We know the former president spoke to Kevin McCarthy and Jim Jordan as the January 6th insurrection unfolded, but his missing phone records leave a lot of open questions. Elsewhere in Washington, Republican congressman Madison Cawthorne's allegations of cocaine use and orgies among lawmakers have drawn rebukes from members of his party.The person in charge of the show's YouTube channel neglected to mention that the first half of the monologue focused on Putin's war on Ukraine. The material about The Former Guy's missing phone records begins about halfway through. The lack of records certainly looks suspicious.
Stephen opened Tuesday's show with his and the show's writers speculating on This Is Who T**** Called During The Capitol Insurrection.
Ordering a pizza for someone who isn't expecting one is a well-know hacker prank. Imagining that the prankster is also trying to poison the target is something much more sinister. That The Former Guy has such a bad reputation that anyone would think it's funny is scary!
The night before, Stephen's first segment at the host desk was Ginni Thomas's Texts To Meadows Are Full Of B-Movie Quotes And Conspiracy Theories.
The Jan 6th committee wants to hear from two people who may have committed crimes in their efforts to help the former president overturn Joe Biden's electoral victory: disgraced attorney John Eastman, and Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.That all sounds even loopier than I expected, although I shouldn't be surprised after listening to double Razzie winner Mike Lindell. I just had hope that the wife of a Supreme Court Justice would be less susceptible to conspiracy theories. Nope, she's not.
I'm sure this won't be the last I'll write about the investigation into last year's attempted self-coup. In the meantime, follow over the jump for the top posts about it and the other attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election from the eleventh year of Crazy Eddie's Motie News.