Adam Schiff: Donald Trump implicated in ‘irregularities’
Donald Trump has taken to the Truth Social to arrest the January 6 commission’s vice chair, Liz Cheney, calling her “a despicable human being” and angered by the news that the “fake unpicked commission” she’s sitting on might recommend the Department of Justice to bring indictment. The charges against him.
In an interview broadcast on Sunday, Ms. Cheney opined that “a dangerous man like [Donald Trump] You can never be anywhere near the Oval Office again” — and she declined to rule out running for president herself in the next election.
“I haven’t made a decision on that yet,” she said. Obviously, I am very focused on my re-election. I am very focused on the January 6 commission. I am very focused on my duties to do the job I have now. And I’ll make a decision on “24 on the way.”
The The New York Times You mentioned that Mr. Trump may announce the 2024 bid for the White House as soon as this month.
Trump also denounced his perceived lack of fair justice and any balance in media coverage. He also referred to the surprise bombshell he made last week on January 6, calling the former White House staffer “Lynn Cassidy Hutchinson.”
Gavin Newsom ends Ron DeSantis in campaign ad urging Florida residents to move
California Governor Gavin Newsom is looking to amend a potential future presidential contender with an ad calling for Florida residents to move to the Golden State.
The 30-second television ad will air beginning Monday in Florida, targeting Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ war-fueled policies that made him popular among Republican activists.
Our Andrew Feinberg has the story.
Oliver O’Connell4 July 2022 22:30
Next January 6 session to focus on ‘efforts to assemble’ the pro-Trump mob
One Jan. 6 panel member revealed the topic of the committee’s upcoming session on Sunday, telling CBS News that he and his colleagues will look into Donald Trump’s efforts to attract thousands of his supporters to the U.S. Capitol.
Representative Adam Schiff made comments on face the nationexplaining that “[o]The next hearing will focus on efforts to assemble that gang that attacked Congress during the Senate meeting to ratify the results of the 2020 election.
Oliver O’ConnellJuly 4, 2022 22:00
Opinion: Why America Really Has Reason to Rejoice About July 4th
Andrew Buncombe writes that people are taking action and not waiting for Joe Biden or Donald Trump to solve the country’s problems.
Oliver O’ConnellJuly 4, 2022 21:44
Harvard law professor expects indictment of Trump
The Harvard law professor, whose list of former students includes President Joe Biden’s attorney general, Merrick Garland, has predicted that the Justice Department will seek criminal charges against Donald Trump in connection with the January 6 attack on Congress.
Laurence Tribe announced the prediction on CNN Saturday, speaking to host Wolf Blitzer, who frankly asked the professor if he thought the Department of Justice was heading in that direction.
We have John Bowden’s story.
Oliver O’Connell4 July 2022 21:30
Orlando apologizes for saying not many people want to “celebrate” the Fourth of July
The city of Orlando infuriated conservatives after it issued a statement that questioned whether it was appropriate to celebrate the Fourth of July at a time when so much “divided, hate and turmoil” permeates American society.
The statement came in an email newsletter July 1 to promote the city’s annual “Fireworks in the Fountain” event, according to NBC News.
Oliver O’ConnellJuly 4, 2022 21:14
Celebrations of July 4th at a turbulent time for the United States
Independence Day arrives at a time when the United States is rocked by hearings on the January 6 rebellion, mired in turmoil over Supreme Court rulings on abortion and firearms and struggling to preserve the common bonds that hold them together.
However, many also see cause for celebration: The pandemic is still on the wane, and despite its flaws, America’s democracy is alive.
Oliver O’ConnellJuly 4, 2022 21:00
More than a million people have signed a petition calling for the dismissal of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas
Mr. Thomas has been heavily criticized for supporting the court’s decision to set aside Raw vs. WadeThis paves the way for women to lose their right to terminate a pregnancy in nearly half of the country.
He angered Americans with his supporting opinion by saying that the court “must review all the precedents of the court’s substantive legal process, including GriswoldAnd the LawrenceAnd the Aubergeville. These cases address Americans’ basic right to privacy, due process, and equal protection rights, such as same-sex marriage.
Oliver O’ConnellJuly 4, 2022 20:48
Kinzinger says more witnesses bring evidence against Trump
More witnesses are providing new details about the rioting at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 after the devastating testimony that former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson gave last week against former President Donald Trump, according to a member of a House committee investigating the rebellion.
The committee has already summoned former White House counsel Pat Cipollone, who investigators still hope will appear Wednesday for testimony, and said it would also welcome follow-up details from Secret Service members with Trump that day.
Representative Adam Kinzinger, R-Illinois, cited Hutchinson’s testimony that Trump wanted to join an angry mob that marched to the Capitol on January 6 as they rioted of particular value in “inspiring” more people to move forward as the committee prepared for at least two public hearings this month. .
Oliver O’ConnellJuly 4, 2022 20:30
Opinion: The United States has nothing to celebrate this Independence Day
Victoria Richards wrote:
It’s July 4th, but the United States has a lot more to be ashamed of than celebrating.
Instead of parades, hot dogs, and fireworks, let’s take the past few weeks alone as a snapshot of what the “Land of the Free” really stands for in 2022: the turmoil over abortion and civil rights, gun control and rebellion.
Does the United States deserve a birthday party?
Oliver O’ConnellJuly 4, 2022 20:00
Trump-backed Michigan Secretary of State nominee calls abortion ‘child sacrifice’
“Abortion is really nothing new. Child sacrifice is a very diabolical practice, and that is exactly what abortion is. And we need to see it that way,” Christina Karamo, 36, a university professor, said while recording her podcast, It’s solid foodback in October 2020, before Donald Trump approved it.
Joanna Chisholm reports:
Oliver O’ConnellJuly 4, 2022 19:45