The indictment against Trump in the special counsel’s probe into January 6, 2021 is whopper.
In Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election, the 45 page indictment says that he
enlisted co-conspirators to assist him in his criminal efforts.”
45 pages, really? Get it? 45! Oh, karma you are hilarious.
The charging documents repeatedly reference six of these co-conspirators, but as is common practice, their identities are withheld because they have not been charged with any crimes.
But Rudy Guliani is # 1
The indictment quotes from a voicemail that Co-Conspirator 1 left “for a United States Senator” on January 6, 2021. The quotes in the indictment match quotes from Giuliani’s call intended for GOP Sen. Tommy Tuberville, reported by CNN and other news outlets.
Ted Goodman, a political adviser to Giuliani, said in a statement that the indictment “eviscerates the First Amendment”
every fact Mayor Rudy Giuliani possesses about this case establishes the good faith basis President Donald Trump had for the actions he took during the two-month period charged in the indictment.”
Newsmax’s Eric Bolling asked Giuliani on what he would say to Smith,So here’s what I say to Jack Smith.
After the Supreme Court threw out your case, which should have been a disgrace … you should have gone and found another profession because you don’t belong in this one.“
Co-Conspirator #3 is former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell.
The indictment says Co-Conspirator 3 “filed a lawsuit against the Governor of Georgia” on November 25, 2020, alleging “massive election fraud” and that the lawsuit was “dismissed” on December 7, 2020.
These dates and quotations match the federal lawsuit that Powell filed against Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp.
The others are; #2 is John Eastman, #4 Jeffrey Clark, #5 Kenneth Chesebro but the 6th person at this point is unidentified.
Make that plural…
(Photo, screen grab; via CNN)