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Posted 06 August 2020 - 03:39 PM

Not sure if Schiff could get a peek unless there is some overriding legal issue, and I don't think the impeachment inquiry counts.
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Posted 08 September 2020 - 11:38 AM

The Dems are looking into DeJoy's campaign donation crimes. Old Louie must be praying to Republican Jesus that Trump wins or he can expect a real, independent DOJ to come after him.

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House Oversight Chair Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) stated late Monday night that her committee is launching an investigation into Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s alleged straw donor scheme.

Maloney said in a forwarded statement to TPM that her committee will probe allegations that during his tenure as New Breed Logistics’s CEO in North Carolina, DeJoy illegally pushed his then-employees to donate to GOP candidates at his fundraisers, then would later reimburse their donations in the form of bonuses. Former New Breed Logistics employees told the Post and the New York Times about the alleged scheme over the weekend.

“If these allegations are true, Mr. DeJoy could face criminal exposure—not only for his actions in North Carolina, but also for lying to our Committee under oath,” Maloney said in the statement.

“We will be investigating this issue, but I believe the Board of Governors must take emergency action to immediately suspend Mr. DeJoy, who they never should have selected in the first place,” she continued.

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Posted 08 September 2020 - 02:34 PM

View PostLFC, on 08 September 2020 - 11:38 AM, said:

The Dems are looking into DeJoy's campaign donation crimes. Old Louie must be praying to Republican Jesus that Trump wins or he can expect a real, independent DOJ to come after him.

Not so fast !! Bunkie !!

Looks like "Sugar Daddy" is angry...

As Louis DeJoy Faces Multiple Criminal Accusations, Trump Says He Supports Investigation

Donald Trump isn’t exactly providing a lot of support for DeJoy either. When asked about whether he should lose his job over the allegations, the president said: “Yes, if something can be proven, always.” He also said he would support an investigation.

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Posted 09 October 2020 - 10:19 AM

Yes this is completely political but institutionally calling Trump's mental health into question is a smart move. It will only cause him to become even more unhinged. Nancy is encouraging Trump to put on a show for the margins who haven't been fully pushed over the line yet.

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Pelosi and Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) held a press briefing on their introduction of the Commission on Presidential Capacity to Discharge the Powers and Duties of Office Act, which aims to create a bipartisan commission to review Trump’s fitness for office given his COVID-19 diagnosis.

The House speaker told reporters that the move was “not about [Trump’s] behavior.”

“This is about a diagnosis,” she said.

Yeah, a diagnosis of his mental health!
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Posted 18 December 2020 - 03:25 PM

Josh Marshall does a recap one year after the Dems voted to impeach Trump. (In full due to paywall.)

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Today is the one year anniversary of Donald Trump’s impeachment. One year is not that long ago. Yet it seems almost like a lifetime. I’ve been watching discussions about whether it was worth it, what impact it had on the 2020 election and whether the Democratic opposition’s strategy looks good or bad in retrospect.

On this point intra-Democratic bickering is still hung up on whether it was a mistake or not to keep impeachment narrowly focused on President Trump’s extortion scheme in Ukraine. It’s not like there weren’t other things President Trump had done that could merit removal from office. Little more than six months earlier the Mueller Report had included voluminous evidence that the President had obstructed justice at the very least.

So why limit an impeachment inquiry to just his latest crime?

This last question was both substantive and political. On the first count, the President should be accountable for all his bad acts. On the latter, Democrats should punish Trump politically, educate the public about all he’d done wrong. Why cut him the slack of ignoring everything else? Spend the whole year leading up to the President’s reelection campaign poring over his transgressions.

There was finally a coalitional calculus that was decisive in how events played out. House Democrats in safe seats were hungry to impeach President Trump for a range of infractions and had been for some time. The new members who had been elected in 2018 from swing or Republican districts were at least cautious and often adamantly opposed to doing so. Ukraine brought almost all of that new, wavering group behind impeachment. At last Pelosi’s caucus was united on impeaching President Trump. This resolved a bedeviling intra-caucus dispute in which finding unanimity seemed impossible. That, at the end of the day, is why impeachment unfolded as it did.

To me there’s a more clarifying way to look at this. In the fall of 2019 the public learned about an unambiguously impeachable offense committed by the President for which there was ample and incontrovertible documentation. This made Ukraine different from everything else Trump had done. Whether it was worse in itself is a separate question. I would argue that it was at least as grave as anything else there was reliable evidence for. If a President can use his war powers and control over relations with vulnerable foreign states to blackmail foreign governments into sabotaging a US election he can simply do anything. There are decent arguments the President committed statutory crimes in doing this. But that is not as important as the grave abuse of power.

