Trump INSTANTLY VIOLATES Court Order in Wisconsin

MeidasTouch
1 May 202414:17

Summary

TLDRThe transcript details Donald Trump's activities during his day off from a criminal trial in Manhattan, where he is expected to attend a hearing on contempt charges for violating a gag order. Instead, Trump travels to Wisconsin and Michigan, where he delivers a speech that allegedly violates a Washington DC criminal case gag order, which prohibits him from making statements that could intimidate or harass trial participants and witnesses. The speech includes remarks about Cassidy Hutchinson, a key witness in the case against Trump for attempting to overturn the 2020 election results. The summary also highlights the DC Circuit Court of Appeals' affirmation of the gag order and Trump's documented pattern of speech that poses a significant threat to the criminal trial process. The transcript concludes with a discussion on identity theft and a promotion for LifeLock's identity theft protection services.

Takeaways

  • 🚨 Donald Trump is accused of violating a gag order by making public statements about a key witness, Cassidy Hutchinson, in the Washington DC criminal case against him.
  • 🗣️ Trump's statements during a speech in Wisconsin are claimed to be defamatory, intimidating, and harassing towards Hutchinson, who testified before the January 6th committee and is expected to testify in the DC case.
  • 📜 The DC Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a gag order that prohibits parties from making public statements about known or reasonably foreseeable witnesses in the case.
  • 🤔 There is a concern that Trump's public remarks could undermine the integrity of the trial process and influence witnesses' willingness to participate fully and candidly.
  • 📊 The gag order is meant to protect the trial's truth-finding function and the content of witnesses' testimony and evidence.
  • 🚫 Trump's past pattern of speech has been recognized by the courts as posing a significant threat to the criminal trial process.
  • 📝 The courts have the authority to shield witnesses from external influences, including instructing them not to discuss their testimony with others.
  • 📢 The gag order is significant because it prevents Trump from communicating with witnesses directly, which he cannot evade by making public statements expecting the witness to hear them.
  • 🎤 In the same speech, Trump also made remarks about a vegan restaurant and bragged about overturning Roe v. Wade, showcasing his tendency to touch on various topics.
  • 📉 Trump criticized President Biden's job numbers as being 'fake,' accusing Biden of inflating the numbers by counting people returning to work.
  • 📺 The script is a transcript from a video that discusses legal and political issues surrounding Donald Trump's cases, his public statements, and their implications.

Q & A

  • What is the significance of the gag order in the Washington DC criminal case against Donald Trump?

    -The gag order is in place to prevent Donald Trump from making statements that could threaten, intimidate, or harass trial participants and witnesses, ensuring the integrity of the criminal trial process and the willingness of individuals to participate fully and candidly.

  • What did Donald Trump say in his speech in Wisconsin that is considered a violation of the gag order?

    -Donald Trump made defamatory and potentially intimidating remarks about Cassidy Hutchinson, a key witness in the Washington DC criminal case against him, which is a direct violation of the gag order that prohibits such statements.

  • Who is Cassidy Hutchinson and why is her testimony significant?

    -Cassidy Hutchinson was Mark Meadows' top aide and testified before the January 6th committee. Her testimony is significant because it provides firsthand accounts of events related to the attempted overthrow of the 2020 election results, and she is expected to testify in the Washington DC federal criminal case against Donald Trump.

  • What was the response of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals regarding the gag order on December 8, 2023?

    -The DC Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the gag order to the extent that it prohibits all parties and their counsel from making or directing others to make public statements about known or reasonably foreseeable witnesses concerning their potential participation in the investigation or criminal proceeding.

  • How does the gag order aim to protect the integrity of the trial process?

    -The gag order aims to protect the integrity of the trial process by shielding witnesses from external influences that could undermine the process. This includes preventing defendants from communicating with witnesses, which is a common practice to maintain the fairness and truthfulness of testimonies and evidence presented.

  • What are the potential consequences for violating the gag order?

    -Violating the gag order could lead to contempt charges and potential incarceration. It undermines the trial process and could deter witnesses from participating fully and candidly, which is crucial for the truth-finding function of the trial.

  • What was the context of Donald Trump's statements about the women who accused him of misconduct in 2016?

