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This week marked the highly anticipated release of University of Toronto Professor Jordan Peterson’s latest book, “Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life”. If his latest book, who has sold over five million copies is an indication, the most recent is bound to be another massive commercial success.

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Peterson is an odd fit for a cultural celebrity. He’s obviously a complicated person who seems a bit awkward and introverted, and whose obscure interests (including clinical psychology, philosophy, and theology) are far from dominant. Yet its intellectual and cultural significance is extraordinary.

His Youtube channel, which combines conferences, podcast videos and various speeches, has 3.5 million subscribers and more than 145 million views. Its social media accounts (including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) have an additional 4.7 million subscribers. And there are reports that when Peterson was on Patreon, the popular crowdfunding website, he was making almost $ 50,000 a month through individual contributions.

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He is by far Canada’s most important public intellectual. No one else is even close. In fact, Tyler Cowen, an American economist and serious public intellectual in his own right, has called Peterson the most influential public intellectual in the entire Western world.

This raises questions: How does a prominent, but generally obscure, Canadian psychologist turn into a global phenomenon? How did we get in which New York Times columnist David Brooks a called “Jordan Peterson moment”?

I think there are three main reasons. The first is that there is an incredible hunger among young people – especially young men – for a combination of practical and transcendent wisdom. The modern ethic of hyper-individualism reflected in banal opening speech slogans like “find your truth” and “do you” do not provide generational guidance on the fundamental questions of how to live a good life. and meaningful.

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The result is that Western societies increasingly have a critical mass of 20+ who feel anxious, rudderless, and lonely. Peterson’s so-called “rules” (such as “making friends with people who want the best for you”) may seem trite to some readers, but to a young person trying to make their way through the world, they offer a more structured and more objective life plan.

The second reason is that in a political culture that seems to descend by default into lowest common denominator arguments, Peterson typically stands out by refusing to disparage his ideas. He has enough respect for his audience members to avoid superficial talking points and speak to them as thinking adults, even on complex topics such as moral philosophy, worldly expression of good and evil, and Bible.

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Peterson implicitly bet that those who think the modern public is incapable of engaging beyond carefully calibrated slogans are wrong. And he’s been proven to be absolutely right.

A few years ago, as Peterson’s profile grew, we both spoke at a political and political conference in Toronto. I spoke after him, but my then-girlfriend (now wife) and I got there early to see what it was all about with this eccentric professor who was generating such a buzz in the mainstream media and online.

His words were dense and esoteric. There were references to French philosophers Michel Focault and Jean-Paul Sartre and various nods to Marxism, structuralism and post-modernism. I mostly followed what he said, but suffice to say that it was far from a light speech.

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Yet as I looked around the crowded amphitheater, the audience was spellbound. People’s enthusiasm was a sign of the underlying demand for Peterson’s unique blend of intellectualism, intensity, and sobriety.

Which brings me to the third (and most controversial) factor behind Peterson’s passionate support. He championed a conservative alternative to the prevailing zeitgeist, which tends to be called, rightly or unfairly, “awakening”. He was not afraid to speak frankly about the forces of “cultural Marxism”, of the “radical left” and of “political correctness” which he sees as a threat to Enlightenment thought.

This line of argument certainly resonates with young conservatives who, according to a recent study, are grossly under-represented on college and university campuses. As I wrote before, there is a growing sense among Conservatives that their ideas are not fully authorized in traditional institutions. Peterson has proven to be an accredited but combative advocate for these people.

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That doesn’t mean, of course, that it’s without its flaws. There are many points of disagreement in his ideas, his arguments and his tact. His stubborn message may seem unempathetic, clinical, and cold. David Brooks observed an element of lack of joy and lack of grace in Peterson’s worldview. Matt Welch of Reason Magazine has described it as a “defective messiah”. His detractors would say even worse.

But the story here is less about Peterson and more about what his popularity says about us. The fruitfulness of his message suggests that the mix of consumerism and secularism in modern society does not meet people’s metaphysical needs. Something is missing in our lives. Peterson, for better or for worse, fills this gap for many young people in Canada and around the world.

It’s made for an unlikely intellectual and cultural icon. And he definitely sells books.

