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|by Anonymous||reply 366||19 hours ago|
Thanks for starting a new thread!
|by Anonymous||reply 1||01/30/2021|
I want to see the fear and regret on the faces of the deplorables that have been arrested.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||01/30/2021|
After Capitol Riot, Elected Officials Under Pressure Back Home
|by Anonymous||reply 3||01/31/2021|
Twat who was threatening to shoot Nancy Pelosi
|by Anonymous||reply 4||01/31/2021|
One such rioter was 50-year-old ex-Marine Donovan Crowl, who has been charged with storming the Capitol and who is affiliated with the Oath Keepers militia.
"Despite... apparent pro-Trump views, a county election official in Ohio told CNN that [Crowl] registered in 2013 but 'never voted nor responded to any of our confirmation notices to keep him registered,' reports CNN. "A county clerk in Illinois, where Crowl was once registered, also confirmed he was not an active voter anywhere in the state."
CNN found several other instances of Trump rioters who never bothered voting, including "a 65-year-old Georgia man" whom police "found in his van with a fully-loaded pistol and ammunition"; a Lousiana man who "publicly bragged about spending nearly two hours inside the Capitol" after attending the pro-Trump "Stop the Steal" rally; and "a 21-year-old woman from Missouri who prosecutors say shared a video on Snapchat that showed her parading around with a piece of a wooden sign from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office."
|by Anonymous||reply 5||02/01/2021|
When will the Pugs realize they're hanging themselves by clinging to these Qanon psychos or will they ever?
|by Anonymous||reply 6||02/01/2021|
You paid for the riot, Publix heiress?
|by Anonymous||reply 7||02/01/2021|
Where are the mugshots of these crazed idiots?
|by Anonymous||reply 8||02/01/2021|
Thank you my love.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||02/01/2021|
Is there a site dedicated to showing their insurrection and arrest photos?
|by Anonymous||reply 10||02/01/2021|
Troy Faulkner, 39, stormed the U.S. Capitol with thousands of other rioters on Jan. 6, even managing to get caught on video kicking in a Capitol building window. Luckily for the FBI, he was wearing a jacket emblazoned with his contact information, Law&Crime reports.
Federal authorities identified the Ohio man by looking at video where he can be seen wearing a jacket featuring the contact information of his business, Faulkner Painting.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||02/01/2021|
Joe Biggs, the Proud Boys leader who had dinner with Miss Lindz, has been arrested
|by Anonymous||reply 12||02/01/2021|
So many of these idiots tried to blame "Antifa"
|by Anonymous||reply 13||02/01/2021|
The MAGAts remain committed to making AntiFa "a thing."
|by Anonymous||reply 14||02/01/2021|
[quote]Man who stormed the Capitol wearing jacket with his contact info is arrested by the FBI
Deplorables aren't terribly bright, are they?
|by Anonymous||reply 15||02/01/2021|
That's a fucking elitist thing to say, r15!
|by Anonymous||reply 16||02/01/2021|
Being elitist doesn't make it untrue, Dee.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||02/01/2021|
[quote] Joe Biggs, the Proud Boys leader who had dinner with Miss Lindz, has been arrested
He pre-planned the insurrection. He's at home arrest when he should be in a prison, locked up.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||02/01/2021|
Will Miss Lindz bail out her man?
|by Anonymous||reply 19||02/01/2021|
Hunny, Miz Lindz is jus' besides herseff. She tried and tried but every lawyer she chose bailed on Trump, and now she is distraught and will prolly run off to Mar A Lago to spend time with Donnie. Things look bleak, but Lindz is threatening the Dems. She just stamped her foot and said she was gonna lie and call the FBI and make them investigate the Democratic Communist Party.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||02/01/2021|
BULLHORN LADY IS NOT BOBERT'S MOTHER
Before the pandemic, Rachel Powell, a forty-year-old mother of eight from western Pennsylvania, sold cheese and yogurt at local farmers’ markets and used Facebook mostly to discuss yoga, organic food, and her children’s baseball games. But, last year, Powell began to post more frequently, embracing more extreme political views. Her interests grew to include conspiracy theories about covid-19 and the results of the Presidential election, filtered through such figures as Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, and the Infowars founder Alex Jones. On May 3, 2020, Powell wrote on Facebook, “One good thing about this whole CV crisis is that I suddenly feel very patriotic.” Expressing outrage at the restrictions that accompanied the pandemic, she wrote, “It isn’t to late to wake up, say no, and restore freedoms.” Several days later, she posted a distraught seven-minute video, shot outside a local gym that had been closed. “Police need to see there’s people that are citizens that are not afraid of you guys showing up in your masks. We’re going to be here banded together, and we’re not afraid of you,” she said. “Maybe they should be a little bit afraid.”
On January 6th, during the storming of the United States Capitol, Powell made good on that threat. Videos show her, wearing a pink hat and sunglasses, using a battering ram to smash a window and a bullhorn to issue orders. “People should probably coördinate together if you’re going to take this building,” she called out, leaning through a shattered window and addressing a group of rioters already inside. “We got another window to break to make in-and-out easy.”
In recent weeks, as journalists and law-enforcement officials tried to identify participants in the assault, she came to be known as “Bullhorn Lady” and “Pink Hat Lady.” She appeared on an F.B.I. “Wanted” poster, was featured in cable-television news segments, and became an obsessive focus of crowdsourced investigative efforts by laypeople and experts. Forrest Rogers, a German-American business consultant who is part of a Twitter group called the Deep State Dogs, recently identified Powell and reported her name to the F.B.I. She is now being sought by law enforcement.
In her first public comments since the riot, Powell acknowledged her role in the events at the Capitol. During a two-hour telephone interview, she claimed that her conduct had been spontaneous, contrary to widespread speculation that she had acted in coördination with an organized group. “I was not part of a plot—organized, whatever,” Powell, who was speaking from an undisclosed location, told me. “I have no military background. . . . I’m a mom with eight kids. That’s it. I work. And I garden. And raise chickens. And sell cheese at a farmers’ market.” During the interview, she reviewed photographs and videos of the Bullhorn Lady, acknowledging that many of the images showed her, and offered detailed descriptions of the skirmishes they depicted. She declined to comment on some of her conduct—including smashing windows and shouting orders to fellow-rioters—that could carry criminal charges. “Listen, if somebody doesn’t help and direct people, then do more people die?” she said. “That’s all I’m going to say about that. I can’t say anymore. I need to talk to an attorney.”
After graduating from high school, she married and had her first child at sixteen, her mother said. Three years ago, Powell separated from her husband. Since then, she has worked various part-time jobs to support her children, who range in age from four to their mid-twenties. She told me that she has a certification as a group fitness instructor, and has taken a course in alternative medicine. “She’s very granola, very crunchy,” a friend, who asked not to be identified, told me. “Does yoga, eats vegetarian, homeschools all their kids.”
Powell said that, before the election of Donald Trump, in 2016, she held a wide range of political opinions. “My views kind of fall all over the place,” she said. “I guess you could say that I’m more libertarian at heart.”
|by Anonymous||reply 21||02/02/2021|
I am so tired of hearing about these lunatics' "research."
Spending hours online going down q-holes online and watching YouTube videos recorded in some guy's basement is not sufficient to support a coherent hypothesis of what's going on in the world.
Let's see your fucking footnotes.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||02/02/2021|
This dumb bitch doesn't even know what a footnote IS, r22.
Got married at 16? Started popping out kids like there was no tomorrow?
She doesn't know the difference between a footnote and a football. Just a dumb cunt with no education and too much time on her hands.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||02/02/2021|
R21 That woman is truly a dumb, brainless bitch!
|by Anonymous||reply 24||02/02/2021|
This one has got spunk. I hate spunk.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||02/02/2021|
The Sedition tracker has every one who has been arrested so far, most with pictures with a breakdown by state.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||02/02/2021|
r25 - ...and the counsel for the government did not offer any objections to her request to travel."
|by Anonymous||reply 27||02/02/2021|
They final got the guy they nicknamed Helmet Boy, Zachary Alam of Pennsylvania. He was the one bashing in the window to the Speaker of the House's lobby where Ashlie Babbitt was shot. Of course now he claim he regrets going there.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||02/02/2021|
I wish they showed more of their mugshots so everyone could see how they desperately tried to hide their identities by shaving their heads and gross neckbeards.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||02/02/2021|
This is the only hot one I have seen so far, John Strand a model from California, lucky he is good looking because he is fucking stupid.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||02/02/2021|
John Strand modeling pictures
|by Anonymous||reply 31||02/02/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 32||02/04/2021|
[quote] KSP’s statement said the trooper attended the rally but did not enter the U.S. Capitol, where rioters stormed the building while a joint session of Congress met to certify the election of President Joe Biden.
[quote] Webb has been with KSP since 2004, with an 8-month leave in 2006. He became recruit commander in September 2018, a position he held until two days after the rally at the U.S. Capitol.
[quote] Before becoming the agency’s top recruiter, Webb was public affairs commander. He also spent four months as a senior trooper with the Academy Branch in 2013, the same year the agency used training materials that quoted Adolf Hitler and encouraged troopers to think like “ruthless killers.”
[quote] Webb couldn’t be reached for comment.
Webb’s wife, Cara Beth Webb, posted a photo on Facebook of herself and her daughter at the rally in a red Keep America Great hat. Her post described the rally as a peaceful, diverse event and didn’t mention her husband.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||02/05/2021|
"A 𝘱𝘦𝘢𝘤𝘦𝘧𝘶𝘭 and 𝘥𝘪𝘷𝘦𝘳𝘴𝘦 event" ????
|by Anonymous||reply 34||02/05/2021|
I don't have a lot of proof, R34, but I think it is actually possible because there were basically different rings happening at the circus.
The thought forming in my mind now is that the recruiting and structure was more complex than meets the eye. They wanted as many people there as possible for the energy. They wanted foot soldiers there to break into the Capitol and create a distraction. AND, they wanted a hit squad to fuck shit up.
The images of people going back to the hotel and having drinks and acting like it was just another march on Washington give them a veneer of plausible deniability. I think they planned for that. Had they been successful in their attempt to get Pence/Pelosi, etc. some of those people would then join the Revolution but many others would be like the lady in Myanmar doing aerobics as a signal that things aren't as bad as they look.
I could very well be wrong. Once the trials start we'll really see what people honestly thought was going to happen that day.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||02/05/2021|
Apparently tips are decreasing. FBI posted a new batch of images
|by Anonymous||reply 36||02/05/2021|
Kooky Louise Mensch is reporting that Bullhorn Lady is now in custody.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||02/05/2021|
If I read the story at r28 correctly, BOTH of the shit birds caught in PA had priors and one was out on parole.
The one that hit that cop and gave her a concussion was out on parole. His prior? Assault. Who is surprised?
Lock these terrorists up at Gitmo for the rest of their miserable existences. They are only pleading for mercy because they got CAUGHT.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||02/05/2021|
MyPillow Guy, you in danger, girl!
|by Anonymous||reply 39||02/05/2021|
[bold]FBI raids home of Alpine man who took part in Capitol riot[/bold]
ODESSA, Texas (KOSA) -The FBI raided the home of a prominent Trump supporter in Alpine who took part in the Capitol riots.
The homeowner, Sean Watson, freely admits he was one of the people who stormed the capitol on Jan. 6.
“Yes, I was one of the people who went into the Capitol Building,” he said.
On Thursday, the FBI executed a search warrant of his home.
more at link
|by Anonymous||reply 40||02/06/2021|
Photos of Watson's house before he repainted
|by Anonymous||reply 41||02/06/2021|
"Camp Auschwitz" was caught partially because a convenience store clerk recognized his shirt. Tee hee!
|by Anonymous||reply 42||02/08/2021|
Marjorie Taylor Greene was telling people to get ready for a fight on Jan. 5th. And claimed that Trump won the election
|by Anonymous||reply 43||02/08/2021|
Southern Baptist pastors compare Kamala Harris to Jezebel - but they were fine with Mr. I Grab Em By the Pussy
|by Anonymous||reply 44||02/09/2021|
^ Oops forgot the link
|by Anonymous||reply 45||02/09/2021|
Trump paid $3.5 million to riot organizers
|by Anonymous||reply 46||02/10/2021|
[quote]Two Texas pastors haven't backed down after comparing the new vice president to Jezebel — which scholars say is both racist and sexist.
