The majority of Americans believe that the January 6 Parliamentary riot was an attack on democracy.

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Rudolph Giuliani’s Actual Legal Defense: These Democrats are plotting!

Drew Angeler / Getty After pushing through many of the unfounded conspiracy theories that cast doubt on the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, former New York City Mayor and Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said that Democrats did just that. I blame him for doing it. In February, a motion to dismiss a civil suit filed by Congressman Bennie Thompson (D-MS), the Democratic Chairman of the House of Representatives Homeland Security Commission, and the NAACP. The proceedings filed by Thompson in his personal position, among other things, demanded a “combat trial” in a speech prior to the riots, by radical groups and Republican vow guards and Republicans in parliament on January 6. Proud boys accusing Giuliani of inciting the Capitol riots confuse the proof of victory in the current President Joe Biden’s elections. However, after Trump’s defeat to Biden, Giuliani, who launched a full-blown information leak campaign, revealed a quirky story about an election stolen by Trump’s “bend.” Democrats, Venezuelan dictators and Republican voting machines, and Republican Turncourt now claim that Thompson and the other 11 lawmakers who signed the proceedings are engaged in most of the same. .. Federal Circle “Plaintiffs do not claim any particular facts that would trigger the inference that Giuliani and all other defendants had agreed and had a much more sweeping and heart-to-heart meeting. Plaintiffs alleged in an amended complaint. To work with the plan, the Defendant Proud Boys as “Shock Troopers,” to create an army of ferocious Trump supporters that could be instigated to disrupt and thwart election recognition. “Plaintiffs … President Trump and Giuliani have secret meetings with Proud Boys, Orskipers, Warboys, and Tario, where they engage in elaborate plans to launch a riot. It cannot be claimed that he came to a meeting of minds because of. “It continues. “This conspiracy theory is far more fantastic than the allegations of fraudulent elections that plaintiffs allegedly caused the parliamentary riots.” In another proceeding, Oath, a far-right organization composed primarily of former law enforcement officers. Keeper’s lawyer army veterans have called for Thompson’s proceedings to be revoked for many of the same reasons. The group moved away from the actions of individual members on January 6, and Thompson’s allegations against Oath Keepers moved to the district for those who claimed to act “the members” or on their behalf, but by filing. And just because the rioters wore Oath Keepers equipment, they didn’t represent the Oath Keepers. “Members of Defendant Oath Keepers wore paramilitary equipment, helmets, reinforced vests, and Oath Keepers equipment,” said one section of the Thompson proceedings. Indeed, Oath Keepers admits. However, the motion continues. “The claim is that someone wore an Oath Keepers patch or tool, so they have declared that they must be members of the Oath Keepers … this is a military jacket. It’s like someone who appeared in. Represents the Army. This is because the person who appears in the T-shirt labeled “US Marines” represents the Marines. It’s like saying that you are empowered to represent. All actions taken by a person wearing a T-shirt are representative of the Marine Corps. An army that just wears a T-shirt. “Clothing articles do not imply membership or approval of an organization. They do not imply agents,” the group claims. Perhaps the toughest and most exaggerated motion to dismiss comes from Trump himself, who was individually nominated in the Thompson proceedings. Still, he insists, they are all “chosen to foresee.” [sic] Their pledge to uphold and uphold the Constitution by attempting to undermine the First Amendment by filing this proceeding, based on a long-standing public grudge against President Trump. In fact, Trump’s move, co-speaking with Thompson. “We continue to repeat the same unfounded and misleading allegations rejected by the Senate during the second unsuccessful condemnation attempt earlier this year.” Trump failed to deploy his administration’s COVID-19 test. He famously said he was “not responsible at all” for that. Last year, while blaming Barack Obama for the problem, he took the same trick to his dismissal move. “Plaintiffs are trying to weave a fictional story of a conspiracy between Mr. Trump and others based on out-of-context political speeches and independent personal actions. I had never contacted him. ” In addition, Mr. Trump reasserts that his mission as president qualifies him for “absolute immunity.” “The president must be decisive,” the motion argues. “Often when making very important decisions in historical proportions, it is imperative that their discretion be uncolored or uncool, fearing that their actions will bring civil liability. It matures during or after the term of office. ”In a statement to Daily Beast, Thompson’s leading lawyers, Joe Cellars and Janet McCarthy Wallace, said: Congress seeks to avoid all possible legal liability for their anomalous attacks on our democracy by recognizing free and fair elections. Thompson and the NAACP filed their first proceedings under the Ku Klux Klan Act, a 1871 law aimed at prohibiting violent interference with parliamentary activities. .. The other 11 house members involved in the proceedings were Congressman Maxine Waters (D-CA), Karen Bass (D-CA), Barbara Lee (D-CA), Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), and others. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), Steve Cohen (D-TN), Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ), Veronica Escobar (D-TX), Hank Johnson (D-GA), Mercy Captor (D-OH). .. Did you get a hint? Send it to The Daily Beast here. Put your top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now! DailyBeast Membership: Beast Inside digs deeper into the stories that matter to you. learn more.