So the top line of the Mark Meadows power point was that Trump lost because of China...something, something, and the rest of the power point was really a load of crap worthy of Russian disinformation flooding.
Meadows likely is hoping for an amplification of the Big Lie when MSM gets hold of it. However, as the metadata suggests, the truly incriminating portions may have been scrubbed from the original. Two slides could even be missing.
So there wasn’t just the John Eastman memo, but a power point for the coup.
“The problem with calling in the National Guard is No. 1, you know, the military should have no role in elections."
2. The only thing I would trust are documents taken from images of the hard drives. If from clouds, I would want to see the logs. In particular, I would look for deleted and modified documents. What these subpoenas may have inadvertently done is give the conspiracy the road map
3. to what they needed to officiate or destroy. The conspiracy would have likely hired a firm to examine the drives. That's who I would be looking for. The good news is that if they were on a cloud the DOJ may have the images and logs. And the Committee is just an lure to
get the #nitwitcoup
to commit multiple 18 USC 1001 false statements that can be proven with the authentic images. Easy to prove in a jury and not related to any political crime. Just lying. Stacking multiple counts gets the crew looking at a long stretch and this kind of plan
5. might be why they all just suddenly stopped complying with the subpoenas. Again, this is analysis not fact reporting. I would never trust an electronic document given to me by a scoundrel.
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Legal expert and "Above the Law" writer Bradley Moss noted that the new revelations disclosed by Mark Meadows should be enough for the Justice Department to consider criminal conduct.
Meadows' revealed that the White House was in discussions with members of Congress about overthrowing the 2020 election and went so far as to produce a PowerPoint presentation about the options available "on the hill," the letter from House Select Committee Chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) explained.
A conspiracy between the White House and members of Congress to overthrow the election and circumvent the electoral college state electoral slates is enough to qualify for criminal conduct, Moss argued.