Attorney John Eastman tries to hide two Trump handwritten insurrection notes from the J6 committee.
…from Glenn Kirschner, with Justice Matters
[ Editor’s Note: Wow, I knew Glenn was not pulling any punches with the ‘Treasonous lawyer’ lead in with Eastman, obviously not worried about a slander lawsuit.
Trump’s gang of rogue lawyers, including his own attorney general will be remembered in American history as ‘what not to do’ when working for political gangsters, with Trump maybe at the top of that list.
The same judge that ruled Eastman ‘more likely than not’ was engaged in a conspiracy with Trump to steal the 2020 election, with not just one Rube Goldberg plot, but layers of them.
It’s going to be very messy to live through, but when we come out the end of this political car wash, we might have the Trump mob stench washed off of American democracy.
Eastman also wants the Judge to block access to his communications with state legislators about replacing state elector lists to steal the election, as they could target those legislators with criminal charges themselves… Jim W. Dean ]
First aired May 22, 2022
Treasonous lawyer and architect of the insurrection John Eastman is attempting to hide from the House select committee investigating the Capitol attack two notes handwritten by Donald Trump.
They contain information Trump “thought might be useful for the anticipated litigation” regarding his efforts to overturn the election results, according to an article in Politico authored by Kyle Cheney.
Here is why Eastman’s claim of executive privilege will fail and we will see the contest of those notes during the public hearings scheduled to begin on June 9.
Here is an excerpt from Kyle Cheney’s Politico article, worth a full read itself.
John Eastman, the attorney who architected Donald Trump’s last-ditch legal strategy to overturn the 2020 election, revealed Friday that he routinely communicated with Trump either directly or via “six conduits” during the chaotic weeks that preceded the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
…John Eastman is also urging U.S. District Court Judge David Carter to shield dozens of contacts with state legislators, some of whom he advised to appoint slates of pro-Trump electors, overriding the certified results of the popular vote in their states. | Susan Walsh/AP Photo