You won’t find them in Wisconsin but you are welcome to look…
In a brief filed on the eve of the impeachment tria l, lawyers for the former president leveled a wide-ranging attack on the case, foreshadowing the claims they intend to present when arguments begin Tuesday on the same Senate floor that was invaded by rioters on Jan. 6.
They suggest that Trump was simply exercising his First Amendment rights when he disputed the election results and argue that he explicitly encouraged his supporters to have a peaceful protest and therefore cannot be responsible for the actions of the rioters. They say the Senate is not entitled to try Trump now that he has left office, an argument contested by even some conservative legal scholars, and they deny that the goal of the case is justice.
So let me get this straight, the President wasn’t undermining the Federal government process when he said Mike Pence should throw out the certified elections of 50 states? He was exercising his 1st Amendment right?
When the President called the Georgia Governor and wanted him to “find” 47,000 votes, the President was exercising his 1st Amendment rights? When the President conspired in a three-hour meeting in late December to weaken the police presence, whip his followers into a frenzy, and launch them towards the Capitol to disrupt the Electoral College on January 6th, the President was exercising his 1st Amendment rights?
Give me a break.
Who thinks this stuff up? Do they think everyone is an idiot?
I don’t know how this presidency will conclude but I’m really happy that Biden acts like an executive and governs like one. He builds things up instead of blowing things up.
Now, the real question is: Can Biden avoid introducing new ways to spend Treasury money?
Sadly, I think not.
College Loan forgiveness? Yikes! This implies that we have college graduates who cannot figure out how to pay back their loans!
Say it ain’t so.