Southern Baptist pastors in Texas are racist and sexist? I'm shocked, shocked I tell you! In other news, water is wet.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||02/10/2021|
Southern Baptist anyone is most likely sexist, racist, and inbred.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||02/10/2021|
So now you’re rotting in jail because you thought you were doing the former president’s bidding ... and GUESS WHAT? He’s partying at Mar-A-Lago not even knowing that you exist. No, he’s not gonna pardon or medal you. How does that feel?
|by Anonymous||reply 49||02/10/2021|
They thought they were gonna be heroes, later to be honored for reinstating Trump. They can’t help being that stupid, but Trump could have helped not having so many killed and so many much more arrested (they’re not getting out soon).
|by Anonymous||reply 50||02/10/2021|
It’s like having been in the same room where Sharon Tate was brutally murdered ... then being in the jury in Charles Manson’s trial (ok that can’t happen but with the Senate it does) and STILL voting to acquit him. WTF!
|by Anonymous||reply 51||02/10/2021|
There's no question how despicable this was. The meat of the case is whether what Trump said or did was the direct cause of it all or was their an intervening criminal act that went beyond his exhortations.
Personally I think Trump trying to get votes "found" or suppressed like in that Georgia telephone call to state election officials or somehow "persuading" suppression by state certifiers or trying to get Pence to magically refuse to certify the results is the key. Those were unauthorized actions attempting to subvert the constitutional process.
I realize the riot is the drama but I think it's the weaker case. They can impeach him without implicating the First Amendment in any way.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||02/10/2021|
I tried to overthrow the government and all I got was this lousy prison sentence!
|by Anonymous||reply 53||02/10/2021|
[quote]It’s like having been in the same room where Sharon Tate was brutally murdered ... then being in the jury in Charles Manson’s trial (ok that can’t happen but with the Senate it does) and STILL voting to acquit him.
and holding her down for him
|by Anonymous||reply 54||02/10/2021|
[quote] I realize the riot is the drama but I think it's the weaker case. They can impeach him without implicating the First Amendment in any way.
Or they can bring up good ol’ fashioned criminal charges against him., r52.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||02/11/2021|
The phone call to the GA SOS was CLEARLY extortionate, and Shitler was being very careful in that call NOT to say overtly what he wanted. He was asking Raffsenperger to "FIND" him enough votes to alter the outcome (which had already been tabulated THREE times!). It was exactly the same kind of smarmy squeeze that Donny used on the call to President Zelensky in Ukraine, EXACTLY the same. He threatened Raffsenperger with CRIMINAL prosecution if he didn't "find" what Trump wanted. Trump SHOULD go to jail for using the office of the US Presidency to blackmail someone, and he CLEARLY did it.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||02/11/2021|
Trump was trying to get Tuberville to delay the certification so the mob could take over
|by Anonymous||reply 57||02/11/2021|
Gotta love MAGA art
|by Anonymous||reply 58||02/11/2021|
Lots of Senate Republicans didn't even bother to show up to the trial
|by Anonymous||reply 59||02/11/2021|
Maybe the Republicans will boycott the guilty/no guilty vote. If only one shows up there will be a quorum, and we can convict him and stop him from running again.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||02/11/2021|
IF that would work, they could save face by just having most of them stay away, knowing it will result in keeping the asshole from being able to run again. But I don't think it works like that. I'm sure a quorum in the Senate is legally defined, although I'm embarrassed to say I don't know what it takes to make one up.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||02/11/2021|
51 is a quorum in the Senate - R61. If all of the Repugs except Romney boycotted, and all of the Democrats showed up, they could vote, and do what needs to be done.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||02/11/2021|
Man arrested for threatening to kill President Biden
|by Anonymous||reply 63||02/11/2021|
One of my mothers old neighbor/friends was on zoom and they were discussing the current affairs of the day, and this woman was talking about how arrogant Biden is and foolish and he won't do the right thing about China or Climate change and Trump was so good for the economy and for China, and Trump created all those manufacturing jobs, etc. And I was listening to them from the other room, and I wanted to claw that old bitch's eyes out. I need some hard data to rebut her nonsense. My mother was very happy to be rid of Trump. Now this bitch has her worried.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||02/11/2021|
Trump actually LOST manufacturing jobs (and coal mining jobs - so much for bringing back coal!)
|by Anonymous||reply 65||02/11/2021|
Nov 2020 article
|by Anonymous||reply 66||02/12/2021|
CNN story, so I am linking to the tweet:
[bold]DC attorney general weighs legal viability of charging Trump under local statute[/bold]
Lawyers inside the Washington, DC attorney general's office are working to determine if it is legally viable to use district statutes to charge former President Donald Trump for his alleged role in the insurrection.
The debate is taking place one month after Attorney General Karl Racine first floated the idea of charging Trump. A person familiar with the deliberations inside the attorney general's office pointed to the flurry of details that have emerged since the Capitol attack, noting that it is the attorney general's responsibility to investigate all evidence of illegal incitement of violence.
Trump's alleged role in inciting the violence that left multiple people dead has been aired before Congress and in the courts. Impeachment managers have played video linking the former President's words to the rioters' violent actions. Prosecutors have told federal judges around the country that accused insurrectionists have repeatedly pointed to Trump as the one who was giving them direction.
more to story
|by Anonymous||reply 67||02/12/2021|
Excellent wide ranging reporting in the 25th January issue of The New Yorker. The reporter was with the various groups and his interviews with various members including one member who made sure no damage was done while the rioters were in the Senate Chambers. The Pink Hat Lady with the battering ram and megaphone has just been released from jail and back with her eight children. Her lawyer said she was "not a danger" and the judge agreed.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||02/12/2021|
[bold]“I Don’t Trust the People Above Me”: Riot Squad Cops Open Up About Disastrous Response to Capitol Insurrection[/bold]
Interviews with 19 current and former officers show how failures of leadership and communication put hundreds of Capitol cops at risk and allowed rioters to get dangerously close to members of Congress.
The riot squad defending the embattled entrance to the west side of the U.S. Capitol was surrounded by violence. Rioters had clambered up the scaffolding by the stage erected for the inauguration of President Joseph Biden. They hurled everything they could get their hands on at the cops beneath: rebar, plywood, power tools, even cans of food they had frozen for extra damage.
In front of the cops, a mob was mounting a frontal assault. Its members hit officers with fists and baseball bats. They grabbed at weapons slung from the officers’ waists. They unleashed a barrage of M-80 firecrackers. Soaked in never-ending streams of bright orange bear spray, the officers choked on plumes of acrid smoke that singed their nostrils and obscured their vision.
One officer in the middle of the scrum, a combat veteran, thought the rioters were so vicious, so relentless, that they seemed fueled by methamphetamine. To his left, he watched a chunk of steel strike a fellow officer above the eye, setting off a geyser of blood. A pepper ball tore through the air over his shoulder and exploded against the jaw of a man in front of him. The round, filled with chemical irritant, ripped the rioter’s face open. His teeth were now visible through a hole in his cheek. Blood poured out, puddling on the pavement surrounding the building. But the man kept coming.
more at link
|by Anonymous||reply 69||02/12/2021|
R69, that does sound like meth, and it could be.
Most of those people are white supremacists, and they would know that Hitler’s soldiers were given an early form of meth, because it made them more violent, less afraid and able to continue to fight after they were injured. It was handed out by the army and the soldiers were all given it. They even had some in an emergency escape pack pilots carried, to help them escape, even if they were injured or had to stay on the run for days. Neo Nazis would know about that.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||02/12/2021|
At least 9 insurrectionists have a history of violence against women
|by Anonymous||reply 71||02/13/2021|
Trump's "fans" are already threatening Dems and the Republicans who voted against him
|by Anonymous||reply 72||02/13/2021|
The whole 'mob' thing was a smokescreen for Trump's posse of well-trained commandos who were going to kidnap, torture and kill certain politicians. They escaped by seconds.
This was a foiled hit job from The Donald.
I hope at least one of the Jan. 6th Deplorables can directly connect Trump to instructions for the day. Maybe if their checking account doesn't get that depo$it he promised?
|by Anonymous||reply 73||02/13/2021|
She's promoting more of it.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||02/13/2021|
Ali Alexander is calling for a "civil war"
|by Anonymous||reply 75||02/15/2021|
The Louisiana GOP censured Bill Cassidy for voting to remove Trump. For comparison, they refused to censure David Duke for being a Klansman
|by Anonymous||reply 76||02/15/2021|
GOP donor gave over 2 million for a voter fraud investigation - now he wants his money back
|by Anonymous||reply 77||02/15/2021|
That's the price you pay for being a bigoted fucker!
|by Anonymous||reply 78||02/15/2021|
[quote] Ali Alexander is calling for a "civil war"
I don't understand this guy. He's a black man, a Sammy-Davis look-alike. I wouldn't be surprised if he is supported by foreign agents.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||02/15/2021|
That is a given r79. Probably Russia, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it was the Saudis.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||02/15/2021|
[quote] That is a given [R79]. Probably Russia, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it was the Saudis.
FWIW, someone I follow on Twitter went into a long dissection last week of the video of Pence being hustled out. I didn't understand it all, but this person seems to think that the ranks of the military people around Pence that day would absolutely indicate that the White House must certainly have been informed of a threat not just to the Vice President, but the nuclear football that was with him that day. He seems certain that the Y'all Qaeda insurrectionists were a smokescreen and the goal was either to get actual terrorists close enough to grab the codes or, more likely, get Pence in enough danger to declare Martial Law.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||02/15/2021|
Are there any new mugshots?
|by Anonymous||reply 82||02/15/2021|
Adam Kinzinger's family members are accusing him of insulting God because he stood up to Trump
|by Anonymous||reply 83||02/15/2021|
2 people arrested on weapons charges outside the White House
|by Anonymous||reply 84||02/15/2021|
[quote]Adam Kinzinger's family members are accusing him of insulting God because he stood up to Trump
They also take time to make it clear that Orange is "A CHRISTIAN!!"
Joe Biden, of course, is a Catholic, and that church is the Whore of Babylon.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||02/16/2021|
Remember when Brent Bozell III called Obama a "skinny ghetto crackhead"?
|by Anonymous||reply 86||02/16/2021|
At least he can say he got it honestly ^^^
|by Anonymous||reply 87||02/16/2021|
After attacking police INSIDE the Capitol multiple times, they helped him to his feet and walked him to the door.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||02/17/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 89||02/17/2021|
These people need to have their mugshots posted on the front pages of their local papers and online where they'll be known as the traitors they are forever.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||02/17/2021|
[quote]After attacking police INSIDE the Capitol multiple times, they helped him to his feet and walked him to the door.
Please don't let him be, please don't let him be, please don't let him be . . .
|by Anonymous||reply 91||02/17/2021|
More about R88:
[quote] Daniel Dean Egtvedt, a self-described “award-winning sales professional,” has been charged with several crimes, including assaulting an officer and obstruction of justice. According to a newly unsealed criminal complaint, he was seen in videos and photos pushing through a line of Capitol police officers to storm the building before interacting bizarrely with several cops, including screaming at one to "shoot me.”
[quote] Social media accounts that appear to belong to Egtvedt show he is fairly well connected. He has visited the White House at least twice—including the 2018 Christmas party at which he met the actor Jon Voight—and posted photos on Facebook with high power Trumpkins, including Lara Trump, Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX), and former Vice President Mike Pence.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||02/18/2021|
This is a creepy developing story.
Not that we didn't suspect it all along, but I think RawStory is also working with the same narrative. Is this part of why the House Managers didn't really want to call witnesses?
|by Anonymous||reply 93||02/18/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 94||02/18/2021|
[quote].According to a newly unsealed criminal complaint, he was seen in videos and photos pushing through a line of Capitol police officers to storm the building before interacting bizarrely with several cops, including screaming at one to "shoot me.”
That didn't work out so well for Frau Goy when she screamed it.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||02/18/2021|
Oath Keepers, you in danger, gurl!
|by Anonymous||reply 96||02/19/2021|
Ted Cruz enjoyed the Ritz for four hours.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||02/19/2021|
That's the case that is developing, R96.
The hillbilly brigade was there for cover and muscle. But these guys were on a mission
[quote] Most ppl don’t understand the lengths boomer white men & those alike will go to to retain power in this country. To them America is a white Christian nation, thats how it started& that’s how it will remain til the end
|by Anonymous||reply 98||02/19/2021|
Fuck their feelings
|by Anonymous||reply 99||02/19/2021|
Sedition Caucus, you in danger, gurlz!
|by Anonymous||reply 100||02/22/2021|
They've been looking for this guy for a month. Oddly, NOBODY on the NYPD recognized their recently retired pal.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||02/23/2021|
You mean #MAGA has a lot of supporters within NYPD?? THAT'S BRAND NEW INFORMATION!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 102||02/23/2021|
[quote] "I proceeded to the Rotunda, where I smelled what I believed to be military-grade CS gas, a familiar smell," the Army veteran testified. "It was mixed with fire extinguisher spray. The rioters continued to deploy CS into the Rotunda. Officers received a lot of gas exposure, which is worse inside of the building rather than outside because there is nowhere it could go. I have received chemical burns to my face that still have not healed to this day. I witnessed officers being knocked to the ground and hit with various objects thrown by rioters. I was unable to determine what the objects were. I assumed command in the Rotunda and asked for additional assets. After a couple of hours officers cleared the Rotunda but had to hold the door closed because it had been broken by the rioters.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||02/23/2021|
don't be a dick...
|by Anonymous||reply 104||02/24/2021|
[quote] Authorities tracked down Mullins due to a tip that he held a Kentucky driver’s license. Authorities used that information to track down his bank accounts; a witness known in the documents only as W-1 at FNB Bank, Inc., told investigators that Mullins had banked with the company for 30 years. W-1 identified Mullins in a photo taken at the capitol on Jan. 6th
|by Anonymous||reply 105||02/24/2021|
^ when you have awful hair, it makes you stand out in a crowd!
|by Anonymous||reply 106||02/24/2021|
The woman who stole Nancy Pelosi's laptop was caught doing the Nazi salute!
|by Anonymous||reply 107||02/24/2021|
That fat pig at R92 link. I want him to be arrested and placed in jail without bond. He assaulted police officers and they had to fight hard to kick him out of the Capitol.