In other cases Trump had further abused his power to cover up his crimes. He abused the labyrinth of presidential immunities and simple delaying tactics to make it almost impossible for Congress or prosecutors to unearth evidence. One theory was that a formal impeachment inquiry would make federal judges more accommodating and increase Congress’s investigatory teeth. In the event, that didn’t happen. On every front, accommodating courts and ready abuses of power allowed President Trump to sustain a cover up in plain sight on almost every front. That meant the hard proof on many infractions wasn’t quite there.

Enough for impeachment purposes? Sure. And if there’s pretty good evidence and the rest the President won’t release impeachment is certainly reasonable. On Ukraine, though, it was different. The smoking gun – actually multiple smoking guns – appeared on more or less day one. It was simply impossible not to act.

All of this has been fuzzed up, obscured by the fact that with the single exception of Mitt Romney Republicans decided none of it mattered. Loyalty to Trump trumped everything. There was video of the murder. Fingerprints on the gun. And the culprit confessed. But Republicans said they didn’t see a problem. Or there wasn’t enough evidence. And they wouldn’t allow any efforts to find more evidence.

This abdication of responsibility, really this attack on the constitution has tended to muddy up or confuse the matter. It has created the sense that somehow more was required or would have changed something. This is wrong. The crime against the constitution was the gravest possible. The evidence was complete, overwhelming and uncontested. No additional evidence, no additional crimes would have changed anything. Prosecutors frequently don’t charge a criminal with every crime. They charge with enough to secure ample punishment and go with the best case. In retrospect the narrow focus only brought into stark relief that congressional Republicans and virtually all Republican partisans were happy to countenance any Trump crimes.

Both on substance and politics Democrats did the right thing in impeaching President Trump and doing it in the way they did. As we’ve noted in other contexts, you can only control what you can control. Understanding what you can and cannot control is the essence of proper living and proper politics. Democrats could never compel Republicans to protect the constitution or admit what they knew President Trump had done. Democrats could only put Republicans to their test and show them fail. And that is exactly what happened.

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Posted 18 December 2020 - 05:20 PM

Adam Schiff's argument before the Senate, following the well publicized evidentiary hearing both in the House and the Senate, laid the case out for the public as well as it could have been done. That may well have contributed to the record turnout for both sides in the election and demonstrated clearly that there's more of us.

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Posted 29 December 2020 - 04:52 PM

The fact that the courts are still settling this is a f***ing joke.

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Lawmakers in House minorities can issue demands for records from the executive branch, a federal appeals panel held Tuesday.

In an 2-1 ruling first noticed by Politico, the D.C. circuit upheld a demand issued by Democrats on the House Oversight Committee in 2017 for documents relating to President Trump’s downtown D.C. hotel.

The decision — issued by Judge Patricia Millett — goes to an arcane 1920s law which created the seven-member rule. That statute authorizes any seven members of the House Oversight Committee, regardless of party affiliation, to go to any part of the executive branch and demand records.

In 2017, Democrats on the House Oversight Committee did just that, demanding information from the General Services Administration about President Trump’s lease agreement for his D.C. hotel.

GSA eventually rejected the requests, before House Democrats went to court to enforce the demand.

The ruling by Millett, an Obama appointtee, upholds the minority’s limited authority to issue these investigative demands, and comes as Joe Biden prepares to take office next month.

It also illustrates the slow churn that congressional investigations can experience when every step in an investigation must be litigated in the federal judiciary. After securing a majority in the House in 2018, Democrats launched broadsides of subpoenas to executive agencies and various third-party custodians of President Trump’s financial records.

Trump and the GOP chose to litigate those requests that focused on the President’s personal finances; the outcome of those cases remain pending.

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Posted 08 February 2021 - 03:10 PM

Evidence proof is pouring out that the Trump administration put politics before science time and time again, endangering the lives of millions of Americans, just to try to keep Dear Leader looking good.

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Startling documents released Monday point to heavy-handed interference by top Trump administration officials last summer to downplay the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic, through suppressed testing results and altered guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on reopening businesses and schools.

The documents are the result of a House Oversight investigation launched in September into reports of efforts by Trump political appointees at the Department of Health and Human Services to interfere with guidance issued by CDC in order to keep businesses open, even though evidence proved it could cost American lives.

