In very interesting January 6 news, Stewart Rhodes was convicted of seditious conspiracy regarding the violence that day. It wasn't hard--they had Rhodes talking about civil war and 1776. His mess of people weren't just being security for Roger Stone--they were intentionally looking to disrupt the process of government and take the results of the election into their own hands.
It was an insurrection.
Ah well. All kinds of people were there. But so many claim they thought they were doing what Trump wanted them to do.
This is because the people swarming the Capitol on 1/6 were taking all their cues from Trump's disinformation about the election fraud that wasn't and saw an opportunity for the overthrow of government. The possibility of being the top dogs in a dog-eat-dog world.
These dogs are getting kenneled.
Anyhow, in other news, Mark Meadows is going to have to testify in Fulton County, just like Lindsey Graham did. Stephen Miller testified before a federal 1/6 grand jury. Tony Ornato testified before the 1/6 Committee and so did KellyAnne Conway.
It just seems like a whole lot of TrumpWorld business is going to get aired out. And it seems like Trump never expected that aired out life. But he's very welcome to it.