[quote] The complaint states that police tried to eject Egtvedt from the Capitol three times during the siege. The first time, he allegedly rushed at a female officer while screaming “you shoot me; shoot me” before grabbing her left arm with “both of his hands.”
[quote] The officer said Egtvedt was “generally non-compliant, screaming, and incoherent” and was “screaming at the top of his lungs.” Another cop tried to grab him “below the waist but could not, due to Egtvedt’s size,” the complaint states. He tried to push Egtvedt towards an exit and “‘held on for dear life’ due to Egtvedt’s size,” prosecutors added.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||02/24/2021|
This is part of the new evidence of MTG association with insurrectionists
|by Anonymous||reply 109||02/25/2021|
A pickup truck parked at the Capitol & bearing a Three Percenter sticker on the day of Jan. 6 riot belongs to the husband of U.S. Rep. Mary Miller, who approvingly quoted Adolf Hitler
|by Anonymous||reply 110||02/25/2021|
Jenny Cudd needs a VACATION from her arrest and DC trip? Her ONE STAR Yelp reviews to her flower shop are hilarious. HOWEVER---did her flower shop get any STIMULUS BAILOUT MONEY---and if so, should she really be taking staff on a RETREAT?
|by Anonymous||reply 111||02/25/2021|
[quote]US Attorney in DC is investigating whether Members of Congress gave recon tours of Capitol to insurrectionists before Jan 6, per House Subcommittee chair - Scott MacFarlane (NBC4)
|by Anonymous||reply 112||02/26/2021|
Luke Coffee, a 41-year-old from Dallas, has been charged with a slew of crimes, including assault of a federal law enforcement officer with a dangerous weapon and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. In a newly unsealed criminal complaint, prosecutors said Coffee is seen in photos and videos using a crutch to assault D.C. Police officers who were trying to protect the Capitol.
Before gaining notoriety for storming the Capitol, Coffee worked in post production on two primetime television shows, including Everwood, according to his IMDB page. Returning to Dallas in 2010 after stints in Hollywood and Cape Town, Coffee established a production house under the umbrella of a company owned by his mentor, director Rocky Powell, according to his website. He has directed a documentary, a TV pilot, and continued acting, with appearances in NBC’s Friday Night Lights and Las Vegas.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||02/26/2021|
[quote] Cua's case is a stark example of just how powerful misinformation can be. Both prosecution and defense agree that he was radicalized by what he read online, and the decision to embrace the falsehoods he discovered in chatrooms and social media changed the course of his life. And he wasn't alone. More than 250 people have been charged so far with breaching the Capitol and most of them, to varying degrees, were motivated to storm the building by the falsehoods they had been reading online and in social media for months.
[quote] "President Trump is calling us to FIGHT!" Cua allegedly wrote on Parler days before the siege. "It's time to take our freedom back the old fashioned way."
[quote] Cua's lawyers say the messages prosecutors see as threatening were the "idle chatter of an extremely passionate, but very naive, teenager who was parroting what he heard and saw on social media." They made clear that these ideas weren't things that Cua came up with on his own, instead they were fed to him online. He was radicalized, they said, by social media.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||02/26/2021|
[quote] A New Jersey man who bragged online about storming the /..U.S. Capitol in the name of Donald Trump told friends he’d urinated in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s congressional office during the riots — and regretted not leaving “s--t” on her chair when he had the chance, according to federal documents unsealed Friday.
[quote] Friends of James Douglas Rahm, 61, turned him in to the FBI after reading his incriminating posts on Facebook following the Jan. 6 violence that left one Capitol police officer and several rioters dead.
[quote] Rahm soon deleted most of the posts and videos — but not before his friends took screenshots of most of his comments, including those about Pelosi (D-Calif.), according to documents filed in Pennsylvania federal court.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||02/26/2021|
This recent interview on Fresh Air was very sobering. Apparently all the flags were a ruse; the terrorists tied them to wooden clubs, baseball bats, etc. they could use as weapons.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||02/26/2021|
What's up with all the failed actors?
|by Anonymous||reply 117||02/26/2021|
[quote]An aspiring actor from Texas, who said he was almost “gassed to death like… a Jew” during the Capitol insurrection, has been charged with using a crutch to bash a cop in the Jan. 6 riot.
This isn't going to help his acting career, unless he has some projects lined up with Scott Baio.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||02/26/2021|
[quote] "I don't have any respect for the legal arguments that are made by very intelligent people who know better."
|by Anonymous||reply 119||02/26/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 120||02/28/2021|
There's no reason for Luke Coffee's fledgling/failing acting career to be over just because he partook in insurrection and is heading for prison. He will be playing Debbie in the jailhouse production of "Debbie Does Dallas."
|by Anonymous||reply 121||02/28/2021|
This bitch has now decided to sing a different tune about her plans to take over the US government. The judge wisely still refuses to let her out on bail. I hope she gets at least 10 years in the Federal slammer:
|by Anonymous||reply 122||02/28/2021|
Well, r122, she certainly looks...special.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||02/28/2021|
^She plotted to bring, literally, a boatload of high-powered weapons across the Potomac to her vigilante crew to use against our government at the Capitol. She is going to prison, stupid or not.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||02/28/2021|
Perfect advice from a cute doctor
|by Anonymous||reply 125||02/28/2021|
I may need to be treated for exposure to severe beauty, having seen Connie Meggs' mugshot.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||02/28/2021|
[quote] Wray says repeatedly no anarchists on Jan 6 - it was all militia and white supremacist - and yet @ChuckGrassley stays on Antifa threat. It’s another case of literally no information and no answer can alter the messaging.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||03/02/2021|
Paul D. Shinkman
[quote] Wray says foreign terrorist groups saw the Jan. 6 attack "at minimum an inspiration" for how they could carry out future attacks, and maybe even more than just an inspiration.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||03/02/2021|
conny meg's is are own myra hinlee — freshface, stunneing n' brave, and rockin a smocky eyes just like my forrever 1st ladey mrs milania TRUMP !! god bless !!!
|by Anonymous||reply 129||03/02/2021|
Is anyone watching coverage of FBI Director Wray's testimony?
|by Anonymous||reply 130||03/02/2021|
50% questioning - 50% obstruction
|by Anonymous||reply 131||03/02/2021|
All of the usual vermin--Cernovich, Posobiec, DJT,Jr--have already flooded conservative social media with this Grassley & Cruz exchange as vindication that the second impeachment was a witch hunt because the cop they said died may have died but died of something other than this...
|by Anonymous||reply 132||03/02/2021|
[quote]idle chatter of an extremely passionate, but very naive, teenager who was parroting what he heard and saw on social media." They made clear that these ideas weren't things that Cua came up with on his own, instead they were fed to him online. He was radicalized, they said, by social media.
Behold the MAGA variation of the 'Affluenza' defense.
|by Anonymous||reply 133||03/02/2021|
Maybe it was just me but I could see the contempt on Chris Wray's face when Sen. Rafael Edward Cruz, better know as Cancun Ted began to question him.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||03/02/2021|
As always, Sheldon Whitehouse cuts through the noise.
I didn't have a strong opinion on Wray but the way he tried to play the "me personally" card at the end of that exchange was very telling.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||03/02/2021|
[quote] Why is Tom Cotton talking about MS-13 at a hearing on the US Capitol Riots? Has there ever been more despicable people serving in the US Senate than the current crop of GOP White Supremacists?
[quote] Hawley’s questions to Wray are all a/b learning what info the FBI has on him & his co-conspirators. He’s not good at hiding his self interest. Every question- Geolocation, metadata, cellular records, bank records & encryption. Hawley is afraid of where this investigation is going
|by Anonymous||reply 136||03/02/2021|
A Capitol rioter pretended to be antifa.
They always accuse others of doing the things they do themselves
|by Anonymous||reply 137||03/02/2021|
Lie Down With Dogs, Get Up With Fleas
[quote] “It’s the truth and I’m just going to say it. That I wish I never would have fucking met Trump,” Jones said on camera in January 2019, while shooting a documentary in Austin, Texas. “I wish it never would have happened. And it’s not the attacks I’ve been through. I’m so sick of fucking Donald Trump, man. God, I’m fucking sick of him. And I’m not doing this because, like, I’m kissing his fucking ass, you know. It’s, like, I’m sick of it.”
[quote] “Alex Jones doesn’t care about most of the stuff he professes to,” Robertson told Hatewatch over Skype from his home in London. “It just shows he doesn’t care about anything he talks about. He doesn’t like Trump but then goes on camera talking about how Trump is the savior.”
|by Anonymous||reply 138||03/02/2021|
Keilar calls out Kayleigh McEnany's Capitol riot claims
|by Anonymous||reply 139||03/03/2021|
Feds Say Trump Supporter Who Dressed ‘Like Antifa’ on Jan. 6 So He Could ‘Get Away with Anything’ Is Now In Jail
[quote] “I’m dressing in all black. I’ll look just like ANTIFA,” Norwood is alleged to have texted a small group on Jan. 5th, one day before the Capitol siege. “I’ll get away with anything,” he then added.
[quote] “It worked,” he said on Jan. 7th. “I got away with things that others were shot or arrested for.”
[quote] “I tested a theory. I was right. I saw ANTIFA being bussed in and escorted by the police,” he dubiously claimed. “Trump has announced he [w]ill leave in a peaceful way on Jan. 20th. It[‘]s not right on so many levels that this fraudulent election could not be investigated to the fullest.”
[quote] Federal authorities have said there’s been no evidence to date that Antifa was involved in the evens of Jan. 6.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||03/03/2021|
[quote] The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI sent a joint intelligence bulletin to state and local law enforcement agencies late Tuesday warning that some domestic groups have "discussed plans to take control of the U.S. Capitol and remove Democratic lawmakers on or about" March 4, according to a senior law enforcement official who described the document to NBC News.
[quote] The bulletin, titled "National Capital Region Remains Attractive Target for Domestic Violent Extremists," warned that "Domestic Violent Extremists" or "Militia Violent Extremists" were emboldened by the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and therefore pose a higher overall threat.
[quote] Also Wednesday, the Capitol Police said it has obtained intelligence showing a “possible plot to breach the Capitol by an identified militia group” March 4.
[quote] “We have already made significant security upgrades to include establishing a physical structure and increasing manpower to ensure the protection of Congress, the public and our police officers,” the agency said in a statement.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||03/03/2021|
Rep. Swalwell: March 4th Warning "Aligns" With What We've Heard Before And After Capitol Riots
|by Anonymous||reply 142||03/03/2021|
So excited. I can't wait for Donny to back in charge!!
|by Anonymous||reply 143||03/03/2021|
Which Democratic lawmakers?
|by Anonymous||reply 144||03/03/2021|
[quote] If you want to know how a man grows up so unable to take responsibility for himself that he ends up invading the Congress with a painted face and wearing horns on his head, this interview with his mom might be a clue.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||03/04/2021|
[quote]!! WHOA: US Capitol defendant Richard Barnett -- man accused of putting feet on Pelosi desk - is *screaming* at attorneys and judge during his court hearing right now.
[quote]Upset he's been locked up "for a whole month"... "it's not fair"
[quote]Judge just recessed hearing for "5 mins" - Scott MacFarlane (NBC 4)
|by Anonymous||reply 146||03/04/2021|
What are the odds that “fuck your feelings,” “snowflake,” and “liberal tears” make up a large part of Richard Barnett’s vocabulary?
|by Anonymous||reply 147||03/04/2021|
Time for some good ol' fashioned self immolation.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||03/04/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 149||03/04/2021|
Subject of r149 demonstrated exceptionally poor professional judgment, and steps need to be started immediately to seize his weapons and end his employment service with the federal government.
|by Anonymous||reply 150||03/04/2021|
Did they ever find out who the cop was that posed for selfies with the rioters?
|by Anonymous||reply 151||03/04/2021|
[quote] Rep. Zoe Lofgren has released a nearly 2,000 page report documenting the social media posts of GOP colleagues leading up to Jan. 6th who voted to overturn the results of the election. The report includes a breakdown of members by state.
|by Anonymous||reply 152||03/04/2021|
^ Of course Madison Cawthorn is on that list. He is vile.
|by Anonymous||reply 153||03/04/2021|
[quote] FBI arrested Federico Klein, a former State Dept aide and Trump 2016 staffer, on charges related to storming of the Capitol, marking the first known instance of an appointee of Trump facing prosecution in connection with Jan 6
|by Anonymous||reply 154||03/04/2021|
[quote]FBI arrested Federico Klein, a former State Dept aide and Trump 2016 staffer, on charges related to storming of the Capitol, marking the first known instance of an appointee of Trump facing prosecution in connection with Jan 6.
