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Posted: Dec 4, 2020 - 12:55pm

Trumpworld Declares War on ‘Fool’ Trumpist Lawyer Lin Wood
After Wood encouraged a boycott of the Georgia runoff, the president’s campaign suggested he was a Democratic plant.
The late-night Twitter post was just the latest instance of Team Trump trying to slay the Frankenstein monster it created: the pro-Trump, conspiracy-theory-propagating lawyers who will allege practically anything in the service of nullifying this year’s presidential results. The damage control has included not just a presidential phone call but an array of Republican operatives and officials calculating how to discredit these right-wing attorneys who’ve pledged allegiance to Trump.

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Posted: Dec 4, 2020 - 10:23am



 steeler wrote:


 R_P wrote:
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How Is Trump’s Lawyer Jenna Ellis ‘Elite Strike Force’ Material?
She bills herself as a “constitutional law attorney.” Her experience doesn’t align with the sort of lawyer she plays on TV.
Jenna Ellis broke into the legal profession in 2012 as a deputy district attorney in Weld County, Colo., a largely rural area that would soon make headlines for a failed attempt to secede from the rest of the state because some residents resented the growing dominance of more liberal communities to the south like Denver. Ms. Ellis prosecuted crimes like theft and assault, felonies of a different magnitude from the claims of sweeping fraud and criminal conspiracy she makes today as a top lawyer to President Trump.

It wasn’t long before she parlayed her law degree and experience as a prosecutor into jobs that thrust her beyond her corner of the state: She took a position with James Dobson, the evangelical heavyweight, joined the faculty at Colorado Christian University and started appearing on Denver radio as a legal commentator.

By late 2018, regular viewers of cable news would come to know Ms. Ellis as a “constitutional law attorney” — her preferred title — who aggressively came to Mr. Trump’s defense as he faced investigation and impeachment.

But a review of her professional history, as well as interviews with more than a half-dozen lawyers who have worked with her, show that Ms. Ellis, 36, is not the seasoned constitutional law expert she plays on TV.

In many ways, that makes her ideal for the role she has now fashioned for herself: She is a star player in the president’s theater of grievance and denial whose lack of relevant experience with the legal questions at hand has had no apparent bearing on her ability to present herself as someone of great authority. (...)

She holds herself out as an expert on the Constitution based on her self-published book and her teaching of pre-law classes to undergraduates. She has never appeared in federal district or circuit court, where most constitutional matters are considered, according to national databases of federal cases, and does not appear to have played a major role in any cases beyond her criminal and civil work in Colorado.

On paper, the Trump campaign calls her a senior legal adviser. She has recently appeared alongside Rudolph W. Giuliani and other Trump lawyers — a group Ms. Ellis described as an “elite strike force team” — at public hearings where she amplified the president’s false claims of widespread voter fraud.

Ms. Ellis’s work appears to largely be in a public relations capacity. The Trump campaign and its supporters have so far filed about 50 election-related lawsuits. She has not signed her name or appeared in court to argue a single one.

In a written statement responding to questions about her record, Ms. Ellis described herself as “a highly experienced and highly qualified attorney and expert in my field.” Any assertions to the contrary “cast me in a false light,” she said. The Trump campaign provided the name of one federal case in which it said Ms. Ellis had participated, in 2012, when she was a year out of law school. But her name is not among the lawyers listed in the decision, and the case was not heard in a regular federal court, but rather in an administrative tribunal. (...)

 
A TV lawyer, which also is what Rudy is at this point. 

 

I'm not a lawyer, but I play one on TV.  
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Posted: Dec 4, 2020 - 8:08am

steeler wrote:
A TV lawyer, which also is what Rudy is at this point.

If you want to hear Ken (Popehat) White shred the Trump legal team (and Rudy in particular) (and you should) listen to this.
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Posted: Dec 4, 2020 - 4:35am



 R_P wrote:
The best people (encore)
How Is Trump’s Lawyer Jenna Ellis ‘Elite Strike Force’ Material?
She bills herself as a “constitutional law attorney.” Her experience doesn’t align with the sort of lawyer she plays on TV.
Jenna Ellis broke into the legal profession in 2012 as a deputy district attorney in Weld County, Colo., a largely rural area that would soon make headlines for a failed attempt to secede from the rest of the state because some residents resented the growing dominance of more liberal communities to the south like Denver. Ms. Ellis prosecuted crimes like theft and assault, felonies of a different magnitude from the claims of sweeping fraud and criminal conspiracy she makes today as a top lawyer to President Trump.

