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NEW: There are some disastrous aspects of what went wrong with security on Jan. 6, but it all seemed to culminate in this 2:28 p.m. conference call, when the Pentagon heard pleas for help — and didn't respond for hours. Per Sund: https://t.co/qVC47aX9D4 https://t.co/YRnbiotXwt
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan made this same point in a press conference shortly after the insurrection. MD National Guard was ready to go but did not get authorization from DoD for nearly two hours. This needs a lot more attention. https://t.co/HqPZiFTLvR
An emotional Merrick Garland explains his motivation for serving as attorney general: "I come from a family where my grandparents fled anti-semitism and persecution. The country took us in...and protected us. And I feel an obligation to the country to pay back." https://t.co/Wmld3MOWDK
My grandmother and her family also escaped anti-semitism and persecution in Russia and they were welcomed by this great country of immigrants. Judge Garland speaks for many of us when he talks about an obligation to give back to a country that has given us so much. https://t.co/nMmM5f47Bo
With almost no notice, Georgia House Republicans introduced a 48-page bill to significantly change voting procedures in a way that targets Black voters. It specifically eliminates early voting on Sundays, when Black churches hold Souls to the Polls drives. https://t.co/VXbYVaaqE2
What possible non-pretextual rationale is there for eliminating early voting on Sundays, when the majority of people do not work? If church is of concern, start voting after lunch. https://t.co/yxGkFzeAM2
"The only real remedy is a sweeping criminal investigation that wraps up the Proud Boys, the Oath Keepers, these domestic terrorist organizations which... are currently being investigated as well as other people who are close to Trump" - @danielsgoldman w/ @NicolleDWallace https://t.co/O4k0VESfmX
Trump’s lawyer destroys CBS News. I imagine this won’t go viral because MSM and Big Tech will do what they can to smother the truth. https://t.co/HNrFU2sIR8
The allegations of doctored evidence admitted at trial are: 1) a blue check mark where there was none, and 2) showing excerpts of videos. In Trump’s 9-minute video splicing snippets of Democratic officials saying “fight,” did your Phillydelphia boy provide the full context? https://t.co/1Zmu855Siv
It was the right call to proceed as they did. They got important evidence at no cost that bolstered an already strong case. Witnesses were not necessary to the case and witnesses purely for witnesses sake is bad strategy. The outrage should be at the witness intimidation. END
Trump’s requests to call Pelosi or 100 witnesses were empty threats — they didn’t have a single witness who could have helped them. That should not have been a factor. But if they were smart, they could have made the witnesses look lopsided and unfair if they didn’t get any. 9/
Finally, @RepRaskin is right that if their powerful case did not convince 67 to convict, nothing would. Why dilute their case, delay the trial, potentially put people in harm’s way or endure lengthy litigation, only to get marginally more info about facts that everyone knows? 8/
Beutler’s public statement was very helpful because it confirmed Trump’s sociopathic disregard for the line of succession in the Capitol. That was very helpful. Beutler endured open witness intimidation from colleagues and probably others — that should be the story. 7/