MSNBC's Ari Melber said Donald Trump committed a crime in trying to get the DOJ to overturn the election and implicated Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH).
Ari Melber says Trump committed a crime with the DOJ's coup plan: "The criminal intent is clear. pic.twitter.com/Q91RBbe1oh
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The MSBNBC host said:
Lots of people in MAGA land don't want that to be up Story tonight because they said that didn't happen. The reason it didn't happen because Trump was foiled. HI wasn't good at softness Coup. The DOJ resisted. That Justice Department did not get it into the business of outvoting The vote.
The criminal intent is clear. I don't use this word lightly try to abuse your public Office to fraudulently switch the result of the election is a Crime. Whether Donald Trump is facing Responsibility for this is a separate question. Trump mentioned a congressman You probably know. Jim Jordan and as well others, Congressmen Perry and Senator Johnson aHe saw the legislature as a human being that he thinks he is on the soft coup. People who would use anything Power they had in Congress overthrow the rightful winner from The vote.
Trump committed a crime, counting on Jim Jordan to be an accomplice
Speaker Pelosi was right to remove Rep. Jordan from the 1/6 Select Committee. Jordan has since confessed to speaking to the failed former president on Jan. 6, and according to Trump, he was involved in the coup plans when Trump tried to get the DOJ to provide cover for the Republicans to overturn the election.
Trump committed a crime trying to use the presidency to overturn the election and it turns out he had a lot of help from the likes of Rep. Jim Jordan.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also the White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor's degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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