It wasn’t long before she parlayed her law degree and experience as a prosecutor into jobs that thrust her beyond her corner of the state: She took a position with James Dobson, the evangelical heavyweight, joined the faculty at Colorado Christian University and started appearing on Denver radio as a legal commentator.

By late 2018, regular viewers of cable news would come to know Ms. Ellis as a “constitutional law attorney” — her preferred title — who aggressively came to Mr. Trump’s defense as he faced investigation and impeachment.

But a review of her professional history, as well as interviews with more than a half-dozen lawyers who have worked with her, show that Ms. Ellis, 36, is not the seasoned constitutional law expert she plays on TV.

In many ways, that makes her ideal for the role she has now fashioned for herself: She is a star player in the president’s theater of grievance and denial whose lack of relevant experience with the legal questions at hand has had no apparent bearing on her ability to present herself as someone of great authority. (...)

She holds herself out as an expert on the Constitution based on her self-published book and her teaching of pre-law classes to undergraduates. She has never appeared in federal district or circuit court, where most constitutional matters are considered, according to national databases of federal cases, and does not appear to have played a major role in any cases beyond her criminal and civil work in Colorado.

On paper, the Trump campaign calls her a senior legal adviser. She has recently appeared alongside Rudolph W. Giuliani and other Trump lawyers — a group Ms. Ellis described as an “elite strike force team” — at public hearings where she amplified the president’s false claims of widespread voter fraud.

Ms. Ellis’s work appears to largely be in a public relations capacity. The Trump campaign and its supporters have so far filed about 50 election-related lawsuits. She has not signed her name or appeared in court to argue a single one.

In a written statement responding to questions about her record, Ms. Ellis described herself as “a highly experienced and highly qualified attorney and expert in my field.” Any assertions to the contrary “cast me in a false light,” she said. The Trump campaign provided the name of one federal case in which it said Ms. Ellis had participated, in 2012, when she was a year out of law school. But her name is not among the lawyers listed in the decision, and the case was not heard in a regular federal court, but rather in an administrative tribunal. (...)

 
A TV lawyer, which also is what Rudy is at this point. 

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Posted: Dec 4, 2020 - 12:00am

Fact Check: Video From Georgia Does NOT Show Suitcases Filled With Ballots Suspiciously Pulled From Under A Table; Poll Watchers Were NOT Told To Leave
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Posted: Dec 3, 2020 - 9:14pm



 VV wrote:


 buddy wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
Whatever floats yer boat. You support islander's 2 unwarranted drive by personal attacks on me yet find fault with me when I push back and defend myself.

My current reaction to you is based upon your support of islander's blatant and long standing open hostility to me. I only told you how I will regard anything you initiate with me going forward based upon this event and your support for islander. Nothing more. You too must accept any responses to your positions, same as you insist that I do. This is my response to your support for islander.

You're no less partisan in your participation here than me. Quit pretending otherwise.

How you or anyone reacts to anything I post is on you / them. I'm not telling you how or what to do about anything. I just will not be bothering you directly as in the past.

Have a nice day.
 
Wrong again, buck0.

I don't know islander beyond knowing he's a member here. I can't recall ever having a direct conversation with him, although perhaps so in the 15+ years I've been here. I didn't read his posts to you, so whatever "long standing open hostility" you have between you is not my problem or concern. Your suggestion of collusion between us or support I supposedly have for him is either a random conclusion without much thought or  a paranoid conspiracy theory, which would be about right. 

I don't pretend that I'm not a partisan. I'm a proud lifelong progressive democrat who campaigned for McGovern at age 19 (my first voting election) and founded my college's Young Democrats Club that same year. Having said that, I voted for Reagan in 1984 because I believe I have an obligation to vote, and that year there was no way I could support Mondale-Ferraro & wasn't going to vote for Mickey Mouse. Your assertion that I "pretend otherwise" is a lie, which you well know.  By the way, do you vote or do you just bitch about the results?

You bother me indirectly, so no relief there.

Have a day.