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Donald Trump breaks his post-White House silence to say: “We will do something” http://naturabebes.com/donald-trump-breaks-his-post-white-house-silence-to-say-we-will-do-something/ http://naturabebes.com/donald-trump-breaks-his-post-white-house-silence-to-say-we-will-do-something/#respond Fri, 22 Jan 2021 08:00:00 +0000 http://naturabebes.com/donald-trump-breaks-his-post-white-house-silence-to-say-we-will-do-something/ BREAKING NEWS: Donald Trump breaks post-White House silence to say “We’ll do something – but not right away” as he dines at his golf club Trump made a brief comment at Trump International Golf Club He skipped the Joe Biden nomination Biden says he wrote her a ‘gracious’ letter but did not reveal its contents […]]]>

BREAKING NEWS: Donald Trump breaks post-White House silence to say “We’ll do something – but not right away” as he dines at his golf club

  • Trump made a brief comment at Trump International Golf Club
  • He skipped the Joe Biden nomination
  • Biden says he wrote her a ‘gracious’ letter but did not reveal its contents
  • Senate trial to open officially Monday on “incitement to insurgency”
  • The town he left behind is still guarded by thousands of National Guard soldiers










President Donald Trump is hinting that he will be back in politics, while keeping his own advice as he begins his new life as a Florida resident and golf club regular.

Trump has been in virtual isolation since he flew Mar a Lago to West Palm Beach in the final hours of his presidency – though he touched the ties on his first day off and made his way to his Grill Room. golf club Friday.

“We will do something, but not right away,” he told the Washington Examiner in a brief interaction at his usual table at the private Trump International Golf Club restaurant before an assistant quickly cut the match.

“We will do something, but not right away,” former President Donald Trump told the Washington Examiner at his golf club on Friday. On Thursday, he spent his first day as a private citizen golfing at his course in West Palm Beach, Florida.

President Donald Trump waves as he boards Marine One at the White House in Washington on his last day in office

President Donald Trump waves as he boards Marine One at the White House in Washington on his last day in office

It was Trump’s first public comment since Joe Biden was sworn in, with the former president blocked on Twitter and choosing not to participate in the historic transfer of power on Wednesday. The event featured events to reinforce its “unity” theme, as former Presidents George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama all address the nation in a joint video from Arlington Cemetery.

Trump has more to do in his post-presidency than just reflect on his tenure or prepare for a comeback: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she would forward an impeachment article to the Senate on Monday.

This means that Trump’s impeachment trial for “inciting insurgency” will officially begin the next day, although senators can reach an agreement to postpone arguments and other matters.

Trump and his lawyers will have to start working on a defense immediately. Federal authorities have arrested more than 125 people as they round up the alleged perpetrators of the January 6 MAGA riot on Capitol Hill.

Donald and Melania Trump arrive in Florida on Air Force One after leaving Washington DC on Wednesday

Donald and Melania Trump arrive in Florida on Air Force One after leaving Washington DC on Wednesday

Workers were seen planting huge trees along the Trump International Golf Club in Florida on Friday to block the view of the course from unwanted stares.

Workers were seen planting huge trees along the Trump International Golf Club in Florida on Friday to block the view of the course from unwanted stares.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi holds the article of impeachment signed against U.S. President Donald J. Trump during an induction ceremony in the Rayburn Room of the United States Capitol in Washington, DC, States United, January 13, 2021

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi holds the article of impeachment signed against U.S. President Donald J. Trump during an induction ceremony in the Rayburn Room of the United States Capitol in Washington, DC, States United, January 13, 2021

Trump also needs to reimagine what his public profile will be like, without using the social media he’s used to. Field guards on his course were seen planting new palm trees around the perimeter – possibly to obstruct the view that allowed members of the media to take photos of him on the course.

Workers were seen planting huge trees alongside Trump International on Friday to block the view of the course from unwanted stares.

The tree planting comes just a day after a CNN cameraman filmed the former president. Even with the campaign and the transition behind him, Trump could be seen wearing a red “MAGA hat”.

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Harris wears young black designer Christopher John Rogers http://naturabebes.com/harris-wears-young-black-designer-christopher-john-rogers/ http://naturabebes.com/harris-wears-young-black-designer-christopher-john-rogers/#respond Wed, 20 Jan 2021 08:00:00 +0000 http://naturabebes.com/harris-wears-young-black-designer-christopher-john-rogers/ On the investiture days of most US presidents, fashion watchers focus on the incoming first lady. Her outfit is not only widely photographed, but also kept at the National Museum of American History, alongside previous FLOTUS dresses including those of Michelle Obama, Laura Lane Bush and Jacqueline Kennedy. Dr Jill Biden stuck to the convention […]]]>

On the investiture days of most US presidents, fashion watchers focus on the incoming first lady. Her outfit is not only widely photographed, but also kept at the National Museum of American History, alongside previous FLOTUS dresses including those of Michelle Obama, Laura Lane Bush and Jacqueline Kennedy.

