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Legal Analyst; Fmr 30-yr fed prosecutor w/ , DC Chief of Homicide & JAG. President of

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Joined June 2018

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    The walls of this corrupt administration WILL come tumbling down . . .

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  2. As dire as it sounds, four more years of the corrupt tandem of Trump and Barr and we will not be able to keep our republic.

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  3. The FLA governor has a duty to reasonably protect citizens. If he recklessly fails to take reasonable steps to fulfill that duty, he is culpable. This is no different then a governor dismantling a police force & letting criminals run wild. DeSantis is letting the virus run wild.

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  4. Agree. Governors have a duty to reasonably protect citizens. If they recklessly fail to take reasonable steps to fulfill that duty, they are culpable. This is tantamount to a governor dismantling a police force & letting criminals run wild. DeSantis is letting the virus run wild.

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  6. This is plain, obvious, undeniable and will be easily proven in court. Well beyond a reasonable doubt.

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  7. ICYMI, here’s today’s conversation with . We may be down at the moment, but wrongdoers WILL be held accountable. Glenn Kirschner: Have Mueller report. Will travel. via

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  8. We owe it to both our ancestors - especially those who fought for our country - & our children to do everything in our power to hold accountable Trump, his co-conspirators, his aiders & abettors & his accessories after the fact for their attempted destruction of our republic.

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  9. I, for one, can’t wait to start UNpacking the courts given that McConnell has crammed so many unqualified judges down the throats of the American people.

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    I SALUTE YOU CAPTAIN: knew his letter would go public + it's likely he wanted it to. He wrote the letter knowing it would mean no more promotions + end his career. In other words he's put the men in his command 1st, their safety above all else. This is leadership.

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  11. Please have a look at this remarkable letter from America’s immigration judges. Trump & his heartless administration is entirely willing to put judges/court staff/immigration attorneys and litigants in harm’s way to keep the deportation mill running.

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  12. This is - at a minimum - what gross negligence/reckless endangerment looks like . . .

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  13. So much work to be done beginning in January to hold accountable all government officials who have been engaged in wrongdoing during the Trump era (or, perhaps more accurately, “The Trump Error”). I, for one, am energized . . .

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  14. And this, my friend, is EXACTLY why Donald Trump is responsible for American deaths. People relied & made behavioral decisions on Trump’s repeated assurances that the virus was a hoax/would disappear like a miracle/would go for from 15 to 0 cases/would be killied by warm weather.

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    If Trumpnews (aka Fox) could face a legal bloodbath for spreading deadly lies about the virus, what about the Trump Administration and its enablers? What about the Liar in Chief? Legal immunity shouldn’t exceed COVID-19 immunity!

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    "Dozens of former Republican officials and progressive leaders have banded together to form a new task force on election emergencies..." BuzzFeedNews covers our launch:

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  17. The unredacted Mueller report finally lands in the hands of Judge Reggie Walton after he concluded Bill Barr lacks candor. The unredacted report can serve as a blueprint for the prosecution of Donald Trump, come Jan. 2021.

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  18. And people made their personal activity and health decisions based on Trump’s misrepresentations. For this who fell ill as a result of those misguided decisions, Trump bears responsibility.

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  19. We are one giant step closer to learning about whether Barr improperly redacted/withheld from the American people information that would have fully informed the public about Trump’s wrongdoing. Recall, Barr lied about Mueller’s findings, claiming Trump committed “no obstruction.”

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  20. This is good news, my friend. And let me be clear - I trust Judge Reggie Walton 1,000,000% to do right by the American people.

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  21. Thank you Dr. and Gen. . I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: diversity is America’s superpower!

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