1. The fact that the Capitol was overrun and sacked and there was no effort whatsoever to evacuate the president from DC to a secure, remote location tells you all you need to know about who launched and directed the attack.

    1. @Louis Tully I appreciate that you have a separate and completely unrelated issue you’d like to discuss, but maybe it would be best to keep things on topic. ๐Ÿ‘

  2. The minute they release Trump mugshot, I’m getting t-shirts made. No makeup. No hairspray. Trump will go nuts in prison. ๐Ÿฅถ

    1. Sorry folks,I already photoshopped his photo and shirts are being printed now.๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

    1. After 500 guilty convictions after Jan 6th I suspect even his most fervent supporters are not going to be as blind loyal as Jan 6th.

  3. If Trump actually goes to jail, even for a day, I donโ€™t want any other Christmas presents this year. โค

  4. Thanks Jake for having Maggie on to give us a clear headed, concise explanation on an “anxious” Trump, and where we are likely to go from here. Great guest, and great reporting.

  5. This may be a trivial case to indict Trump on but hopefully it’s the pebble that starts the avalanche. Thumbs up to Alvin Bragg for having the courage and showing other prosecutors it can be done. May Georgia and others follow suit.

    1. LL Luke. Hi here. The key word is indeed “hopefully”. HOwever, I am sure that the prosecutors investigating other potential crimes are doing their job with determination and professionalism. Good night and good luck.

  6. When my Grade School teachers told us “Anyone can become President”.. They weren’t kidding. ๐Ÿ˜„

  7. “Republicans say ‘let’s just move on’.” That’s exactly what I remember them saying during the Nixon impeachment hearings. Yes, I agree: let’s just move on – after indictments and convictions for law breaking activities, as would be the case for any others of us.

  8. A candidate who thinks indictments will “help him politically” says more about the morons who support him than it says about the candidate.

    1. @Mister Hat I would consider others in this comment section. Much more troll-like then my statements. For instance “Are you going to new york to protest when donald trump surrender’s tuesday or will you be typing stuff on utube or facebook all day?”

      Trolling is to come on here to intentionally piss off others and make childish statements and insults to get at the opposition. Does anything I have stated here compare?
      I simply state the oppositional viewpoint, so we can have a debate. Yet, It is clear that this isn’t the intention of the TRUE trolls on here.
      But maybe the above comment is the way the left does a debate, I am honestly questioning that it this point. I get comments like this much more often then comments with actual substance.
      I hope this helps you understand what true trolling is.
      By the way, feeling gratification that not one person on here can intellectually debate me or “out troll me” is not the signs that I am trying to troll. I am simply responding to Troll comments.

      Should I not respond to troll comments and just let their childish insults go? Or should I beat them at their own game?

    2. @barley hopps If that is true, then it would be nice if more than two knew Jesus. If Jesus were to come to America today the Christians wouldn’t know Him, they wouldn’t want Him here, they would complain about Biden letting Him in and something about a border problem and how He is taking American jobs. They would deplore Him for giving to the poor. They would want Him deported. He would look around at all of those wearing the symbol His death and worshipping a man as a god, but not His God, not His Father, and he would understand that this isn’t a place for him. I mean, it’s going to take more than a few miracles and a marathon across Lake Michigan to convert these people into anything close to living the Word that He spoke 2000 years ago.

  9. The NY indictment is only a prelude to what awaits him in GEORGIA. This is my opinion the prosecutors are letting the NY indictment go forward first before heโ€™s hit with what I believe to be a massive INDICTMENT in GEORGIA.

  10. LOCK HIM UP. I hope the people hit the streets in solidarity once heโ€™s booked ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ. A party๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

  11. If he actually is arrested and has to go through the process, I feel sorry for anyone who has to deal with him.
    He is going to bully and threaten every single person along the line, from the arresting officers to the guy who handles the fingerprints, and so forth.

  12. It’s pretty sad that someone being held accountable for a crime in Washington is considered an
    “unprecedented action”

  13. “I could be arrested, perp walked and strip searched on 5th Avenue and not lose any supporters” – coming soon.

  14. He’s not just anxious he’s scared. It’s a proper reaction from a man child whose never had to face criminal consequences for his criminal behaviors.

  15. Not defending Trump, but who isn’t “very anxious” at the thought of being arrested. Most people panic when a cop pulls behind them in traffic — doesn’t matter if they’re not doing anything wrong.

  16. Just remember this is just one of many coming for him. He’s still in major trouble with January 6

  17. I’m sincerely hoping that this is the first of multiple indictments across the entire country both State and Federal and I for one want to see him made accountable for every possible thing he has done not only to punish him but to deter anyone from behaving like this in the future โ€ผ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

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