⚠️ Warning! ⚠️ Unfortunately, today’s blog will focus a lot, probably way too much, on the forever disgraced, former president because the Orange Ass is all over the news. But, feel free to post anything we have missed providing your news comes from a credible source. I have no problem with anyone sharing how MAGAt World is coping with the fact their KKKult leader has been indicted again. Just understand, we don’t pass off their ‘news’ here as credible; it’s garbage…but so fun to poke holes and discredit it.
Join News Views for a Live Discussion on all of today’s developing events, including Special Counsel Jack Smith’s speech:
Happy Trump Day!:
An advance team of Secret Service agents began meeting Friday morning with federal court marshals and local police in Miami about how to create a security bubble around Trump for his scheduled Tuesday arraignment in a seven-count federal indictment there.
- Two lawyers who represented Donald Trump in the months before the former president was indicted on federal charges over his handling of classified documents quit working for him.
- The attorneys, Jim Trusty and John Rowley, did not explain in detail why they had resigned, other than to say that “this is a logical moment” to do so given his indictment Thursday in U.S. District Court in Miami.
- Trump said he would now be represented by Todd Blanche, a New York lawyer who is representing him in another criminal case in Manhattan related to a 2016 hush money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels.
This Guy Has Been All Over Cable News:
Co-Conspirator? Individual #2?
President Biden Doesn’t Weigh In:
What Craven Assholes are Saying:
Send TFG a Shoebox:
OJ Simpson Pops Out of Nowhere:
Let The Grown Ups Speak:
What Unhinged MAGAts are Saying:
Civil and/or UNcivil War is What They Want–Hope the FBI is Watching—See Something, Say Something:
George Santos Says His Family Helped Bail Him Out. (Just Don’t Ask Who.)
Mr. Santos, a New York representative, said his relatives had helped guarantee his bail, but asked a judge to keep their names sealed out of privacy concerns.
Representative George Santos on Friday appealed a federal magistrate judge’s decision ordering the release of the names of the people who helped bail him out of federal custody, suggesting that the individuals were family members.