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    With All Eyes on Trump at Arraignment, Pay Attention to Three Important People Sitting Quietly at Back of Courtroom

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    On Thursday, former President Donald Trump was arraigned.

    Big deal.

    Impeach him twice (including while he is out of office), raid his home, charge his domestic staff, accuse him of collusion with Russia, and so on and so forth.

    What then could they do? Obviously, he should be indicted for attempting to overturn the 2020 election.

    Will Democrats also file charges against the 147 Republicans who voted against certifying all of the 2020 election results?

    Interesting. Over a quarter of Congress believed there was something shady about that election, and yet Trump is indicted?

    On election night, when there were irregularities in vote tabulation in Michigan and Georgia, many of us paid close attention. And there were all of those suspicious accounts of ballot drop boxes, as well as the admitted manipulation of social media in favor of Joe Biden, who is now the vice president.

    Barack Obama was Trump’s predecessor, but Joe Biden received more votes.

    In any case, there was a sizeable audience at the arraignment in the courtroom of Magistrate Judge Moxila Upadhyaya in Washington, D.C.

    To obtain entry, members of the news media had to be randomly selected through a lottery. The Hill reported that law clerks, court staff, sketch artists, and a few members of the public occupied the jury box and public gallery.

    According to Politico, several judges of the federal district court in Washington were seated in the rear of the room. Chief Judge James Boasberg and Magistrate Judge Michael Harvey were among them.

    Also present was Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who had previously criticized Trump while sentencing defendants involved in the January 6 Capitol invasion.

    Washington enjoys a good show.

    President Gerald Ford pardoned former President Richard Nixon for any offenses he may have committed while in office in September 1974.

    More on this story via The Western Journal:

    Nixon had resigned the month before following two years of the Watergate ordeal and had been impeached, with conviction likely. CONTINUE READING…

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