The select subcommittee in charge of the investigation said Monday that it found that HHS officials sought to suppress accurate scientific information they felt could be “use[d] against the president,” according to the documents. They also found that Trump appointees with limited scientific experience “attempted to alter or block at least 13 CDC reports related to the virus.”

Those altered reports are said to have produced a false sense of security pushed by the CDC that allowed businesses and some schools to open, made people feel secure in public places, and downplayed the importance of wearing a mask.

According to one of the documents released, the Trump administration changed the guidance for the “explicit purpose of reducing testing and allowing the virus to spread while quickly reopening the economy.”

On Sept. 11, 2020, for example, top Trump HHS adviser Paul Alexander emailed senior COVID Task Force adviser Scott Atlas about a forthcoming CDC report on deaths in young people, which Alexander claimed that, despite being true, was “very duplicitous to damage the administration.” He tried to engage Atlas to help “craft an op-ed .. disputing the reporting for on face value, it is meant to mislead,” according to the documents.

In the email, which is part of the cache of documents released Monday, Alexander warned, “The timing of this is meant to interfere with school re-opening and we need to get something out fast to preempt this in the next day or so and I can work with you on it.”

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Posted 08 February 2021 - 05:04 PM

View PostLFC, on 08 February 2021 - 03:10 PM, said:

Evidence proof is pouring out that the Trump administration put politics before science time and time again, endangering the lives of millions of Americans, just to try to keep Dear Leader looking good.

Looks like House Democrats aren't remotely done with their investigaiton.

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Clyburn wrote that the subcommittee is also seeking to understand the extent to which White House officials were pushing for a herd immunity strategy, in which enough people get sickened by the disease and recover to provide an immunity buffer.

Previous documents released by the subcommittee show that Alexander had floated the idea of pursuing such a strategy, urging in emails that officials let “infants, kids, teens, young people, young adults, middle aged [people]” get infected.

Alexander was a top deputy to Health and Human Services assistant secretary for public affairs Michael Caputo, the longtime Trump hype man and HHS official, and both men left the department in mid-September.

A spokesperson for the Trump administration HHS previously told TPM that Alexander’s emails “absolutely did not shape department strategy,” and minimized his role, describing him as a temporary advisor.

A revelation from the subcommittee in December appeared to show that the higher-ups tried to cover their tracks where Alexander was involved.


Trump's man at the FDA calls for more independence at the agency.

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Former FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn said on an episode of the In The Bubble podcast released Monday that a “serious conversation” should take place about carving out an independent role for the regulator.

Trump pressed Hahn for months, in public and private, to authorize COVID-19 vaccines for use before the November election and before clinical trial data showed that they worked.

" 'Individual conscience' means that women only get contraceptives if their employers, their physicians, their pharmacists, their husbands and/or fathers, pastors, and possibly their mayors, Governors, State Secretaries of Health, Congressmen, Senators, and President all agree that in that particular case they're justifiable." --D.C. Sessions

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Posted 16 February 2021 - 11:21 AM

The Democrats aren't letting the Republican domestic terrorist uprising against America go with the impeachment of Donald Trump. They are going to investigate and extract every detail they can. In other words they're going to keep this alive for a long, long time. Expect crocodile tears and lying, self-serving squeals for "unity" and "healing" from Republicans desperate to shove the indefensible under the rug.

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced on Monday a new move toward getting to the bottom of the violent insurrection at the Capitol that ex-President Donald Trump incited on January 6.

Pelosi cited in her announcement the evidence presented at Trump’s Senate impeachment trial, which ended with his acquittal on Saturday, and Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré’s review of the Capitol’s security measures.

“It is clear from [Honoré’s] findings and from the impeachment trial that we must get to the truth of how this happened,” the Democratic leader said.

“To protect our security, our security, our security, our next step will be to establish an outside, independent 9/11-type Commission” to investigate the siege, she continued.

House investigators are currently probing the lead-up to the siege and the security failures that allowed the mob of Trump’s followers to breach the Capitol. Acting Chief of Capitol Police Yogananda Pittman and several other senior officials at the agency have testified in front of the House Appropriations Committee.


It will be interesting if Kevin McCarthy gets called to testify about the infamous Trump phone call. It certainly seems like an appropriate move.

I'd just like to note that once the whining about time spent starts we need to remind Republicans that they "investigated" Bill Clinton for 4 years to find he lied about a BJ. They "investigated" Benghazi for 2-1/2 years. Surely an assault by thousands to shut down the certification of a presidential election is vastly more important than either of those.
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"That's the problem with being implacable foes - no one has any incentive to treat you as anything more than an obstacle to be overcome."

