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And... Carroll v. Trump has a court date!
As old men run around dismantling democracy, a roving group of loud, uncontrollable females are holding it together. Let’s take a look:
Lethal Liz Cheney
The Vice Chair of the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol, told America the story of how former President Donald J. Trump tried to overturn the 2020 election.
Fatal Fani T. Willis
The Atlanta District Attorney and her case that Trump and his associates are guilty of conspiracy to commit election fraud—energized to the hilt with Lethal Liz Cheney’s hearings—is rapidly heading towards bringing charges.
Terrible Tish James
New York Attorney General is conducting a civil investigation into the financial fraud(s) of the Trump family’s businesses and Trump’s multi-billion-dollar hotel and golf resort empire. While men hit balls with 4-irons, Tish hits men with lawsuits.
Cruel Cassidy Hutchinson
Former Trump White House aide, defying a hoard of crazed 50, 60, and 70-year old dickwads, came before the nation and revealed the extreme actions Trump took to remain in power.
Murderous Mary Trump
The psychologist warned us about her uncle Donald in her book, Too Much, And Never Enough, continues to stupefy us with the brilliance of her podcast and Substack, and is suing her uncle for cheating her out of her share of her grandfather’s fortune.
Wicked Robbie Kaplan
The leading civil rights attorney in America, Robbie, recently thumped the neo-Nazis and white supremacists in Charlottesville, is currently suing Ron DeSantis and the state of Florida for its Don’t Say Gay law, and, is working to hold Donald Trump accountable for fraudulent conduct in his business activities through her representations of Mary Trump as well as a class of victims of Trump’s fraudulent promotion of a multi-level marketing company.
& . . . Robbie Kaplan and Joshua Matz represent me in Carroll v. Trump. And, guess what? We got a court date!
And who is on YOUR list of Dangerous Women?
(And I hope to Gawd you don’t think it’s dangerous to put yourself on that list!)
P.S. What dangerous thing did you do today?
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