Staying at home
A House impeachment manager and intelligence subcommittee chairman filed a federal lawsuit Friday against former president Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Rudolph W. Giuliani and Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), claiming they should be held liable for injuries and destruction caused by their incitement of the Jan. 6 mob assault on the Capitol.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), who also sits on the judiciary and homeland security committees, alleged Trump and his fellow speakers at a rally near the White House that day were directly responsible for mobilizing a crowd of tens of thousands of pro-Trump supporters to march on the Capitol and priming them for violence.
Trump’s actions before and during the assault — in which at least 800 people broke into the Capitol, attacked police and delayed Congress’s confirmation of the presidential election results — “made clear he poses a risk of inciting future political violence,” the complaint alleged.
So beyond the money he fired them and then tried to find cause.....hhhhmmmm
Trump Appointee At VOA Parent Paid Law Firm Millions To Investigate His Own StaffTrump appointee Michael Pack hoped to fire top executives who challenged him at the U.S. Agency for Global Media. When he couldn't, Pack paid a high-profile law firm millions to investigate them.www.npr.org
"Last summer, an appointee of former President Donald Trump was irate because he could not simply fire top executives who had warned him that some of his plans might be illegal.
Michael Pack, who was CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media that oversees Voice of America, in August suspended those top executives. He also immediately ordered up an investigation to determine what wrongdoing the executives might have committed.
Instead of turning to inspectors general or civil servants to investigate, Pack personally signed a no-bid contract to hire a high-profile law firm with strong Republican ties.
The bill — footed by taxpayers — exceeded a million dollars in just the first few months of the contract."
Dan and the group's members also attended what he described as a Black Lives Matter protest in Detroit. The group went to the protest envisioning a possible gunfight with police if pepper spray was used on protesters, he testified. The group waited in a parking lot but eventually left the protest without incident.
I will have to notify Coke I’m boycotting them due to their voter suppression efforts. One part of the proposed laws would make it a criminal offense for people to give food or water to people waiting in line to vote. I hope a national boycott is being organized. Interestingly, I read that voters rights groups are speaking with big corporations in Georgia to get the. To opposes such legislation. I don’t know the timing of when the donation was made.
Don't feel bad. I feel your pain. I'm not a big soda drinker, but earlier this week I bought a case each of diet Sunkist Orange and diet A&W Cream. I mix a can each....guilt-free dreamsicle in a glass. That's going to have to last. I won't be buying anymore.What?!?! Crap, I bought A&W yesterday. I tend to avoid Coke and Sprite anyway, I prefer Pepsi and 7-Up. But I love A&W. But no more!
I think I will write Coke that they are supporting people not buying truckloads of Coke and their products, Dasani water and Smartwater, for voters in lineI will have to notify Coke I’m boycotting them due to their voter suppression efforts. One part of the proposed laws would make it a criminal offense for people to give food or water to people waiting in line to vote. I hope a national boycott is being organized. Interestingly, I read that voters rights groups are speaking with big corporations in Georgia to get the. To opposes such legislation. I don’t know the timing of when the donation was made.
I'm sure he wants to charge them to use his name.