Dr Jill Biden stuck to the convention of putting American fashion front and center, opting for a deep ocean blue tweed coat and dress from the emerging label of enduring designer Alexandra O’Neill, Markarian.

Today however, there was another topic of discussion. For a while, the fashion world had guessed what Kamala Harris would wear for the historic moment when she was sworn in as the first female vice president of the United States. Would she give a helping hand to an unconditional American designer or would she shine the spotlight on a designer in the making?

There was also speculation about what new President Joe Biden would wear and how his and Harris’ choices would reflect the values ​​of their administration. Nothing is accidental at this level of politics; even an outfit is never just an outfit.

Jill and Joe Biden. Photograph: EPA / Jonathan Ernst

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris in Christopher John Rogers outfit and husband Douglas Emhoff in Ralph Lauren arrive at the United States Capitol.  Photograph: EPA / Rod Lamkey

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris in Christopher John Rogers outfit and husband Douglas Emhoff in Ralph Lauren arrive at the United States Capitol. Photograph: EPA / Rod Lamkey

Designer Christopher John Rogers walks the runway during New York Fashion Week, 2019. Photograph: Dia Dipasupil / Getty Images

Christopher John Rogers, designer of the Kamala Harris outfit, walks the runway during New York Fashion Week, 2019. Photograph: Dia Dipasupil / Getty Images

Joe Biden is sworn in as President of the United States as his wife Dr. Jill Biden looks on.  Photograph: Alex Wong / Getty Images

Joe Biden is sworn in as President of the United States as his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, looks on. Photograph: Alex Wong / Getty Images

Biden and Harris set the tone with conventional, powerful, and focused choices. They could be interpreted as indicating a more compound governance and regime than that of their predecessors.

Ralph Lauren – a brand famous for its classic All American image – dressed President Biden for the inauguration. The president opted for his signature navy, with a midnight hue suit and overcoat, both by Ralph Lauren.

Kamala Harris’ husband, second gentleman Doug Emhoff, also chose Ralph Lauren.

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Harris herself opted for a purple outfit from young black designer Christopher John Rogers, underscoring her reputation as a symbolic dresser. Harris accessorized the upbeat purple design with his signature beads. The vice-president chose another black designer, Sergio Hudson, for his evening dress.

Purple was a favored color by suffragists and a symbol of bipartisanship as it is mixed with red and blue, a symbolism that surely played a role in Harris’ choice.

Elsewhere, former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton also chose shades of purple – a Ralph Lauren pantsuit – as did former first lady Michelle Obama, who wore a deep plum coat.

Former US President Bill Clinton and former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.  Photograph: EPA / Jonathan Ernst

Former US President Bill Clinton and former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Photograph: EPA / Jonathan Ernst

Former US President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama.  Photograph: EPA / Jim Lo Scalzo

Former US President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama. Photograph: EPA / Jim Lo Scalzo

Today, it’s not the only time Harris has opted for inspired clothing sprinkled with meaning. Throughout the election campaign, there was a distinct strategy behind his style.

She made another important style statement at a Covid memorial event in Washington last night, when she chose a camel coat from black company Pyer Moss. The label was founded by Kerry Jean-Raymond, who pivoted her business to provide PPE and support small businesses during the pandemic.

Harris’s choice of outerwear was respectful, thoughtful, and empathetic. Fashion research platform Lyst noted that within 24 hours of Harris wearing the camel coat, searches for “Pyer Moss coat” had increased by 734%.

Jill Biden’s purple ensemble for the memorial – an ensemble by independent and enduring New York designer Jonathan Cohen – also struck a chord, inspiring a 655% demand for the color purple, with coats being the most popular item. research.

Earlier this week, a viral Tik-Tok video showed Harris at home wearing a pink suit and a pair of socks marked “The future is a woman.” Carolina Herrera’s white suit she wore for her victory speech in November was seen as a symbolic nod to the suffragette movement.

Fashion commentators Diet Prada said on their Instagram: “His eloquence and intellect are found in his sartorial sense, and stepping out the door in such a powerful statement gives us a lot to look forward to.”

People look forward to what she is wearing with a similar infatuation that a celebrity or influencer might attract. There are stylish websites dedicated to tracking whatever she wears.

