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Trump’s belief in defective election could be key to his defense, expert explains

by Bob Unruh


For Joe Biden’s administration, through the Department of Justice, to be able to charge and prosecute President Donald Trump for anything connected to the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the Capitol, their evidence must be more than “plausible.”

“It must be unassailable,” explains constitutional expert and law professor Jonathan Turley.

He wrote in an online column that that simply hasn’t happened yet, despite multiple public “hearings” held by Nancy Pelosi’s partisan committee assigned to investigate the events of that day.

It is partisan because Pelosi rejected nominees from the minority GOP for the committee, and instead recruited two anti-Trump members of the GOP who have aligned perfectly with the Democrat agenda against him. Further, her “hearings” have allowed no defense questions or defense testimony.



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