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Another Banana Republic Alert: House Judiciary report: Biden admin used counterterrorism powers against parents without cause
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March 22, 2023 3:23 am
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The string pullers of "that feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap" are a disgrace. They shame Madison's Bill of Rights and rape Lincoln's vision of a nation "of the people, by the people and for the people."

Memo to Curt: This show be waaaaaaaaaay beyond even your propensity for Good German-ism. Don't even go there.

Citing a trove of recently obtained documents, lawmakers behind Judiciary’s weaponization subcommittee probe into the controversial memo said the Biden administration “misused federal law-enforcement and counterterrorism resources for political purposes.”

"The Justice Department’s own documents demonstrate that there was no compelling nationwide law-enforcement justification for the Attorney General’s directive or the Department components’ execution thereof,” the interim report reads.

Documents released by the panel as part of the report show “strong negative reactions” to Mr. Garland’s memo by local law enforcement officials days after it was issued.

U.S. Attorney Steven D. Weinhoeft of the Southern District of Illinois reported that Mr. Garland’s memo was “very poorly received” among local law enforcement officials, some of whom described the threats outlined in the memo as “a manufactured issue.”

These admissions supplement whistleblower disclosures about the FBI’s actions, including disclosures the FBI investigated a mom because she belonged to a ‘right-wing mom’s group’ and ‘is a gun owner’ and a dad because ‘he rails against the government,’” the committee said in Tuesday’s report.

None of those investigations have resulted in federal arrests or charges, the panel said in the report.

Mr. Garland issued his memo ordering the Justice Department to sniff out “threats” against school boards in response to a letter from the National School Boards Association demanding federal authorities crack down on parents who, according to the school boards group, were becoming upset at local school board meetings.


Gang,

There's a serious "connect the dots" thing going on here. The Former Trucker's gang is Big Brother for sure. This constant Banana Republic thing takes Big Brother to a whole other realm.

You wanna know why people are so on board with the "fascistic and disgusting" anti-LGBT Laws? It's all the same deal...and momentum is building. Mandates. Lockdowns. Early morning raiding the home of the home of a Catholic daddy who counsels expecting moms outside of abortion clinics. Libraries hosting drag queens for toddlers.

Big Brother has turned into Banana Republic dictator and the antiSwamp, as po'd say, EFFIN alive and well.

Big Bro Joe...or, his string pullers...have gone waaaaaaaaaay too far. The left will have h, e, double hockey sticks to pay in 024, unless they can come up with a mountain of shenanigan ballots.


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  1. by oldedude on March 22, 2023 8:36 am
    Lead. I am more than a little dismayed that you believe that using this law to start DOJ and the intelligence communities to target these domestic terrorists a threat to "democracy." Our Republic is now on the verge of collapse now that parents actually know what their children are being taught! You really have to look at the GOP and only their wanton use of investigating the "gasp" "president!" in a sham "investigation" where they actually asked for financial records to actually see money flowing through the president's family!


    All in good humor. Well maybe it's extremely frightening. But that's how I hear the sheep talk...


  2. by HatetheSwamp on March 22, 2023 8:48 am

    Bang on. And, written in the style of po


  3. by Curt_Anderson on March 22, 2023 9:21 am
    I noticed that the Washington Times piece is long on inflammatory adverbs and adjectives, and short on verbs of what abuse supposedly happened at the behest of the justice department.

    Garland's order did not direct localities to increase police presence at school board meetings or make arrests — local decisions that the attorney general does not control. An accompanying justice department news release said the order would establish training to help school board members "understand the type of behavior that constitutes threats, how to report threatening conduct to the appropriate law enforcement agencies, and how to capture and preserve evidence of threatening conduct to aid in the investigation and prosecution of these crimes."

    Republicans grilled Garland about the order during an October 2021 hearing of the House Judiciary Committee. He said parents have a constitutional right to complain about their children’s education at school board meetings and that he could not "imagine a situation where [that] would be labeled as domestic terrorism."

    "I want to be as clear as I can be," he said. "This is not about what happens at school board meetings. It’s only about the threats of violence and violence aimed at school officials, employees and teachers."

    Garland said federal officials would not be attending school board meetings and that his order did not suggest otherwise.