Lock him up!
|by Anonymous||reply 155||03/04/2021|
Drain the swamp!
|by Anonymous||reply 156||03/04/2021|
[quote]Did they ever find out who the cop was that posed for selfies with the rioters?
Reported on TV a while back that he was among the Capitol Police put on suspension.
|by Anonymous||reply 157||03/04/2021|
Good R157 even if he wasn't a Trumper, he is obviously a moron. Have they revealed the identities of any of the insurrectionist cops?
|by Anonymous||reply 158||03/05/2021|
More on the guy at R154--who had top secret security clearance.
[quote] The F.B.I. said on Thursday that it had arrested a former State Department aide on charges related to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, including unlawful entry, violent and disorderly conduct, obstructing Congress and law enforcement, and assaulting an officer with a dangerous weapon.
[quote] The former midlevel aide, Federico G. Klein, who federal investigators said in court documents was seen in videos of the riot resisting officers and assaulting them with a stolen riot shield, is the first member of the Trump administration to face criminal charges in connection with the storming of the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob.
[quote] He worked on Donald J. Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and began working at the State Department just days after Mr. Trump’s inauguration in January 2017, according to a financial disclosure form he filed as an executive branch employee.
[quote] Mr. Klein’s arrest was reported earlier by Politico.
[quote] The F.B.I. said in a court document that it received a tip about Mr. Klein in January, on the day after it included his image in a poster seeking information about several people seen in the crowd that had stormed the Capitol. A tipster provided investigators with Mr. Klein’s Facebook account, and a different witness later contacted them to say that he knew the man in the poster as “Freddie Klein,” according to the document.
[quote] Mr. Klein allegedly attacked Congress on Jan. 6 to help Mr. Trump unlawfully maintain power, he was still employed by the State Department and possessed a Top Secret security clearance, the bureau said in the document.
[quote] Mr. Klein can be seen in video footage and other images dressed in a red “Make America Great Again” hat, slacks and a dress shirt as he tries to break past a line of Metropolitan Police officers in a tunnel near the west terrace, according to the document. “Klein quickly pushed his way to the front-left side of the crowd and to the doorway to the Capitol building, where he physically and verbally engaged with the officers holding the line,” the F.B.I. said.
[quote] He was part of a mob that tried to push through the doors despite warnings by an officer to back up, the F.B.I. said, and used a “riot shield that apparently had been taken from an officer” to prevent the closing of the doors.
[quote] Mr. Klein was seen in other videos “calling back to the crowd behind him, ‘We need fresh people, we need fresh people’ multiple times,” the F.B.I. said.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||03/05/2021|
Link for R159
|by Anonymous||reply 160||03/05/2021|
Interesting given all of the rantings by Hawley and Paul about unlawful search of citizens.
|by Anonymous||reply 161||03/05/2021|
While not directly related to this thread or the Jan. 6 insurrection, I found this section interesting:
[quote] Investigators say they found a trail of digital clues that point to Crawford's role as an arsonist, including data from the Apple Health App on his cellphone that showed he was up and active in the middle of the night on the dates of the fires.
In other words, all of those people who claim they were in DC but not in the Capitol may be belied by an app that shows how many steps they took, when they took them, and spikes in the heart rate.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||03/05/2021|
[quote] 3/ data hasn't surfaced communication between members of Congress & rioters during #Capitol siege. ...but there are records of communications between far-right extremists & lawmakers that planned to appear at Tump rally that morning.
|by Anonymous||reply 163||03/05/2021|
Someone should put Miss Marco in her place!
|by Anonymous||reply 164||03/05/2021|
Boom goes the dynamite!
|by Anonymous||reply 165||03/05/2021|
Remember when MAGAts were planning to kidnap the Governor of Michigan? Hopefully something like this happened 1/6/21
∙ Man joins Facebook group recommended by algorithm
∙ Is invited into encrypted chat
∙ Learns of plot to kidnap Gov Whitmer and harm police
∙ Becomes FBI informant & testifies against plotters
|by Anonymous||reply 166||03/06/2021|
More about the guy in R159/R160 (who also has/had relatives in the corrupt government of Argentina)
|by Anonymous||reply 167||03/07/2021|
All the best people. Only the best people!
|by Anonymous||reply 168||03/07/2021|
Q Shaman denied bond until trial:
|by Anonymous||reply 169||03/09/2021|
R169 This gives me great joy! I hope more judges are taking the charges against these insurrectionists as seriously as is warranted. I hope this guy rots in jail for at least the next 20 years.
|by Anonymous||reply 170||03/09/2021|
You are a terrible person, R170.
|by Anonymous||reply 171||03/09/2021|
More footage of the person who planted the bombs. Debate in the comments about if the left arm swing is a stretch or a wave to the police driving by.
If it is the latter I think that explains why this is taking so long: they have to make sure every detail is accounted for prior to arresting someone for an inside job.
|by Anonymous||reply 172||03/09/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 173||03/09/2021|
[quote] A judge permitted her to travel to Mexico in February.
|by Anonymous||reply 174||03/11/2021|
^That argument will go precisely nowhere. It's ridiculous.
|by Anonymous||reply 175||03/11/2021|
This site has pics of many, many the traitors, and crowd-sourcing is doing more than the FBI:
Only a small percentage have been indicted so far.
|by Anonymous||reply 176||03/11/2021|
Meanwhile, Trump still doesn’t give a shit about any of these people, and ALL of them would still crawl over broken glass for him. To borrow a Trumpism - #sad
|by Anonymous||reply 177||03/11/2021|
^Donald just wants the money, pure and simple. THIS is going to lead to the primo confrontation between the Party and Donnie-boy. To me, it shows that Donnie doesn't have any real intention of running for Prez again, he just wants to fleece the sheep for as long as he can do it:
|by Anonymous||reply 178||03/11/2021|
I guess we've gotten to the point where holding criminals responsible for their actions is "cancel culture"
|by Anonymous||reply 179||03/11/2021|
Don't be a Boyd
|by Anonymous||reply 180||03/12/2021|
Don't be a racist POS like Ron Johnson
|by Anonymous||reply 181||03/12/2021|
Yeah, God bless those white rioters who killed a cop and drove a couple others to suicide
|by Anonymous||reply 182||03/12/2021|
Fascinating how many of them are real estate agents.
|by Anonymous||reply 183||03/12/2021|
[quote] Fascinating how many of them are real estate agents.
Like MTG, they have unmanageable personalities and are full of hubris, thereby making them horrendous employees. Their only hope is to be self employed and sell whatever caricature they have crafted for themselves. Moreover, their actions are driven by the fear that an equitable world will deprive them--and they are correct in that an open marketplace allows for competent people to move into whatever space they are occupying via cult of personality.
|by Anonymous||reply 184||03/12/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 185||03/12/2021|
Was Miz Lindz on the phone making gentleman caller dates with the proud boys? Has Q visited her? Or is the Orange idol all she can handle? And this thing with Hannity......
|by Anonymous||reply 186||03/12/2021|
Ron Johnson is both stupid and disgusting. What's wrong with Wisconsin?
|by Anonymous||reply 187||03/12/2021|
[quote] Ron Johnson is both stupid and disgusting. What's wrong with Wisconsin?
This is vile.
|by Anonymous||reply 188||03/12/2021|
Another psychopath arrested tonight
[quote] 4/ Continuing the theme of #ProudBoys obsession with law enforcement... except when they are assaulting them. Worrell likes the police so much he impersonated one. Then got caught & hit with a felony charge.
[quote] 5/ Worrell flashed a badge & pulled a woman over with his Hummer. She was an emergency dispatcher & knew he was a fake cop. When he was arrested he was found with a Glock, handcuffs, a badge, knives and... pepper spray.
|by Anonymous||reply 189||03/12/2021|
Ron Johnson himself is a traitor to his country. We still don't know what he was doing in Moscow a couple of years ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 190||03/12/2021|
Russia Ron, the worst politician Wisconsin has produced since Joe McCarthy
|by Anonymous||reply 191||03/12/2021|
[quote] He serves a layer cake of lies with racism for icing.
|by Anonymous||reply 192||03/13/2021|
[quote] 3/ When @RealNCIS asked why he didn't tell the judge about the antisemitism he'd previously detailed...@USArmy Sgt. John Getz of @NWSEarleNJ said he: "was not personally offended by Defendant’s conduct.”
|by Anonymous||reply 193||03/13/2021|
Bernard Silverman @DonKeehotey 1h
Replying to @waltshaub
Amazing that with all the ugly stuff Antifa people do, they still have time to leave coins under the pillows of kids who lost baby teeth.
|by Anonymous||reply 194||03/13/2021|
Sure, he was a rabid anti-Semite who loved Hitler, but aside from that he was a really great guy!
|by Anonymous||reply 195||03/13/2021|
[quote] After an agent emailed Sibick to say authorities would be reviewing security footage from the hotel to confirm his claim, Sibick allegedly called the agents saying he was “distraught” and “wanted to do the right thing,” and admitted that he had buried the officer’s badge in his backyard. He allegedly handed it over to the FBI muddied, in a ziploc.
|by Anonymous||reply 196||03/13/2021|
[quote] After complaining about the mainstream media and Joe Biden for calling out the group, one member said, “we’re not the one out there causing riots, we’re not burning — if we get attacked, we might defend ourselves, but we’re not out there looking to fight.”
[quote] The group denied being racists when asked by the interviewer.
[quote] “We care about what your heart is,” Worrell said.
[quote] “As long as you’re a man, you can join our club,” another member said. “Gay, straight, whatever you choose to be.”
[quote] “That’s right,” Worrell nodded in affirmation.
|by Anonymous||reply 197||03/14/2021|
These people are morons but what should you expect they believe Trump
|by Anonymous||reply 198||03/14/2021|
[quote] In addition to posting his own actions at the Capitol on social media, Miller also discussed the shooting of a woman by a U.S. Capitol Police Officer during the pro-Trump riots saying, “We going to get a hold of [the USCP officer] and hug his neck with a nice rope,” the criminal complaint reads.
|by Anonymous||reply 199||03/14/2021|
[quote] Guy Reffitt, who drove from Texas to Washington, D.C., also said in recorded conversations that he and others were carrying firearms during the siege of the Capitol. He also encouraged his two associates to join the "Texas Three Percenters" militia, according to the messages posted to Telegram.
[quote] "I have a new security business to circumvent the 2nd Amendment issue," Reffitt told the pair. "Website is under construction but business is licensed with Secretary of State, Texas DPS, and Texas Board of Private Security. We can get ammo and weapons available to law enforcement. We have an interior certified training officer. Join us and lets take back our country. The fight has only just begun."
[quote] Reffit's post-Jan. 6 recruitment efforts were not the only startling aspect of prosecutors' allegations against him. They also revealed that his behavior before Jan. 6 had so alarmed his family that at least one member reported him to the FBI, worrying he was "going to do some serious damage" to Congress.
[quote] And when Reffitt returned from D.C. on Jan. 8, a family member covertly recorded his conversations and shared them with law enforcement.
[quote] "These statements arguably indicate his true intentions, as he was apparently not aware that anyone was recording him," prosecutors noted.
[quote] In his conversations, he described bringing a firearm into the Capitol, a significant admission since federal authorities have indicated they have not yet proven that anyone inside the Capitol carried a gun. Reffitt also said he was aware that other rioters were carrying guns as well.
|by Anonymous||reply 200||03/14/2021|
[quote] Federal authorities have arrested and charged two men with assaulting U.S. Capitol Police officer Brian D. Sicknick with bear spray during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot but have not determined whether the exposure caused his death. Julian Elie Khater, 32, of Pennsylvania and George Pierre Tanios, 39 of Morgantown, W.Va., were arrested Sunday and are expected to appear in federal court Monday.
[quote] “Give me that bear s---,” Khater allegedly said to Tanios on video recorded at the Lower West Terrace of the Capitol at 2:14 p.m., where Sicknick and other officers were standing guard behind metal bicycle racks, arrest papers say. About nine minutes later, after Khater said he had been hit with bear spray, Khater is seen on video discharging a canister into the face of Sicknick and two other officers, arrest papers allege.
