The Stupid Coup, Part Infinity

Yesterday, another shoe dropped when an email obtained by federal prosecutors from Hair Füror’s 2020 Goat Rodeo Campaign to the alternate “electors” in Georgia was revealed by the DOJ:

The Trump campaign directed a group of Georgia Republicans to meet in secret and obscure their objectives in an email obtained by federal prosecutors as part of their recent investigation into Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the election in several swing states…

“I must ask for your complete discretion in this process,” [Robert Sinners, Trump’s election day operations lead in Georgia] wrote. “Your duties are imperative to ensure the end result – a win in Georgia for President Trump – but will be hampered unless we have complete secrecy and discretion.”

…In the email, Sinners also told Trump’s electors to misdirect security guards when they arrived at the statehouse, and to tell the guards they were attending a meeting with two state senators, Brandon Beach and Burt Jones.

“Please, at no point should you mention anything to do with Presidential Electors or speak to media,” Sinners wrote.

Hardly a public protest as the traitors continue to claim, n’est-ce pas? Don’t talk to anyone especially the media.

As you may recall, last Friday the DOJ indicted Hair Füror’s China Trade adviser Peter Navarro (hand selected on Amazon by Fratsputin Jared Kushner, and we are not kidding) on contempt of Congress charges. This confirms that there is a grand jury that is focused on the Stupid Coup.

The DOJ is moving quietly, but it is moving.

 

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8 Responses to The Stupid Coup, Part Infinity

  1. revzafod says:

    Robber Sinner? The perfect Republican name.

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  2. Jimmy T says:

    Merrick Garland has always played his cards close to his vest, but he is an excellent card player. Just ask the unabomber…

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  3. roket says:

    Ha, Merrick Garland’s Kraken is bigger than Sydney Powell’s Kraken.

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  4. janut says:

    As I keep saying re: Garland – Still water runs deep.

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  5. Stony Pillow says:

    We’ll see. Expect nothing from Garland and you won’t be disappointed.

    He’s had a much wider field with opportunities galore on civil rights. What’s he done there? Nada. (How’s that coronation settling with you now, Clyburn?)

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  6. w3ski4me says:

    So the DOJ actually acted? I had just presumed Navarro’s fall was due to the televised committee’s machinations. Will wonders never cease?
    It would be nice to see somebody pay a legal price for treason.
    w3ski

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