DONALD TRUMP IS DEAD, Part 4: January 12, 2022 marks the day Department of Justice Files its Seditious Conspiracy Charges to Oath Keeper Founder and Others

The Department of Justice. | Patrick Semansky, File/AP Photo
  • Rhodes assembles his group of militants.
  • Trump’s administration, and Trump himself look the other way signaling in public codes their admiration.
  • The consultants of the President in The Willard check in.
  • The President gives his speech, the insurrection begins with mob attacks being recorded on video and through selfies being taken as they breach the Capitol.
  • Trump awaits the results in glee for three hours as police officers are assaulted on national TV, the US Capitol is looted by thugs, and as Congress members and even then Vice President Mike Pence flee for their lives before the members now give testimony, then acknowledgement of harm is appreciated.
  • In time, the actual dollars and how they flowed will be pinned down on this case.
  • During this process, great Republicans in the military and in DOJ and in Congress did their job in certifying President Biden.
Stewart Rhodes, founder of the Oath Keepers, speaks during a 2017 rally outside the White House. Susan Walsh/AP
Members of the Oath Keepers at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)
  • His gangsters in politics and on the street are still lucky that those with equal training and guns believe in civil and criminal law.
  • During the January 6 assault on Democracy, I wondered, having been in the Capitol often, why the guns were kept held back by the various agencies that know how to stamp down a mob.
  • Better to take down a coup attempt without counterforce, it turns out.
  • The criminals were self documented.
  • They are being arrested by the FBI and other agents like cowards at midnight and they will be held accountable.
  • Taking arms against our great government is not acceptable.
White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony Fauci listen as President Trump speaks at a coronavirus briefing at the White House on March 20, 2020.JABIN BOTSFORD/THE WASHINGTON POST
  1. Good luck Republican party.
  2. If you want a chance after the midterms, you must change now.
  3. Any alert person with political affiliations and instincts knows in their head and bones (after January 12) that Trump can not be vindicated.
  4. The bottom line is not in the chats or the hopes of those defeated.
  5. Listen to the wise counsel of lawyer David Kelly on these positions if you do not believe me.




Dr. Bruce Piasecki is the president and founder of AHC Group, Inc., NYT bestselling author, speaker, advisor on shared value and social response capitalism.

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Dr. Bruce Piasecki is the president and founder of AHC Group, Inc., NYT bestselling author, speaker, advisor on shared value and social response capitalism.

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