  4. by Curt_Anderson on March 22, 2023 9:30 am
    It’s not about stifling the free-speech rights of conservatives. It’s about violent threats to school officials.
    justice.gov


  5. by HatetheSwamp on March 22, 2023 12:14 pm

    I noticed that the Washington Times piece is long on inflammatory adverbs and adjectives, and short on verbs of what abuse supposedly happened at the behest of the justice department.

    Bahahahahahahahahahaha, there, Curt.

    Try reading a Washington POST article on Trump and the 020 election.

    Keeheeheeheeheeheeheehee, ha, ahhhhhhh!


  6. by oldedude on March 22, 2023 1:41 pm
    It’s not about stifling the free-speech rights of conservatives. It’s about violent threats to school officials.
    Bu!!sht


  7. by Curt_Anderson on March 22, 2023 2:16 pm
    "Bahahahahahahahahahaha, there, Curt... Keeheeheeheeheeheeheehee, ha, ahhhhhhh!" --HtS

    Link?

    "Bu!!sht" --OD

    Link?

    OD and HtS,
    Thank you both for your well-reasoned and insightful rebuttals to my comment.


  8. by HatetheSwamp on March 22, 2023 2:31 pm

    You're a hoot, Curt. Inflammatory modifiers in the progressive SwampMedia never seem to concern you...especially when they're aimed at the Orange One.

    Bahahahahahahahahahaha.


  9. by Curt_Anderson on March 22, 2023 2:41 pm
    "...FBI investigated a mom because she belonged to a ‘right-wing mom’s group’ and ‘is a gun owner’ and a dad because ‘he rails against the government,’” the committee said in Tuesday’s report.

    None of those investigations have resulted in federal arrests or charges, the panel said in the report." --HtS

    I must admit you were right, HtS The FBI investigations (if they happened) did not result in federal arrests or charges. The charges against the "right wing moms' group" were at the state level, your state in fact.

    Monroe County Moms For Liberty chairperson charged with harassment
    The chairperson for the Monroe County chapter of notorious special-interest group Moms For Liberty has been issued a summary charge of harassment, court documents show.

    According to a court document, Nicole Marie Prussman, 42, of Albrightsville, was arrested on a summary charge of harassment on Wednesday, March 15 in Pike Couny.

    The victim allegedly received multiple messages from Prussman, even after they messaged her various times to stop contacting them. Prussman allegedly did not stop, and was subsequently charged with harassment.

    Prussman is known in the area as the chapter chair of Moms For Liberty, a non-profit organization which claims it advocates for parental rights in schools.

    Secret Moms for Liberty audio captures threatening rhetoric targeting a school librarian
    An audio recording from a recent Moms for Liberty meeting in Cabot captures a group member musing about gunning down a school librarian over tension about what books are appropriate for young readers.

    The person who captured that audio at a June 9 meeting at Crossroads Cafe in Cabot asked to remain anonymous. The person said keeping audio records of public meetings is simply their normal practice, but that they decided to share this one because it was disturbing. The person confirmed the voice in the recording belongs to Melissa “Missy” Bosch, the leader of an anti-mask effort in the Cabot School District last year, and an administrator of the Moms for Liberty – Lonoke County, AR Facebook page.

    Launched in Florida in early 2021, Moms for Liberty is a conservative organization already known for driving boisterous campaigns against mask mandates in schools and pushing to remove books and curriculum that address sexuality, LGBTQ rights, racism or discrimination.
    poconorecord.com
    arktimes.com


  10. by HatetheSwamp on March 22, 2023 3:05 pm

    None of those investigations have resulted in federal arrests or charges, the panel said in the report." --HtS

    huh


  11. by Curt_Anderson on March 22, 2023 4:07 pm
    "huh" ---HtS

    That's an example of the sort of insightful comments I can count on from our conservative commenters.


  12. by oldedude on March 22, 2023 4:19 pm
    Thank you both for your well-reasoned and insightful rebuttals to my comment.

    Curt, there are two issues that I find truly unbelievable (and at times unbearable). The first is your total lack of empathy. The second is you're second grade notion that everything the government says is true and factual. Honestly, without going "pondy" over the statement, that's the best I could say about it. I guess there is a third thing. You're completely passive-aggressive responses. So to start the post, "Bless your heart, darlin'."

