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Trump, an Italian hacker & a satellite fraudster

In an attempt to stop the transfer of power from Democrat Joe Biden to Trump, former President Donald Trump used presidential power to abuse the Justice Department.

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Trump, an Italian hacker & a satellite fraudster

In an attempt to stop the transfer of power from Democrat Joe Biden to Trump, former President Donald Trump used presidential power to abuse the Justice Department. 2021. This is evident from the fifth public hearing that was held by the Commission to investigate the attack on the Capitol on Jan 6. It also revealed that Thursday's (early in Spain) focus on Trump's plot to control judges, prosecutors. This led to the forced resignation by Attorney General Bill Barr on 12/14/2021.

The Republican leader and his aides put heavy pressure on the heads of the departments during the weeks and days that followed until January 20, when Biden was elected president. The Public Ministry representatives refused to stray from the established law line and rejected this campaign. Jeffrey Rosen, Richard Donoghue, the acting attorney general, and other prosecutors formed a united front against the former president and threatened to resign en bloc if another attorney general was appointed that is more in line with his interests in conducting an investigation. Illegitimate

Jeffrey Clark, an obscure environmental lawyer, is at the heart of this story. He saw an opportunity to climb the ladder in desperate times and decided to help the president. Clark armed with bizarre "Internet theories" regarding the hacking of voting machines by smart thermostats, bypassed his Justice Department bosses and asked directly for an interview with Trump. Clark met Mark Meadows, the chief of staff. He assured Clark that he would open his federal voter fraud investigation if appointed attorney general.

Alarmed by the possibility that a corrupt official could be replaced in the role, Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen summoned his team to request an urgent meeting with Trump. It took place at the Oval Office on January 3. It was Sunday. Some attendees wore weekend clothes. Trump brought several White House lawyers, including Clark, Meadows and Pat Cipollone.

Rosen and his team stood firm against Trump and demanded a block resignation from the entire department leadership if Clark was appointed to it. This moment is reminiscent of Nixon's 'Saturday Night Massacre' during Nixon's presidency. He attempted to overthrow the judiciary in order to suspend the independent prosecutor investigating him for corruption.

Rose, his deputy Donoghue, and Engel testified before Congress about the tense tug of war between a headstrong President and a department that has a track record of asserting independence from the White House. They recounted the tactics of the tycoon’s lawyers to prove the existence of an electoral fraud, rejection of dozens and the torrent of demands from President Obama and his allies that grew increasingly absurd as the days went by. . Trump demanded that the voting machines be confiscated, claiming that an Italian hacker had used them to favor Biden via satellite transmission. Another negative investigation was conducted into the plot, with the department claiming that it did not have legal authority to seize electoral hardware.

Trump was told by Donoghue, a former assistant attorney general, that the Justice Department cannot interfere with a state's election. "If a State conducts flawed elections it is up to either the state or Congress to rectify them." Donoghue replied that Trump wanted something simpler. "Just say that the election was corrupt, and leave the rest up to me and my fellow congressional Republicans." The Republican leader tried one more strategy in those moments of chaos and delirium to get prosecutors to admit electoral corruption. He wanted to send the statement to Congress and to create a national scandal that would put into doubt, at least in the media's eyes, Biden’s victory. The idea was rejected naturally. Pat Cipollone the president's attorney described the letter as a murder-suicide agreement that would "harm all who touched it."

Trump responded to the Public Ministry leadership by saying that it would be easiest to fire her and to make a leadership change. This group opposed him. Rosen warned him that hundreds of federal prosecutors would be forced to resign if he made that decision. This warning was effective: Trump would not be able to appoint substitutes. It also brought attention to his attempts to manipulate the electoral system. Finally, the outgoing president gave up on his attempts to take control of the department. The meeting was over by late afternoon. Three days later, hundreds stormed Washington's Capitol.


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