 

So I don’t have any skin in the game of kurtster vs buddy or others but it is very enlightening to see the irony of the fact that kurtster doesn’t take well to being the recipient of a perceived â€œpersonal attack” while he cheers on Trump for doing the same thing to countless others. How do you reconcile the two? In my estimation kurtster should be praising buddy for willing to “get down in the mud with him” instead of bitching about it.

if you can’t stand the stink... get out of the sewer.
 

Funny how that’s works. All I’m doing is reflecting his act back to him in kind. Not my favorite pastime, but I’m weary of his unrelenting twisted logic & somewhat insulted he seems to believe we’re too stupid to see right through it. I’d call it tough love, but there’s no love lost here, unfortunately.

It is rather smelly down here.
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Posted: Dec 3, 2020 - 9:13pm

Suitcases pulled from under a table and the contents processed after observers sent home.
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Posted: Dec 3, 2020 - 8:42pm

Another one...
Trump team’s discredited fraud witness compared to SNL character
In her appearance before the house, Carone earned the rare distinction of making claims that were too bizarre for Rudy Giuliani, who has become a fount of unhinged election conspiracy theories in recent weeks.

Giuliani, who sat next to Carone at the Michigan hearing, was heard shushing her as she loudly spoke over a state representative, and could be seen wincing during some of her account of witnessing fraud.

On 13 November a Wayne county judge had decided that Carone’s claims “simply are not credible”, but that did not stop Trump’s team from bringing her to Wednesday’s hearing, where Carone added of the vote total:

“It’s wildly off, and dead people voted, and illegals voted.”

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Posted: Dec 3, 2020 - 8:11pm



 buddy wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
Whatever floats yer boat. You support islander's 2 unwarranted drive by personal attacks on me yet find fault with me when I push back and defend myself.

My current reaction to you is based upon your support of islander's blatant and long standing open hostility to me. I only told you how I will regard anything you initiate with me going forward based upon this event and your support for islander. Nothing more. You too must accept any responses to your positions, same as you insist that I do. This is my response to your support for islander.

You're no less partisan in your participation here than me. Quit pretending otherwise.

How you or anyone reacts to anything I post is on you / them. I'm not telling you how or what to do about anything. I just will not be bothering you directly as in the past.

Have a nice day.
 
Wrong again, buck0.

I don't know islander beyond knowing he's a member here. I can't recall ever having a direct conversation with him, although perhaps so in the 15+ years I've been here. I didn't read his posts to you, so whatever "long standing open hostility" you have between you is not my problem or concern. Your suggestion of collusion between us or support I supposedly have for him is either a random conclusion without much thought or  a paranoid conspiracy theory, which would be about right. 

I don't pretend that I'm not a partisan. I'm a proud lifelong progressive democrat who campaigned for McGovern at age 19 (my first voting election) and founded my college's Young Democrats Club that same year. Having said that, I voted for Reagan in 1984 because I believe I have an obligation to vote, and that year there was no way I could support Mondale-Ferraro & wasn't going to vote for Mickey Mouse. Your assertion that I "pretend otherwise" is a lie, which you well know.  By the way, do you vote or do you just bitch about the results?

You bother me indirectly, so no relief there.

Have a day.

 

So I don’t have any skin in the game of kurtster vs buddy or others but it is very enlightening to see the irony of the fact that kurtster doesn’t take well to being the recipient of a perceived â€œpersonal attack” while he cheers on Trump for doing the same thing to countless others. How do you reconcile the two? In my estimation kurtster should be praising buddy for willing to “get down in the mud with him” instead of bitching about it.

if you can’t stand the stink... get out of the sewer.
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Posted: Dec 3, 2020 - 12:53pm

The best people (encore)
How Is Trump’s Lawyer Jenna Ellis ‘Elite Strike Force’ Material?
She bills herself as a “constitutional law attorney.” Her experience doesn’t align with the sort of lawyer she plays on TV.
Jenna Ellis broke into the legal profession in 2012 as a deputy district attorney in Weld County, Colo., a largely rural area that would soon make headlines for a failed attempt to secede from the rest of the state because some residents resented the growing dominance of more liberal communities to the south like Denver. Ms. Ellis prosecuted crimes like theft and assault, felonies of a different magnitude from the claims of sweeping fraud and criminal conspiracy she makes today as a top lawyer to President Trump.

