Another Indictment on the Horizon for Trump

Atlanta Prosecutor Fani Willis implies that Trump will be indicted in the Georgia election probe this summer. She warns local law enforcement agencies of a potentially violent reaction to that key milestone in her two-year investigation in a letter to local law enforcement agencies, which was first reported by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. According to the letter, based on her election interference investigation into former President Donald Trump and his allies, Atlanta-area District Attorney Fani Willis will announce “charging decisions” this summer.

The House Judiciary Committee Has Been Given The Go-Ahead To Depose A Former New York Prosecutor In The Trump Case.

The public will soon learn more about New York’s decision to arrest former President Donald Trump in the Stormy Daniels case. Despite Alvin Bragg’s prior efforts to prevent House Republicans from meeting with his predecessor, former prosecutor Mark Pomerantz, the Manhattan District Attorney appears to be reading the room on this subject and has reached an arrangement with Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH).

Taibbi Accuses House Democrats of Sinking to New Lows

According to Stacey Plaskett, a Democrat who is a ranking member of the Subcommittee on the Weaponization of Government, Taibbi committed perjury by lying to Congress about the Twitter files. According to Mr. Taibbi, perjury is an allegation that carries a maximum prison sentence of five years. Taibbi replied to this ridiculous message by writing that the “House Democrats Have Lost Their Minds.”

Biden Lied, U.S. Troops In Ukraine

Following the leaks and drip-drip of information over the previous year, one legislator has demanded an explanation from the White House. Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL), who has flooded the docket in recent months with resolutions aimed at getting U.S. troops out of overseas missions he believes were not authorized by Congress, is now demanding that President Joe Biden reveal how many American military personnel are currently operating in Ukraine.

The Supreme Court Declared That $6 Billion In Student Loan Forgiveness For 200,000 Individuals Could Proceed

The Supreme Court just awarded thousands of student loan holders a win. On Thursday, the United States Supreme Court ordered that $6 billion in student debt relief be granted to 200,000 borrowers as part of a settlement from years-long litigation known as Sweet vs. Cardona. The case was initially launched in 2019 on behalf of borrowers with blocked borrower defense claims, or claims borrowers can bring if they feel the institution they attended cheated them. If granted, their debt would be forgiven.