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Sep 26, 2022 12:52:56   #
336Robin Loc: North Carolina
 
It's kind of hard to say they don't have you dead to rights, when they have you dead to rights.



An advisor to the January 6 committee said Mark Meadows' texts provide 'irrefutable' proof of a comprehensive plot to overturn the 2020 election :
Kelsey Vlamis
Mon, September 26, 2022 at 12:00 AM


A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee discussed the investigation with "60 Minutes."

Denver Riggleman said texts from Mark Meadows showed a "roadmap" to overturning the election.

Meadows was receiving texts about the alternate electors plot just days after the election.

A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee said texts former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows turned over provide "irrefutable" proof of a plot to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

Denver Riggleman, a former Republican congressman, made the comment during an interview with CBS News' "60 Minutes" on Sunday. He said Meadows' texts showed a "roadmap" for how allies of former President Donald Trump were trying to overturn the election.

"It showed actually the evolution of the beginning arguments from alternate electors all the way through rally planning, all the way to day of," he said.

Host Bill Whitaker asked Riggleman to confirm his belief that Meadows' texts "provide irrefutable, time-stamped proof of a comprehensive plot at all levels of government to overturn the election."


Riggleman responded affirmatively: "Irrefutable. Early in the text messages they were talking about alternate electors, you know, I think as soon as November 5th or November 6th."

Whitaker went on to note the many text messages Meadows had received in the days after the election, including one from Donald Trump Jr. in which he explained an alternate electors plan that would allow his father to win pending Congress's actions on January 6.

Meadows, who was Trump's chief of staff from 2020 to 2021, was also receiving texts about how to address the "stolen" election from people like MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. Insider previously compiled a list of all the texts Meadows had received while the January 6 insurrection was unfolding.

Video: House committee targeted Mark Meadows' texts in 2021

"The Meadows text messages show you an administration that was completely eaten up with a digital virus called QAnon and conspiracy theories: an apocalyptic, messianic buffoonery. You can look at the text messages as that roadmap, but it's also a look into the psyche of the Republican party today," Riggleman said.

Riggleman noted it's unclear if Meadows turned over all of his relevant texts but said "what we got is pretty valuable."

A lawyer for Meadows did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

Read the original article on Business Insider



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Sep 26, 2022 13:06:03   #
Liberty Tree
 
336Robin wrote:
It's kind of hard to say they don't have you dead to rights, when they have you dead to rights.



An advisor to the January 6 committee said Mark Meadows' texts provide 'irrefutable' proof of a comprehensive plot to overturn the 2020 election :
Kelsey Vlamis
Mon, September 26, 2022 at 12:00 AM


A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee discussed the investigation with "60 Minutes."

Denver Riggleman said texts from Mark Meadows showed a "roadmap" to overturning the election.

Meadows was receiving texts about the alternate electors plot just days after the election.

A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee said texts former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows turned over provide "irrefutable" proof of a plot to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

Denver Riggleman, a former Republican congressman, made the comment during an interview with CBS News' "60 Minutes" on Sunday. He said Meadows' texts showed a "roadmap" for how allies of former President Donald Trump were trying to overturn the election.

"It showed actually the evolution of the beginning arguments from alternate electors all the way through rally planning, all the way to day of," he said.

Host Bill Whitaker asked Riggleman to confirm his belief that Meadows' texts "provide irrefutable, time-stamped proof of a comprehensive plot at all levels of government to overturn the election."


Riggleman responded affirmatively: "Irrefutable. Early in the text messages they were talking about alternate electors, you know, I think as soon as November 5th or November 6th."

Whitaker went on to note the many text messages Meadows had received in the days after the election, including one from Donald Trump Jr. in which he explained an alternate electors plan that would allow his father to win pending Congress's actions on January 6.

Meadows, who was Trump's chief of staff from 2020 to 2021, was also receiving texts about how to address the "stolen" election from people like MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. Insider previously compiled a list of all the texts Meadows had received while the January 6 insurrection was unfolding.

Video: House committee targeted Mark Meadows' texts in 2021

"The Meadows text messages show you an administration that was completely eaten up with a digital virus called QAnon and conspiracy theories: an apocalyptic, messianic buffoonery. You can look at the text messages as that roadmap, but it's also a look into the psyche of the Republican party today," Riggleman said.

Riggleman noted it's unclear if Meadows turned over all of his relevant texts but said "what we got is pretty valuable."

A lawyer for Meadows did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

Read the original article on Business Insider
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Like the rest of your posts it's all smoke and no fire.

