First my key board is acting up, so other than autofill, the g is a d. Hopefully It'll be fixed tomorrow.
I want to say "good game" to the left once again! Storming and illegally entering a Congressional building, assaulting police, and all the other ruffian crap. If they don't get charged at the same rate and equal (meanin act to charde to the J6 folks, this is going to be bad.
Of course, curt will always come out with some BS because of this or that or some other BS, but to normal citizens? NO fukking difference.
U.S. Capitol Police arrested protesters at the House of Representatives Cannon Building
WASHINGTON - A pro-Palestinian protest is underway on Capitol Hill as demonstrators are occupying the Cannon Rotunda and large crowds are growing around the Capitol complex.
The Cannon House Office Building holds several House Committee and congressional offices.
U.S. Capitol Police say that demonstrations are not allowed inside Congressional buildings and worked for hours to clear the crowd as they continued to sing and chant "ceasefire now" and "free Palestine." Police say they arrested about 300 people so far.
The detained protesters were lined up outside the building and are being shuttled to a temporary holding area in the Capitol complex. Capitol Police say demonstrators inside the Cannon Rotunda will be charged with illegally protesting inside a House Office Building.
They say already among these arrests, three people have been charged with assault on a police officer during processing.
USCP says it is monitoring the situation as more protesters are gathering around the House side of the Capitol Complex and because of that, they are temporarily rolling road closures for safety.
The protest began on the National Mall and eventually made its way to the building, which is situated at Independence Ave. and New Jersey Ave. adjacent to the Capitol Building.
Fencing went up overnight around parts of the U.S. Capitol ahead of the protest organized group Jewish Voice for Peace but the demonstrators were able to stream into the Cannon building mid-afternoon.
JVP claimed on social media that at least 10,000 people were outside the Capitol while 500 made their way inside the rotunda, all there to call for a ceasefire and "challenge the Israeli government's ongoing ethnic cleansing of Palestinians."
President Joe Biden flew to Israel Tuesday for a series of meetings with Israeli, Jordanian, Egyptian and Palestinian leaders.
On Wednesday, he announced $100 million for humanitarian assistance in Gaza and the West Bank to help displaced and conflict-affected Palestinians as Israel has agreed to allow aid into the area — but with the explicit understanding that shipments and that aid should only go to civilians and not Hamas militants.
"Let me be clear. If Hamas diverts or steals the assistance, they will have demonstrated once again that they have no concern for the welfare of the Palestinian people," Biden said.
Israel quickly cut off the flow of food, fuel and water to the Gaza Strip after the deadly surprise attack by Hamas that killed more than 1,400 people. It's estimated that more than 2,800 Palestinians have been killed in retaliatory attacks and another 1,200 are missing — buried under rubble dead or alive.
Since the war began, the Biden administration has condemned Hamas and stood firmly with Israel, pledging continued support for the allied nation.