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WATCH: Jenna Ellis Cries, Whines, And Blames Trump As She Pleads Guilty To Election Crimes

Jenna Ellis, who served as an campaign attorney for failed former president Donald Trump and his attempts to overturn the 2020 election, pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting false statements and writings in a Georgia court this morning. She will pay $5,000 in restitution and serve 5 years on probation for her crimes.

During her allocution in court, Ellis blamed the ex-president and Rudy Giuliani for the legal mess she currently finds herself in.

Reading a statement as her voice broke and tears in her eyes, Ellis told the court:

“Thank you, Your Honor, for the opportunity to address the court. As an attorney who is also a Christian, I take my responsibilities as a lawyer very seriously, and I endeavor to be a person of sound moral and ethical character in all of my dealings.”

She added:

“In the wake of the 2020 presidential election, I believed that challenging the results on behalf of President Trump should be pursued in a just and legal way. I endeavored to represent my client to the best of my ability. I relied on others, including lawyers with many more years of experience than I to provide me with true and reliable information, especially since my role involved speaking to the media and to legislators in various states. What I did not do, but should have done, Your Honor, was to make sure that the facts the other lawyers alleged to be true were in fact true. In the frenetic pace of attempting to raise challenges to the election in several states, including Georgia, I failed to do my due diligence.”

Ellis concluded, “I believe in and I value election integrity. If I knew then what I know now, I would have declined to represent Donald Trump in these post-election challenges. I look back on this whole experience with deep remorse. For those failures of mine, Your Honor, I have taken responsibility already before the Colorado Bar who censured me, and I now take responsibility before this court and apologize to the people of Georgia. Thank you.”

The former Trump lawyer will also cooperate with Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis as she moves ahead with her racketeering case against the disgraced Trump and other defendants who have been charged with attempting to overturn the will of voters in the Peach State.

Trump is facing 91 counts of violating both federal and state laws with his actions during the 2020 election and after leaving office by illegally possessing classified document at his Mar-a-Lago resort.


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IRS Whistleblower Faceplants When Asked Why Trump-Appointed Prosecutor Says He’s Lying

An IRS special agent who claims he’s a Democrat was one of the star witnesses for House Republicans Thursday, alleging that the Justice Department prevented him from considering a full range of charges for President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.

However, when Joseph Ziegler appeared on CNN a few hours later, he was unable to explain why the former U.S. Attorney who made the charging decisions in the Hunter Biden case said Ziegler wasn’t telling the truth.

Host Jake Tapper asked Ziegler, “So, let me just, give you an opportunity to respond to some of the things that Democrats on Capitol Hill are saying. First of all, they’re saying, why would a Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney, David Weiss, lie?”

Ziegler responded:

“I have no idea what his motives or beliefs are. All I can do is present the facts to Congress and it’s for them to determine, and the American people and the administration to make the proper decision on how to move forward.”

“Do you know of criminal charges against Hunter Biden that were not filed that definitively, there’s evidence, proof that they should be filed and he should be facing justice for?” Tapper inquired.

“So, again, meeting with the assigned attorneys, and that included Department of Justice tax attorneys all agreed for felony and misdemeanor tax charges related to 2017, 2018, and 2019,” said Ziegler. “I didn’t see that in the charges document that was filed in Delaware.”

Tapper: “And those charges would have been for what? Undeclared income?”

“It would have been a false declared tax income. 7201, tax evading,” Ziegler asserted, though he neglected to mention that in most tax matters such as the one Hunter Biden pled guilty to, the matter is almost never leads to criminal charges once the taxes have been repaid to the IRS.


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James Comer Tried To Dunk On AOC And Wound Up Getting His A*s Handed To Him

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) thought he’d take a cheap shot at President Joe Biden’s age, but quickly got his jibe thrown back in his face by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).

The back-and-forth between the two began when Ocasio-Cortez brought up the fact that Republicans have attempted to roll back the number of cockpit training hours required for the licensing of commercial airline pilots.

That led Comer to remark with a shit-eating grin on his face, “I’m amused that the gentlelady is concerned about raising the age regulation that limits the age for pilots when there’s a shortage of pilots, but they’re OK with a president of the United States who’s more than 20 years older than the minimum age.”

