J6 Committee Formally Accuses President Trump of Daring to Oppose Clinton and Biden, Thereby Inciting an Insurrection

Posted originally on the CTH on December 19, 2022 | sundance

The J6 Committee has announced they have found President Trump guilty of four counts of campaigning against their Democrat candidates and attempting to disrupt the DC system of governing and financial graft.   The committee formally announced their intent today for political referrals to the Biden-Obama justice department.

In addition to holding other scandalous political conversations, President Trump is accused of: (1) “aiding and comforting” disgruntled voters; (2) obstructing Congress’ Jan. 6 joint session by holding a political rally in DC; (3) conspiring with some unknown entity to make false claims to the bureaucrats in the National Archives about his private papers; and ultimately, (4) conspiring to defraud the United States and deprive Washington DC of its business model.

The J6 Committee has released a 160-page “executive summary” of a report they will release soon [READ HERE], and will now refer President Trump to Lisa Monaco, Deputy Attorney General and former White House counsel for President Obama, to be prosecuted in Washington DC for heinous crimes and insurrection.

The goal is to fulfill President Obama’s former campaign manager David Plouffe’s promise to destroy President Trump and block him from holding office again.

Washington DC – […] The panel has long contended Trump broke the law. But its new report — which the committee voted to release but has yet to become public — is expected to add vivid new details of that effort, particularly about the cast of enablers who facilitated Trump’s gambit, from Republican members of Congress to a team of lawyers pushing fringe legal theories to shadowy operatives awash in conspiracies. The panel also released the 160-page executive summary of its report, capturing the contours of its case against Turmp.

“Faith in our system is the foundation of American democracy. If the faith is broken, so is our democracy,” said select panel chair Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.). “Donald Trump broke that faith. He lost the 2020 election and knew it, but he chose to try to stay in office through a multi-part scheme.”

“This can never happen again,” Thompson added.

The recommended referral for insurrection mentions U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta’s ruling in February, which said Trump’s language plausibly incited violence on Jan. 6 and cited the Senate’s 57 votes in last year’s impeachment trial to convict Trump on “incitement of insurrection.”

Charging decisions rest entirely with DOJ prosecutors, not Congress, but panel members have increasingly stressed the impact their transmission to the department could have on public opinion — viewing it as part of building a historical record around the attack. Special Counsel Jack Smith is currently conducting a wide-ranging investigation of Trump’s scheme to cling to power, and the select panel has also moved in parallel with DOJ’s effort to prosecute hundreds of Trump supporters who attacked the Capitol. (read more)

Everything seems to be following a flow and pattern associated with intense Democrat effort to retain their ‘fundamental change‘ objective.

If the sequencing is maintained, Hunter Biden will likely be charged with some low-level tax crime, right before President Trump is charged with attempting to destroy the universe.   At this point the clown show is ridiculous and absurd.  Believe me, the entire electorate can see it…. Not just MAGA supporters.

The more they do this, the more I appreciate the Rosetta Stone that President Donald J Trump represents.


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