What To Expect From The First Week Of The Rest Of Our Lives

What To Expect From The First Week Of The Rest Of Our Lives

The first week of the new year promises no shortage of melodrama in the US, where the Georgia runoffs will determine control of the Senate and dozens of congressional Republicans plan to stage what amounts to a symbolic protest against the certification of Joe Biden's win. News that Donald Trump attempted to convince Georgia officials to "find" enough votes to flip the state in his favor and thereby influence the Senate races added an extra wrinkle. The narrative around the runoffs hasn't chang
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  1. from Pence’s Chief of Staff statement: “welcomes the efforts of members of the House and Senate to use the authority they have under the law to raise objections and bring forward evidence before the Congress and the American people on Jan. 6th.” As usual Pence is walking the tightrope that has ensured his survival these last four years. From the quote the words “bring forward evidence” seem to reveal his personal belief that this is gambit leading to nothing, zip, zero as there has not been any evidence to date.

  2. This recorded phone call Saturday between Trump and Raffensberger… it’s just mind-boggling for my already-boggled mind. Translation: “Raff – I’m blackmailing you. Change the vote count, or else. Don’t care how you do it, just announce it”. How criminal, how treasonous, can this guy get and still go free? I’m baffled why the media is calling this “pressure” rather than “criminal behavior”.

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