    I think it extremely humorous that you can't actually wrap your head around burning down cities as terrorism, AND you believe that putting your voice down on record when the school district allowed the rape of your daughter (because the perp had done it at a prior school, and the district did nothing). This goes back to your lack of empathy. The young woman "chose" to go to school that day. She chose to go to the bathroom for whatever reason. The biological male was gaming the system because he "identified" as a female and used that reason to use both restrooms and a way to rape two women (that we're aware of). So. It's her fault.

    "The National School Boards Association has now apologized for that letter labeling parents “domestic terrorists” subject to the Patriot Act if they speak up about their kids’ education. When will the White House apologize for requesting the hysterical memo, and Attorney General Merrick Garland for responding by directing the FBI to get involved?

    Friday [Oct 21, 2022], the NSBA board repudiated the letter: “There was no justification for some of the language included” and parents’ voices should “be heard.”

    It turned out the two top execs hadn’t gotten the board’s OK before sending it; they were too eager to satisfy White House aides’ urgent request for the missive.

    Garland himself told Congress that no “body of evidence” shows any uptick in violence at school board meetings. (Other than the dad arrested because he rightly lost it when the Loudoun County board tried to cover up his daughter’s rape.) With the letter withdrawn, the AG is obliged to retract his public statement implying that dissenting parents should shut up or the feds might come calling."


    nypost.com


  13. by Curt_Anderson on March 22, 2023 6:33 pm
    OD,
    If you and HtS want to make the case that the "Biden admin used counterterrorism powers against parents without cause", produce some actual examples. The article HtS quoted didn't provide any. All HtS posted was that there were "strong negative reactions" to a Garland memo that was "very poorly received". So what? Everybody's a critic.

    It should be no surprise that the DOJ and its agencies investigate threats of violence against elected officials. They also investigate threats against election workers. That's covered in their mission statement "to protect civil rights" which includes our right to vote and elect our fellow citizens without undo interference.

    That Loudon County school board meeting in which the dad of rape victim understandably "lost it" (your words) and was arrested, the DOJ or the FBI was not involved. It was the local police who hauled him off.
    foxnews.com


  14. by oldedude on March 23, 2023 6:10 am
    I did.

    See #12.


  15. by oldedude on March 23, 2023 8:04 am
    "It should be no surprise that the DOJ and its agencies investigate threats of violence against elected officials. They also investigate threats against election workers. That's covered in their mission statement "to protect civil rights" which includes our right to vote and elect our fellow citizens without undo interference."

    And yet you continually maintain that it's no big deal to attempt to assassinate a SCOTUS member. Or shoot a member of congress. You need to look at your deceiving language through concealment or misrepresentation of truth and your extreme hatred for the left (read doubletalk).

    DOJ (read FBI, et.al) put these citizens in the same category as the folks that took out the twin towers, hijacked aircraft from the 1970's in to the 2000', and are giving their lives (literally) to murder you, po, Donna (for many different reasons) and to take down the United States. So your saying their "words" are to that standard? He!!, we can't even get agreement on getting cartels designated as "terrorist organizations." When you're on this list, your rights change. It's easier to get wiretapped, no knock warrants, and entry, followed, and held without charges. It's not "just" an administrative issue.


  16. by Curt_Anderson on March 23, 2023 10:25 am
    OD,
    First off, I have never excused or minimized assassinations, murder or attempted murder.

    That "attempt" to kill Justice Kavanaugh wasn't much of an attempt. The would-be assassin called 911 on himself before entering the property. The guy obviously has psychiatric issues. Fortunately, he was at least self-aware enough to report himself to authorities before anybody was hurt.

    The FBI should investigate assassination, murder and terroristic plots. I agree with the advice that we all heard after 9/11 "if you see something, say something". It shouldn't matter if the suspects/perpetrators are named Muhammed, Timothy McVeigh, Moms For Liberty, Proud Boys, KKK or Antifa.

    Drug cartels are certainly criminal organizations, I am not so sure they meet the definition of terrorist organization. I don't like water-downed definitions. Terrorism is usually defined as the unlawful use or threatened use of violence committed against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives. What are the political or social objectives of drug cartels---that would distinguish them from garden-variety criminals?