Ocasio-Cortez quickly corrected Comer.

“Mr. Chairman, since you’re referring to me it’s not age. It’s training-hour time — the number of hours that an individual’s training, not the age.”

Comer then attempted a comeback, but it fell flat:

“Well, part of the regulation is the age as well.”

Others on Twitter eagerly joined the online excoriating of Comer.


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Lindsey Graham Insists He’s Not In A Trump ‘Cult,’ But Twitter Users Brought The Receipts

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) wants the world to know that while he resolutely defends and supports failed former president Donald Trump no matter what crimes he’s charged with, he’s not in a Trump “cult” and considers the suggestion to be downright absurd.

During an appearance on Fox “News” Tuesday, HuffPost notes, Graham was asked about the day’s events, especially the arraignment of Trump on federal criminal charges ranging from obstruction of justice to violating the Espionage Act, by Fox host Jesse Watters.

Watters played footage of Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state and Trump’s 2016 Democratic rival, describing the GOP as “more of a cult than a political party at this point” because they are sticking with Trump, who on Tuesday was arraigned on charges relating to the mishandling of classified documents after he left the White House.

“Are you in a cult, Senator?” Watters asked Graham.

Rather than respond directly with a yes or no answer, Graham began attacking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

“I’m an American who believes that if you believe Hillary Clinton should be prosecuted, you probably should believe that Trump should be prosecuted. If you believe she should get a pass, Trump should get a pass.”

The South Carolina Republican added, “No, I’m not in a cult.”

“You know, I have taken the president on when I think he’s wrong, but what they’re doing to President Trump is a game changer for the presidency.”

“They’ve taken the law and turned it upside down on numerous occasions to get him,” Graham added.

Lindsey isn’t in a cult, but he repeatedly twists himself into the shape of a pretzel in order to defend Trump no matter what laws the disgraced one-term ex-president breaks or how many insurrections he spawns.

Lindsey isn’t in a cult, and yet he can’t bring himself to denounce Trump and walk away.

You’re not in a cult, Lindsey? Then how do you explain these receipts Twitter users saved?


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WATCH A GOP Senator Defend Trump Despite His Being Found Guilty Of Sexual Assault

Not long after a jury in New York found failed former president Donald Trump guilty of sexually assaulting writer E. Jean Carroll and then defaming her when she came forward with the accusation, a Republican senator appeared on Fox News and eagerly defended the disgraced ex-president/sex offender.

Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) was being interviewed by Fox host Neil Cavuto, who asked him, “While I have you, Senator, I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention, you know, former President Trump has been found liable for battery in an alleged 1996 attack on E. Jean Carroll. The jury has ruled that he has to pay her $5 million. He’s going to appeal, but this is the latest case. There are probably others. I’m just wondering whether you think that dings him as a potential presidential nominee for your party,”

Hagerty tried to deflect the question and change the subject.

“Neil, we’ve been watching this legal circus in Manhattan unfold. This is just the latest act in it. Uh, I, I don’t think this is having an impact on the American public’s viewpoint. I think the American public is very focused on what’s happening to the real economy right now. Look at what happens at our border right now. We’re about to lose Title 42. We’re about to have another, you know, increase in the crisis there. Look around the globe at the, you know, the various crises that have been precipitated by this administration. I think that’s where the focus of the American public is right now, and they’re gonna be looking for leadership to solve that,” the senator responded. “Joe Biden is not the one to deliver that leadership.”

Cavuto then inquired, “So someone like an Asa Hutchison, the former Arkansas governor running for president says that the president should step down facing all of these legal battles. He was referring first and foremost, obviously, to this earlier case. I’m just wondering whether you agree that maybe another nominee wouldn’t have as many as many burdens, whether justified or not.”

Once more Hagerty refused to utter a single word of criticism against his political lord and savior.

“No. Neil, I think we’ve seen President Trump under attack since before he became president. This has been going on for, for years, and he’s been amazing in his ability to weather these sorts of attacks. The American public has been amazing in their support for him through all of it.”

It’s been said before but it needs to be repeated: The GOP has become a cult and their cult leader is none other than Donald J. Trump.