Tuesday was an historic day in the Capitol.
For the first time in the history of the United States, the Speaker of the House was ousted.
There are many conflicting opinions on this event.
It is our opinion that very little is done well by our Elected Ones. Problems are rarely solved; they are used to raise money.
Candidates campaign on resolving problems but are never held accountable for those promises.
Sadly, former Speaker McCarthy lied. He had no intention to do the things he promised while campaigning for the Speaker position.
The situation in the government is not going change unless there are those willing to buck the way things have always been done.
Business as usual does not work for regular Americans.
The Republicans have not been listening to their constituents for decades. This is the price they pay for ignoring voters concerns, over and over and over again.
It will take very brave men and women to stand up to the massive powers in our nation’s capital. There are a handful of these people willing to shake up the way Washington works.
They are warriors. They need your prayers. This battle is not over and it will get nasty. Let’s hope SOMEONE has a plan!
And, remember, we have been praying for divine intervention. This may be one!
Today, we have a bunch of information you need to know.
- Julie Kelly deep dives into the background of the main J6 judge.
- The CDC is evil.
- President Trump is furious. Who can blame him?
- Another Fox News employee with a dubious background is revealed.
- What happens when a Democrat gets mugged?
1- Julie Kelly doing the work an honest media SHOULD be doing. Here she uncovers the deep ties to the insane, far left political activism of those persecuting J6 attendees.
Read the entire piece at the link and share it. We will say this for the communists in Washington– they do not mess around.
Julie Kelly at RealClearInvestigations
Meet the Activist Wife Who Networks the Anti-MAGA White House While Her Prosecutor Husband Puts January Sixers in Jail
QUOTE: Attorney General Merrick B. Garland is the public face of the government’s unprecedented effort to identify, arrest, and prosecute those connected to the Jan. 6, 2021 protest at the Capitol. But the person handling the day-to-day management of the one of the largest and most politically freighted efforts in the history of American law enforcement has largely flown under the radar: Matthew Graves, the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia.
An appointee of President Biden, Graves’ office has prosecuted at least 1,100 Jan. 6 defendants – including roughly 200 people so far this year. Republicans claim that the Justice Department’s steady pace of Jan. 6 arrests and Graves’ prosecutions aim to keep one of Biden’s animating narratives in the news – that, as the president put it, “Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our Republic.”
The political nature of the Jan. 6 prosecutions is illustrated by the long partisan history of Graves and his wife, Fatima Goss Graves.
According to documents on file with the U.S. Senate, Matthew Graves, a registered Democrat, served as a domestic policy adviser to the Biden campaign in 2020. According to the questionnaire submitted for his Senate confirmation, he “assisted with Vice-Presidential vetting for the Kerry Campaign in 2004,” resulting in the nomination of John Edwards, well before an extramarital affair got wide attention and helped end Edwards’ 2008 presidential campaign. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Washington’s Democratic delegate to the House of Representatives, recommended Graves for his influential current post.
Recently, Graves declined to pursue charges against Hunter Biden for tax offenses. And his wife is an influential progressive activist who has frequently visited the White House as her husband has pursued the president’s political opponents.
One week after he was sworn into office, Graves indicted longtime Trump confidant Steve Bannon on two contempt of Congress charges, acting on a referral from then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 Select Committee. Graves filed a separate indictment on the same charges against Trump White House adviser Peter Navarro in June 2022. Both men were quickly convicted by D.C. juries; Bannon’s conviction is on appeal, with oral argument scheduled for October. Navarro’s lawyers recently filed a motion seeking a new trial.
Much of Graves’ work now involves prosecuting the steady stream of people the FBI has arrested in connection with Jan. 6. On August 30, Nathan Hughes was taken into custody at a Fayetteville, Ark., mall by at least seven FBI agents brandishing automatic rifles. That same morning at least 10 vehicles apparently driven by FBI agents and local law enforcement raided Hughes’ Bentonville home. “They ordered my girlfriend Taylor out of the house with her hands up and had rifles pointed at her too,” Hughes would write. “They put her in handcuffs, unplugged our home security cameras, and turned our house upside down searching it.”
Hughes was later indicted for assaulting or interfering with police, civil disorder, and three misdemeanors for his involvement in the Jan. 6 mayhem at the U.S. Capitol. Four other men were named as Hughes’ co-defendants, charged for crimes they allegedly committed nearly 33 months ago. His case, like every Jan. 6 case, is now transferred to Washington, D.C., the scene of the alleged “attack on the Capitol.”
Graves appears to be making good on his pledge to double the number of Jan. 6 defendants, a growing caseload that monopolizes Department of Justice resources and clogs the D.C. federal court calendar with trials and hearings. Graves told the Washington Post in a February 2022 interview that “somewhere around 2,000 people” could be identified and charged before his work was over – or before the statute of limitations for most offenses expires in 2026.
Concerns about Graves’ impartiality are intensified because of his wife’s involvement in partisan issues and her closeness to the Biden White House. As president and CEO of the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) – whose primary focus is reforming the Supreme Court, demanding unrestricted access to abortion, and promoting LGBTQ rights – Fatima Goss Graves plays a crucial role in advancing priorities of Democrats and the Biden administration.
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