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Sep 26, 2022 13:14:31   #
pegw
 
I saw 60 minutes last night. I wish Righleman hadn't quit. He was pretty convincing about the attempted coup by Trump. We'll see more on Wendsday.

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Sep 26, 2022 13:15:24   #
LogicallyRight Loc: Chicago
 
If a fraud exists (and it did), and someone starts looking at the fraud and sees possibly legal means to overcome that fraud, (People considered that), what is the problem? Besides you hating Trump and basing everything you say and do on that alone.

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Sep 26, 2022 13:15:41   #
LogicallyRight Loc: Chicago
 
If a fraud exists (and it did), and someone starts looking at the fraud and sees possibly legal means to overcome that fraud, (People considered that), what is the problem? Besides you hating Trump and basing everything you say and do on that alone.

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Sep 26, 2022 13:25:24   #
kemmer
 
336Robin wrote:
It's kind of hard to say they don't have you dead to rights, when they have you dead to rights.



An advisor to the January 6 committee said Mark Meadows' texts provide 'irrefutable' proof of a comprehensive plot to overturn the 2020 election :
Kelsey Vlamis
Mon, September 26, 2022 at 12:00 AM


A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee discussed the investigation with "60 Minutes."

Denver Riggleman said texts from Mark Meadows showed a "roadmap" to overturning the election.

Meadows was receiving texts about the alternate electors plot just days after the election.

A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee said texts former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows turned over provide "irrefutable" proof of a plot to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

Denver Riggleman, a former Republican congressman, made the comment during an interview with CBS News' "60 Minutes" on Sunday. He said Meadows' texts showed a "roadmap" for how allies of former President Donald Trump were trying to overturn the election.

"It showed actually the evolution of the beginning arguments from alternate electors all the way through rally planning, all the way to day of," he said.

Host Bill Whitaker asked Riggleman to confirm his belief that Meadows' texts "provide irrefutable, time-stamped proof of a comprehensive plot at all levels of government to overturn the election."


Riggleman responded affirmatively: "Irrefutable. Early in the text messages they were talking about alternate electors, you know, I think as soon as November 5th or November 6th."

Whitaker went on to note the many text messages Meadows had received in the days after the election, including one from Donald Trump Jr. in which he explained an alternate electors plan that would allow his father to win pending Congress's actions on January 6.

Meadows, who was Trump's chief of staff from 2020 to 2021, was also receiving texts about how to address the "stolen" election from people like MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. Insider previously compiled a list of all the texts Meadows had received while the January 6 insurrection was unfolding.

Video: House committee targeted Mark Meadows' texts in 2021

"The Meadows text messages show you an administration that was completely eaten up with a digital virus called QAnon and conspiracy theories: an apocalyptic, messianic buffoonery. You can look at the text messages as that roadmap, but it's also a look into the psyche of the Republican party today," Riggleman said.

Riggleman noted it's unclear if Meadows turned over all of his relevant texts but said "what we got is pretty valuable."

A lawyer for Meadows did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

Read the original article on Business Insider
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Yeah, that was pretty much laid out last night on 60 Minutes.

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Sep 26, 2022 13:35:18   #
Justice101
 
336Robin wrote:
It's kind of hard to say they don't have you dead to rights, when they have you dead to rights.



An advisor to the January 6 committee said Mark Meadows' texts provide 'irrefutable' proof of a comprehensive plot to overturn the 2020 election :
Kelsey Vlamis
Mon, September 26, 2022 at 12:00 AM


A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee discussed the investigation with "60 Minutes."

Denver Riggleman said texts from Mark Meadows showed a "roadmap" to overturning the election.

Meadows was receiving texts about the alternate electors plot just days after the election.

A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee said texts former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows turned over provide "irrefutable" proof of a plot to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

Denver Riggleman, a former Republican congressman, made the comment during an interview with CBS News' "60 Minutes" on Sunday. He said Meadows' texts showed a "roadmap" for how allies of former President Donald Trump were trying to overturn the election.

"It showed actually the evolution of the beginning arguments from alternate electors all the way through rally planning, all the way to day of," he said.

Host Bill Whitaker asked Riggleman to confirm his belief that Meadows' texts "provide irrefutable, time-stamped proof of a comprehensive plot at all levels of government to overturn the election."


Riggleman responded affirmatively: "Irrefutable. Early in the text messages they were talking about alternate electors, you know, I think as soon as November 5th or November 6th."

Whitaker went on to note the many text messages Meadows had received in the days after the election, including one from Donald Trump Jr. in which he explained an alternate electors plan that would allow his father to win pending Congress's actions on January 6.

