January 6 insurrection

Are we supposed to believe the Republicans didn’t know?

By John Stoehr / June 29, 2022 /

Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony casts new light on the Republicans who chose to defend and protect an enemy of the Constitution.

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Anti-establishment profit-making

By Noah Berlatsky / June 29, 2022 /

On Substackers, crypto and Trump.

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Trump tried strangling his Secret Service agent, one of many revelations from today’s explosive J6 hearing

By John Stoehr / June 28, 2022 /

We may look back on today as a major turn in the story of Donald Trump’s attempted coup on January 6, 2021.

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The battle of the Jeffs

By Lindsay Beyerstein / June 24, 2022 /

The fate of the Justice Department and Trump’s coup.

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Why hesitate to indict Trump? Fear of escalating the GOP’s ongoing war on democracy

By John Stoehr / June 17, 2022 /

We should say so.

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All eyes on coup mastermind John Eastman

By John Stoehr / June 16, 2022 /

Witness: “I’m going to give you the best free legal advice you’re ever getting in your life: Get a great f-ing criminal defense lawyer.”

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The coup conspirator confesses

By Lindsay Beyerstein / June 16, 2022 /

John Eastman admitted he knew his scheme to overturn the 2020 election was illegal. He admitted he told Donald Trump the same.

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Don’t confuse Trump dodging indictment with him getting off scot-free. Consequences are coming

By John Stoehr / June 15, 2022 /

We just can’t see, in the present moment, what they will be.

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Trump’s choices prove he knew the truth about the Big Lie

By John Stoehr / June 14, 2022 /

I hope the DOJ agrees.

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On the J6 committee’s first round of roundhouse punches

By John Stoehr / June 10, 2022 /

Critics can sit down. Members seem ready to go all the way.  

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