Her shoe choices have been the subject of countless articles. When she got off a plane to visit the California wildfires in a pair of pragmatic Timberland boots, searches for boots increased 376% in one week, according to Lyst. Her debut on the cover of Vogue – in which she wore Converse – may have divided opinions, but people search for the Chuck Taylor casual shoe an average of five times per minute.

Incidentally, President Biden, with his conventional personal style, is also creating demand for his sartorial signatures. Its choices are defined above all by a controlled aesthetic and reliable American brands; with his dark blue suits and his now iconic Raybans. Luxury website Matches reported that sales of aviator sunglasses were on the rise, according to The Times UK.

The visibility of American design on the day of the inauguration contrasted sharply with the “exit look” of outgoing first lady Melania Trump, who chose a dark all-black outfit made up of her must-have European labels, for her departure from the White House. . She and former President Donald Trump did not attend the inauguration, flying to Florida instead.

Donald and Melania Trump are heading to Air Force One for the last time.  Photograph: Pete Marovich / The New York Times

Donald and Melania Trump are heading to Air Force One for the last time. Photograph: Pete Marovich / The New York Times

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Highlights: Donald Trump charged with “incitement to insurgency” on Capitol Hill http://naturabebes.com/highlights-donald-trump-charged-with-incitement-to-insurgency-on-capitol-hill/ http://naturabebes.com/highlights-donald-trump-charged-with-incitement-to-insurgency-on-capitol-hill/#respond Fri, 15 Jan 2021 08:00:00 +0000 http://naturabebes.com/highlights-donald-trump-charged-with-incitement-to-insurgency-on-capitol-hill/ House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Signed the article of impeachment against President Donald Trump at the Capitol in Washington on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 (The New York Times: Anna Moneymaker) U.S. President Donald Trump’s relentless efforts to reverse the 2020 election results took a dangerous turn on January 6, when an armed and angry mob […]]]>

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Signed the article of impeachment against President Donald Trump at the Capitol in Washington on Wednesday, January 13, 2021 (The New York Times: Anna Moneymaker)

U.S. President Donald Trump’s relentless efforts to reverse the 2020 election results took a dangerous turn on January 6, when an armed and angry mob of his supporters stormed Capitol Hill and collided with the police just as Congress convened to validate Joe Biden’s presidential victory.

Trump’s fiery speech at a rally just before the January 6 riot is at the center of the impeachment charge against him. A woman was shot and killed in the violence that followed when pro-Trump protesters broke through barricades and entered the halls of the Capitol, smashing windows and brawling with police in what is widely regarded as one the worst security breaches in US history.

The pandemonium appears to have deepened the division within the Republican Party, with several leaders pointing fingers at Trump for inciting violence by urging his supporters to reject the presidential election results.

Read also | Explained: Why remove Donald Trump now? Guide to the second impeachment of a president

United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi kicked off debate in the House on the impeachment article against the incumbent president. “We know that the President of the United States instigated this insurgency, this armed rebellion against our common country. He must go, he is a clear and present danger to the nation we all love, ”she said.

The House had approved a resolution on Tuesday evening calling on Vice President Mike Pence and the Cabinet to invoke the 25th Amendment to the Constitution to declare the president incapable of serving, which Pence objected to, leaving lawmakers with impeachment as the only one. option to remove Trump from office. before Jan. 20, when President-elect Joe Biden must be sworn in as president. At least four Republicans, including a member of the House leadership, have said they will vote to impeach Trump for urging his supporters to march on Capitol Hill.

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Shocking moment Dem takes off his Covid mask for SNEEZE on house floor during Trump impeachment hearing http://naturabebes.com/shocking-moment-dem-takes-off-his-covid-mask-for-sneeze-on-house-floor-during-trump-impeachment-hearing/ http://naturabebes.com/shocking-moment-dem-takes-off-his-covid-mask-for-sneeze-on-house-floor-during-trump-impeachment-hearing/#respond Thu, 14 Jan 2021 08:00:00 +0000 http://naturabebes.com/shocking-moment-dem-takes-off-his-covid-mask-for-sneeze-on-house-floor-during-trump-impeachment-hearing/ A DEMOCRAT congressman leading the charge to impeach Donald Trump was filmed removing his mask for SNEEZE. Viewers were horrified to see David Cicillin lower his face mask and sneeze into his hand for yesterday’s debate in the House of Representatives. Read our Donald Trump’s Live Blog for the latest news on the president… 9 […]]]>

A DEMOCRAT congressman leading the charge to impeach Donald Trump was filmed removing his mask for SNEEZE.

