Remember, Turley's not actually paid for legal analysis. He's paid to fabricate serious-sounding legal rationales for Fox propaganda.
January 14, 2022

In today's episode of "Is Jonathan Turley Really This Stupid?", the erstwhile expert shares the silver lining to seditious conspiracy charges against Oath Keeper members. Via Media Matters:

Here's what he told Brett Baier.

"What's interesting is whether the Republicans are going to make a big deal out of the fact that the indictment seems to sort of clear Trump in one respect. And that is, you have the head of the Proud Boys, at least in this group, expressing frustration that President Trump is not willing to do more than talk. That may be played back by the other side to combat a broader conspiracy of sedition," he said.

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