[quote] Khater and Tanios are charged with nine counts, including assaulting Sicknick, a U.S. Capitol Police officer identified as C. Edwards and a D.C. police officer identified as B. Chapman with a deadly weapon. They are also charged with civil disorder and obstruction of a congressional proceeding. The charges are punishable by up to 20 years in prison. Prosecutors filed charges after tipsters contacted the FBI allegedly identifying Khater and Tanios from wanted images released by the bureau from surveillance video and officer-worn body camera footage, the complaint said. It said the men grew up together in New Jersey, and that Khater had worked in State College, Pa., and Tanios owns a business in Morgantown.
[quote] Still, questions remain about whether anyone will be held criminally responsible in Sicknick’s death.Without a cause of death, his case has not been established as a homicide, although charging papers allege that evidence of an assault on Sicknick is clear on video.
|by Anonymous||reply 201||03/15/2021|
[quote]Ron Johnson is both stupid and disgusting. What's wrong with Wisconsin?
Disgusting & stupid, but so unsurprising. MAGA bottom feeders are all that RoJo has left. If they think he's not sufficiently loyal to Dear Leader and them...well, he's finished.
But yes, WTF Wisconsin? What happened to that midwestern nice?
|by Anonymous||reply 202||03/15/2021|
Wow, what a shock! They weren't "antifa" but Trumpster assholes who embezzled money and have a history of bankruptcy
|by Anonymous||reply 203||03/15/2021|
[quote] "I would like to be protected from the consequences of my actions, thank you"
|by Anonymous||reply 204||03/15/2021|
How dare they let a criminal stay in jail!!! This is cancel culture!
|by Anonymous||reply 205||03/15/2021|
Remember Their Names
|by Anonymous||reply 206||03/15/2021|
Capitol Police officer suspended after antisemitic document found at checkpoint
[quote] Zach Fisch, the chief of staff to Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-N.Y.), spotted and photographed the document around 7 p.m. Sunday while leaving the South Capitol Street entrance to the Longworth Building, one of the few 24-hour entrances on the House side of the Capitol campus. He later provided the photos to The Post.
[quote] It is unclear from the photographs who was in possession of the document, which was held together by a binder clip with its pages tattered and stained. A date stamp indicated it was printed in January 2019.
[quote] Fisch described being “extremely rattled” by the content, particularly in the aftermath of the Jan. 6 insurrection. In tweets Monday evening, Fisch said the document reflected “both a national security problem and a workplace safety problem.”
[quote] “Our office is full of people — Black, brown, Jewish, queer — who have good reason to fear white supremacists,” he said. “If the [Capitol Police] is all that stands between us and the mob we saw on Jan. 6, how can we feel safe?”
|by Anonymous||reply 207||03/15/2021|
“Not only is defendant unable to offer evidence substantiating his claim that he was waved into the Capitol, but evidence submitted by the government proves this claim false. A video submitted by the government captures rioters breaking through the windows of the Capitol building,” Lamberth wrote in a scathing 32-page opinion on March 8. “At the same moment that rioters smash the glass and crawl through the windows, the video pans over to show a large group of rioters walking through an adjacent doorway into the Capitol building. Included in that group is defendant, who is easily identifiable by his horned headdress.”
|by Anonymous||reply 208||03/16/2021|
Wow, what do you know, the "massive voter fraud" the Texas AG was investigating never materialized
|by Anonymous||reply 209||03/16/2021|
My favorite part:
"Included in that group is defendant, who is easily identifiable by his horned headdress.”
|by Anonymous||reply 210||03/16/2021|
Oh, thanks r207, I wondered where my Protocols of the Elders of Zion went!
|by Anonymous||reply 211||03/16/2021|
FBI Nabs Riot Suspect Thanks To His Company Hat
[quote] Federal authorities say they identified a Montana man as one of the people who took part in the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol after multiple videos showed him inside the Capitol Complex wearing a hat bearing the name of the firearms training school that he started in 2018. As a result, Andrew Cavanaugh, the owner and president of Tactical Citizen, LLC, is now facing a slew of federal charges.
[quote] Cavanaugh is far from the first Capitol rioter to be identified and charged based on their clothing, including: an Ohio man who wore a jacket with his company name and phone number on it; a Pennsylvania man identified by his varsity jacket and pictures with Fox News hosts; and a Republican district leader who wore his Knights of Columbus jacket with specific chapter information.
|by Anonymous||reply 212||03/16/2021|
[quote] "Malicious actors who have directed violence against critical infrastructure sites have most likely been influenced by extremist conspiracy theories aimed at fomenting a general distrust of government," NYPD intelligence assessment leaked to me states.
|by Anonymous||reply 213||03/17/2021|
Proud Boys Leaders in Four States Are Charged in Capitol Riot
WASHINGTON — F.B.I. agents have arrested two organizers for the Proud Boys in Philadelphia and North Carolina, and prosecutors filed new charges against two other prominent members of the far-right group in Florida and Washington State as federal authorities continued their crackdown on its leadership ranks, three law enforcement officials said on Wednesday.
With the new conspiracy indictment, prosecutors have now brought charges against a total of 13 people identified in court papers as members of the Proud Boys. Federal investigators have described the group, which appeared in force in Washington on Jan. 6, as one of the chief instigators of the riot at the Capitol that left five people dead, including a Capitol Police officer.
In the indictment, prosecutors accused Charles Donohoe, a Proud Boys leader from North Carolina, and Zach Rehl, the president of the group’s chapter in Philadelphia, of conspiring to interfere with law enforcement officers at the Capitol and obstruct the certification of President Biden’s electoral victory. Two other high-ranking Proud Boys who were already facing similar charges — Ethan Nordean of Auburn, Wash., and Joseph Biggs of Ormond Beach, Fla. — were also implicated as part of the conspiracy.
The F.B.I. declined to comment.
The Proud Boys, who emerged in recent years as some of former President Donald J. Trump’s most vocal and violent supporters, describe themselves as “Western chauvinists” and have a history of bloody street fights with left-wing antifascist activists. Those clashes intensified last year during the nationwide protests stemming from the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police in Minneapolis. During a presidential debate in September, Mr. Trump refused to disavow the Proud Boys, telling them instead in a widely watched moment to “stand back and stand by.”
While the Proud Boys had largely managed to avoid federal scrutiny, that changed after the Jan. 6 riot. The F.B.I. began aggressively investigating members of the group involved in the attack on the Capitol. Agents have searched homes across the country, scoured social media accounts and delved into the private communications of Proud Boys leaders. Members of the group have been charged in four conspiracy cases, accused of crimes including threatening a federal officer and the destruction of government property.
The new conspiracy case was the latest product of the efforts to prosecute the Proud Boys. Investigators have said that Mr. Biggs, 37, and Mr. Nordean, 30, equipped with radios and a bullhorn, led a mob of about 100 members and supporters of the group that marched through the streets of Washington on Jan. 6 chanting slogans and ultimately breached security barriers at the Capitol. Some Proud Boys were among the first rioters to shatter windows and enter the building, confronting police officers inside.
Mr. Biggs, a former Army sergeant, was released from custody pending trial shortly after his arrest in January, and his case has been in a kind of legal holding pattern for weeks. Mr. Nordean was released from custody on March 3 after the chief judge of the Federal District Court in Washington agreed with his lawyers that the evidence that he was responsible for aiding and abetting the violence and property destruction committed by his fellow Proud Boys at the Capitol was — at least at that point — relatively weak.
Mr. Rehl, 35, has styled himself as one of the Proud Boys’ most prominent representatives on the East Coast and has led the group’s Philadelphia chapter since at least 2018, according to federal law enforcement officials. This summer, he and other Proud Boys were spotted socializing with local police officers outside a Philadelphia police union lodge.
|by Anonymous||reply 214||03/17/2021|
Federal authorities have charged a Florida man who was caught on video attacking police officers with a fire extinguisher while wearing an American flag jacket bearing the name of former President Donald Trump.
Robert Scott Palmer, a 53-year-old business owner from Clearwater, Florida, was arrested on Wednesday, according to court records. Palmer has been charged with assaulting/resisting/impeding officers, engaging in civil disorder, and entering restricted building or grounds, according to court records.
Details of the charges against him, including the FBI affidavit, are not yet public. A lawyer named on his court docket did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
HuffPost, building on the work of the citizen sleuths who have worked to hunt down the identities of members of the pro-Trump crowd that stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, first publicly revealed Palmer’s identity on March 5. The FBI had received hundreds of thousands of tips about the Capitol attack, and multiple tips about Palmer’s identity had been in the agency’s possession for more than a month when HuffPost’s story published.
When HuffPost first reached Palmer by phone on March 4, he confirmed that he was at the Capitol on Jan. 6 wearing an American flag jacket bearing Trump’s name, and that he’d given an interview and talked about being struck by a police projectile in the stomach. But he clammed up when HuffPost asked about his assault on a police line.
“I’m not, I’m not, I’m not, I’m not, I’m not saying anything ― anything more. OK?” he said when HuffPost mentioned the video of him throwing a fire extinguisher at the police line. “I’m not, I’m not saying anything more,” he said when HuffPost pressed him again. He hung up when HuffPost asked if the FBI had been in touch yet, and Palmer’s Facebook page came down not long after HuffPost’s story ran.
An online sleuth whom HuffPost identified as “Amy” spent time investigating the man she dubbed #FloridaFlagJacket when she was in isolation in January after coming down with COVID-19. She sent in her tips after another online sleuth found a livestream video from Jan. 6 in which Palmer revealed his name. Weeks later, the FBI added an image of Palmer to its page of Capitol suspects. #FloridaFlagJacket was FBI #246 - AFO, meaning he was wanted for assault on a federal officer.
Amy, who has since recovered from the coronavirus, had a plan in mind for what she’ll do when she hears the FBI finally came for Palmer.
“I will probably open a bottle of champagne,” Amy said. “Which I can enjoy now, since I can taste.”
|by Anonymous||reply 215||03/17/2021|
Says it all, huh?
|by Anonymous||reply 216||03/17/2021|
[quote] They might want to seek alternative employment opportunities.
|by Anonymous||reply 217||03/17/2021|
Miss Matt Gaetz voted against giving congressional gold medals to the Capitol police
|by Anonymous||reply 218||03/17/2021|
12 of them, R218
The House Freedom Caucus
|by Anonymous||reply 219||03/17/2021|
Louie Gomer, Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene....all the worst people!
|by Anonymous||reply 220||03/17/2021|
[quote] Paul Murray of Texas was arrested near VP residence & @DCPoliceDept say he had a rifle and a large capacity clip.
[quote] Law enforcement source tells @EvanLambertTV Murray stated he wanted to talk w/ the president.
Yet he was arrested outside of the Vice President's residence.
|by Anonymous||reply 221||03/17/2021|
The criminal probe into the Jan. 6 insurrection has been described by the Justice Department as likely "one of the largest in American history." But as the investigation matures, it’s becoming increasingly clear that many of the roughly 800 people who breached the nation’s Capitol may never face any legal consequences because they were allowed to simply walk away from the scene.
The US Capitol Police arrested only 14 people that day, while the District of Columbia’s Metropolitan Police Department arrested only 25 for unlawful entry. Since then, more than 300 people have been charged in federal court, and late last week the Justice Department said it expects to bring cases against “at least” 100 more.
Letting rioters go home also gave them an opportunity to obstruct justice. An analysis by BuzzFeed News found that more than three dozen people charged in the investigation had attempted to destroy evidence or scrub their social media profiles, although not always successfully. In court filings in dozens of cases, prosecutors have described efforts by defendants to scrub social media accounts, erase or destroy other evidence, hide out with family and friends, intimidate potential witnesses, and, in at least two cases, attempt to flee the country. And that’s just for the people who were actually caught.
“I don't think anyone who believes in a functional democracy should applaud the Capitol insurrection slipping through the investigative cracks,” said Seth Stoughton, an associate professor specializing in criminology at the University of South Carolina School of Law who previously was an officer in the Tallahassee Police Department. “The question we have to ask is what resources were available and what discussions were had among leadership about simply arresting folks as they left?”
But on Jan. 6, faced with a decidedly violent crowd, the two police departments chose to let rioters leave. Video images show scores of people, many kitted out in tactical gear, being allowed to stream out of the Capitol’s entryways — bottlenecks where, Stoughton suggested, they could have been detained, handcuffed, and processed. “At least you could videotape people as they walk out,” he said.
A spokesperson for Sen. Gary Peters, who as chair of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee has been leading an inquiry into the events of Jan. 6, said carrying out arrests that day would have been difficult because police had not prepared for such a volatile situation. “Our investigation suggests that just wasn't doable at the moment,” the spokesperson said.
Effectively making mass arrests, experts on policing say, would require officers to carry zip ties, set up staging areas, arrange transportation for detainees, and have a holding area to keep them while being processed. In other words, said David Harris, a professor specializing in policing at the University of Pittsburgh, precisely the kind of foresight and preparation the Capitol Police lacked that day.