It wasn’t long before she parlayed her law degree and experience as a prosecutor into jobs that thrust her beyond her corner of the state: She took a position with James Dobson, the evangelical heavyweight, joined the faculty at Colorado Christian University and started appearing on Denver radio as a legal commentator.

By late 2018, regular viewers of cable news would come to know Ms. Ellis as a “constitutional law attorney” — her preferred title — who aggressively came to Mr. Trump’s defense as he faced investigation and impeachment.

But a review of her professional history, as well as interviews with more than a half-dozen lawyers who have worked with her, show that Ms. Ellis, 36, is not the seasoned constitutional law expert she plays on TV.

In many ways, that makes her ideal for the role she has now fashioned for herself: She is a star player in the president’s theater of grievance and denial whose lack of relevant experience with the legal questions at hand has had no apparent bearing on her ability to present herself as someone of great authority. (...)

She holds herself out as an expert on the Constitution based on her self-published book and her teaching of pre-law classes to undergraduates. She has never appeared in federal district or circuit court, where most constitutional matters are considered, according to national databases of federal cases, and does not appear to have played a major role in any cases beyond her criminal and civil work in Colorado.

On paper, the Trump campaign calls her a senior legal adviser. She has recently appeared alongside Rudolph W. Giuliani and other Trump lawyers — a group Ms. Ellis described as an “elite strike force team” — at public hearings where she amplified the president’s false claims of widespread voter fraud.

Ms. Ellis’s work appears to largely be in a public relations capacity. The Trump campaign and its supporters have so far filed about 50 election-related lawsuits. She has not signed her name or appeared in court to argue a single one.

In a written statement responding to questions about her record, Ms. Ellis described herself as “a highly experienced and highly qualified attorney and expert in my field.” Any assertions to the contrary “cast me in a false light,” she said. The Trump campaign provided the name of one federal case in which it said Ms. Ellis had participated, in 2012, when she was a year out of law school. But her name is not among the lawyers listed in the decision, and the case was not heard in a regular federal court, but rather in an administrative tribunal. (...)

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Posted: Dec 2, 2020 - 8:21pm



 kurtster wrote:
 

Uh, I backscrolled half a page and didn't see the source here, but I'm guessing your still sour about our exchange the other day. I'm sure you'd love it if no one ever called you on your BS, but as long as you post it I'm sure that myself or someone else will chime in to say "whoa dude, really?".   I'm likely more harsh than others because I don't really care about your feelings. You've demonstrated to myself and many others here that you're just not worth the extra consideration. Sorry if that bugs you, I'm sure you don't like me either so.... well I guess we won't be going to get Tiramisu after the movie. The world will spin on. 


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Posted: Dec 2, 2020 - 7:30pm

 buddy wrote:

Wrong again, buck0.

I don't know islander beyond knowing he's a member here. I can't recall ever having a direct conversation with him, although perhaps so in the 15+ years I've been here. I didn't read his posts to you, so whatever "long standing open hostility" you have between you is not my problem or concern. Your suggestion of collusion between us or support I supposedly have for him is either a random conclusion without much thought or  a paranoid conspiracy theory, which would be about right. 

I don't pretend that I'm not a partisan. I'm a proud lifelong progressive democrat who campaigned for McGovern at age 19 (my first voting election) and founded my college's Young Democrats Club that same year. Having said that, I voted for Reagan in 1984 because I believe I have an obligation to vote, and that year there was no way I could support Mondale-Ferraro & wasn't going to vote for Mickey Mouse. Your assertion that I "pretend otherwise" is a lie, which you well know.  By the way, do you vote or do you just bitch about the results?

You bother me indirectly, so no relief there.

Have a day.

 
Just to address some of the above.

Never suggested any collusion with anyone.  Just that you supported islander's 2 personal attacks on me.  You cited my reply to him in your remarks to me so it is fair on my part to conclude that you read the exchanges that led up to that point.  That you apparently did not and still made you remarks is what it is.  Maybe you should have back scrolled first.  But since you won't and still hold to your remarks, I'll hold to mine.

Yes, have not missed a presidential election since I cast my first vote for, wait for it ... McGovern at age 19.  Yes, I also feel an obligation to vote as well, regardless of circumstances.

