Trump insurrection hoax

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The Trump insurrection hoax was another conspiracy claim made by the Biden DOJ and special inquisitor Jack Smith alleging President Donald Trump was behind a plot to lead an insurrection against the United States Government in January 2021. At the direction of Socialist Premier Joseph Biden, Smith filed charges against President Trump in the summer of 2023,[1] then the 2024 Presidential election frontrunner, in an effort to interfere in the the 2024 presidential election and thwart American democracy. A series of indictments were brought in different venues.

The judge overseeing the DC persecution of Trump,[2] Judge Tanya Chutkan, according to the New York Post is "the scion of a family of revolutionary Marxists in her native Jamaica."[3] Robert Barnes alleged she is the granddaughter of hard core communists.[4] Chutkan worked at Boies Schiller Flexner law firm in DC at the same time Joe Biden's crackhead son Hunter Biden also worked there between 2010 and 2014; when Hunter Biden left the firm in 2014 to join the board of Burisma oil and gas in an influence peddling and bribery scheme for then Vice President Joe Biden, Hunter placed the firm on $250,000 retainer for Burisma.[5] On September 11, 2023 Trump attorneys filed a motion asking Chutkan to recuse herself, citing her prior statements suggesting bias.[6] CBS News reported "Judge Chutkan has, in connection with other cases, suggested that President Trump should be prosecuted and imprisoned. Such statements, made before this case began and without due process, are inherently disqualifying."[7]

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