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Whose capitol is it anyways?

middleview

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Sure looks like it to me. As for the guy - HE'S an "insurrectionist" - why isn't he in custody? For the same reason the FBI operatives who were leaders in the Whitmer "kidnapping" aren't? Probably, almost certainly.
looks like it? hilarious.
 

middleview

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@PhilFish

If anyone of the protestors had waved a gun in the air brandishing it about, we would have seen it on security camera or smartphone clips. How do you carry out an insurrection meant to overthrow the government without a single gun?

The Sixers were patriots trying to stop a stolen election from being validated. What else would you expect after the Supreme Court abrogated its duty and refused to hear the case of a number of states brought against Pennsylvania regarding the election?
It has been explained to you time and time again. The intent was to stop the count and intimidate congress into letting states appoint new electors.
 

EatTheRich

President
They were denied entry when others have been let in. They broke in and once inside did little violence. Had they been allowed inside after going through security likely nothing would have happened.
As if they would have peacefully submitted to going through security or limiting the number allowed in.
 

EatTheRich

President
@PhilFish

If anyone of the protestors had waved a gun in the air brandishing it about, we would have seen it on security camera or smartphone clips. How do you carry out an insurrection meant to overthrow the government without a single gun?

The Sixers were patriots trying to stop a stolen election from being validated. What else would you expect after the Supreme Court abrogated its duty and refused to hear the case of a number of states brought against Pennsylvania regarding the election?
The Supreme Court did its duty. States do not have a right to try to get courts to second-guess other states’ elections for arbitrary reasons.
 

middleview

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The Supreme Court did its duty. States do not have a right to try to get courts to second-guess other states’ elections for arbitrary reasons.
Perfectly idiotic to suggest the AG of Texas had standing to challenge PA's election laws.
 

Raoul_Luke

I feel a bit lightheaded. Maybe you should drive.
Note that a number of people took Trump’s advice to vote twice. Note also that people who did that were easily caught since it is virtually impossible to cast a ballot unless you are an eligible voter with a legal right to do so.
Unless you are ward boss in the inner big cities - then you can vote thousands of times, and not get caught.
 

middleview

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The intent was to demonstrate widespread dissatisfaction with an election surrounded in controversy.
And that is all? So they needed to attack the police to demonstrate that dissatisfaction? Other protests weren't enough. The controversy was sadly stoked by Trump, Giuliani, Powell, Woods and others. When the evidence showed they were wrong and Trump conceded, would the riot have happened?

How would the mob "stop the steal" without stopping the process of counting the electors? Why were they there on that specific day?

Trump knew what he was doing. He gathered a mob. He stirred them up with lies about the election....Then he told them to march to the capitol and fight like hell to stop the steal. Any attempt to minimize what Trump did or to pretend the rioters were patriots is reprehensible.
 

Raoul_Luke

I feel a bit lightheaded. Maybe you should drive.
And that is all? So they needed to attack the police to demonstrate that dissatisfaction? Other protests weren't enough. The controversy was sadly stoked by Trump, Giuliani, Powell, Woods and others. When the evidence showed they were wrong and Trump conceded, would the riot have happened?

How would the mob "stop the steal" without stopping the process of counting the electors? Why were they there on that specific day?

Trump knew what he was doing. He gathered a mob. He stirred them up with lies about the election....Then he told them to march to the capitol and fight like hell to stop the steal. Any attempt to minimize what Trump did or to pretend the rioters were patriots is reprehensible.
99% of the people there did not "attack the police."

By drawing attention to the need for a mandatory nationwide election audit.

Then why isn't Trump, you know, charged?
 

middleview

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99% of the people there did not "attack the police."

By drawing attention to the need for a mandatory nationwide election audit.

Then why isn't Trump, you know, charged?
About 2,000 people did.

Trump was impeached. The riot is now being investigated and Trump is delaying the investigation by fighting against the people who were around him being called to testify.

Ask yourself why he thinks his conversations with people like Bannon are protected? He has committed obstruction in both impeachments and now.
 

Raoul_Luke

I feel a bit lightheaded. Maybe you should drive.
About 2,000 people did.

Trump was impeached. The riot is now being investigated and Trump is delaying the investigation by fighting against the people who were around him being called to testify.

Ask yourself why he thinks his conversations with people like Bannon are protected? He has committed obstruction in both impeachments and now.
Link to 2000 people arrested for assaulting a police officer.
 

middleview

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Link to 2000 people arrested for assaulting a police officer.
Over 700 have been arrested. Are you thinking they got everyone that breached the building? Did they arrest all of the guys who dragged the cop out and tazed him? Looked to me like a dozen could have been charged.

You do realize that being part of the mob that commits a Crime makes you complicit...right? Just like the Antifa mob...if you are standing there and someone breaks the window and you follow into the store...you are complicit.
 
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