Mishigas in Michigan & Other States

December 30, 2023

In This Episode:

Kimberly Atkins Stohr hosts #SistersInLaw to look at Jack Smith’s in limine motion to shut down Trump’s ability to bring misinformation into the evidence of his D.C. trial, and how it affects the potential defenses and the case’s progression.  Then, the #S isters dive into the latest developments in the efforts to remove Trump from the ballot in Maine and other states, and explain why they represent constitutional analysis rather than partisan action.  From there, they analyze the impact of Chesebro’s emails and proffer on the fake electors case and what it means when a defendant maintains innocence after pleading guilty.

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Mentioned By The #Sisters:

Trump ballot decisions in Colorado and Maine 

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Attack From Within: How Disinformation Is Sabotaging America

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