    -In 2016, during a speech, Donald Trump claimed that the women accusing him of misconduct were lying and that he did not know them. This is presented as part of a pattern where Trump denies allegations and discredits accusers, similar to his statements about Cassidy Hutchinson in 2024.

  • What is the role of the special counsel in this context?

    -The special counsel has the authority to investigate and potentially prosecute violations of the gag order. In this case, it is suggested that Special Counsel Jack Smith should address the violation by Donald Trump and consider further legal actions, such as demanding incarceration for contempt of court.

  • What was the subject of Donald Trump's comments on the word 'vegan' during his speech?

    -Donald Trump made comments about being not into 'vegan stuff' but expressed willingness to try food from a vegan restaurant owned by Shana Gray, who was present at the event.

  • How did Donald Trump's speech address the topic of abortion and the overturning of Roe v. Wade?

    -Donald Trump bragged about overturning Roe v. Wade, implying that the decision to regulate abortion should be left to individual states, and suggested that people were 'absolutely thrilled' with this development.

  • What was Donald Trump's stance on President Biden's job numbers as presented in his speech?

    -Donald Trump claimed that President Biden's job numbers were fake, accusing him of counting people coming back to work as new job creations.

Outlines

00:00

🚨 Violation of Gag Order by Trump 🚨

The first paragraph discusses how Donald Trump, during his day off from a criminal trial in Manhattan, is accused of violating a gag order in place in a Washington DC criminal case. The gag order is meant to prevent statements that could threaten, intimidate, or harass trial participants and witnesses. Trump, while in Wisconsin, is said to have made statements about Cassidy Hutchinson, a key witness in the Washington DC case, which could be seen as a violation. The paragraph also includes a reference to Hutchinson's previous testimony before the January 6th committee and the anticipation of her similar testimony in the DC federal criminal case against Trump. The gag order's specifics and the potential consequences of violating it are also detailed.

05:03

🗣️ Trump's Pattern of Speech & Its Impact 🗣️

The second paragraph focuses on the implications of Trump's public statements, which are claimed to be a violation of the gag order. It discusses how Trump's speech can influence the willingness of witnesses to participate in the legal process and how it could undermine the integrity of the trial. The paragraph also mentions the DC Circuit Court of Appeals' affirmation of the gag order and highlights the importance of safeguarding witnesses from external influences. It further explains the legal measures available to courts to protect witnesses, such as exclusion from the courtroom and restrictions on communication. The paragraph concludes with a reference to Trump's past behavior and statements, drawing parallels to his current situation and suggesting a pattern in his approach to handling allegations and witnesses.

10:03

📜 Gag Order's Legal Foundation and Trump's Alleged Contempt 📜

The third paragraph delves into the legal foundation of the gag order and Trump's potential contempt towards it. It outlines the DC Circuit Court of Appeals' view on the threat Trump's speech poses to the criminal trial process, emphasizing the risk it presents to witnesses' willingness to participate and the integrity of their testimony. The paragraph also touches on the authority of courts to shield witnesses from external influences and the common practice of restricting defendants' communication with witnesses. It concludes with a call to action for Special Counsel Jack Smith to address Trump's alleged violation and a brief mention of other topics covered in Trump's speech, such as his comments on a vegan restaurant, the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and criticism of President Biden's job numbers.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Donald Trump

Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States, and the transcript discusses his involvement in legal proceedings, including a criminal trial in Manhattan and a contempt hearing for violations of a gag order. His actions and statements are central to the video's narrative, particularly his alleged violations of a gag order and the impact on the legal process.

💡Gag Order

A gag order is a legal restraint on public communication issued by a court or tribunal to prevent parties from discussing the details of a case publicly. In the video, it is mentioned that Donald Trump is accused of violating a gag order related to a criminal case in Washington DC, which is a key point of discussion.

💡Cassidy Hutchinson

Cassidy Hutchinson is a key witness in the Washington DC criminal case against Donald Trump. She was Mark Meadows' top aide and her testimony before the January 6th committee is highlighted in the video as significant to the case. The video suggests that Trump's comments about Hutchinson could be seen as witness intimidation.

💡January 6th Committee

The January 6th Committee is a congressional committee created to investigate the events of January 6, 2021, at the U.S. Capitol. Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony to this committee is referenced in the video as part of the context for the criminal case against Donald Trump.

