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Published on 10 Aug 2022 / In News and Politics

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Dershowitz: Dems 'Stretching the Law' in Their Attempt to Burn Trumpβ€”
'Tomorrow it could be Black Lives Matter, or union organizers, or even a progressive president'

"The thing most upsetting to me as a liberal Democrat and civil libertarian is how hard they're searching for a crime," Dershowitz toldΒ Just the NewsΒ in an exclusive interview. "It reminds me of [former head of the Soviet secret police] Lavrentiy Beria saying to Josef Stalin, 'Show me the man, and I'll show you the crime.'"

He cited some of the wilder claims being made against Trump, including that he attempted to murder former Vice President Mike Pence to claiming he's guilty of dereliction of duty.

All those claims and many more have been made in trying to find some ground on which to charge him for the riot at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

In fact, he authorized thousands of troops to be available to prevent that very riot, and it was Democrats in Congress and in Washington, D.C., who refused to allow them to protect the Capitol.

"Today they're targeting Trump. Tomorrow it could be Black Lives Matter, or union organizers, or even a progressive president when the roles are flipped."

Dershowitz explained Democrats aren't following the law, but instead are "twisting" the law in the hope of seeing a charge brought against Trump, the report explained.

"Dershowitz's comments came a few days after the Washington Post reported the Justice Department is investigating Trump's actions as part of its criminal probe into the storming of the Capitol and efforts to challenge the 2020 election results," the report aid.

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Senate Joe Manchin was ask about his flip-flop on the tax raising and spending bill that he once Β rejected

Why should Americans believe you now when you say that this bill will not exacerbate inflation?" Baier asked.

"I’ll make sure I don't make that mistake again," Manchin responded, suggesting he knows he was wrong. "Bottom line, I'll make sure I didn't make that mistake again ... that's why I was extra cautious right now."

That is when Baier confronted Manchin with anΒ analysisΒ from the Penn Wharton Budget Model, whichΒ predictedΒ the bill "would very slightly increase inflation until 2024 and decrease inflation thereafter."

The analysis also noted its "estimates are statistically indistinguishable from zero, thereby indicating low confidence that the legislation will have any impact on inflation."

Manchin responded that he "respectfully disagrees" with the analysis, but did not explain why he believes it is wrong.
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President Biden Expected to Address Student Loan Forgiveness by End of Month
Insider: It’s August, and for student-loan borrowers, that means one thing: President Joe Biden has one month to announce whether he will be cutting their debt balances.

And it will be a long-awaited announcement. While Biden told reporters in July that he will announce his decision for relief before payments resume on September 1, borrowers, lawmakers, and student-loan companies alike have been growing increasingly nervous as the clock continues to tick toward that date without any guidance from the White House, with a lot of uncertainty surrounding how effectively debt cancellation can be implemented on such short notice.

Since Biden said in April that he would make a decision on student-loan forgiveness β€œin the coming weeks,” many borrowers have been anxiously awaiting details on what that relief will actually be, and when it will impact them.

While the only certainty Biden has given so far is what the relief will not be β€” $50,000 in debt cancellation β€” he is reportedly considering $10,000 in forgiveness for borrowers making under $150,000 a year, an amount he pledged while on the campaign trail(Insider).

Fox News: With Biden’s poll numbers showing he is currently unpopular even with his base leading into the November midterm elections, where control of Congress is at stake, the president’s move on the issue is critical.


Republicans have pushed back hard on the proposal to cancel student debt, pointing to the cost, proposed income caps, the fact that borrowers chose to take on the payments, and the ethics of requiring all taxpayers to foot the bill – including those who never took on student loans and those who already paid theirs off

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