Meadows, who was Trump's chief of staff from 2020 to 2021, was also receiving texts about how to address the "stolen" election from people like MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. Insider previously compiled a list of all the texts Meadows had received while the January 6 insurrection was unfolding.

Video: House committee targeted Mark Meadows' texts in 2021

"The Meadows text messages show you an administration that was completely eaten up with a digital virus called QAnon and conspiracy theories: an apocalyptic, messianic buffoonery. You can look at the text messages as that roadmap, but it's also a look into the psyche of the Republican party today," Riggleman said.

Riggleman noted it's unclear if Meadows turned over all of his relevant texts but said "what we got is pretty valuable."

A lawyer for Meadows did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

Read the original article on Business Insider
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https://www.justsecurity.org/82233/a-historical-perspective-on-alternate-electors-lessons-from-hayes-tiden/

It doesn't appear that the "alternate electors scheme" will be an open and shut case. More states have been tightening up their voting laws. We have found that the laws were previously broken due to lawsuits by Marc Elias and the Democrats who sued to unconstitutionally alter the voting laws which were written by the legislatures or approved by ballot initiatives by voters and written into the state's constitution.

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Sep 26, 2022 13:47:06   #
336Robin Loc: North Carolina
 
Justice101 wrote:
https://www.justsecurity.org/82233/a-historical-perspective-on-alternate-electors-lessons-from-hayes-tiden/

It doesn't appear that the "alternate electors scheme" will be an open and shut case. More states have been tightening up their voting laws. We have found that the laws were previously broken due to lawsuits by Marc Elias and the Democrats who sued to unconstitutionally alter the voting laws which were written by the legislatures or approved by ballot initiatives by voters and written into the state's constitution.
https://www.justsecurity.org/82233/a-historical-pe... (show quote)


The electors scheme stands on its own. I wouldn't want to be one of those guys when the DOJ steps in.

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Sep 26, 2022 13:55:05   #
Liberty Tree
 
336Robin wrote:
The electors scheme stands on its own. I wouldn't want to be one of those guys when the DOJ steps in.


You are a Democrat, therefore, you have nothing to fear from.the DOJ no matter what you do.

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Sep 26, 2022 14:09:00   #
Strycker
 
336Robin wrote:
It's kind of hard to say they don't have you dead to rights, when they have you dead to rights.



An advisor to the January 6 committee said Mark Meadows' texts provide 'irrefutable' proof of a comprehensive plot to overturn the 2020 election :
Kelsey Vlamis
Mon, September 26, 2022 at 12:00 AM


A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee discussed the investigation with "60 Minutes."

Denver Riggleman said texts from Mark Meadows showed a "roadmap" to overturning the election.

Meadows was receiving texts about the alternate electors plot just days after the election.

A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee said texts former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows turned over provide "irrefutable" proof of a plot to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

Denver Riggleman, a former Republican congressman, made the comment during an interview with CBS News' "60 Minutes" on Sunday. He said Meadows' texts showed a "roadmap" for how allies of former President Donald Trump were trying to overturn the election.

"It showed actually the evolution of the beginning arguments from alternate electors all the way through rally planning, all the way to day of," he said.

Host Bill Whitaker asked Riggleman to confirm his belief that Meadows' texts "provide irrefutable, time-stamped proof of a comprehensive plot at all levels of government to overturn the election."


Riggleman responded affirmatively: "Irrefutable. Early in the text messages they were talking about alternate electors, you know, I think as soon as November 5th or November 6th."

Whitaker went on to note the many text messages Meadows had received in the days after the election, including one from Donald Trump Jr. in which he explained an alternate electors plan that would allow his father to win pending Congress's actions on January 6.

Meadows, who was Trump's chief of staff from 2020 to 2021, was also receiving texts about how to address the "stolen" election from people like MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. Insider previously compiled a list of all the texts Meadows had received while the January 6 insurrection was unfolding.

Video: House committee targeted Mark Meadows' texts in 2021

"The Meadows text messages show you an administration that was completely eaten up with a digital virus called QAnon and conspiracy theories: an apocalyptic, messianic buffoonery. You can look at the text messages as that roadmap, but it's also a look into the psyche of the Republican party today," Riggleman said.

Riggleman noted it's unclear if Meadows turned over all of his relevant texts but said "what we got is pretty valuable."

