…from MicroSoft News, and MSNBC
[ Editor’s Note: Glenn Kirschner (see below) thinks that Jeffrey Clark should be disbarred and even charged for conspiracy with Trump. Clark went way over his head in presenting the DoJ’s alleged position on the election controversy, by misrepresenting it.
He even used the term “sworn witness testimony” which the courts had ruled over and over as inadmissible as hearsay, but designed to fire up the base with never ending accusations of fraud.
The New York Supreme Court stated this position for the record in suspending Rudy Giuliani’s law license. We are waiting on its ruling on whether to disbar Rudy.
Clark’s draft of an email to the Georgia legislature was refused to be signed by acting Attorney General Rosen, who later would be squeezed even more directly via Trump’s infamous phone call with Rosen asking him to state that the election was tainted with significant fraud, where notes were taken for evidence to be used after the fact, and they were.
I have added the Kirschner video below for his prosecutor’s viewpoint. He says that Clark’s even having discussed the states overthrowing the elections plan with Trump ties him in potentially as a conspirator, and is another nail in Trump’s coffin… Jim W. Dean ]
First published … August 05, 2021
Then-acting civil division chief Jeffrey Clark sent a draft letter on Dec. 28, 2020 that asked the governor and state legislature of Georgia to convene a special session that would examine mythical allegations of mass voter fraud perpetuated by President Trump, ABC reported.
…“While the Department of Justice believe[s] the Governor of Georgia should immediately call a special session to consider this important and urgent matter, if he declines to do so, we share with you our view that the Georgia General Assembly has implied authority under the Constitution of the United States to call itself into special session for [t]he limited purpose of considering issues pertaining to the appointment of Presidential Electors,” the memo reads, as reported by ABC.
Per the NYT, Clark also reportedly told Rosen to declare that the election had been tainted with corruption, and that Trump would install him as AG.
The department’s senior leaders were shocked when Mr. Clark’s machinations came to light.
They have spent recent weeks debating how he came to betray Mr. Rosen, his biggest champion at the department, and what blend of ambition and conviction led him to reject the results of the election and embrace Mr. Trump’s claims, despite all evidence to the contrary, including inside the department itself.