“Everything tells me that if they'd had the numbers to make that many arrests, they would have been able to keep people out of the Capitol in the first place,” Harris said. The impact of that failure, he said, is potentially huge. “People will get away. Evidence will be destroyed.
|by Anonymous||reply 222||03/17/2021|
Friend of Gym announces run for the seat currently held by Sherrod Brown (in 2024)
[quote] Majewski claims to have helped organize and attended the January 6 Capitol insurrection
[quote] Ahead of the January 6 Capitol insurrection, Majewski claimed in multiple tweets to have organized resources to bring Trump supporters to the event. In a TikTok, Majewski claimed to have funded the travel of 30 “patriots.” “I’ve provided $20k amongst Trump supports and arranged travel for them over a 72hr period to travel to DC,” Majewski tweeted on December 30. Multiple Twitter users also credited Majewski for helping them travel to Washington, D.C., for January 6.
[quote] The day prior to the insurrection, Majewski posted multiple photos of himself and RedPill78 traveling to and around Washington, D.C. On the morning of January 6, Majewski posted a photo of the two in the D.C. metro with the caption “Get ready.”
[quote] In a January 6 video posted to RedPill78’s channels on the DLive and Twitch streaming platforms, he and Majewski described their experience at the insurrection and admitted to breaching police barricades and walking to the base of the Capitol:
|by Anonymous||reply 223||03/17/2021|
[quote]Louie Gomer, Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene....all the worst people!
That's almost 200 IQ points right there
|by Anonymous||reply 224||03/17/2021|
I admire your generosity of spirit r224!
|by Anonymous||reply 225||03/18/2021|
Why would Ron Johnson be afraid?
|by Anonymous||reply 226||03/18/2021|
I am proud of you bitches for keeping my thread series going. Granted, I haven’t really engaged in discussion on these threads since part 3 or 4, but it feels good to see DLers still invested in this.
May the insurrectionists and those who encouraged them continue to pay.
|by Anonymous||reply 227||03/18/2021|
54% of Republicans say "too much" attention is being paid to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot
92% of Democrats say "not enough" or "just right"
|by Anonymous||reply 228||03/18/2021|
Capitol police officer gets emotional describing being called racial slurs at riot
|by Anonymous||reply 229||03/18/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 230||03/19/2021|
[quote] Jennifer Marie Heinl, a Pennsylvania charged with taking part in violence at the Capitol on Jan. 6, is married to a cop who’s part of an FBI task force, WPXI reports. Heinl faces charges for violent entry, disorderly conduct, and demonstrating in a Capitol building. Her husband is a “valued member” of the Shaler Police Department and of the FBI’s violent crime task force in Pittsburgh, according to WPXI. The P.D. said that Heinl’s husband condemned the insurrection and was on-duty at the time.
[quote] Records show that he filed for divorce a month after she participated in the riots.
[quote] Police were able to identify Heinl after she was found on Facebook making travel plans with Kenneth Grayson, another insurrectionist facing federal charges. According to court documents, Heinl claimed that she didn’t go inside the Capitol, but a video recording proved she did.
|by Anonymous||reply 231||03/19/2021|
Lauren Boebert is promoting a QAnon-type conspiracy about how there will be "mass arrests" of Democrats
|by Anonymous||reply 232||03/19/2021|
The poor, s t u p i d thing.
|by Anonymous||reply 233||03/19/2021|
[quote] latest #ProudBoys conspiracy indictment for the #Capitol breach is damning, and shows plenty of planning.
|by Anonymous||reply 234||03/19/2021|
[quote]The poor, s t u p i d thing,
But there will be mass arrests of Democrats! And soon! Just you wait and see!
|by Anonymous||reply 235||03/19/2021|
Apparently there is no statute of limitations on this, either.
|by Anonymous||reply 236||03/20/2021|
New police radio traffic synchronized w/footage from the scene
|by Anonymous||reply 237||03/21/2021|
[quote] As we await the next round of January 6 indictments—hoping that, in the coming weeks and months, we can track advances in the work of the FBI and DOJ by tracing the “operations level” of the defendants they indict (e.g., it is a hopeful sign that more and more conspiracy charges against members of the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers have been unveiled lately)—here, below, are five videos every American should watch.
|by Anonymous||reply 238||03/21/2021|
More about the "bear spray" that some of these guys used
|by Anonymous||reply 239||03/22/2021|
The same type of people who are adamant that systemic inequality does not exist are now suffering when they, legitimately, are held in the same conditions to which marginalized communities are unfairly subjected
[quote] “The psychological burdens of being detained pending trial are very real for Mr. Young. Since he has no previous experience with the criminal justice system, being detained is taking an extremely high toll on his mental well-being,” the motion stated. “Prior to being detained, Mr. Young was a mentally strong and stable person with no history of mental disorders. His current emotional and psychological state is owing entirely to the fact that he has been detained and is unable to rely upon his normal social support systems. Because he is such a strong family man, locking him up away from his wife and children with the prospect of an extremely long period of time before trial is even scheduled is causing potentially irreparable psychological and emotional damage to Mr. Young.”
|by Anonymous||reply 240||03/23/2021|
Fuck his feelings.
|by Anonymous||reply 241||03/23/2021|
Trump's GOP; the party of personal responsibility and small government.
|by Anonymous||reply 242||03/23/2021|
R240, funny how they're "Tough on crime" right up until they get arrested...
|by Anonymous||reply 243||03/23/2021|
[quote] CNN previously reported in February Aguero claimed in a live stream he entered the building, the videos, from publicly available streams, are the first visual evidence that he entered the building
[quote] Aguero declined to comment and Greene's office did not respond to requests for comment.
[quote] Greene was photographed w/Aguero at a rally as recently as November. And Aguero escorted her off the stage following her speech there.
|by Anonymous||reply 244||03/24/2021|
Certainly the bitch ought to be working at a Waffle House and not in the Capitol, but association with a criminal does not make you liable for ANYTHING.
|by Anonymous||reply 245||03/24/2021|
Fucking Lauren Boebert should be working the same shift at the Waffle House with MTG.
|by Anonymous||reply 246||03/24/2021|
Madison Cawthorn should be the Waffle House night manager
|by Anonymous||reply 247||03/24/2021|
Has the deplorable Shaman died of starvation yet?
|by Anonymous||reply 248||03/24/2021|
Not with all that organic food a judge ordered he must be provided with, R248.
|by Anonymous||reply 249||03/24/2021|
Are you just basically counting down the days until you lose the House in 2022 (less than 2 years away!) so you can scream at the sky again?
|by Anonymous||reply 250||03/24/2021|
Guarantee the guy pictured at r242 is a racist, bigot, and homophobe.
And a liar.
|by Anonymous||reply 251||03/24/2021|
R250, are you counting the days until your next Klan meeting?
|by Anonymous||reply 252||03/24/2021|
The Oath Keepers are worrisome. Military and police members. They worship Pinochet, apparently. I hope this investigation gets to the top of the chain and deals consequences.
|by Anonymous||reply 253||03/24/2021|
Awful Texas AG Ken Paxton is refusing to release the texts he sent around the time of the insurrection
|by Anonymous||reply 254||03/25/2021|
Are those ultra Christian Promise Keepers among the deplorable army?
|by Anonymous||reply 255||03/25/2021|
HomoCon Brandon Straka
|by Anonymous||reply 256||03/26/2021|
Her tears brought a smile to my face, but damn she is ugly.
|by Anonymous||reply 257||03/26/2021|
Like the deranged Rudy Giuliani, R257, that whatever-it-is in the photo is so full of shit that it is seeping from its pores.
|by Anonymous||reply 258||03/26/2021|
“’We’? THIS IS TREASON!!! IF YOU DON’T CONDEMN THIS, NEVER BOTHER SPEAKING TO ME AGAIN! HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE PEOPLE. IT’S A COUP! YOU OBVIOUSLY HATE AMERICA!!!”
|by Anonymous||reply 259||03/26/2021|
It's funny how many have been turned in by relatives. Even their own families can't stand them.
|by Anonymous||reply 260||03/26/2021|
[quote] A right-wing video blogger accused of calling a cop a “fucking oath breaker” and “piece of shit” while he stormed the Capitol in January wants a federal judge to remove his court-mandated GPS monitor—insisting he loves law enforcement and has led an “exemplary life” with a “Christian upbringing.”
[quote] Anthime Joseph Gionet, the far-right activist better known as “Baked Alaska,” was charged in January with violent entry and disorderly conduct after he allegedly livestreamed himself attacking the Capitol. Prosecutors state that during the livestream, Gionet said “1776 baby” and insisted he’s not “leaving this bitch” before accusing a police officer of shoving him.
[quote] “You’re a fucking oath breaker you piece of shit,” Gionet allegedly said, before shouting “fuck you” at the officer at least four times. “You broke your oath to the constitution.”
|by Anonymous||reply 261||03/26/2021|
Isn't that Baked Alaska guy the one that got into trouble for filming in a men's room?
|by Anonymous||reply 262||03/26/2021|
[quote] Isn't that Baked Alaska guy the one that got into trouble for filming in a men's room?
|by Anonymous||reply 263||03/26/2021|
So he's a traitor and a pervert, he fits right in among Trump's finest.
|by Anonymous||reply 264||03/26/2021|
The FBI on Friday arrested a Carrollton man accused of throwing a firecracker at police officers as a mob pushed its way into the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
David Lee Judd, 35, is charged with assaulting, resisting or impeding officers and civil disorder.
A picture of Judd was included in a wanted poster released by the FBI, the bureau said.
|by Anonymous||reply 265||03/27/2021|
The names those people give their children!
|by Anonymous||reply 266||03/27/2021|
[bold]Insurrection fundraiser: Capitol riot extremists, Trump supporters raise money for lawyer bills online[/bold]
Defendants accused in the Capitol riot Jan. 6 crowdfund their legal fees online, using popular payment processors and an expanding network of fundraising platforms, despite a crackdown by tech companies.
The Capitol riot extremists and others are engaging these companies in a game of cat-and-mouse as they spring from one fundraising tool to another, utilizing new sites, usernames and accounts.
In one case, a crowdfunding website set up in late 2020 has been adopted by a defendant charged with storming the Capitol, who used it to raise almost $180,000. His was one of eight fundraisers on the site as of last week, and his donations accounted for 84% of the money raised on the platform.
The trend isn't limited to extremists connected to Jan. 6. Neo-Nazi Paul Miller has crowdfunded legal fees through Cash App and asked for Bitcoin donations, even after federal authorities arrested him this month for being a felon in possession of a firearm.
more at link
|by Anonymous||reply 267||03/29/2021|
[quote]Capitol riot extremists, Trump supporters raise money for lawyer bills online
Fools and their money are soon parted.
Traitors and their money, too, apparently.
|by Anonymous||reply 268||03/29/2021|
The MyPillow guy is now claiming Trump will be president in August.
LOL, do the Q loonies still buy into this shit?
|by Anonymous||reply 269||03/29/2021|
[quote]The MyPillow guy is now claiming Trump will be president in August.
He reminds me of those evangelists who keep giving a specific date for the end of the world. The date comes and goes, nothing happens, and then the same evangelist returns and gives the ACTUAL date for the end of the world. Lather, rinse and repeat.
|by Anonymous||reply 270||03/29/2021|
Link to the MyPillow grifter:
|by Anonymous||reply 271||03/29/2021|
Speaking of grifters....Steve Bannon is marketing his own supplements now! Because if anyone is the picture of good health, it's Steve Bannon
|by Anonymous||reply 272||03/29/2021|
[quote]Link to the MyPillow grifter
Thank you, no.
|by Anonymous||reply 273||03/29/2021|
A U.S. Capitol rioter who allegedly brought a rope with him to Congress on Jan. 6 threatened days later to lynch a Black police officer that he believed fatally shot Ashli Babbitt, federal prosecutors wrote in a legal brief on Monday. The startling allegation surfaced in court papers against 34-year-old Garret Miller, whom prosecutors want to keep behind bars pending trial in the Jan. 6th siege.
Babbitt was fatally shot when she and the other rioters tried to break into the Speaker’s Lounge, where lawmakers had taken cover.
According to prosecutors, Miller referred to Babbitt as his “sister in battle” and began to see himself as her avenger.
“He became consumed with her death and circulated photographs on Facebook of an African-American police officer that he believed was responsible for her death,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Elizabeth C. Kelley wrote in a 16-page legal brief on Monday. “Miller threatened to kill that officer, stating that he wanted to ‘hug his neck with a nice rope’ and that ‘he will swing.’ He also said that the officer deserved to die and that ‘it’s huntin season.'”
“His fixation with hunting down and hanging a USCP officer is extremely concerning,” prosecutors added of Miller.