A lawyer for Meadows did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

Read the original article on Business Insider
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Jane, you ignorant slut. (Dan Akroyd - Saturday Night Live)

First off, you cannot overturn an election that was not yet completed and the 2020 election was not completed until it was certified by the congress on Jan 6th. There was no attempt to overturn the election, period. There was discussions about how one might stop the election from being certified until more robust investigations could be made as to the elections validity since there were so many irregularities beginning in the summer of 2020 and continuing right up until Jan 6th.

If one were to believe that an election was fraudulent, it is one's responsibility and duty to look for legal ways and legal means to expose and overcome that fraud. To do any less would be a dereliction of duty. The fact that those benefitting from that fraud object to one's action does not negate that duty. In fact it makes it even more imperative that one does act.

The Jan 6th commission is itself guilty of fraud by omission and/or misrepresentation.

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Sep 26, 2022 14:10:27   #
DamnYANKEE
 
pegw wrote:
I saw 60 minutes last night. I wish Righleman hadn't quit. He was pretty convincing about the attempted coup by Trump. We'll see more on Wendsday.


UGH

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Sep 26, 2022 14:26:20   #
Justice101
 
Strycker wrote:
Jane, you ignorant slut. (Dan Akroyd - Saturday Night Live)

First off, you cannot overturn an election that was not yet completed and the 2020 election was not completed until it was certified by the congress on Jan 6th. There was no attempt to overturn the election, period. There was discussions about how one might stop the election from being certified until more robust investigations could be made as to the elections validity since there were so many irregularities beginning in the summer of 2020 and continuing right up until Jan 6th.

If one were to believe that an election was fraudulent, it is one's responsibility and duty to look for legal ways and legal means to expose and overcome that fraud. To do any less would be a dereliction of duty. The fact that those benefitting from that fraud object to one's action does not negate that duty. In fact it makes it even more imperative that one does act.

The Jan 6th commission is itself guilty of fraud by omission and/or misrepresentation.
Jane, you ignorant slut. (Dan Akroyd - Saturday Ni... (show quote)



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Sep 26, 2022 14:27:39   #
kemmer
 
Strycker wrote:
There was no attempt to overturn the election, period.

😂😂😂ðŸĪŠ

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Sep 26, 2022 14:39:26   #
guzzimaestro
 
336Robin wrote:
It's kind of hard to say they don't have you dead to rights, when they have you dead to rights.



An advisor to the January 6 committee said Mark Meadows' texts provide 'irrefutable' proof of a comprehensive plot to overturn the 2020 election :
Kelsey Vlamis
Mon, September 26, 2022 at 12:00 AM


A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee discussed the investigation with "60 Minutes."

Denver Riggleman said texts from Mark Meadows showed a "roadmap" to overturning the election.

Meadows was receiving texts about the alternate electors plot just days after the election.

A former technical adviser to the January 6 committee said texts former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows turned over provide "irrefutable" proof of a plot to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

Denver Riggleman, a former Republican congressman, made the comment during an interview with CBS News' "60 Minutes" on Sunday. He said Meadows' texts showed a "roadmap" for how allies of former President Donald Trump were trying to overturn the election.

"It showed actually the evolution of the beginning arguments from alternate electors all the way through rally planning, all the way to day of," he said.

Host Bill Whitaker asked Riggleman to confirm his belief that Meadows' texts "provide irrefutable, time-stamped proof of a comprehensive plot at all levels of government to overturn the election."


Riggleman responded affirmatively: "Irrefutable. Early in the text messages they were talking about alternate electors, you know, I think as soon as November 5th or November 6th."

Whitaker went on to note the many text messages Meadows had received in the days after the election, including one from Donald Trump Jr. in which he explained an alternate electors plan that would allow his father to win pending Congress's actions on January 6.

Meadows, who was Trump's chief of staff from 2020 to 2021, was also receiving texts about how to address the "stolen" election from people like MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. Insider previously compiled a list of all the texts Meadows had received while the January 6 insurrection was unfolding.

Video: House committee targeted Mark Meadows' texts in 2021

"The Meadows text messages show you an administration that was completely eaten up with a digital virus called QAnon and conspiracy theories: an apocalyptic, messianic buffoonery. You can look at the text messages as that roadmap, but it's also a look into the psyche of the Republican party today," Riggleman said.

Riggleman noted it's unclear if Meadows turned over all of his relevant texts but said "what we got is pretty valuable."

A lawyer for Meadows did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

Read the original article on Business Insider
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The plot worked. bidet was illegally installed in the white house

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Sep 26, 2022 14:42:55   #
kemmer
 
guzzimaestro wrote:
bidet was illegally installed in the white house

And Trump will soon be legally installed in prison. 👍🏞

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