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Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee tweeted, "Is Joe about to announce the roundup of all Trump voters?" "This is pure hate speech if ever there was one."
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) accused Biden of dividing the country.
"Tonight, Joe Biden vilified millions of Americans in a divisive and angry speech divorced from the reality of his political failures." "He isn't interested in restoring the nation's soul; he is only interested in pitting his fellow Americans against one another," Cruz said.
Biden accused conservatives of being fascists, despite the fact that his own administration has acted like fascists. Democrats were the ones who shut down our businesses, schools, and churches. Democrats were the ones who told Jews they couldn't bury their dead. Democrats were the ones who punished Christians for singing hymns.
And it was a Democrat who posed as a modern-day Hitler in front of our great nation's birthplace.
Like Jesus’ disciples (Matthew 24:3), we wonder what is in store for this world. What will happen? The Bible lays out an enthralling picture. At least one-fifth of His Word is prophecy.The Second Coming is mentioned 318 times in the New Testament’s 260 chapters. Obviously,this is not a doctrine to ignore; God desires us to know about Christ’s return.
Oath Keepers attorney Kellye SoRelle was arrested Sept. 1 in Texas and charged with four federal counts related to alleged obstruction of the peaceful transfer of power from President Donald Trump to Joseph Biden Jr. in January 2021.
SoRelle, 43, was arrested in Junction, Texas, on a warrant from the District of Columbia. She was charged (pdf) with conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, aiding and abetting the obstruction of an official proceeding, entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds, and obstruction of justice – tampering with documents.
Her indictment could jeopardize the trial of Oath Keepers founder Elmer Stewart Rhodes III and several members and associates on September 26. SoRelle was expected to be called as a defense witness to testify that there was no seditious conspiracy for the Oath Keepers to attack the Capitol or tamper with the electoral vote counting.
According to attorney Jonathon Moseley, who represented Rhodes before the House Select Committee on Jan. 6 and previously represented Oath Keepers defendant Kelly Meggs, being under indictment could remove her from witness lists. Moseley expressed concern about the timing of SoRelle's arrest.
A trial delay will be required.
Moseley told The Epoch Times that the FBI interviewed her as early as May 2021. "As a result, they wait until just before the trial to deprive the Oath Keepers of another witness." As a result, the Oath Keepers trial will have to be postponed from September to November.
"She can testify while she's under investigation, but that's not going to happen in three weeks," Moseley said. Amit Mehta, a federal judge, has denied numerous defense motions to postpone the trial. Attorney Brad Geyer recently told Judge Mehta that he cannot properly prepare for trial because federal prosecutors are withholding exculpatory evidence that would benefit his client Kenneth Harrelson and other Oath Keepers defendants.
The select committee on January 6 attempted to link former President Donald Trump to an alleged conspiracy with the Oath Keepers to keep Trump in power after his inauguration on January 20, 2021.
SoRelle and Rhodes deny any direct contact with Trump or involvement in a conspiracy. In December 2020, they wrote him an open letter urging him to use the Insurrection Act, which would have allowed the use of militias to put down riots or protect buildings such as the White House from Antifa radicals.
Rhodes denied claims made by an Oath Keepers member that he attempted to call Trump from a D.C. hotel on January 6.
William Todd Wilson, 45, of Newton Grove, North Carolina, made that claim in a plea agreement. Wilson pleaded guilty to seditious conspiracy and obstruction of an official government proceeding on May 4, both felonies punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
Wilson told prosecutors that on the late afternoon of January 6, he was in a room at the Phoenix Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. According to his plea agreement statement of offense, he claims Rhodes called an unnamed person to "repeatedly implore the individual to tell Trump to call upon groups like the Oath Keepers to forcibly oppose the transfer of power" (pdf).
Moseley claimed it never happened.
"When asked specifically about this report, Stewart Rhodes directly told me that he completely denied the claim that he had tried to call Trump through an intermediary, directly or indirectly," Moseley told The Epoch Times on May 9, 2022.
It is unclear whether SoRelle will be tried alongside members of the Oath Keepers or on her own. The prosecution of the Oath Keepers, according to Rhodes, is part of a larger effort to bring down Trump and keep him off the ballot in November 2024.
According to Moseley, the conviction of Rhodes and other Oath Keepers would be viewed by some as a "October Surprise" that would help Democrats win the midterm elections.
"Stewart Rhodes has also stated that he believes the plan is to prepare the public for an indictment of Donald Trump prior to the November elections," Moseley explained.
SoRelle has worked on legal matters for the Oath Keepers as well as Latinos for Trump. She worked as an assistant district attorney in Cameron County, Texas, from 2011 to 2017.