💡Contempt of Court

Contempt of court refers to the offense of being disobedient to or disrespectful towards a court of law and its officers. The video discusses the possibility of Donald Trump being held in contempt for violating a gag order, which is a serious legal matter.

💡Identity Theft

Identity theft is a crime where an individual's personal information is used by someone else without their permission. The video includes a mention of identity theft and its prevalence in the U.S., serving as a cautionary note about personal security in the digital age.

💡LifeLock

LifeLock is an identity theft protection company that offers services to alert customers to potential threats and help restore their identity if stolen. It is mentioned in the video as a solution to the problem of identity theft, indicating a commercial aspect within the content.

💡Mark Meadows

Mark Meadows is a former White House Chief of Staff to Donald Trump and is also implicated in the legal discussions of the video. Meadows is expected to testify in the Washington DC federal criminal case against Trump, which is part of the broader narrative of the legal issues at hand.

💡Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of the United States is the highest court in the federal judiciary and is mentioned in the context of Donald Trump's arguments regarding presidential immunity. The video suggests that the Supreme Court has yet to reach a decision on these matters.

💡Vegan

The term 'vegan' refers to a lifestyle that excludes the use of animal products and by-products. In the video, Donald Trump is mentioned as being introduced to a vegan restaurant owner, which he claims not to be into, showing a lighter, cultural aspect within the script.

💡Roe v. Wade

Roe v. Wade is a landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that established a woman's legal right to have an abortion. The video discusses Trump's claim of overturning Roe v. Wade, which is a significant political and legal issue in the United States.

Highlights

Donald Trump is attending hearings on contempt for violations of the gag order during his day off from his criminal trial in Manhattan.

Trump is accused of violating a gag order in a Washington DC criminal case by making statements that could threaten, intimidate, or harass trial participants and witnesses.

Key witness Cassidy Hutchinson, former top aide to Mark Meadows, is mentioned by Trump in a speech, potentially violating the gag order.

Cassidy Hutchinson's prior testimony before the January 6th committee is referenced, where she detailed Trump's actions on the day of the Capitol insurrection.

The gag order from the DC Circuit Court of Appeals is affirmed, specifically prohibiting public statements about witnesses' potential participation in the investigation or criminal proceeding.

Trump's statements are argued to be lies and defamatory, with conduct that could be seen as intimidating and harassing towards Hutchinson.

The gag order's necessity is discussed as a reflection on the state of the Republican party.

Identity theft statistics are shared, highlighting the prevalence and risk in the US, and promoting LifeLock's identity theft protection services.

Trump's past behavior is compared to his current actions, suggesting a consistent pattern of denying allegations and attacking accusers.

The DC Circuit Court of Appeals acknowledges the threat Trump's speech poses to the criminal trial process and the willingness of witnesses to participate.

The court's authority to protect witnesses from external influences, including the defendant's communication, is emphasized.

Trump's speech is analyzed as a potential violation of his pre-trial release conditions, equating public statements to direct witness tampering.

A call for Special Counsel Jack Smith to take action against Trump for the violation of the gag order is made.

Trump's speech includes a mispronunciation of the word 'vegan' and a comment on a vegan restaurant.

Trump boasts about the overturning of Roe v. Wade and the decision being left to individual states.

Trump criticizes President Biden's job numbers as fake, accusing him of inflating statistics.

The transcript concludes with a call to action for viewers to sign up for the Midas Touch newsletter for the latest news and updates.

