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42 minutes ago, Dave Moss said:

Trump might be permabanned from Facebook, but...

 

 

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4 hours ago, Dave Moss said:

Trump might be permabanned from Facebook, but...

 

Ah a local guy. Nice. 

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5 hours ago, Dave Moss said:

Trump might be permabanned from Facebook, but...

 

this one is kinda dumb. he basically trespassed in the rotunda after the first group broke in. apparently milled around with police.

he's an idiot because he was there at all in general, let alone going into the rotunda after doors were broken down. but he'll probably get a slap on the wrist, which is probably the appropriate thing.

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52 minutes ago, JohnSnowsHair said:

this one is kinda dumb. he basically trespassed in the rotunda after the first group broke in. apparently milled around with police.

he's an idiot because he was there at all in general, let alone going into the rotunda after doors were broken down. but he'll probably get a slap on the wrist, which is probably the appropriate thing.

Disagree. Max possible sentences for anyone found guilty of any crimes during that event. 

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Anyone who set foot in the building should (at a minimum) be charged with disrupting a congressional proceeding, which is a felony.

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6 minutes ago, we_gotta_believe said:

Anyone who set foot in the building should (at a minimum) be charged with disrupting a congressional proceeding, which is a felony.

Agreed.  Law and Order party voters need to take their law and order consequences and like it.

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On 5/5/2021 at 4:50 PM, we_gotta_believe said:

 disrupting a congressional proceeding, which is a blessing.

 

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Expose them all!


As she points out in the report, the US Constitution, in Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, prohibits anyone who has engaged in "insurrection or rebellion," from serving in Congress. She doesn't say they should be expelled, she simply cites the Constitution, and shows us what they said. The connection between their words -- not to mention Trump's -- and the January 6 rebellion is left for us to ponder.

 

https://www.cnn.com/2021/05/06/opinions/gop-zoe-lofgren-complaint-social-media-ghitis/index.html

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Harrodsburg man charged in Capitol insurrection: Read the charges

https://www.wtvq.com/2021/04/20/harrodsburg-man-charged-in-capitol-insurrection-read-the-charges/

West Virginia sandwich shop operator pleads not guilty to U.S. Capitol insurrection accusations

https://wvmetronews.com/2021/04/13/west-virginia-sandwich-shop-operator-pleads-not-guilty-to-u-s-capitol-insurrection-accusations/

Keep on nailing these insurrectionist scum. Lock them up.

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8 hours ago, lynched1 said:

 

Just follow the law idiot.

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So are there things going on with this investigation that we don't know about? Weeks have gone by and nothing significant has happened. Just a bunch of Cult 45 arrests.

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Hundreds of people now face charges from the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. They are being processed in a court system still operating under coronavirus protocols.

 

Judge Hogan alluded to those challenges this morning in the Tanios case, saying he hopes to proceed in a timely manne

 

"The speedy trial problems we have because of the pandemic are extensive,” Hogan said

d.r.aid.

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1 hour ago, Boogyman said:

Just follow the law idiot.

😉

Try it once.

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10 minutes ago, lynched1 said:

<insert nonsense reply here>

Wink wink wink

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1 minute ago, Boogyman said:

Is the fish supposed to be lynched?

i'm sure he's matthau. 

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1 minute ago, Alpha_TATEr said:

i'm sure he's matthau. 

Hard to tell with no sound which one is speaking gibberish while trying to sound profound, so I will take your word for it.

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This is what happens when you are a Cult Member, Support a Dictator and don't care about the Rule of Law, Democracy or the Constitution. 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/capitol-riot-suspect-yelled-f-152705594.html

A Capitol riot suspect yelled 'f--- all of you!' at his Zoom court hearing then hung up on the judge, reports say

 

Mia Jankowicz
Fri, May 7, 2021, 11:27 AM
 
 
Landon Copeland posing in front of the Washington Monument with a woman, whose face has been blocked out by the FBI.
 
Landon Copeland posing in front of the Washington Monument. FBI
  • A Capitol riot suspect caused chaos at his own Zoom court hearing, according to reports.

  • Landon Copeland yelled expletives at the judge during the call, The Daily Beast and NBC reported.

  • His charges include violent entry into the Capitol and assaulting or resisting officers.

 

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FBI nears 500 arrests stemming from pro-Trump riot at U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6
 

The FBI has arrested more than 440 people on a range of charges stemming from the Jan. 6 riot staged by supporters of then-President Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol. 

In the four months since Trump's supporters stormed the Capitol in an effort to prevent Congress from certifying President Biden's November election victory, the FBI has fanned out across the country, arresting individuals in all but six U.S. states, NBC News reported

The hunt for suspects is far from over, however. 

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So he gets his news from the BS Factory.

An attorney for an accused Capitol rioter said his client participated in the January 6 siege because he had 'Foxitus' and 'Foxmania' from watching Fox News for 6 months

 

  • An attorney for an accused Capitol rioter said his client was radicalized by Fox News.

  • The attorney said Anthony Antonio started "believing what was being fed to him" by Fox and Trump.

  • The attorney made the claim during a Thursday court hearing for other accused rioters.

     

    An attorney for an accused Capitol rioter said his client had been radicalized by Fox News, and that he had "Foxitus" and "Foxmania."

    Anthony Antonio, of Clayton, Delaware, watched Fox News for six months prior to the Capitol riot, the attorney said during a multi-defendant hearing on Thursday related to the Capitol siege.

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