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Posted 16 February 2021 - 11:50 AM

View PostLFC, on 16 February 2021 - 11:21 AM, said:

The Democrats aren't letting the Republican domestic terrorist uprising against America go with the impeachment of Donald Trump. They are going to investigate and extract every detail they can. In other words they're going to keep this alive for a long, long time. Expect crocodile tears and lying, self-serving squeals for "unity" and "healing" from Republicans desperate to shove the indefensible under the rug.




It will be interesting if Kevin McCarthy gets called to testify about the infamous Trump phone call. It certainly seems like an appropriate move.

I'd just like to note that once the whining about time spent starts we need to remind Republicans that they "investigated" Bill Clinton for 4 years to find he lied about a BJ. They "investigated" Benghazi for 2-1/2 years. Surely an assault by thousands to shut down the certification of a presidential election is vastly more important than either of those.

Ha Ha! It's time for moving on dontcha' know? There's a pandemic happening, gotta get right on it!

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Posted 03 March 2021 - 12:31 PM

Looky what just popped up again.

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The House Oversight and Reform Committee has reissued a subpoena for former President Donald Trump’s tax and other financial records arguing it needed the documents to address “conflicts of interest” by future presidents.

In a court filing first reported by Reuters on Tuesday, House lawyers told a judge that the House Oversight Committee reissued a subpoena to Trump’s accounting firm on Feb. 25.

Tuesday’s court filing included a Feb. 23 memo from committee chair Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) asserting that her committee had previously been denied access to the “key information” which it needed to address ethics concerns about conflicts of interest.

“For more than 22 months, the committee has been denied key information needed to inform legislative action to address the once-in-a-generation ethics crisis created by former President Trump’s unprecedented conflicts of interest,” Maloney said in the memo.

According to Maloney, the call for Trump’s tax records “remains just as compelling now as it was when the Committee first issued its subpoena” in 2019 which had expired with the new Congress, in order to verify key facts and tailor legislative reforms.

" 'Individual conscience' means that women only get contraceptives if their employers, their physicians, their pharmacists, their husbands and/or fathers, pastors, and possibly their mayors, Governors, State Secretaries of Health, Congressmen, Senators, and President all agree that in that particular case they're justifiable." --D.C. Sessions

"That's the problem with being implacable foes - no one has any incentive to treat you as anything more than an obstacle to be overcome."

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""The GOP ... where every accusation is also a confession." --Progressive Whisperer

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Posted 05 March 2021 - 03:42 PM

The House impeachment manager is taking the Trumps to court for incitement. I love the Dems not just sweeping things under the rug. The pressure is on and they aren't letting up. I suspect we'll be getting more information even as the 2022 elections draw near.

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Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA), a House impeachment manager during the proceedings against Donald Trump last month, has taken the case that the former President committed incitement to court.

Swalwell filed a lawsuit Friday in D.C. federal court alleging that Trump and several of his associates violated federal civil rights rights laws, as well as local D.C. incitement and anti-terrorism statutes, in how they egged on the Jan. 6 insurrection.

The other defendants in the case are Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr.; Trump’s personal lawyer, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani; and Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), who is said to have helped plan the Jan. 6 pre-riot rally.

All three men joined then President Trump in speaking at the rally that preceded the ransacking of the Capitol as Congress was preparing to certify President Joe Biden’s victory.

“As a direct and foreseeable consequence of the Defendants’ false and incendiary allegations of fraud and theft, and in direct response to the Defendants’ express calls for violence at the rally, a violent mob attacked the U.S. Capitol,” the lawsuit alleged. “Many participants in the attack have since revealed that they were acting on what they believed to be former President Trump’s orders in service of their country.”

The lawsuit is the latest example of attempts to use civil litigation to hold Trump and his inner circle accountable for their election reversal plots. He and his advisors may have criminal exposure as well, with at least two jurisdictions probing his post-election conduct.

" 'Individual conscience' means that women only get contraceptives if their employers, their physicians, their pharmacists, their husbands and/or fathers, pastors, and possibly their mayors, Governors, State Secretaries of Health, Congressmen, Senators, and President all agree that in that particular case they're justifiable." --D.C. Sessions

"That's the problem with being implacable foes - no one has any incentive to treat you as anything more than an obstacle to be overcome."

"The 'Road to Serfdom' is really all right turns." --Progressive Whisperer

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