Jason Johnson On NAACP’s Insurrection Lawsuit

…from MSNBC

[ Editor’s Note: I had to rub my eyes when I saw this, to make sure I was not dreaming. Congrats to the NAACP on the creative move. It allows them to start deposing the upper Trump team people under oath. Yes there are going to be multiple investigations, and they will be duplicating a lot of the questioning.

But that increases the chances of one of the legal teams uncovering something the other had not that could be the Rosetta stone for piecing together criminal convictions of the Trump illegal team that tormented us for months about the election “steal”.

Let us count the investigations. Congress has announced it will do its own ‘full’ investigation, under oath with penalties of perjury. The two election computer companies are on the offense to get revenge, not only on the Trump team but their prostitute media vendors that pushed the Big Lie.

Then we have the New York prosecutors nearing the end of their Trump business fraud investigation, and Georgia initiating an election fraud investigation.

General Honore’s report may already be done, with its announcement being delayed for the right moment, as the Biden Dept. of Justice probably does not want to be the caboose on the Trump investigation train.

The 9-11 style investigation is problematic, as it was fraudulent on an unheard of scale, starting on day one, that none of the testimony would be done under oath. I can remember the shock at VT when not one official in the government or anyone in the media uttered a word of protest. And the vet orgs went into hiding at any hint of something being controversial.

The 9-11 commission members, during their book tour speaking engagements, openly confessed that the half the Dems and half Repubs on the committee were selected with the main goal that no blame would fall to either party. It should really be called the 9-11 Coverup.

With major focus on the January 6 insurrection, it is the best time to review the 9-11 ‘non-investigation’ and to publicly expose how rigged government investigations are a threat to our national security when they are unchallenged… Jim W. Dean ]

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First published … February 17, 2018

Contributor to The Grio Jason Johnson and former U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg discuss the lawsuit filed by the NAACP and Congressman Bennie Thompson (D-MS) contending that Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani violated the 1871 Ku Klux Klan Act and how they could face costly penalties. Aired on 02/17/2021.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Booker T was the real deal. I worked with the Society some through Elizabeth Wright. The guy who took over when she died years ago called me about 6 months ago asking me if I wanted all the records and to take over. I had to say that my cup runneth over.

  2. Instead of removing or defacing monuments that we find offensive, there are alternatives. Hold a party, dance, fundraiser or whatever at the offence as a deference to history that you don’t like. Erasing history is just stupid and create a chance for it to repeat.

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