Viewers were horrified to see David Cicillin lower his face mask and sneeze into his hand for yesterday’s debate in the House of Representatives.

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David Cicilline, left, lowers his mask as fellow Democrat Yvette Clark speaks during impeachment debate
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He was filmed sneezing into his hand
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The congressman did not use a tissue or hand sanitizer

The Rhode Island congressman felt the sneeze come as he sat behind fellow Democrat Yvette Clark, who was speaking at the time.

He did not use a tissue to catch germs and viewers noted that he did not use disinfectant.

After putting his mask back on, he was seen turning to speak to a colleague to his right.

Michigan Representative Brenda Lawrence, sitting to her left a few feet away, glared at her before turning back to her papers.

A snippet of the sneeze has been viewed over a million times on Twitter.

A disgusted viewer said: “In his hand too! Rude. No one taught him to use his elbow.”

Political scientist Seth Masket said: “What does he think the mask is for?”

Another viewer said: “I love the way he looked around to see if someone was looking like they weren’t on national television.”

Cicillin replaced his face mask and lowered his contaminated left hand out of sight

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Cicillin replaced her face mask and lowered her contaminated left hand out of sight
Democratic colleague Brenda Lawrence gave her a deadly look

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Democratic colleague Brenda Lawrence gave her a deadly look

Cicillin was one of three Democrats who wrote the impeachment article accusing the president of inciting insurgency before last week deadly Capitol invasion.

Ten Republicans side with opponents pass the motion by 232-197 – making Trump the first president to be impeached twice.

President Nancy Pelosi chose Cicillin as one of the impeachment officials who will continue the Senate trial.

He tweeted yesterday: “The president is a clear and present danger to our republic. We will hold him accountable.”

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President Trump has been accused of stoking a violent mob of supporters before they stormed Congress last Wednesday, killing five.

And during the siege hours, he praised the rioters as “very special” in a jaw-dropping Twitter video.

Politicians were forced to take shelter in a secure room – where some Republicans refused to wear masks amid the chaos.

Three members of the House have since tested positive for the coronavirus, and Congressional doctor Brian Monahan has warned that they all could have been exposed during the lockdown.

Some 3,000 National Guard soldiers were parked around Congress yesterday in the event of new disturbances on the day of the impeachment debate.

The number of troops is expected to rise to 20,000 as a major security operation kicks in for Joe Biden’s inauguration next week.

Last night Trump appeared in a new video calling for calm and calling the Capitol riot a “calamity”.

He said: “Crowd violence goes against everything I believe in and everything our movement stands for.

“No true supporter of mine could ever condone political violence.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed the article of impeachment in an enrichment ceremony last night

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed the article of impeachment in an enrichment ceremony last nightCredit: Reuters
He accuses Donald Trump of inciting an insurgency

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He accuses Donald Trump of inciting an insurgencyCredit: AP: Associated press
Thousands of National Guard soldiers stationed in Congress after last week's riot

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Thousands of National Guard soldiers stationed in Congress after last week’s riotCredit: Getty Images – Getty
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Washington is on alert for further violenceCredit: EPA
Capitol cops ‘repeatedly attack and beat’ MAGA rioter as he storms building in dramatic video

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Pelosi signs articles of impeachment against Trump for ‘inciting insurgency’, making Trump the first president to be impeached twice http://naturabebes.com/pelosi-signs-articles-of-impeachment-against-trump-for-inciting-insurgency-making-trump-the-first-president-to-be-impeached-twice/ http://naturabebes.com/pelosi-signs-articles-of-impeachment-against-trump-for-inciting-insurgency-making-trump-the-first-president-to-be-impeached-twice/#respond Thu, 14 Jan 2021 08:00:00 +0000 http://naturabebes.com/pelosi-signs-articles-of-impeachment-against-trump-for-inciting-insurgency-making-trump-the-first-president-to-be-impeached-twice/ President of Maison Nancy Pelosi has formally signed an article of Accused against President Donald Trump for his role in inciting the insurgency. Ten House Republicans voted to impeach Trump, underscoring the GOP’s growing support for holding the president accountable. “I have not made a final decision on how I will vote and intend to […]]]>

Speaking at the desk stolen by a rioter during the Jan.6 uprising on Capitol Hill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi officially signed an article of impeachment against President Donald Trump for his role in inciting the insurgency .

