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Trump doesn’t have to actually put any skin in the game when he dashes off rants calling 2020 the "greatest Election Fraud in the history of our Country," but in additional to increasing the threat of another attack, he’s damaging the defenses of people who actually believed him.
Lawyers for detained Capitol defendants have been trying to make the case to judges that Jan. 6 was this one-off, unique moment and that there’s no longer an ongoing threat, and the former president just keeps gutting their argument.
Taking photos with a tablet is not a federal crime. Nor is being a New England Patriots fan. Being a Patriots fan who takes photos with a tablet after entering the U.S. Capitol during a violent attack, however…
Capitol defendant Joseph Elliott Zlab shot some pretty sharp photos inside the building, which the FBI found in a Google folder titled “January 6, 2021.” Nice rotunda photo! Composition could use some work, but wide angle was the right move.
"Patriot movement is full of whiney  virtue signaling [people] who hate violence… I'm gunna take over a small city in Florida and run it. I'll be the mayor and my boys will be in city council.”
Ian Diaz allegedly told local law enforcement that he "investigates threats made to federal judges and prosecutors as part of his work as a Deputy United States Marshal and that he has 'never seen anything like this.’”
A deputy U.S. Marshal has been indicted in a cyberstalking case in which he allegedly framed his ex-girlfriend by setting up “rape fantasy” assaults on his then-wife (she’s an unindicted co-conspirator). “Jane Doe,” the victim, was locked up for 88 days. https://t.co/mTGokgHOfs?
You really can’t lump the work of a reality-based reporter like @ShelbyTalcott in with some of these other clowns who willfully deceive viewers and describe the Capitol attackers as “patriots.”
Per new lawsuit, Rep. Doug Lamborn "claimed that COVID was a hoax and asserted that the pandemic was being used to alter the course of the congressional and presidential elections." Not exactly a unique view for a House Republican! (h/t @MacFarlaneNews) https://t.co/t22iKs5gYt
“I fought hard." Interesting Capitol case here: The feds turned up Brittiany Angelina Dillon’s texts on the phone of self-proclaimed white supremacist Bryan Betancur, and then found her in the mob. (Dillon was arrested Tuesday, but the case was just unsealed.)