Like Shooting Turtles on a Pond…Constitutional Crisis by a ?

Evidence keeps pouring in…

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1st Two Pages of above Pdf Download which is a highly dangerous and explosive Report-

A. The Senate Judiciary Committee’s Investigation
On January 22, 2021, the New York Times reported that Jeffrey Bossert Clark, the former
Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Civil Division, sought
to involve DOJ in efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results and plotted with then-
President Trump to oust Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen, who reportedly refused
Trump’s demands.

1 On January 23, 2021, the Wall Street Journal reported that Trump had urged
DOJ to file a lawsuit in the Supreme Court seeking to invalidate President Biden’s victory.

These reports followed Trump’s months-long effort to undermine the results of the election,
which culminated in the violent insurrection at the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021.
The Senate Committee on the Judiciary immediately launched an investigation into
Trump’s reported efforts to enlist DOJ in his election subversion scheme. On January 23, 2021,
the Committee asked DOJ to produce documents related to these efforts. DOJ cooperated with
the Committee’s request, producing several hundred pages of calendars, emails, and other
documents in the ensuing months.
On May 20, 2021, following DOJ’s production of emails from former White House Chief
of Staff Mark Meadows to Rosen asking DOJ to investigate several debunked election fraud
claims, the Committee asked the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) for
additional Trump White House records related to Trump’s attempts to secure DOJ’s help in
overturning the election results. The Committee’s request sought White House records between
November 3, 2020 and the end of Trump’s presidency related to meetings and communications
between and among White House and DOJ officials. NARA has not responded to date, and has
represented to the Committee that the delay in transitioning electronic Trump records from the
White House to NARA may prevent the Committee from obtaining a response for several more
In addition to obtaining and reviewing documents, the Committee interviewed key former
DOJ personnel, including Rosen, former Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General Richard
Donoghue, and former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia Byung Jin (“BJay”)
Pak. DOJ and the White House authorized these witnesses to testify about their internal
communications without restriction, citing the Committee’s “compelling legislative interests …
in understanding these extraordinary events: namely, the question whether former President
Trump sought to cause the Department to use its law enforcement and litigation authorities to advance his personal political interests with respect to the results of the 2020 presidential

The Committee also requested to interview Clark, whom DOJ authorized to testify on the
same terms as the other former DOJ officials. DOJ authorized Clark’s appearance on July 26,

  1. More than two months after DOJ authorized him to testify without restriction, Clark still
    has not agreed to the Committee’s request that he sit for a voluntary interview.
    B. Key Findings
    The Committee continues to investigate Trump’s efforts to involve DOJ in his election
    subversion scheme, including by pursuing Trump White House records that NARA has thus far
    been unable to produce and additional witness interviews as appropriate. Given the gravity of the
    misconduct the Committee has uncovered to date, however—and in the interest of making a
    public record of Trump’s efforts to compromise DOJ’s independence—the Committee is
    releasing this interim staff report. The report makes six primary findings:
    FINDING 1: President Trump repeatedly asked DOJ leadership to endorse his false
    claims that the election was stolen and to assist his efforts to overturn the election results.
    Beginning on the day former Attorney General William Barr announced his resignation and
    continuing almost until the January 6 insurrection, Trump directly and repeatedly asked DOJ’s
    acting leadership to initiate investigations, file lawsuits on his behalf, and publicly declare the
    2020 election “corrupt.” Documents and testimony confirm that Rosen, and in some cases other
    senior DOJ leaders, participated in several calls and meetings where Trump directly raised
    discredited claims of election fraud and asked why DOJ was not doing more to address them.
    These calls and meetings included:
     December 15, 2020 – Oval Office meeting including Rosen and Donoghue
     December 23, 2020 – Trump-Rosen Call
     December 24, 2020 – Trump-Rosen Call
     December 27, 2020 – Trump-Rosen-Donoghue Call
     December 28, 2020 – Trump-Donoghue Call
     December 30, 2020 – Trump-Rosen Call
     December 31, 2020 – Oval Office meeting including Rosen and Donoghue
     January 3, 2021 – Oval Office meeting including Rosen and Donoghue
     January 3, 2021 – Trump-Donoghue Call
    In attempting to enlist DOJ for personal, political purposes in an effort to maintain his
    hold on the White House, Trump grossly abused the power of the presidency. He also arguably

3 Letter from Bradley Weinsheimer, Assoc. Dep. Att’y Gen., to Jeffrey Clark (July 26, 2021) (on file with the
Committee); Letter from Bradley Weinsheimer, Assoc. Dep. Att’y Gen., to Richard Donoghue (July 26, 2021) (on
file with the Committee); Letter from Bradley Weinsheimer, Assoc. Dep. Att’y Gen., to Byung J. Pak (July 26,
2021) (on file with the Committee); Letter from Bradley Weinsheimer, Assoc. Dep. Att’y Gen., to Jeffrey Rosen