Trump became the first president to be dismissed twice.

After introducing leader representative Jamie Raskin and representatives of impeachment officials Diana DeGette, David Cicillin, Joaquin Castro, Eric Swalwell, Ted Lieu, Stacey Plaskett, Joe Neguse and Madeleine Dean, Pelosi said they ” didn’t think they would have this responsibility a week ago. ” “No one is above the law and President Donald Trump is a clear and present danger to this country. We have honored our oath to protect and defend the constitution,” Pelosi said. “And now, sadly, with my heart broken by what it means for the country, by a president who incited the insurgency, I will sign the article of impeachment,” Pelosi said, symbolically signing the article.
Pelosi and impeachment officials left the room without answering questions from the press, including from a pool reporter who asked for his opinion on Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s decision to postpone the impeachment trial until after the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.

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On Wednesday, the House voted 232 to 197 impeach Trump, and the resolution will now be taken up by the Senate, where Trump can be convicted for his actions and barred from running for public office in the future.

“I have not made a final decision on how I will vote and I intend to listen to the legal arguments when they are presented in the Senate,” McConnell said. wrote Wednesday. Ten House Republicans voted to impeach Trump, pointing to growing GOP support for potentially holding the president accountable.

McConnell also said lawmakers should spend next week “fully focused on facilitating a safe inauguration and an orderly transfer of power.” He hinted that Trump’s Senate trial should realistically begin after Biden’s inauguration – a timeline where Democrats control the Senate – given the timelines of previous Senate impeachment trials.

In one video statement released Wednesday after being impeached for the second time, Trump made no mention of impeachment and instead focused his message on violating the Capitol.

“The mob violence goes against everything I believe in and everything our movement stands for,” he said. “No true supporter of mine could ever condone political violence.”

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Amid last Wednesday’s violent attack on the United States Capitol, a text message with the power to make history was sent to all Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee.

At 3:09 p.m. – just over an hour after violent pro-Trump protesters climbed the exterior steps of the Capitol and passed the barricades – Rep. Ted Lieu wrote that the committee “should start writing articles of impeachment. now anyway. management says “.

“We have seen the consequences of being weak against Trump and not holding him accountable in recent months. If we do nothing but send out heavily worded press releases, then we are complicit in the abuse. justice and our Constitution, ”the message read. Lily.

President Donald Trump was impeached for the second time yesterday.  Photo / AP
President Donald Trump was impeached for the second time yesterday. Photo / AP

The answer received by the Democrat – who, like many of his colleagues, always took refuge in an office on Capitol Hill – was unanimous: Impeach.

“As much as our goal at the time was to return to Capitol Hill, we also recognized that we had just been attacked and that it was not just an attack on our country. It was an attack instigated by the leader of our country, ”Representative Eric Swalwell told the Los Angeles Times.

“The consensus was that we had just been attacked, we cannot let it continue to inspire attacks like this.”

Today, a little over a week later and a few days before his departure, Donald Trump has become the first American president in history to be impeached twice, this time for “incitement to insurgency”.

“We know that the President of the United States instigated this insurgency, this armed rebellion, against our common country,” Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said before the vote began.

“He must go. He is a clear and present danger to the nation we all love.”

When the impeachment article was passed – by a margin of 232-197, with 10 of those favoring Republicans – Pelosi said he confirmed that “no one is above the law, not even the president of the United States”.

“And now, sadly and with a broken heart for what it means for our country, of a president who incites insurgency, I will sign the gist of the impeachment article.”

Lieu, one of the many Californians who played a key role in the impeachment, immediately began writing the article with Rep. David Cicilline of Rhode Island during the long chaotic hours when the rioters descended.

Joined by Judicial Commission staff, including representative of constitutional law expert Jamie Raskin of Maryland, the final text says Trump “threatened the integrity of the democratic system, hindered the peaceful transition of power and endangered an equal branch of government ”.

“He thus betrayed his confidence as president, to the obvious prejudice of the people of the United States,” we can read.

When the group that had worked on the four-page text approached Pelosi, “she was determined enough to make it clear that the president couldn’t stay in power,” Swalwell told the LA Times.

Pelosi, who he said presented all options to remove Trump – censorship, impeachment and 25th Amendment – told her caucus on Friday afternoon that she would have preferred Trump to step down or Vice President Mike Pence invokes the latter option.