Since I bother you indirectly perhaps you can go back and revitalize that old FB campaign that was organized about 10 years ago to get me removed from RP.  

I haven't forgotten that.  Beaker was also a target of that campaign.
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Posted: Dec 2, 2020 - 6:12pm

 pigtail wrote:
 R_P wrote:
 steeler wrote:
 R_P wrote:
More Looney Tunes...
Pro-Trump Attorney Lin Wood and Pardoned Michael Flynn Call for Trump to Declare Martial Law
Lin Wood, an Atlanta-based lawyer who says President Donald Trump asked him to join the effort to challenge Joe Biden’s election victory, is promoting a right-wing group’s call for Trump to declare martial law and use the military to oversee a new election. Retired Gen. Michael Flynn also promoted the call for martial law just a day after the Justice Department released the language of the extremely broad pardon Flynn received from Trump

We the People Convention, an Ohio group with Tea Party roots, made the call for martial law in a full-page ad in the right-wing Washington Times and a press release distributed Tuesday. As of Tuesday afternoon, the press release had been shared more than 70,000 times online. Wood tweeted a link to the press release, adding his own message: (...)

Nothing more “patriotic” than a call for martial law to overturn the results of a presidential election. Clearly these are people who love our country and revere our Constitution. 
 
Can't make a Trump Omelette™ without breaking some eggs...
 
This is a coup.  Who doesn't see that?  I can't believe these so-called patriots.  Absolutely batshit!
 
Every fascist is a patriot.
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Posted: Dec 2, 2020 - 5:29pm



 kurtster wrote:
Whatever floats yer boat. You support islander's 2 unwarranted drive by personal attacks on me yet find fault with me when I push back and defend myself.

My current reaction to you is based upon your support of islander's blatant and long standing open hostility to me. I only told you how I will regard anything you initiate with me going forward based upon this event and your support for islander. Nothing more. You too must accept any responses to your positions, same as you insist that I do. This is my response to your support for islander.

You're no less partisan in your participation here than me. Quit pretending otherwise.

How you or anyone reacts to anything I post is on you / them. I'm not telling you how or what to do about anything. I just will not be bothering you directly as in the past.

Have a nice day.
 
Wrong again, buck0.

I don't know islander beyond knowing he's a member here. I can't recall ever having a direct conversation with him, although perhaps so in the 15+ years I've been here. I didn't read his posts to you, so whatever "long standing open hostility" you have between you is not my problem or concern. Your suggestion of collusion between us or support I supposedly have for him is either a random conclusion without much thought or  a paranoid conspiracy theory, which would be about right. 

I don't pretend that I'm not a partisan. I'm a proud lifelong progressive democrat who campaigned for McGovern at age 19 (my first voting election) and founded my college's Young Democrats Club that same year. Having said that, I voted for Reagan in 1984 because I believe I have an obligation to vote, and that year there was no way I could support Mondale-Ferraro & wasn't going to vote for Mickey Mouse. Your assertion that I "pretend otherwise" is a lie, which you well know.  By the way, do you vote or do you just bitch about the results?

You bother me indirectly, so no relief there.

Have a day.

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Posted: Dec 2, 2020 - 4:30pm



 R_P wrote:
 steeler wrote:
 R_P wrote:
More Looney Tunes...
Pro-Trump Attorney Lin Wood and Pardoned Michael Flynn Call for Trump to Declare Martial Law
Lin Wood, an Atlanta-based lawyer who says President Donald Trump asked him to join the effort to challenge Joe Biden’s election victory, is promoting a right-wing group’s call for Trump to declare martial law and use the military to oversee a new election. Retired Gen. Michael Flynn also promoted the call for martial law just a day after the Justice Department released the language of the extremely broad pardon Flynn received from Trump

We the People Convention, an Ohio group with Tea Party roots, made the call for martial law in a full-page ad in the right-wing Washington Times and a press release distributed Tuesday. As of Tuesday afternoon, the press release had been shared more than 70,000 times online. Wood tweeted a link to the press release, adding his own message: (...)

Nothing more “patriotic” than a call for martial law to overturn the results of a presidential election. Clearly these are people who love our country and revere our Constitution. 
 
Can't make a Trump Omelette™ without breaking some eggs...
 
