Lord Damp Nut was out gaslighting us again, and at least some journalists are not taking dictation:
Meanwhile, the Big Lie continues to unravel:
“Giuliani went state by state asking Stepien, Meadows and Miller what they were seeing and what their plan was. ‘What’s happening in Michigan?’ he asked. They said it was too early to tell, votes were still being counted and they couldn’t say.
“‘Just say we won,’ Giuliani told them. Same thing in Pennsylvania. ‘Just say we won Pennsylvania,’ Giuliani said. Giuliani’s grand plan was to just say Trump won, state after state, based on nothing. Stepien, Miller and Meadows thought his argument was both incoherent and irresponsible. ‘We can’t do that,’ Meadows said, raising his voice. ‘We can’t.’”
And the question of betrayal –
Accusations against Jan. 6 rioter Thomas Caldwell certainly seem to fit the charge of sedition as it’s generally understood — inciting revolt against the government. And the possibility of charging him and others was widely discussed after thousands of pro-Trump supporters assaulted scores of police officers, defaced the U.S. Capitol and hunted for lawmakers to stop the certification. Some called their actions treasonous.
But to date, neither Caldwell nor any of the other more than 500 defendants accused in the attack has been indicted for sedition or for the gravest of crimes a citizen can face, treason. And as an increasing number of lesser charges are filed and defendants plead guilty, those accusations may never be formally levied.
I’m only a sonofalawyer, but I don’t understand why no one has been indicted for sedition? Treason I can understand, but this seems like a very clear example of sedition, and that’s not hype.