Sometimes A Girl Needs A Nap

May 18, 2024

In This Episode:

Barb McQuade hosts #SistersInLaw to discuss the believability of Michael Cohen’s testimony against Trump, weigh its effectiveness for the prosecution, and lay out the next steps of the trial.  Then, the #Sisters explore the ethical ramifications of Justice Alito flying a flag in support of J6 in front of his home, lay out the case for his recusal in the upcoming presidential immunity trial, and call out the Republican lawmakers defending Trump at the Manhattan courthouse.  They also review the SCOTUS’ decision to issue a stay in a Louisiana gerrymandering case, delineate racial and political gerrymandering, and explain how the Purcell principle applies. Read this week’s transcript

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