Transcripts

00:00

on Donald Trump's day off from his

00:02

criminal trial in Manhattan where in

00:05

less than 24 hours he will go back to

00:08

attending a hearing on contempt for

00:11

further violations of the gag order

00:14

Donald Trump is spending his day off in

00:16

Wisconsin and then later in Michigan and

00:19

in Wisconsin at a speech that he gave

00:22

Donald Trump is violating another gag

00:26

order one that is in place in the

00:28

Washington DC criminal case preventing

00:31

Donald Trump from making statements that

00:34

could threaten intimidate or harass

00:37

trial participants and Witnesses Donald

00:40

Trump in his speech that he just gave in

00:42

Wisconsin moments ago said this about a

00:45

key witness in the Washington DC

00:48

criminal case against Trump for trying

00:50

to overthrow the results of the 2020

00:52

election that key witness is Cassidy

00:55

Hutchinson here's what Donald Trump said

00:57

in violation of the Washington n DC

01:00

federal court gag order let's play the

01:03

clip instead they be I want to go down

01:06

there these people are crazy and then I

01:08

think she changed your testimony you

01:09

heard that because the people testified

01:11

that none of this stuff happened but a

01:14

friend of mine said you shouldn't fight

01:16

that because I gained such respect I

01:18

didn't know that you were that strong

01:19

and that tough that you would take on a

01:22

black belt in karate or whatever the

01:24

hell he was a very tough guy I can tell

01:26

you that there were muscles all over the

01:28

place on his ears on his neck

01:31

if I grabbed him around the neck I'm not

01:33

even sure he'd feel it he might not feel

01:36

it now these people are crazy and what

01:38

Donald Trump is referencing right there

01:41

is Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony before

01:44

the January 6th committee Cassidy

01:46

Hutchinson was Mark Meadows top Aid she

01:50

testified before the January 6 committee

01:53

and she will be testifying in the

01:55

Washington DC federal criminal case

01:57

against Donald Trump as will mark

02:00

Meadows when Cassidy Hutchinson

02:02

testified before the January 6 committee

02:04

here is what she said play the clip once

02:07

the president had gotten into the

02:09

vehicle with Bobby he thought that they

02:12

were going up to the capital and when

02:13

Bobby had related to him we not you

02:16

don't have the assets to do it it's not

02:18

secure we're going back to the West

02:21

Wing the president had very strong a

02:25

very angry response to that um Tony

02:30

described him as being

02:32

iate the president said something to the

02:35

effect of I'm the effing president take

02:38

me up to the capital

02:39

now to which Bobby responded sir we have

02:43

to go back to the West

02:45

Wing the president reached up towards

02:49

the front of the vehicle to grab at the

02:50

steering

02:52

wheel Mr angle grabbed his arm said sir

02:56

you need to take your hand off the

02:58

steering wheel we're going back to the

03:01

westwing we're not going to the

03:04

capital Mr Trump then used his free hand

03:07

to Lunge towards Bobby angle and Mr when

03:10

Mr Rado had recounted this story to me

03:12

he had motioned towards his clavicles

03:14

and here is another clip of what Cassidy

03:16

Hutchins had said before the January 6

03:19

committee and it is anticipated that her

03:21

testimony would be the similar in the

03:24

Washington DC federal criminal case

03:26

against Donald Trump for which there is

03:28

a gag order spe specifically prohibiting

03:31

Donald Trump from making precisely the

03:33

statement that you heard him make in

03:35

Wisconsin against Witnesses like Cassidy

03:38

Hutchinson play this other clip of

03:40

Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony before

03:42

the January 6 committee play this clip

03:44

something the effective take the eing

03:47

mags away they're not here to hurt me

03:49

let them in Let My People in they can

03:51

March the capital after the rally is

03:53

over they can March from they can March

03:54

from the ellipse take the effing mags

03:57

away then they can March to the capital

04:01

of course Donald Trump's statements

04:03

against Cassidy Hutchinson are lies

04:06

they're defamatory and it's also

04:08

intimidating and harassing conduct

04:11

directed at a witness let's just take a

04:14

look at what the gag order in the

04:16

Washington DC criminal case States so

04:18

you can validate what I'm saying and why

04:21

I believe it is a violation of the gag

04:24

order you'll recall that back on

04:26

December 8th of 2023

04:29

the DC Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed

