Choose Your January 6 Trump Poison: Treason, Tampering, or Manslaughter?


“For the upcoming January 6 hearing, which will cover Trump’s 3 hours of inaction as mobs stormed the Capitol resulting in 5 deaths, I will be thinking of a crime I haven’t heard much about yet. : manslaughter. – @BarbMcQuade

The January 6 bipartisan committee hearings wrapped up the defeated former President Trump to be handed over to the Justice Department. They put a big red bow on his head, made from Trump’s own lying tongue.

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And they’re not finished yet.

Thursday’s hearing focuses on what the defeated former president was doing during the 187 minutes his supporters violently violated the Capitol. Rep. Republican. Adam Kinzinger said Sunday that the January 6 committee had “filled in the blanks” on Trump’s actions on the day of the Capitol riot.

“The next panel hearing will open people’s eyes in a big way,” said Kinzinger.

Treason, falsification or manslaughter? And the three? Probably more.

We hope the Department of Justice is awake and doing more than watching. Justice is not a spectator sport.

For those with their heads in the sand of Fox News, here are some takeaways From what we have learned so far from the January 6 committee hearings:

All Trump insiders who say Trump is guilty have testified under oath. All the Trump insiders who say Trump is innocent and/or asked for forgiveness refused to testify.

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Trump knew there could be violence on January 6 and allowed the crowd: “They’re not here to hurt me.”

Trump advisers knew that Trump could face criminal charges. “We’re going to be charged with every crime imaginable.”

Trump’s daughter Ivanka sides with former Trump attorney general Barr: “It affected my perspective,” Ivanka Trump told the committee in recorded testimony. “I respect Attorney General Barr. So I accepted what he was saying. Ivanka Trump ‘accepts’ William Barr found no fraud to void election (

Trump attempted to contact a witness: At the end of the hearing, Cheney revealed that Trump personally attempted to contact a witness who has not been publicly named. The witness told his lawyer about it, who then alerted the committee. The committee referred the matter to the Department of Justice.

“Let me say one more time,” Cheney said, “We will take any effort to influence testimony very seriously.” It’s another stark reminder that Trump remains a threat to the rule of law.

Trump leaders asked for forgiveness

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