This is a coup.  Who doesn't see that?  I can't believe these so-called patriots.  Absolutely batshit!

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Posted: Dec 2, 2020 - 2:00pm

 steeler wrote:
 R_P wrote:
More Looney Tunes...
Pro-Trump Attorney Lin Wood and Pardoned Michael Flynn Call for Trump to Declare Martial Law
Lin Wood, an Atlanta-based lawyer who says President Donald Trump asked him to join the effort to challenge Joe Biden’s election victory, is promoting a right-wing group’s call for Trump to declare martial law and use the military to oversee a new election. Retired Gen. Michael Flynn also promoted the call for martial law just a day after the Justice Department released the language of the extremely broad pardon Flynn received from Trump

We the People Convention, an Ohio group with Tea Party roots, made the call for martial law in a full-page ad in the right-wing Washington Times and a press release distributed Tuesday. As of Tuesday afternoon, the press release had been shared more than 70,000 times online. Wood tweeted a link to the press release, adding his own message: (...)

Nothing more “patriotic” than a call for martial law to overturn the results of a presidential election. Clearly these are people who love our country and revere our Constitution. 
 
Can't make a Trump Omelette™ without breaking some eggs...
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Posted: Dec 2, 2020 - 1:06pm



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Pro-Trump Attorney Lin Wood and Pardoned Michael Flynn Call for Trump to Declare Martial Law
Lin Wood, an Atlanta-based lawyer who says President Donald Trump asked him to join the effort to challenge Joe Biden’s election victory, is promoting a right-wing group’s call for Trump to declare martial law and use the military to oversee a new election. Retired Gen. Michael Flynn also promoted the call for martial law just a day after the Justice Department released the language of the extremely broad pardon Flynn received from Trump

We the People Convention, an Ohio group with Tea Party roots, made the call for martial law in a full-page ad in the right-wing Washington Times and a press release distributed Tuesday. As of Tuesday afternoon, the press release had been shared more than 70,000 times online. Wood tweeted a link to the press release, adding his own message: (...)

 

Nothing more “patriotic” than a call for martial law to overturn the results of a presidential election. Clearly these are people who love our country and revere our Constitution. 
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Posted: Dec 2, 2020 - 12:53pm

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Pro-Trump Attorney Lin Wood and Pardoned Michael Flynn Call for Trump to Declare Martial Law
Lin Wood, an Atlanta-based lawyer who says President Donald Trump asked him to join the effort to challenge Joe Biden’s election victory, is promoting a right-wing group’s call for Trump to declare martial law and use the military to oversee a new election. Retired Gen. Michael Flynn also promoted the call for martial law just a day after the Justice Department released the language of the extremely broad pardon Flynn received from Trump

We the People Convention, an Ohio group with Tea Party roots, made the call for martial law in a full-page ad in the right-wing Washington Times and a press release distributed Tuesday. As of Tuesday afternoon, the press release had been shared more than 70,000 times online. Wood tweeted a link to the press release, adding his own message:

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Posted: Dec 2, 2020 - 12:07pm

Lies for Jesus, and likely lies for Trump...
Many Kansans remember Kline as a polarizing political figure, whether serving as a Republican state representative, state attorney general or Johnson County district attorney.

Kline’s desire to investigate and prosecute Kansas abortion providers was so fervent that he was found by a state disciplinary panel to have engaged in a pattern of unethical conduct, including presenting false testimony and illegally acquiring medical records of women planning abortions.

In the end, the Kansas Supreme Court determined there was “clear and convincing evidence” to require indefinite suspension of Kline’s law license in 2013.

Here is what the state Supreme Court said: “Ultimately, we unanimously conclude the weight of the aggravating factors — i.e., Kline’s inability or refusal to acknowledge the line between overzealous advocacy and operating within the bounds of the law and his professional obligations; his selfish motives; and his lengthy and substantial pattern of misconduct — weigh more heavily than the mitigating factors and merit his indefinite suspension.”

Kline’s attempts in federal court to reverse the state decision failed, including a request for the U.S. Supreme Court to consider his case.

In his day job, Kline was rendered an academic oddity — a University of Kansas law school graduate stripped of legal certification yet employed as an associate professor of law at Liberty University, the evangelical college in Lynchburg, Va.
Another fine lawyer to hitch your wagon to...
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