oz."
The fact that the GOP has to find a middle that doesn't exist among this crowd is a problem that is well and truly earned, one that McConnell owns, every bit as much as Trump.
Democrats must simply talk about the fact that no one has ever handled the issues we face better than the current administration.
“I like Ted Cruz more than most of my other colleagues like Ted Cruz. And I hate Ted Cruz.”
Sen. Al Franken
Texas Senator Ted Cruz keeps needlessly digging himself deeper into a hole in an intensifying fight with independent Republican Liz Cheney. This morning, Joe Scarborough had some fun with Cruz, with some serious undertones, as Scarborough pointed out that Cruz cannot win this fight.
It is not hard to imagine a country in which Republicans everywhere are on the sidelines, too disgusted and embarrassed to participate.
But Tucker and his audience, along with many others on the Right, just stole the legitimacy of a possible guilty verdict,
Katie Porter was a law professor just as she entered Congress and thus retains a more functional memory of grading scales and used her familiarity with the process to explain to Louis DeJoy why she can statistically prove that he is failing as postmaster general.
An evening conversation between Mnuchin and Pompeo on January 6th specifically contemplated invoking the 25th Amendment.