Former President Donald Trump claims he could declassify classified documents ‘just by thinking’
Former President Donald Trump seems to have fallen further into the world of QAnon after reposting a video on his own Truth social network containing images and slogans related to the fringe conspiracy.
A scene containing the U.S. Capitol building with lightning and the words “be like the Bible” and the phrase “prepared for the storm” was among images featured with the “Q” symbol. , denied knowing about the conspiracy, even though many of his supporters and the Capitol mob were involved in it.
Ahead of his Friday rally in Wilmington, N.C., several commentators accused the former president of “QAnon outreach” and suggesting his support for the fringe theory.
In other news, Trump’s attorneys actually believe the FBI planted incriminating evidence in documents seized from Trump’s home, or the former president is simply bluffing to save face. I was ordered to speak in one way or the other.
The latest behind-the-scenes efforts in the Trump lawsuit
Former President Donald Trump’s lawyers have reportedly taken testimony from White House advisers to the twice-impeached former president as part of a federal grand jury inquiry into the Jan. 6 attacks on the Capitol. has engaged in a closed legal battle to prevent the hearing of
Trump’s attorneys are fighting to defend Jan. 6 testimony from grand jury, report says
Trump’s team is reportedly asking a federal judge to respect the former president’s executive immunity claim and block the former White House aide from testifying before a grand jury.
Andrew FeinbergSeptember 23, 2022 21:33
Trump continues to insist on ‘truth’
In a bizarre recent post on Truth Social, Donald Trump shared an image from a supporter celebrating the former president as “the only one” after Jesus.
David TainterSeptember 23, 2022 21:32
ICYMI: Trump faced criticism over QAnon symbol at rally
Donald Trump came under fire earlier this week after performing a QAnon-related song in Youngstown, Ohio, wearing a ‘Q’-shaped pin, and referring to QAnon’s creed and slogan. .
“This is the week Trump became canon,” wrote an analyst at a rally supporting Republican Senate candidate J.D. Vance. “This is not a political statement. But it’s just that.
It remains to be seen if QAnon will appear again in North Carolina tonight.
Gustav Kirandel Here are the details:
Trump slammed for QAnon display at Ohio rally: ‘He went completely insane’
“Trump has always been psychotic, but this is on a whole new level.”
Gino SpokiaSep 23, 2022 21:05
Gates open at Wilmington International Airport
The aviation center gates at Wilmington International Airport, where Trump is rallying tonight, are scheduled to open at 2 p.m. local time, earlier than his 7 p.m. time slot.
according to carolina journalNorth Carolina Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson, Rep. David Lowther, Republican Regional Commissioner Michael Whatley, and Republican Rep. Bo Hines are scheduled to speak.
The rally supports the state’s Republican Senate candidate, Ted Budd, but most of the attention will go to the twice-impeached former president.
Gino Spokia20:25, September 23, 2022
Ted Budd Adopted Controversy – And Trump
Ahead of the November election and as the election day approaches, Republican candidates have distanced themselves from controversial policies and people: abortion and former President Donald Trump.
Ted Budd, the Republican senatorial candidate for North Carolina, said the Associated Press reported, “As Democrats battle for an elusive victory in battleground states in the South, they’re leaning toward abortion restrictions and a friendly relationship with a former Republican president.” It is reported that
Budd accepts Trump, abortion opposition in North Carolina Senate election
Republican Senate candidate Ted Budd of North Carolina has leaned into his support for abortion restrictions and allegiance to former President Donald Trump.
Gino SpokiaSep 23, 2022 19:45
How the AOC Was Responsible for the New York Investigation Against Trump
When New York Attorney General Letitia James announced Wednesday a $250 million civil lawsuit against former President Donald Trump, she specifically cited testimony from former Trump attorney Michael Cohen in 2019. .
The question that triggered Cohen’s response came in 2019 from fellow New Yorker James and Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Eric Garcia When Andrew Feinberg report:
How AOC Inadvertently Caused New York Attorney General’s Trump Lawsuit
“This inquiry began after Michael Cohen testified before Congress shed light on this wrongdoing,” says Letitia James.
Gino SpokiaSep 23, 2022 19:05
QAnon memes push Trump’s truth even further
Donald Trump has again been accused of falling further into the world of QAnon after sharing multiple images in a video that nod to conspiracy theories.
The QAnon meme appeared in a one-minute montage that the former president shared Thursday night on his own Truth social media platform.
Trump Falls Deep On QAnon With Post About ‘Santanist’
Meme montage comes after ‘QAnon’ theme song used in campaign rally
Gino SpokiaSep 23, 2022 18:25
Meta Considers Trump’s Facebook Account
Meta executive Nick Clegg says he will make a final decision on whether to reinstate Donald Trump’s Facebook account when his suspension from the social media platform expires next year.
Clegg, the company’s head of global affairs, said at an event in Washington, D.C., that allowing the temporary president to return to Facebook “is a decision I oversee and drive.” .
Graham Massey Here are the details:
Facebook executive Nick Clegg decides whether to reinstate Trump
Former president suspended from podium for comments on Jan. 6 riots
Gino SpokiaSep 23, 2022 17:45
Biden prepares for rally in Florida
Joe Biden plans to hold a rally in Florida next week to build momentum for the next presidential election in 2024.
Donald Trump or Governor Ron DeSantis. Tilt to run.
Biden lost the state by 3 points in 2020.
Gino SpokiaSep 23, 2022 17:05
Trump was called ‘Orange Jesus’ on Jan. 6
Liz Cheney said one of the House Republicans who opposed the outcome of the 2020 presidential election called former President Donald Trump an “orange Jesus” just hours before Jan. 6. rice field.
Liz Cheney says pro-Trump colleague tweeted: ‘What we do for orange Jesus’
Cheney lost the Republican primary last month.
Gino SpokiaSep 23, 2022 16:25