The Gun, It Smokes

Man, this is pretty damning:

A retired U.S. Army colonel who circulated a proposal to challenge the 2020 election, including by declaring a national security emergency and seizing paper ballots, said that he visited the White House on multiple occasions after the election, spoke with President Donald Trump’s chief of staff “maybe eight to 10 times” and briefed several members of Congress on the eve of the Jan. 6 riot.

Phil Waldron, the retired colonel, was working with Trump’s outside lawyers and was part of a team that briefed the lawmakers on a PowerPoint presentation detailing “Options for 6 JAN,” Waldron told The Washington Post. He said his contribution to the presentation focused on his claims of foreign interference in the vote, as did his discussions with the White House.

A version of the presentation made its way to the White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, on Jan. 5. That information surfaced publicly this week after the congressional committee investigating the insurrection released a letter that said Meadows had turned the document over to the committee.

OK, so we now have evidence that there was coordination with the administration via Lucky #4 Mark Meadows, and that some representatives from Congress knew what was going on, too.

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4 Responses to The Gun, It Smokes

  1. roket says:

    All disgruntled employees. Oh, and losers.

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  2. annieasksyou says:

    I don’t know why the word “treason” isn’t used more often by legislators, journalists, and commentators. It no longer seems like hyperbole.

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  3. w3ski4me says:

    If this is not evidence of treason, just what do we need? Oh yea, an active Department of Justice, or perhaps an active FBI?
    Too bad all that Republican “hard on crime” attitude crapped out in the face of higher profit.


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