04:33

largely the gag order that was in place

04:36

by the Washington DC federal judge chuin

04:40

that case of course has been stayed it's

04:42

been paused while Donald Trump's made

04:44

his arguments of absolute presidential

04:46

immunity to the United States Supreme

04:49

Court they've not yet reached a decision

04:50

although we've covered the oral

04:52

arguments here on the mitus touch

04:54

Network let's take a look at what the DC

04:57

Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on

04:59

December 8 2023 they said specifically

05:02

the gag order the ORD referring to the

05:04

gag order is affirmed to the extent it

05:08

prohibits all parties and their councel

05:11

from making or directing others to make

05:14

public statements about known or

05:17

reasonably foreseeable Witnesses

05:20

concerning their potential participation

05:23

in the investigation or in the criminal

05:27

proceeding the order also is confirm to

05:30

the extent it prohibits all parties and

05:33

their counsel for making or directing

05:35

others to make public statements about

05:37

councel in the case other than the

05:39

special counsel members of the Court

05:41

staff and Council staff or three the

05:44

family members of any Council or staff

05:47

members the fact that you even need an

05:49

order like that is uh really just a sad

05:54

state of the Republican party that this

05:57

even has to exist but Donald Trump

05:59

clearly made a statement right there

06:02

that was directed at the participation

06:04

of witnesses um concerning their part

06:07

their potential participation in the

06:09

investigation in the criminal proceeding

06:12

that would seem to be an obvious

06:14

violation I'll read more from that order

06:16

in just a moment but I want to share

06:18

this with you as well because Donald

06:20

Trump's moves that he makes the lies

06:24

that he tells he's very simple in what

06:26

he does he follows the same Playbook

06:29

tell the same big lie attack Witnesses

06:33

attack truth tellers like many of us you

06:35

might think identity theft will never

06:37

happen to you but consider this there's

06:39

a new identity theft victim every 3

06:42

seconds in the US that's over 15 million

06:45

people by the end of this year that's

06:46

equal to the populations of New York Los

06:49

Angeles and Chicago combined even worse

06:52

identity theft victims often don't even

06:54

know they victims that's why Lifelock

06:57

Identity Theft Protection alerts you to

06:59

ident any threats even the ones that

07:01

don't show up on your credit report like

07:03

data breaches fraudulent Bank

07:04

transactions loan and credit card

07:06

applications and crimes committed in

07:08

your name if your identity is stolen

07:11

your own dedicated LifeLock us-based

07:13

restoration specialist will work to fix

07:15

it look I've recently signed up to

07:17

LifeLock and I can't even begin to

07:19

explain how much better I feel knowing

07:21

that there's a dedicated specialist

07:23

looking out for me we live in a crazy

07:25

world and protecting your identity needs

07:27

to be at the top of your to-do list

07:29

LifeLock protects you in ways that you

07:31

simply can't on your own save up to 25%

07:35

your first year at lifelock.com

07:38

Midas that's lifelock.com

07:41

Midas to save up to

07:43

25% Identity Theft Protection starts

07:46

here now you will recall as Donald Trump

07:49

is taking his day off from the Manhattan

07:52

district attorney criminal case the

07:54

evidence that came in yesterday um on

07:57

wed on Tuesday in that case um where uh

08:01

a C-SPAN archivist had to come in

08:04

because Donald Trump wouldn't

08:05

authenticate this on his own where back

08:08

in 2016 When Donald Trump was giving a

08:11

speech just like he's doing in 2024 now

08:14

he's giving the speech May 1st 2024 the

08:17

video I'm about to show you was in June

08:19

of

08:20

2016 where Donald Trump was saying

08:23

regarding all of these women who were

08:25

coming forward with stories about him he

08:27

doesn't know him none of them are true

08:30

this would never happen he calls them

08:32

you know that he makes he calls them

08:34

names the same way he's saying that

08:36

about cassid Hutchinson take a listen to

08:39

what Trump was saying in 2016 because

08:41

it's just the same playbook in 2024 and

08:44

he is a liar he play this clip as you

08:47

have seen right now I am being viciously

08:51

attacked with lies and

08:54

smears it's a phony deal I have no idea

08:59

who these women are I have no ideaa I

09:01

have no idea and I think you all know I

09:05

have no idea because you understand me

09:07

for a lot of years

09:09

[Applause]

