Campaigning On Death of Democracy Lie

Most Republicans are running for office on the lie our Democracy ended on January 6, 2021 when fraudulent ballots were counted at our Nation’s Capitol. The President of the United States needs to bring in every Justice of the United States Supreme Court into the Oval Office, and get all nine Judges to swear an oath of loyalty, film an interview, and submit a written statement on where they stand with – The Treasonous Big Lie! The Jan 6th Committee will address the findings, and decide whether the Supreme Court should be abolished, the Trump appointees dismissed, and replaced by Biden’s choices. All rulings aimed at hurting the Democrats will be thrown out – as part of the coup. The REAL DEMOCRACY has every right to defend itself from those who do not believe we are a Nation of Secular Laws. In the last hour God led me to discover…..



Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Elizabeth Warren, and other progressives are pushing a common, poll-tested refrain: the Supreme Court faces a ‘legitimacy crisis’ (

Liz Cheney uses January 6 committee revelations to refute Trump-backed primary challenger’s false election claims in Wyoming debate (Bryan Metzger) – 2h ago

  • Rep. Liz Cheney and her primary opponent, Harriet Hageman, debated for the first time on Thursday.
  • Cheney took on Hageman’s stolen 2020 election claims using her expertise from the January 6 committee.
  • Cheney cited testimony from members of Trump’s inner circle, including Ivanka Trump.

In her first debate against a raft of Republican primary opponents on Thursday night, Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming took on her challengers’ false claims that the 2020 election was stolen largely by drawing on findings she’s helped uncover as a member of the House January 6 committee.

In a debate segment on election integrity, Cheney’s main rival — former RNC committeewoman Harriet Hageman, who has the backing of former President Donald Trump and most of the House Republican conference that Cheney once led — cited Dinesh D’Souza’s widely-debunked “2000 Mules movie.”

Hageman went on to say that “Zuckerberg money” had allowed a “private individual to capture our county clerks” which was “devastating in our swing states.”

Responding to Hageman’s claims, Cheney touted her own support for voter ID laws while going on the attack.

“I also know that the truth matters, and the claims that Mrs. Hageman is making about the 2020 election are the same claims for which the President’s lead lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, was disbarred,” said Cheney. “They’re the same claims for which Sidney Powell has had her law license suspended.”

Here are all the people who sought preemptive pardons from Donald Trump after the Capitol riot, per January 6 committee witnesses

  • At least nine people close to Donald Trump reportedly requested preemptive pardons following Jan. 6.
  • Former Trump aides named six GOP lawmakers while testifying before the Jan. 6 panel this month.
  • A former aide also said Mark Meadows and Rudy Giuliani asked the then-president for pardons.

At least six Republican members of Congress requested preemptive pardons from former President Donald Trump in the wake of the Capitol insurrection, according to testimony from former Trump aides last Thursday.

The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, riot has hosted six public hearings so far revealing their findings, which also included public damning testimony from former staffers in the Trump administration.

GOP Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene were among the six GOP lawmakers also asked Trump to pardon them for their efforts in trying to overturn the 2020 election.

During a surprise hearing on Tuesday, June 28, Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House aide, also testified that former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows were among those who asked the former president for a preemptive pardon after the pro-Trump mob descended upon the Capitol on January 6, 2021.

Hutchinson also previously testified that former Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio had discussed pardons with the White House but never asked for one.

On Sunday, Jordan responded to his mention during the hearing, accusing the January 6 House panel of “misrepresenting” a video clip of him saying “the ultimate date of significance is Jan. 6 in a presidential election in determining the winner.”

“This committee, I think the country understands, is purely partisan,” Jordan said. “And they’re frankly not paying much attention to what’s being said.”

Here are all of the people who sought a pardon from Trump following the Capitol riot, per testimony:

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While it is true that both Giuliani and Powell have faced sanctions for their involvement in efforts to overturn the 2020 elections, Giuliani has only had his law license suspended, and Powell has faced court sanctions for filing frivolous lawsuits. – Book Publishing Company


“President Trump’s campaign manager said that, President Trump’s White House counsel said that, President Trump’s own family said that,” she continued. “There was not sufficient fraud to overturn the results of the 2020 election.”

In a series of public hearings in June, the January 6 committee showed testimony from former Attorney General Bill Barr stating that Trump’s election claims are “bullshit,” testimony from former campaign manager Bill Stepien that he “didn’t think what was happening was honest or professional,” and testimony from Ivanka Trump that she accepted Barr’s conclusion that the election wasn’t stolen.

“Now if Mrs. Hageman is standing up here claiming that the election was stolen, or that there was fraud that was sufficient to overturn the election, she ought to say it,” said Cheney. “Otherwise, she needs to stop making claims that are not true, and she ought to tell the people of Wyoming the truth.”

Cheney, the January 6 committee’s vice chair, faces a high-stakes primary election on August 16. Recent polling has shown Hageman with a comfortable lead over Cheney.

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