‘We need ammo. We need fraud examples. We need it this weekend.’ What the Meadows texts reveal about how two Trump congressional allies lobbied the White House to overturn the election.

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They all new from the beginning that they were trying to establish a pretense to overturn the will of the people. It was never about systemic voter fraud, it was just about bamboozling their base


USA has a tiered justice system. The general claim is that the justice system moves slowly, but I disagree. Had it been myself that helped to organize and foment am insurrection I would’ve already been arrested and tried. In USA you are more severely punished if you are found carrying weed. But if you are politically affluent/powerful/wealthy running an insurrection is okay.


>That same day, Roy warned Meadows about Trump’s approach, texting him, “We must urge the President to tone down the rhetoric, and approach the legal challenge firmly, intelligently and effectively without resorting to throwing wild desperate haymakers or whipping his base into a conspiracy frenzy.” It astounds me that *by this point*, these lackeys 1) didn’t know Trump’s childishly obstinate ass any better and thought they could “urge” him to do anything and 2) seemed surprised by Trump’s bombastically unscrupulous rhetoric–y’know, one of his most notorious character “qualities”.


All traitors to the country. I don’t think most people can wrap their arms around just how bad these people are. The right wing propaganda network never mentions it so it doesn’t exist to a large portion of the country.


Just lock them up. It’s been two years already.