Now facing a 12-count indictment, Miller has been charged with assaulting police officers, threatening to assassinate Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), and several charges related to U.S. Capitol insurrection. Prosecutors say that Miller’s remarks were especially chilling in light of what authorities found in his house.
“The FBI recovered numerous ropes from his house,” the government memo states.
|by Anonymous||reply 274||03/29/2021|
I'm sorry if this has already been posted. I heard that Roger Stone told Alex Jones on his dumb podcast that they were both going to be indicted soon, and apparently this was news to Alex.
Here's a tweet from some guy that seems to corroborate this. Has Roger Stone been given a target letter, but Alex hasn't?
|by Anonymous||reply 275||03/29/2021|
Alex Jones was too busy pushing his own supplements and chocolate flavored bone broth grift to pay attention to the fallout of the Beer Belly Putsch.
|by Anonymous||reply 276||03/29/2021|
[quote] Miller remains jailed in Oklahoma City. His transport to Washington is on hold because he broke his collarbone while playing soccer in the recreation yard at a Dallas jail.
|by Anonymous||reply 277||03/29/2021|
I've just bookmarked this subreddit to see what bullshit our trolls will start pushing here.
|by Anonymous||reply 278||03/29/2021|
[quote] The 38-year-old is the second person to be charged directly in connection with the attack on Fanone. Thomas Sibick was arrested March 12 in Buffalo, New York, on charges including including obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder, assaulting or impeding officers, and taking a thing of value by force or intimidation. Sibick confessed to the FBI that he had stolen Fanone’s police badge and later buried it in his backyard.
|by Anonymous||reply 279||03/31/2021|
Gotta love this stable genius white supremacist from Maine.
[quote] That wasn't the first time Fitzsimons had allegedly made concerning calls to Pingree's office, according to the filing. Nine months earlier, on March 19, 2020, he had called in and demanded the phone number for Chinese President Xi Jinping, saying he wanted to start a war with China.
|by Anonymous||reply 280||04/01/2021|
[quote] ALBANY – A 70-year-old Coeymans man who staunchly opposes what he called "ungodly socialist forces" was arrested by the FBI on Tuesday and charged in U.S. District Court with taking part in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
[quote] William Tryon, whose attendance at the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol was caught on YouTube.com - and also by a relative who turned him in - was charged with three federal misdemeanors: knowingly entering a restricted building without authority, knowingly engaging in disorderly conduct in a restricted building and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.
[quote] Tryon also co-hosted an event at a Bible Camp where speakers made homophobic statements and called the separation of church and state “bogus” amongst other horrific statements.
|by Anonymous||reply 281||04/01/2021|
^ Good, another homophobic asshole behind bars
|by Anonymous||reply 282||04/01/2021|
[bold]Oath Keepers founder, associates exchanged 19 calls from start of Jan. 6 riot through breach, prosecutors allege[/bold]
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes, his deputy and three members who guarded Roger Stone exchanged nearly 20 phone calls over three hours on Jan. 6, coinciding with the first assault on police barricades protecting the U.S. Capitol and spanning the time the three members breached the building, prosecutors charged Thursday.
In a new indictment adding previously charged Stone guards Joshua James, 33, of Arab, Ala., and Roberto Minuta, 36, of Prosper, Tex., to an Oath Keepers conspiracy case that now has 12 defendants, prosecutors bluntly laid a path to Rhodes and a person they said he put in charge of his group’s operations that day.
Prosecutors identified that individual only as “Person 10.” Rhodes in interviews has said he tapped a former Army explosives expert and Blackwater contractor nicknamed “Whip” as on-the-ground team leader.
more at link
|by Anonymous||reply 283||04/02/2021|
20 minutes ago
[quote] CRITICAL INCIDENT: USCP is responding to the North Barricade vehicle access point along Independence Avenue for reports someone rammed a vehicle into two USCP officers. A suspect is in custody. Both officers are injured. All three have been transported to the hospital.
[quote] Three siblings of Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) say he’s one the key instigators of the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol carried out by pro-Trump insurrectionists ― and they want him held accountable.
[quote] “He should have criminal consequences,” one of his brothers, Tim Gosar, said in a video from the conservative group Republican Accountability Project. “And if he’s found guilty, he should go to jail.”
[quote] The video shows how Gosar helped spread false conspiracy theories after the election and allegedly worked with one of the key organizers of the Jan. 6 “Stop the Steal” rally, which turned into an attack on the Capitol.
[quote] “There is no one member of Congress more responsible for the attack on the Capitol than Congressman Paul Gosar,” one of his sisters, Jennifer Gosar, said in the ad, which will run next week on Fox News in Gosar’s district as well as in Flagstaff, where he lives, but which is not part of his district:
[quote] Gosar’s siblings have spoken out against him in the past. In 2018, six of his brothers and sisters united to endorse his opponent.
[quote] “It would be difficult to see my brother as anything but a racist,” one of his sisters, Grace Gosar, said in a video.
|by Anonymous||reply 284||04/02/2021|
...but what is he focused on instead?
|by Anonymous||reply 285||04/02/2021|
^ God bless the GQP
|by Anonymous||reply 286||04/02/2021|
New date: 5/5
|by Anonymous||reply 287||04/02/2021|
A Florida college student was arrested Thursday for striking a police officer in the head with a skateboard during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, leaving him with a concussion, the FBI said in an affidavit.
Grady Douglas Owens, a student at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida, faces up to 36 years behind bars if convicted of the charges against him, which include assaulting a law enforcement officer with a deadly weapon and inflicting bodily injury, and violent entry of the Capitol building, among other things.
Owens, who is due to appear in court on Friday for a bond hearing, was caught on body cam footage striking a D.C. Metropolitan Police officer in the head with a skateboard bearing the phrase “White Fang.”
|by Anonymous||reply 288||04/02/2021|
[quote]Grady Douglas Owens faces up to 36 years behind bars if convicted.
Surely he was just "caught up in the moment" and sincerely regrets his actions.
|by Anonymous||reply 289||04/02/2021|
[quote]Joshua James, 33, of Arab, Ala.
I kind of love that every piece of mail he gets says Arab, and every time he buys something online, he has to pick out, A R A B.
|by Anonymous||reply 290||04/02/2021|
^AND it's pronounced "AY-rab" because of ignernt and all.
|by Anonymous||reply 291||04/03/2021|
[quote] A spokeswoman for the Salt Lake City Police Department confirmed that Hardin was an officer there until his retirement in 2017. He served with the city police for about two decades and was named the department’s Officer of the Year in 2012 for solving a 25-year-old murder case.
|by Anonymous||reply 292||04/03/2021|
Matthew Leland Klein and Jonathanpeter Allen Klein were indicted on charges of conspiracy, obstruction of an official, obstruction of law enforcement, destruction of government property, entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds and disorderly conduct in a restricted building or grounds.
Jonathanpeter Klein is a “self-identified” member of the Proud Boys, a far-right domestic group tied to extremism.
The DOJ has arrested at least 25 people affiliated with the Proud Boys for actions connected to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, including four alleged leaders of Proud Boys chapters in Washington, Florida, Pennsylvania and North Carolina.
Prosecutors allege the Klein brothers forcibly opened a “secured door on the Capitol’s north side” during the riot and caused “damage to the building in excess of $1,000.”
Matthew Klein allegedly “advanced toward” officers while “waving a flag affixed to a pole.”
Federal prosecutors allege that the Proud Boys prepared for the Jan. 6 attack by recruiting members on social media, raising money and procuring tactical equipment like military-style vests and gear. One Proud Boys leader charged in March, Ethan Nordean, allegedly led the group on Jan. 6 and planned to split up groups, break into the Capitol building and stop Congress from certifying the Electoral College results. The FBI is also investigating other far-right groups that have connections to the Jan. 6 riot like the Oath Keepers and the Three Percenters. All three groups are supportive of former President Donald Trump and maintain that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump.
The DOJ also announced on Monday that five men have been charged with “assaulting Metropolitan Police Department officers” during the Jan. 6 riots. Three of the men, Jack Wade Whitton of Georgia, Jeffrey Sabol of Colorado and Peter Francis Stager of Arkansas allegedly assaulted an officer with “a baton, flag, pole and a crutch.” Clayton Ray Mullins of Kentucky allegedly assaulted that same officer, and Michael John Lopatic Sr. of Pennsylvania allegedly assaulted a third officer. The MPD officers were not named in the release and their current conditions were not listed.
|by Anonymous||reply 293||04/05/2021|
^^ All the best people. ^^
|by Anonymous||reply 294||04/05/2021|
[quote] Just a week after Election Day, federal prosecutors charged someone who believed in then-President Donald Trump’s stolen-election lies with threatening to kill Sen. Chuck Schumer and other Democrats. Court papers indicate that the man, Staten Island sex offender Brian Maiorana, intends to plead guilty.
|by Anonymous||reply 295||04/06/2021|
Tensions are running high between guards and inmates at a D.C. jail housing many of the defendants in Jan. 6 cases, with at least one of those prisoners alleging that he was brutally beaten by correctional officers.
For weeks, Capitol riot defendants being held in Washington have complained that they are locked in their cells with virtually no human contact for 23 hours a day. But a startling, graphic account offered publicly in court on Tuesday by one such inmate, Ronald Sandlin, went further: alleging that guards have subjected those charged in the Jan. 6 events to violence, threats and verbal harassment.
“Myself and others involved in the Jan. 6 incident are scared for their lives, not from each other but from correctional officers,” Sandlin said during a bail hearing conducted by video before U.S. District Court Judge Dabney Friedrich. “I don’t understand how this is remotely acceptable,” he added, saying he was being subjected to “mental torture.”
In an unusual direct plea to the judge, Sandlin said another Capitol riot defendant, Ryan Samsel, “was severely beaten by correctional officers, [is now] blind in one eye, has a skull fracture and detached retina.”
Sandlin also described racial tension between minority guards and the largely white defendants, some of whom have been publicly accused of membership in or association with white supremacist groups.
Sandlin said guards tackled “to the ground” one high-profile prisoner, Richard Barnett, 60, who was photographed with his boot up on a desk in Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office. Sandlin said one of the guards declared, “I hate all white people and your honky religion.”
Defense attorneys for Samsel and Barnett confirmed the episodes described in court by Sandlin, which they said they learned about from their clients, clients’ family members and other attorneys. “There is a pattern of abuse and of targeting of the defendants who are being held pursuant to what happened on Jan. 6,” said Joseph McBride of New York, a defense lawyer for Barnett. “It is targeted. It is ruthless. It is nonstop.”
“We intend on filing a lawsuit against the two specific guards and the facility responsible for this scenario because Ryan Samsel did not deserve to get targeted and treated like this,” Metcalf added.
Another attorney for Samsel, Elisabeth Pasqualini, said that her client was moved to another “undisclosed” location earlier on Tuesday and that the episode in which he was injured last month was under investigation by the FBI.
A D.C. jail spokesperson and an attorney who represents the D.C. government on such issues did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the allegations. Jail officials have previously informed the court that the Jan. 6 defendants have all been held in “restrictive housing” in order to protect them from potential altercations with other inmates.
“For their own safety and security, all of the detainees who are being held at the Jail in connection with the events that occurred on January 6, 2021 at the Capitol Building have been placed in restrictive housing,” Deputy Warden Michelle Jones said in a declaration submitted last month to Judge Royce Lamberth, who is presiding over a separate case related to Jan. 6.
One veteran D.C. defense attorney said many Capitol rioters were new to the District’s jail system and might believe they’re being specifically targeted when they’re simply unfamiliar with being in jail at all — particularly in the harsh conditions of 23-hour-a-day isolation.
Pasqualini said she recognized that many people might have little sympathy for those accused of storming the Capitol, but that people who haven’t been convicted of any crime shouldn’t face such harsh conditions or abuse.
“For anyone inclined to think as a charged ‘Capitol Rioter,’ Mr. Samsel got what he deserved, I say get down from your mountain top, the hypocrisy in that air is distorting your vision,” she said in a statement. “Either we live in a democracy that believes in due process and equal justice before the law or we do not.”
|by Anonymous||reply 296||04/06/2021|
Related to R296
|by Anonymous||reply 297||04/06/2021|
[quote]“Either we live in a democracy that believes in due process and equal justice before the law or we do not.”
Those who tried to prevent the ceremonial certification of the Presidential election have made clear that they do not wish to live in a democracy with due processes.
|by Anonymous||reply 298||04/06/2021|
Good ol boy = "He's a white Republican! Give him a break!"
|by Anonymous||reply 299||04/06/2021|
More terrorist maggot tears! They are delicious!
Fucking goddamned terrorists should be waterboarded at Gitmo. Fuck their precious entitled white boy fe-fes.
