The 14th Amendment Crew
Thursday, September 7th, 2023
*We had some issues with the recording on this episode. Some of it had to be stitched together a bit. Do not adjust your podcast players.
Today, in the Hot Notes: Fulton County Judge McAfee has denied Kenneth Chesebro’s motion to sever from Sidney Powell; a federal judge has ordered Texas to remove it’s floating barrier and stop any construction of additional barriers pursuant to a DoJ lawsuit; E. Jean Carroll has won her second defamation suit against Trump with the trial date set to determine damages; Yuscil Taveras has signed a cooperation agreement with Special Counsel Jack Smith’s office; Judge Engoron in NY has denied Trump’s motion to delay the NYAG’s fraud trial set to begin October 2nd; both sides rest in the Navarro criminal contempt trial with closing arguments scheduled for tomorrow; Special Counsel David Weiss will attempt to indict Hunter Biden by September 29th on the gun charge; the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington has sued to keep Trump off the ballot in Colorado under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment; a Special Counsel has filed a professional misconduct complaint against the state’s Republican Attorney General; Leonard Mack has been exonerated by DNA evidence 47 years after his wrongful conviction; plus Allison and Dana deliver your Good News.
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