But as the days following the attack unfolded and more details emerged – and Pence confirmed he would not invoke the 25th Amendment – the 2019 impeachment official for Trump, Rep. Adam Schiff, said it only fueled the ire of politicians, allowing the impeachment decision to gain traction.

“It was a situation where, with each day after the next, people’s resolve got bigger and bigger,” he told the publication.

“The magnitude of the evil he created has been revealed more and more graphically every day.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is leading President Donald Trump's final impeachment vote for her role in spurring an angry mob to storm Congress last week.  Photo / AP
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is leading President Donald Trump’s final impeachment vote for her role in spurring an angry mob to storm Congress last week. Photo / AP

As Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell admitted this morning that there was “no chance” that the next trial in his chamber could be completed before President-elect Joe Biden was inaugurated on the 20th. In January, multiple sources said there was more support within the House Democratic caucus alone than there was in 2019 to do the job.

“What happened this time was in full view,” San Jose Rep. Zoe Lofgren told the LA Times, adding that a lengthy hearing process would not be necessary.

“I mean, he instigated a host of right-wing insurgents to come and overthrow the constitutional government a week ago. You don’t need a long investigation to find out.”

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Pelosi signs impeachment article against Trump http://naturabebes.com/pelosi-signs-impeachment-article-against-trump/ http://naturabebes.com/pelosi-signs-impeachment-article-against-trump/#respond Wed, 13 Jan 2021 08:00:00 +0000 http://naturabebes.com/pelosi-signs-impeachment-article-against-trump/ Evidence uncovered so far, including the weapons and tactics seen on surveillance video, suggests a level of planning that has led investigators to believe the attack was not just a protest that got out of hand, said a federal law enforcement official. Among the evidence the FBI is examining are indications that some attendees at […]]]>

Evidence uncovered so far, including the weapons and tactics seen on surveillance video, suggests a level of planning that has led investigators to believe the attack was not just a protest that got out of hand, said a federal law enforcement official.

Among the evidence the FBI is examining are indications that some attendees at the Trump rally at the Ellipse, outside the White House, left the event earlier, possibly to retrieve items at use for the Capitol Assault.

A team of investigators and prosecutors are focusing on the command and control aspect of the attack, examining travel and communications records to determine if they may constitute a case similar to a terrorism investigation, the official said.

The belief, at the start of the investigation, will require a thorough investigation.

The presence of prosecutors and corruption officers is in part due to their expertise in financial investigations.

“We are tracking the money,” the official said.

As of Wednesday morning, the FBI reported that it had received more than 126,000 digital tips from the public regarding the attack on Capitol Hill – more than three times the number of tips received on Monday.

Among the thousands of tips the FBI received, some appeared to show members of Congress with people who subsequently showed up at the Capitol Riot, two law enforcement officials said. This does not mean that members of Congress and staff are under investigation, but the FBI is verifying the veracity of the claims, officials said.

At least some of the arrests already made are part of a strategy used in counterterrorism investigations, to find even a minimal charge and try to remove a person of concern from the streets. This helps mitigate the possible threat amid concerns about possible attacks on the inauguration, officials say.

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Donald Trump becomes first US president to be impeached for the second time – as happened | US News http://naturabebes.com/donald-trump-becomes-first-us-president-to-be-impeached-for-the-second-time-as-happened-us-news/ http://naturabebes.com/donald-trump-becomes-first-us-president-to-be-impeached-for-the-second-time-as-happened-us-news/#respond Wed, 13 Jan 2021 08:00:00 +0000 http://naturabebes.com/donald-trump-becomes-first-us-president-to-be-impeached-for-the-second-time-as-happened-us-news/ A guillotine outside the Arizona State Capital. A Democratic governor burnt in effigy in Oregon. Lawmakers were evacuated as pro-Trump crowds gathered in state capitals of Georgia and New Mexico. Long live Idaho as the crowds were told their fellow citizens were “taking the Capitol” and “removing” Mike Pence, the vice president. As a crowd […]]]>

A guillotine outside the Arizona State Capital. A Democratic governor burnt in effigy in Oregon. Lawmakers were evacuated as pro-Trump crowds gathered in state capitals of Georgia and New Mexico. Long live Idaho as the crowds were told their fellow citizens were “taking the Capitol” and “removing” Mike Pence, the vice president.

As a crowd of thousands stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan.6, Trump supporters threatened lawmakers and their fellow citizens in cities across the country. Compared to the violent crowd in Washington, pro-Trump crowds elsewhere in the country were much smaller, drawing tens to hundreds of people. But they used the same extreme rhetoric, labeling both Democratic politicians and Republicans perceived to be disloyal to Trump as “traitors.”

