MAGA Confession: Trump Lawyer Admits Fraudulent Electors Plot

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…from MSNBC

[ Editor’s Note: My, my, we now see some of the insider Jan6 plotters coming on TV now to tell their version of their ‘legal’ attempt to prevent a fraudulent, stolen election from being certified.

Ari Melber is the perfect host, having been a lawyer and a prosecutor, and has a good memory. His draw with these people is that he lets them have their say, even though they tend to want to talk over him to gain most of the air time.

It was quite an irony that they are coming forward the day after the Archives delivered to the Jan6 Committee 700 pages of the documents they wanted leading up to Jan6. This is the first time I have seen or heard Boris Epshteyn.
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These are brass knuckle people that will eat you alive if you are not as tough as they are…. Jim W. Dean ]

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First aired January 22, 2022

Former Trump campaign strategic adviser Boris Epshteyn joins MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber to discuss the failed MAGA plot to overturn the presidential election, the House Select Committee’s probe into the insurrection, and the Trump campaign’s fake electors plot.

When Melber pressed Epshteyn over reports regarding the fraudulent electors plot, Epshteyn admitted the Trump campaign’s basic plan, but insisted those involved were “alternate electors.”

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3 COMMENTS

  1. The answer to that is that you resist as you do not want to let them win ALL of the time. The key to a successful democracy is having opposing parties that are willing to compromise so each side gets half of what it wants. But with the Orange Commander-in-Thief, he said ‘screw that, I’m the Don, and I want to call all the shots.”

  2. If a jury only hears from the defense, and gets up and leaves when the prosecutor presents the states case, they will rule for the defense every single time.
    Again, hesitancy by the DOJ, to act in an unprecedented way during an unprecedented event, is allowing the situation to become worse and possibly risking whatever credibility they had leftover.
    The confidence this guy has, did not come out of nowhere. They smell blood. When something is not nipped at the bud, it grows. The long game better be a doozy.

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