The Supreme Court failed to stop the 2020 election steal — now they are allowing the committee put in place to cover it up to continue going after Trump.
The Supreme Court just dropped Trump’s bid to try and stop the sham Jan 6th committee from getting records from his White House.
JUST IN – U.S. Supreme Court denies Trump's request to block the release of White House records from Jan. 6 "select committee" by an 8-1 vote.
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) January 19, 2022
The U.S. Supreme Court late Wednesday rejected former President Donald Trumpâ€™s request to block documents and records from his administration to the Jan. 6 House Committee.
The ruling comes after Trump last month asked the Supreme Court to block the documentsâ€™ release, after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rejected his argument of executive privilege, but granted his request to temporarily halt the National Archives from releasing the documents, pending judicial review.
â€œBecause the Court of Appeals concluded that President Trumpâ€™s claims would have failed even if he were the incumbent, his status as a former President necessarily made no difference to the courtâ€™s decision,â€ the court wrote in the 8â€“1 ruling (pdf).
Justice Clarence Thomas would have granted Trumpâ€™s request. He did not expand on the reasons for his dissent.
Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote that while he sided with the majority, he disagreed with a portion of the lower appeals courtâ€™s decision.
â€œThe Court of Appeals suggested that a former President may not successfully invoke the Presidential communications privilege for communications that occurred during his Presidency, at least if the current President does not support the privilege claim. As this Courtâ€™s order today makes clear, those portions of the Court of Appealsâ€™ opinion were dicta and should not be considered binding precedent going forward,â€ he wrote.
â€œMoreover, I respectfully disagree with the Court of Appeals on that point. A former President must be able to successfully invoke the Presidential communications privilege for communications that occurred during his Presidency, even if the current President does not support the privilege claim. Concluding otherwise would eviscerate the executive privilege for Presidential communications. otherwise would eviscerate the executive privilege for Presidential communications.
Trump has previously said he is not worried about what is in the documents but is doing it out of precedent.
Due to this committee’s recent actions, there is no reason to trust they will take an objective look at these emails.
Expect leaks and half-truths to come out because it is all about setting a narrative.
They will push that narrative until the full emails are released. By that point, they’ll move on to a new hoax.
It is the same playbook every time.
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