As the FBI warns of plans for further armed protests in Washington and all 50 state capitals in the days leading up to Biden’s inauguration, and Fresh Calls for extreme violence are circulating on social media forums, the intensity of nationwide pro-Trump protests and attacks last week are testament to what could happen next.

Some of Wednesday’s pro-Trump protests did not turn violent. The dozens of Trump supporters who entered the Kansas state capital remained peaceful, according to many the news. In Carson City, Nevada, hundreds of Trump supporters drank beer and listened to rock music while denouncing the election results, the Reno Gazette Journal reported.

But in Los Angeles, white Trump supporters assaulted and ripped off the wig the head of a young black woman who passed by chance their demonstration of January 6, the The Los Angeles Times reported. A white woman was captured on video holding the wig and shouting “Fuck BLM!” And, “I did the first scalping of the New Civil War.”

In Ohio and Oregon, fighting erupted between counter-protesters and members of the Proud Boys, the neo-fascist group Trump had ordered in September to “step back and be ready.” The Proud Boys are also said to have demonstrated in Utah, California, Florida and Caroline from the south.

And in Washington state, Trump supporters, some armed, pushed through the door of the governor’s residence and stormed the lawn from the home of Democrat Jay Inslee. In Georgia, where lawmakers were evacuated of the state capital, members of the III% security forces militia, a group known for its anti-Muslim activism, had gathered outside.

Members of militias, neo-Nazis and other right-wing extremists have discussed several potential dates of armed protests in the coming days, according to researchers who monitor extremist groups, with proposals ranging from rallies or attacks on capital cities of State to a “Million Militia March” in Washington. .

The FBI newsletter warned of possible armed protests from January 16 “at least” until inauguration day on January 20, but researchers say energy had yet to come together around a single event . Public social media forums where Trump supporters have gathered to discuss the plans are rife with dramatic and contradictory rumors, but experts say more concrete plans are likely being made in private and in smaller forums that are more difficult to find. infiltrate.

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“Where was it a week ago?” “ http://naturabebes.com/where-was-it-a-week-ago/ http://naturabebes.com/where-was-it-a-week-ago/#respond Wed, 13 Jan 2021 08:00:00 +0000 http://naturabebes.com/where-was-it-a-week-ago/ As President Trump made history tonight as the only US president to be impeached twice, a White House adviser said “everyone is mad at everyone” at the inside the White House, the president being upset because he thinks people don’t defend him enough. “He is in self-pity mode,” the source said. The view among many […]]]>

As President Trump made history tonight as the only US president to be impeached twice, a White House adviser said “everyone is mad at everyone” at the inside the White House, the president being upset because he thinks people don’t defend him enough.

“He is in self-pity mode,” the source said.

The view among many close to Trump is that “his actions have led to no one else here,” adding, “he prompted a crowd to charge the Capitol building to stop decertification, he is not going to find much sympathetic Republicans “.

During the latest impeachment effort, Trump’s allies inside and outside the White House publicly defended him and sent talking points throughout the impeachment process.

Today it was the president who was on his own at the White House, releasing a statement first given to Fox News denouncing further violence, followed by a five-minute video that struck a chord very different from his first post after the attack. at the Capitol last week. Aides scrambled to find a way to publish the video, fearing that even a contrite Trump could have his videos deleted.

Additionally, there has been no organized effort to send talking points, unlike his first impeachment.

Many White House staff have left or resigned since the riots, including Hope Hicks, a longtime Trump confidante. Another person close to the White House said “he’s locked himself in the residence, that’s never a good thing.

“He’s lonely, there aren’t many people to bounce ideas off of, every time that happens he goes to his worst instincts. Now that Twitter is no longer available, God only knows what will be the outlet, ”the source said.

One outlet Trump is focusing on is to exercise his remaining power: pardons. Several sources told CNN that the next batch of pardons could arrive as early as Thursday, in part to distract from the current narrative.

One of the sources also noted that Trump was planning to present New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick with the Presidential Medal of Freedom honor tomorrow, but Belichick declined. The announcement of certain pardons could replace that, especially if there are some high-profile ones.

Moving forward: Another lingering question is whether Trump will forgive himself and his children.

A person close to Trump thinks it is a bad idea for him to forgive himself and his children in the wake of the riots, but that he wants to wield the power he has left.

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