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Brother Mythos:
"Trump lawyers claim Biden's 'Dark Brandon' mug was 'thinly-veiled' effort to taunt client over prosecution"

As per the article:

"Former President Donald Trump's legal team filed a response on Monday afternoon to special counsel Jack Smith's request for a protective order that would limit what the former president can say about the criminal trial against him. They broadly oppose the order, attacking it as an attempt to limit Trump's political speech.

But one bizarre claim in particular made it into the filing: That President Joe Biden used a mug to taunt Trump about the charges against him.

"President Biden has ... capitalized on the indictment, posting a thinly veiled reference to his administration's prosecution of President Trump just hours before arraignment," said the filing."

I checked and, sure enough, an image from Biden's YouTube video is right there on page 3 of the formal "RESPONSE IN OPPOSITION TO GOVERNMENT’S MOTION FOR PROTECTIVE ORDER." So, if the the lawyers who prepared this "formal response" are the best TFG could hire, perhaps he really should consider switching to an insanity defense. 

Here's the link to the article:

And, here's the link to the actual YouTube video:

Dump Mugshot memes

Brother Mythos:
"Trump co-defendant takes plea deal, agrees to testify in Georgia election case"

As per the article:

"One of former President Donald Trump's co-defendants charged in the Georgia election interference case is taking a plea deal in which he will agree to testify against others in the case.

Scott Hall appeared Friday in court for what Judge Scott McAfee said was a "negotiated resolution.""

This is the first plea deal in the Georgia election case, but it's unlikely to be the last. There are still seventeen (17) other co-defendants out there, some of whom might wish to make a deal in exchange for a lesser sentence. So, it's once again time to top off the ol' popcorn silo.

Here's the link:

Brother Mythos:
"Trump Brags He's Got More Indictments Than Mob Boss Al Capone"

As per the article:

TFG said, "This was a seriously tough mobster. He was the, I guess you'd call him the king of the mobsters, right? Al Capone only got indicted once. I got indicted four times in mine."

The article doesn't say, but I suspect the MAGAts applauded their savior's brag.

Here's the link:

Brother Mythos:
"Trump Enrages Judge as He Boils Over on the Witness Stand"

"At one point, a frustrated Judge Arthur Engoron ordered a 15-minute recess so Trump’s legal team could coach him on proper courtroom behavior."

As per the article:

"When Donald Trump took the stand Monday in his $250 million fraud trial, the twice-impeached ex-president played all the hits. He was occasionally flustered, sometimes confused, often combative, and deflected any accusations whatsoever of wrongdoing, serving up boasts about his business acumen and real estate portfolio of what he described as the world’s finest properties.

Trump veered wildly off-script, insulted New York Attorney General Letitia James, demeaned the judge, whined that the trial was “very unfair,” and insisted that no one with money to lend should ever believe the Trump Organization’s own financial statements. Confronted with conflicting data in documents that seemed to point to inflated values of a New York City property, Trump dissembled before sulking, “This is so crazy.”

He also tested the judge’s patience from the get-go, drawing numerous rebukes for not answering yes-or-no questions with a simple “yes” or “no.”"

So far, the only real surprise is that TFG hasn't been charged with contempt of court. Still, this particular trial isn't over yet.

Here's the link:


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