When the facts are against you, argue the law. When the law is against you, argue the facts. When both fail, pound the table and call the other counsel names
Three days before the day that brought an invasion of the building that contained America’s government, destruction, and death, the Pentagon and other agencies offered help to guard the building, but the Capitol Police said “no.”
In an already-long list that is expected to grow before Jan. 20, 2021, Trump is paying off those who supported him and broke many of the same laws as he.
The judges, in often scathing remarks, cited the law and overturned a lame-duck president’s blatant attempt to reverse the will of voters.
His unbalanced actions have stoked threats and violence from his equally unstable supporters.
Like the walking dead of Trump’s loser campaign, his deniers keep repeated lie after lie about a fraud that did not exist and a legal election that he never won.
Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, accused Trump of resorting to “overt pressure on state and local officials to subvert the will of the people and overturn the election.”
As one expects of a serial liar, Trump issues falsehoods, fabrications and lies, lies and more lies.
Creating a “secret police” to go into American cities, detain protestors and abuse rights brings protests from Republicans and Democrats.