A recent philosophy paper: ‘In what follows, some of the claims I will be critically discussing may offend some readers. Unfortunately, it is impossible to argue against these potentially offensive claims without mentioning them. I regret that we are faced with this challenge.’
You can always tell a well-prepared deposition witness because when their lawyer asks fake-calmly "do you have the question in mind?" they flinch because they know that means YOU FUCKING IDIOT SHUT YOUR FOOL MOUTH AND LISTEN TO THE QUESTION OR I WILL DISEMBOWEL YOU
If you want to take a wild trip into the political upside-down, check out the archives of Erick Erickson's nuked "Resurgent" blog.
Take this post from July 2016, when Erick accurately predicted how Russiagate would unfold.
New: Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco tells CNN that federal prosecutors are reviewing fake Electoral College certifications sent to the National Archives that declared Trump the winner of states he lost.
If Florida Republicans’ new anti-gay bill passes, parents can sue a public school that “encourage[s] classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity” in a manner that is not “developmentally appropriate.” If they win, parents get damages and attorneys’ fees.
Afternoon session of Zoom depo. Multiple audio failures and lawyers from 3 of 10 locations are attempting to communicate with hand-lettered notes on yellow legal pads, which they are holding either too close or too far from the camera.
I heard public defender Robert Baum whisper to someone in the audience that Avenatti is going pro se and that “this was always coming.” I ducked out when it became obvious Furman was going to approve so I could update here but am headed back in now to hear the rest of it.
Capitol rioter Jeramiah Caplinger quoted a “Game of Thrones” character in a social media post two days after the attack. In this footnote, prosecutors provide an episode recap for those who don’t have HBO.
Oh, man. Michael Avenatti just dumped his public defenders in court and will represent himself moving forward against charges he stole $300,000 from Stormy Daniels.
This means Avenatti will be cross examining Daniels when she takes the stand tomorrow.
Interesting catch by Twitter's lawyers. Trump's lawyers, who are trying to persuade a court that Twitter plotted with the gov't, said a congressional memo dealt with limiting "[conservative] content" on the site.
What it actually said was "misinformation and extremist content."