Thursday, September 14, 2023

What Am I Missing?

Fulton County DA Fani Willis has indicted 19 people for the same crime.  

Several of those charged want to sever their cases from the others. I don't know these other people seems to be at the basis of their request.  I was only doing my job is also underpinning the court filings.  

It seems pretty obvious to me that the Chief of Staff to the President of the United States of America is not placing his own phone calls.  Shouting Get me the guy in Georgia who's in charge of all of this to Cassidy Hutchinson seems to me a more likely scenario than Mark Meadows doing his own Google search for the phone number to the Secretary of State's office, and then dialing direct.  

Aside from the fact (it's in the Constitution) that the Office of the President has no job duties relating to the administration of elections happening in the various states,  I don't think that participating in an illegal activity (creating votes where there were none) is in anyone's job description, let alone someone who is assisting the President.

His job should have been to tell the lying liar that his quest was unreasonable, that such a  phone call was outside the bounds of good judgement, and that neither of them should participate in the endeavor.  

Instead, he wants to be absolved because his boss would have yelled at him.

You can't make this shit up.

Wanting to sever yourself from others in the conspiracy charge is asking the judge to decide that there was no conspiracy at all.  You can't pull one thread out of an interlocking offense.  Each piece is related to the other, even if the participants are working, separately, on different pieces of the project.  

There's a reason that the lying liar is the first person listed in the indictment.  The others were his minions.  They may have been in different silos, but they were all feeding the same fool.

The fact that Republicans trust the information they get from that fool more what they hear form family or friends or the media leaves me without hope for them..... except for this, the first part of the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution.  

“No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice.”

Notice that it does not say Inaugurated or Sworn in nor Serve as.  It just says elected.  

Let's play this out.  Your Great Aunt Tillie accepts, fully and completely, that the lying liar won the 2020 election.  She believes that he was elected.  

She is hoisted by her own petard.  

According to the Constitution  his 2020 "win" makes 2024 his third election for the office of the President.  That is expressly prohibited by the verbiage of the Constitution.

Proving that the fool instigated and supported the insurrection, as do the lawsuits arguing the 14th Amendment, is a more complicated argument than your Great Aunt Tillie wants to hear.  I'm suggesting you offer an explanation that acknowledges her premise -  he was elected in 2020.

I'm looking forward to trying this out.


  1. That's an interesting concept. But then you would have to embrace the liars lie.

    1. I'm not embracing it, Great Auntie is and I'm just meeting her where she is :-)


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