    Back to my earlier point, you and HtS still have not provided any examples of the supposed Biden administration's use of "counterterrorism powers against parents without cause". There either has been cause and/or the power wasn't used by the DOJ. The arrests and charges listed in this thread were all at the state/local level.

    cnn.com


  17. by oldedude on March 23, 2023 2:01 pm
    First off, I have never excused or minimized assassinations, murder or attempted murder.
    You did with the Scalise shooter, and the attempted shooting of the chief justice and his family. In the latter case, you stated that he was caught so it didn't count.

    That "attempt" to kill Justice Kavanaugh wasn't much of an attempt. The would-be assassin called 911 on himself before entering the property. The guy obviously has psychiatric issues. Fortunately, he was at least self-aware enough to report himself to authorities before anybody was hurt.Bold

    AAANNNNNNNNDNDDDDDDD..... you just did it again...

    Drug cartels are certainly criminal organizations, I am not so sure they meet the definition of terrorist organization. I don't like water-downed definitions.

    International terrorism: Violent, criminal acts committed by individuals and/or groups who are inspired by, or associated with, designated foreign terrorist organizations or nations (state-sponsored).

    Domestic terrorism:
    Violent, criminal acts committed by individuals and/or groups to further ideological goals stemming from domestic influences, such as those of a political, religious, social, racial, or environmental nature.



    Back to my earlier point, you and HtS still have not provided any examples of the supposed Biden administration's use of "counterterrorism powers against parents without cause".

    Then why did DOJ apologize in writing for doing that? If they didn't do it, there would be no apology, especially from the director.
    "The National School Boards Association has now apologized for that letter labeling parents “domestic terrorists” subject to the Patriot Act if they speak up about their kids’ education. When will the White House apologize for requesting the hysterical memo, and Attorney General Merrick Garland for responding by directing the FBI to get involved?"

    FBI whistleblower alleges DOJ used counter-terrorism tactics against parents
    https://youtu.be/Ahqac8i0QpI

    Pennsylvania parent speaks out after DOJ targets parents at school board meetings
    https://youtu.be/sM8Cfv_gk_E

    Ari Fleischer: DOJ 'sending every wrong signal' assigning FBI to school board meetings
    Video link:https://video.foxnews.com/v/6275918751001
    fbi.gov


  18. by oldedude on March 23, 2023 2:14 pm
    Oh. One more thing. Why don't the cartels rise to the level of international terrorism, but parents at a school board meeting Whose books can't be read (they're pornographic), but the kids get them in school? I'm confused. Cartels literally eat the bodies of their enemies. They''ve created an environment that used to be more violent than Afghanistan (of course, now it isn't because we got out).

    Mexican drug cartel recruits are being trained in cannibalism at barbaric “terror schools,” according to a new report.

    The gruesome practice, exposed in a viral video that surfaced last month, is the latest tactic in a violent turf war between two of Mexico’s most brutal cartels — “a sort of Olympics of cruelty and sadism,” the Daily Beast reported.

    “I’ve been there and there was a lot of [cannibalism],” a member of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel told the outlet. “They recruit them and then they start working on them.

    “First they teach them how to cut people,” said the man, who spoke on the condition that he remain anonymous. “They start by learning how to sever the extremities.”

    nypost.com
    news.com.au
    dailystar.co.uk
    nypost.com


  19. by oldedude on March 23, 2023 3:20 pm
    Lead, I remember the good old days when the sheep were steadfast against "the man." Now they're supporting the CIA covert ops, DOJ harassing innocent people that's worse than the Hoover years, and hating people that speak out against their voice being heard. friggin sheeple snowflakes.


  20. by Curt_Anderson on March 23, 2023 3:25 pm
    "Then why did DOJ apologize in writing for doing that?" --OD

    The DOJ didn't. The National School Boards Association apologized for that letter labeling parents "domestic terrorists".

    If you are going to say that the guy who stood outside Kavanaugh's home and called 9/11 on himself was making assassination attempt, then you need to say all the January 6th insurrectionists who were chanting "hang Mike Pence" and constructed a gallows, were making an assassination attempt. That goes for the Moms for Liberty who openly discussed killing a school librarian. It also goes for all the people who at Trump's prompting told Georgia election workers that they were going to be killed.

