Special counsel seeks postponement of Trump espionage trial, as Jan 6 probe escalates. Marking one year after the fall of Roe v. Wade. And LGBTQ Pride celebrations are defying the hate.
Late Friday night, several motions were filed by Special Counsel Jack Smith, including one asking Judge Aileen Cannon to postpone the Trump documents case until December, while also announcing 84 witnesses for the prosecution. At the same time, news broke that a Trump campaign official who testified before the grand jury in the special counsel’s January 6th investigation of Trump is now in talks to cooperate, perhaps getting immunity in return for testifying against Trump. What is going on here?
A year after the fall of Roe v. Wade, protests are planned throughout the weekend to mark the anniversary as activists gear up for the fight and Republicans are in turmoil over the issue.
And rather than inhibiting LGBTQ Pride as some of us feared, the attacks on LGBTQ rights by extremists have actually fomented celebrations in towns that hadn’t previously had any public events as people realize what is at stake and why they must stand up.
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