09:14

okay when you looked at that horrible

09:16

woman last night you said I don't think

09:19

so I don't think so whoever she is

09:22

wherever she comes

09:24

from the stories are total fiction they

09:29

100% made up they never happened they

09:34

never would

09:35

happen I don't think that happened with

09:38

very many people but they certainly

09:39

aren't going to happen with

09:42

me let's take a look at what the DC

09:45

Circuit Court of Appeals also said in

09:48

its order go to page 36 of its order

09:52

affirming largely in part the gag order

09:54

which Donald Trump violated here's what

09:56

it says this is what the DC Circuit

09:58

Court of Appeal said it says Mr Trump's

10:00

documented pattern of speech and its

10:03

demonstrated realtime realworld

10:06

consequences pose a significant and

10:09

imminent threat to the functioning of

10:11

the criminal trial process in this case

10:14

in two respects first Mr Trump's uh

10:19

first Mr Trump's messages about known or

10:22

reasonably foreseeable witnesses that

10:25

concern their potential participation in

10:27

the criminal proceeding pose a

10:30

significant and imminent threat to

10:31

individuals willingness to participate

10:34

fully and candidly in the process to the

10:37

content of their testimony and evidence

10:40

and to the trial's essential truth

10:43

finding function the law has long

10:46

recognized the importance of shielding

10:49

Witnesses from the external influences

10:52

that undermine the Integrity of the

10:54

trial process it goes on to say courts

10:58

also have the authority to exclude

11:00

Witnesses from the courtroom instruct

11:02

them not to discuss their testimony with

11:04

others and even sequester them pending

11:07

their testimony all to protect them and

11:10

the evidence they offer from external

11:14

influences it goes on to say the concern

11:16

with defendants influences on witness is

11:19

so

11:20

significant that Congress has expressly

11:23

authorized courts to prevent defendants

11:26

from communicating with a witness that

11:28

restraints is so commonplace that Mr

11:31

Trump does not dispute the Court's

11:33

authority to have ordered him as a

11:36

condition of pre-trial release not to

11:38

communicate with Witnesses except in the

11:40

presence of council there is no question

11:43

that Mr Trump could not have said

11:45

directly to Mark Meadows former vice

11:47

president Pence or former Georgia

11:49

lieutenant governor Duncan any of the

11:51

statements he posted on social media

11:53

about their potential discussions with

11:55

the special counsel a grand jury

11:57

testimony and the consequences that

11:59

would follow yet the District Court's

12:02

prohibition on Trump's direct

12:04

communication with known Witnesses would

12:06

mean little if he can evade it by making

12:09

statements to a crowd knowing or

12:12

expecting that the witness will get the

12:16

message Mr Trump's councel conceded at

12:19

oral argument that the former president

12:21

speaking about the case with a megaphone

12:23

knowing that a witness is in the

12:25

audience would likely present the same

12:28

scenario as Mr Trump calling that

12:30

witness directly in violation of the

12:33

conditions of his release so it's right

12:36

there folks and I think special counsel

12:38

Jack Smith is going to call this out now

12:41

that Trump's already been found in

12:44

contempt in New York I think special

12:47

counsel Jack Smith should demand that

12:50

Donald Trump be incarcerated by the way

12:53

in Donald Trump's speech after

12:55

threatening and harassing and

12:56

intimidating Witnesses like Cassidy Json

13:00

Donald Trump apparently also doesn't

13:02

know how to say the word vegan play this

13:05

clip we're honored to be joined today by

13:07

Shana gray who owns a vegan restaurant

13:10

supposed to be really good I I'm not

13:12

into the vegan stuff I must say but I'm

13:14

gonna have to try this Donald Trump also

13:17

bragged about overturning roie Wade play

13:20

the clip a couple of States I won't

13:21

mention but a couple of States really

13:22

surprise people but basically the states

13:25

decide on abortion and people people are

13:30

absolutely thrilled with the way that's

13:32

going on every and then Donald Trump

13:35

attacked President Biden's job numbers

13:38

saying that because President Biden got

13:41

all of these jobs that that's fake

13:42

apparently play this clip the Biden job

13:45

numbers are fake he's counting people

13:48

coming back from work so that's what's

13:50

going on in Wisconsin we'll give you a a

13:52

more full update in just a little bit

13:55

but I wanted to give you that clear uh

13:58

violation of the Washington DC gag order

14:01

tell me what you think in the comments

14:03

love this video make sure you stay up

14:04

toate on the latest breaking news and

14:06

all things mtis by signing up to the

14:08

mest touch newsletter at mest touch.com

14:10

newsletter

14:12

[Music]

Rate This
★
★
★
★
★

5.0 / 5 (0 votes)

Related Tags
Gag OrderDonald TrumpCassidy HutchinsonWashington DCSpeechControversyLegal ViolationJanuary 6th CommitteeTrump ImpeachmentIdentity TheftLifelockMidas NetworkElection OverturnBiden Administration