    There is a difference between saying you'd kill somebody, attempting to kill somebody and actually killing somebody. All should be investigated, but they are at different levels of seriousness.


  21. by oldedude on March 23, 2023 4:45 pm
    If you are going to say that the guy who stood outside Kavanaugh's home and called 9/11 on himself was making assassination attempt, then you need to say all the January 6th insurrectionists who were chanting "hang Mike Pence" and constructed a gallows, were making an assassination attempt.

    I can't believe you under that little about law. It's depressing that a citizen missed that much school to make those two equal.

    1. Was their motive (I think in both cases, yes)
    2. Was their means. (yes on the gun, doubtful on the "hanging")
    3. Was their opportunity (Kavanaugh, yes. not only did butthead have a gun, but was attempting to enter the house of the victim in which he thought the victim was. Was this done on the grounds of the whitehouse, or was there a plot to kidnap Pence?
    4. Was there intent. (Kavanaugh absolutely, he was caught attempting to enter the house. J6, doubtful considering they knew they couldn't get in to the whitehouse. Nor did they show intent to get in either his residence or the whitehouse. And no plot to kidnap Pence.

    "That goes for the Moms for Liberty who openly discussed killing a school librarian."

    The question remains. "openly discussed" or "talking about" means nothing. Was there a plot to kill? Was the librarian personally threatened (misdemeanor). Was that threat acted on? If yes, high potential of a felony.


  22. by oldedude on March 23, 2023 4:53 pm
    Still, Attorney General Merrick Garland sent a memo in October 2021 sharing plans to call on the FBI, U.S. attorneys, and other federal officials to meet and strategize about addressing threats to school officers around the country.

    The interim report found that the Justice Department’s “own documents demonstrate that there was no compelling nationwide law-enforcement justification for the Attorney General’s directive or the Department components’ execution thereof.” The report also said internal communications show “the Biden Administration and National School Boards Association extensively colluded prior to the Attorney General’s memorandum on October 4, 2021.”

    Several examples are cited in the report to illustrate how, after surveying local law enforcement, U.S. Attorney’s offices “around the country reported back to Main Justice that there was no legitimate law-enforcement basis for the Attorney General’s directive to use federal law-enforcement and counterterrorism resources to investigate school board-related threats.”

    dailywire.com


  23. by Curt_Anderson on March 23, 2023 8:21 pm
    “Was their opportunity (Kavanaugh, yes. not only did butthead have a gun, but was attempting to enter the house of the victim in which he thought the victim was.” —OD

    Not so. He was outside Kavanaugh’s house still on the phone with 911 who he called himself.



  24. by oldedude on March 23, 2023 9:39 pm
    Because he chickened out is not an excuse in the law. It "might" be a reason for a 72-hour hold and treat, but he was still there with the intent. Sorry.


  25. by Curt_Anderson on March 23, 2023 11:03 pm
    For purposes of accuracy and clarity, I will cross out anything that is not true in your statement,

    "not only did butthead have a gun, but was attempting to enter the house of the victim in which he thought the victim was." ---OD

    He made no attempt to enter the house. There were two federal marshals guarding Kavanaugh's home. Had he stepped onto the property, they would have stopped him. He was outside of Kavanaugh's home where the taxi dropped him off. He had a gun but it was unloaded and in a locked suitcase.

    You imply that you have some high degree of legal knowledge In that case, based on the man's statements to 911 as to his intentions (although apparently ambivalent) and his actions by being near and outside Kavanaugh's house there was mens rea, but where is the actus reus? Unless you believe having a gun in Washington DC is a crime in itself. Or maybe you are the type who wants to prosecute thought crimes.
    nypost.com


  26. by HatetheSwamp on March 24, 2023 4:11 am

    "huh" ---HtS

    Who, me?


  27. by oldedude on March 24, 2023 5:31 am
    "You imply that you have some high degree of legal knowledge In that case, based on the man's statements to 911 as to his intentions (although apparently ambivalent) and his actions by being near and outside Kavanaugh's house there was mens rea, but where is the actus reus? Unless you believe having a gun in Washington DC is a crime in itself."

    Roske was from CA. They ONLY way to legally own a gun in MD (DC and MD are two different jurisdictions BTW) is to be a MD resident (or a military member stationed in MD). Therefore yes, he is guilty of a gun crime in MD. That really doesn't matter, because he's being charged federally so the state has little to nothing to say about it, unless they want to charge him with additional MD crimes that are not double jeopardy. I know your "feelings" get butthurt when they're challenged. My three cites are one's that were in the sheeple media, so they should have come across your radar. All you're doing now is proving my point.

    Calif. man indicted for allegedly attempting to assassinate Brett Kavanaugh at his home (June 15, 2022)

    The California man arrested last week near Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's home has been indicted on a charge of attempted assassination.

    The federal grand jury on Wednesday formally accused 26-year-old Nicholas Roske, of Simi Valley, of attempting to kill Kavanaugh.


    A California man is facing a charge of attempted murder after his arrest near the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

    Nicholas John Roske, 26, had planned to murder a Supreme Court justice and was armed with a pistol and tactical knife, court documents said.

    The suspect was taken into custody at about 01:00 local time (06:00 BST).

    Protection for the justices has been beefed up ahead of a landmark ruling on US abortion rights.

    According to an affidavit filed in US District Court, Mr Roske was spotted by two US Deputy Marshals while getting out of a taxi in front of a Supreme Court justice's home.

    According to the indictment, prosecutors will also seek to have Roske forfeit various property if convicted, including the firearms and other equipment that authorities said he carried on him at the time of his arrest on June 8.

    Roske was previously charged, via criminal complaint, with attempted murder for allegedly making threats against Kavanaugh and showing up armed to Kavanaugh's Maryland home.


    Nicholas Roske, accused of trying to kill Brett Kavanaugh, pleads not guilty

    abcnews.go.com
    bbc.com
    cbsnews.com
    View Video


  28. by Curt_Anderson on March 24, 2023 8:47 am
    OD,
    You now admit the man was NOT attempting to enter Judge Kavanaugh’s home. Good, that’s a start. Now where is the actus reus? That’s the missing of two components to make his intentions the crime of attempted assassination.


  29. by oldedude on March 24, 2023 11:51 am
    He's been arrested by the Feds. I think their lawyers are much better at the US legal system than you. Give it a rest.

    THEY said there was. According to those on scene. There is enough to charge him with attempted murder. Or didn't you bother to read that? They had enough they didn't need to go through a grand jury. They did an affidavit, which means they have enough to make a case and jury trial without all that.

    I can't believe you're still arguing with me, after DOJ made the decision to affect an arrest. ESPECIALLY since you believe they are beyond reproach and do everything by the book! I guess that doesn't work if it's one of your buddies.


  30. by Curt_Anderson on March 24, 2023 12:02 pm
    And yet he is presumed innocent. Let’s see if is he convicted of attempted assassination. I will remind you of your admiration of federal lawyers and their ability to identify guilt if and when Trump is charged.


  31. by HatetheSwamp on March 24, 2023 12:10 pm

    Exactly!

    Putin Impressed With American System Of Prosecuting Political Opponents

    "This Biden man has merit," Putin told translators in a meeting with foreign journalists Friday. "When I make someone disappear it draws too much attention. It gets them out of the way, sure, but then people get suspicious of me."

    "Can you believe it? Me! Honest Putin!"

    He continued, "But digging into a man's life and prosecuting him for crimes that normally would not warrant such dramatic attention? Not only do you ruin their political prospects, but you also make the news all about them. People forget you exist. Genius!"

    Under a new directive, the Federal Security Service (FSB), which parallels America's FBI, is reportedly looking into the seedy history of many political opponents to see what can be thrust in front of the media to turn public opinion against them before they are thrown into a gulag for the rest of their life.

    In response to these reports, Biden said, "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. This means Russia loves us. No takebacks, Jack!"

    At publishing time, Putin was gravely offended by being tricked into loving America.

    babylonbee.com


  32. by oldedude on March 24, 2023 12:49 pm
    And yet he is presumed innocent. Let’s see if is he convicted of attempted assassination. I will remind you of your admiration of federal lawyers and their ability to identify guilt if and when Trump is charged.

    I love how you're blatantly two-faced with these things. You still want J6 folks held without charges for a year or two, which is illegal. But someone that tried to murder the chief justice of SCOTUS? you "know" in your "heart of hearts" that you "feel" he's innocent. Fortunately, our system is blind to your naive "feelings."


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