Bunch of pathetic, sniveling cowards. Don't do the crime if you can't do the time, snowflake cunts.
|by Anonymous||reply 300||04/06/2021|
[quote] Jail responded that the meds he's complaining abt required authorization and they were unable to reach his dr. Lawyer said they called the wrong #. Judge advised him a better use of his time would have been to put the jail & the dr. in contact rather than file a motion with her.
|by Anonymous||reply 301||04/06/2021|
[quote] According to a statement filed in court by FBI Special Agent Stephen Hart, Fitzgerald was part of a group that pushed its way into the Capitol against a group of police officers who were trying to keep rioters out of the building. Photographs included with the FBI statement highlighted Fitzgerald and include a photo of a man said to be Fitzgerald wearing a shirt that reads, in part, “There will be a Wild Protest, Washington, D.C., Jan. 6, 2021,
[quote] The slogan likely refers to a tweet by Trump in which he encouraged protesters to take to the streets of Washington on Jan. 6. “Be there, will be wild!” the former president tweeted.
|by Anonymous||reply 302||04/07/2021|
Via email from charged riot suspect Brandon Straka:
Dear Patriot Family, Lately I’ve started to feel my mind go kind of numb on certain days. It’s been very jarring to go from being non-stop busy and on-the-go like I was to feeling rendered almost useless sometimes. Now don’t get me wrong. I know that that’s not true in any permanent kind of sense. But I’m doing as much as I am able to do everyday right now, and it just doesn’t feel like even close to enough.
It’s now been months since I’ve been able to do regular live videos, create new content to put out, do regular media interviews (which I was doing many, many times a week), plan and execute new events, travel and meet all of you. I don’t want to lose any pep. But this road has been long. It’s starting to feel too long and it’s not even over.
But I know I must stay focused. I know that God didn’t bring us this far to abandon us. That is never the case. So, the lesson for today is that we must all stay resilient, mission driven, and focused. Even if that means that for the present so many of our plans must be kept temporarily on hold.
Some days I’m feeling that I have to fight harder than others to stay grounded and to continue knowing that for right now my place is to step back and stay low until things work out. It’s been 71 days since this nightmare began for me. But I know I will be strong and make it to the finish line. The truth will prevail. Let’s all continue to pray for strength, unity, and firm resolve to pick up where we left off once all of this is behind us.
The email closes with a plea to “send checks” to a rented mailbox in Spanish Harlem, even though a crowdfunded “legal defense” drive has raised over $178,000. At last report, Straka has been ordered to remain at his parents’ home in Nebraska pending his first court hearing.
|by Anonymous||reply 303||04/07/2021|
I sure hope he loses pep.
|by Anonymous||reply 304||04/07/2021|
[quote]I don’t want to lose any pep.
Oh, hell, you can buy pep by the box.
|by Anonymous||reply 305||04/07/2021|
His poor pep...what about his verve?
|by Anonymous||reply 306||04/07/2021|
[quote] A New Jersey man accused of being “at the frontline” of violence during the Jan. 6 insurrection boasted about his involvement online—then googled “Countries where you can buy citizenship” once he realized he would probably be caught, prosecutors say
|by Anonymous||reply 307||04/07/2021|
[quote]Trump is speaking and everyone is walking there,” Quaglin said in one video before pointing to the Capitol and holding up his gas mask to show he is “ready.” “We will see how it goes. Proud of our boy.”
Moron. Your boy thinks you're a loser from New Jersey. Which you are. But go right ahead and risk your life for him.
|by Anonymous||reply 308||04/07/2021|
Your "boy" also thinks you're fat, ugly, stupid and your momma dresses you like an idiot.
|by Anonymous||reply 309||04/07/2021|
Seattle is reckoning with the news that at least 6 Seattle Police Department officers were in Washington D.C. on the day of the Capitol siege — the largest group of officers from a police department in the nation.
Advocates say the problem runs deeper.
Knowledge that 6 officers were in DC on Jan. 6 has only further strained the relationship between SPD and the city.
The OPA is currently working on dozens of investigations into unauthorized use of force against Black Lives Matter protesters last summer.
|by Anonymous||reply 310||04/08/2021|
Someone flipped on the Proud Boys!
|by Anonymous||reply 311||04/08/2021|
(Text in second tweet may be incorrect as it seems that it should read "Kevin's son, Hunter..."
|by Anonymous||reply 312||04/08/2021|
Proud Boys took to D.C. in droves as part of the so-called Million MAGA March, on Dec. 12. Police say four churches were vandalized that day
[quote] "The Proud Boys is not a legal entity, so I don't know what money they'd go after,” he told VICE News. “If they try to go after mine, I'd be happy to drag my balls across their face in court.”
[quote] Such bravado may prove misplaced, legal experts said, if the church’s high-powered legal team secures the court’s blessing to start searching for assets.
[quote] A review of business records by VICE News suggests top Proud Boys leaders have links to a network of LLCs in Florida and elsewhere, crowdfunding operations, and at least one online store selling Proud Boys–branded merch. These companies have hawked protein powder, gun-themed T-shirts, and even hoodies on behalf of former President Trump’s longtime confidant Roger Stone. Others, like the suggestively-named Daiquiri Brothers LLC based in Hawaii, only hint at a purpose.
[quote] Staking a claim on assets that aren’t transparently controlled by defendants named in the lawsuit would be a complex legal affair even if the church wins, legal experts said. And it would likely require further courtroom wrangling, as well as a decision by the church to move forward with claiming any damages awarded by the judge.
[quote] But if the church does go there, it could also unravel the inner workings of the high-profile far-right gang, reveal how the group funds its operations—and, potentially, force the Proud Boys to hand over assets, or even members’ personal property, to the church.
|by Anonymous||reply 313||04/09/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 314||04/09/2021|
The Washington Post's Rachel Weiner reports that an attorney representing retired New York City Police officer Thomas Webster argued to the United States District Court for the District of Columbia that his client should not be detained in his current conditions, which he described as a "dormitory setting."
The attorney went on to say that his client was not used to living in conditions that are usually reserved for people who commit "inner-city crimes."
"For a middle aged guy whose never been arrested before this has been a shock for him," said the attorney, who also touted his client's "sparkling" record as an New York cop.
|by Anonymous||reply 315||04/09/2021|
Snowflake piglet needs to suck it up and deal, r315.
I hear cops like pedos, don't end up doing well in prison.
Don't do the crime if you can't do the time, asshole terrorist.
|by Anonymous||reply 316||04/09/2021|
[quote]By 3:37 p.m., the Pentagon sent its own security forces to guard the homes of defense leaders. No troops had yet reached the Capitol.
|by Anonymous||reply 317||04/11/2021|
[quote] Westbury faces charges of entering and remaining in restricted buildings, disorderly conduct in restricted buildings and in a Capitol building, and parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building, according to the criminal complaint. It was unclear whether Westbury has a defense attorney.
[quote] The FBI said that after the Capitol attack, the bureau received a tip from a high school classmate of Westbury’s who identified him in videos posted on the social media platforms TikTok and Snapchat, where he is allegedly seen narrating his incursion into the government building.
[quote] The Snapchat video was then posted on a Twitter account of a friend of Westbury’s, according to court documents. FBI investigators identified Westbury in the videos and in an image posted on Reddit where he is seen wearing a gray sweatshirt and red hat taking a selfie inside the Capitol.
|by Anonymous||reply 318||04/12/2021|
[quote] Michael Lee Roche, 26, was arrested at his home, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. He appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Alistair Newbern in Nashville on Tuesday afternoon.
[quote] "We did get a chance to storm the Capitol, and we made it to the chamber. We managed to convince the cops to let us through. They listened to reason. So when we got in the chamber we all started praying and shouting in the name of Jesus Christ and inviting Christ back into our state Capitol," the man said, according to Newbern's summary.
[quote] He faces seven misdemeanor counts
|by Anonymous||reply 319||04/14/2021|
[quote]we all started praying and shouting in the name of Jesus Christ and inviting Christ back into our state Capitol
Is there any chance christians will ever be quiet? For even a minute?
|by Anonymous||reply 320||04/14/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 321||04/14/2021|
Jesus wanted me to break into the Capitol and smear shit on the walls
|by Anonymous||reply 322||04/14/2021|
I tell you what, that jesus is some kind of freak.
|by Anonymous||reply 323||04/14/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 324||04/14/2021|
[quote]Sam Montoya, a video editor for Alex Jones’ InfoWars website, has been arrested for storming the Capitol on Jan. 6
Too bad he couldn't edit himself out of the videos taken at the Capitol that day.
|by Anonymous||reply 325||04/14/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 326||04/15/2021|
[quote] On Friday, Senior U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth, a Ronald Reagan appointee, said in crystal clear fashion that he felt the defendant’s actions mocked the earlier court order.
|by Anonymous||reply 327||04/16/2021|
She will say her lawyer told her to.
|by Anonymous||reply 328||04/16/2021|
Kirschner: Oath Keeper Pleading Guilty ‘Will Start The Dominos Falling’ | The Last Word | MSNBC
|by Anonymous||reply 329||04/17/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 330||04/17/2021|
^ Guess the apple didn't fall far from the tree
|by Anonymous||reply 331||04/17/2021|
[quote] “It’s a charge in most jurisdictions to misuse police services,” the officer said.
|by Anonymous||reply 332||04/21/2021|
Cities Dropping Charges Against BLM Protesters Because Cops Had No Evidence
|by Anonymous||reply 333||04/22/2021|
[quote] According to her LinkedIn page, Janise Middleton, 50, is a billing manager for Angels Care Home Health in Gainesville and graduated from Arlington High School. She moderated a Parkinson’s support group, according to the Gainesville Register.
[quote] Mark Middleton, 51, a volunteer firefighter and pilot, works at Nortex Communications, an internet service provider in Muenster, and has a master’s degree in theology from Liberty University, according to his LinkedIn.
[quote] A spokesman for Nortex Communications said Mark Middleton started at the company in October selling broadband services and was no longer employed as of Thursday.
|by Anonymous||reply 334||04/22/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 335||04/23/2021|
It is really hard to imagine someone selected that^ as a person worth hooking up with, or going on a date with, or whatever Bumble does.
|by Anonymous||reply 336||04/23/2021|
I so appreciate the drip - drip - drip of this thread every day. Thank you to those who find these bits of news and share them. (Or one of you who is very dedicated.)
|by Anonymous||reply 337||04/23/2021|
[quote] A family member turned in an Ocala man who went to Washington D.C. “knowing full well they were going to break in” to the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, according to the U.S. Justice Department. Kenneth Kelly, 58, also sent text messages saying he entered the Capitol by breaking windows, an affidavit said. He turned himself in Friday at the Middle District of Florida U.S. Attorney’s Office in Ocala.
[quote] Pictures from surveillance video and text messages provided to the FBI show Kelly inside the Capitol, which he kept referring to as the White House, the affidavit said. “Inside the White house via breaking in windows,” a text message said. “Tree of liberty was watered today.” The family member told FBI agents Kelly had “extreme political views” and mentioned the conspiracy site “QAnon” a couple months before the riot.
|by Anonymous||reply 338||04/24/2021|
r337 - The thread's longevity has to do with its basic, all encompassing title. Like the Treason or Coronavirus Megathread threads.
|by Anonymous||reply 339||04/24/2021|
No, not really. Every day (or more frequently) someone new is arrested or some details break about out of the insurrectionists. People all over the country who took part in one event in D.C. three months ago. One Federal investigation, slowly pulling in the net.
|by Anonymous||reply 340||04/24/2021|
Yes, r340, really. If someone starts a thread specifically about the new "someone new", that thread will have a limited shelf life. The umbrella title makes this an appropriate thread for every development relating to Jan. 6th and giving it longevity because those developments are going to be coming for some time.
|by Anonymous||reply 341||04/24/2021|
[quote]Florida man arrested in Capitol riot said he was breaking into White House, feds say
I really need to start collecting "Florida man" headlines. Unending comedy.
|by Anonymous||reply 342||04/24/2021|
[quote]Yes, [R340], really.
You are incorrect.
|by Anonymous||reply 343||04/24/2021|
R339 Thank you! I tried.
Also, thanks to all the continuing thread starters and contributors. Let’s keep this series alive until justice is fully served.
|by Anonymous||reply 344||04/24/2021|
MAGA Rioter Grovels Before Judge For Mocking Mask Order
|by Anonymous||reply 345||04/27/2021|
Republican Leader Torched For Defending Trump's Response To Insurrection
|by Anonymous||reply 346||04/27/2021|
Republican Congressman Barricaded Himself In Bathroom With Sword During Insurrection
|by Anonymous||reply 347||04/28/2021|
Pelosi On Capitol Riot: I Will Never Forgive Those People, President Who Instigated The Insurrection
|by Anonymous||reply 348||04/28/2021|
[bold]Breaking: FBI breaks into Homer, Alaska house, looking for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop[/bold]
. . .
It was a case of mistaken identity, but the FBI now has possession of Marilyn’s HP Probook laptop. The photo above is on the FBI website as a person of interest in the January 6 surge into the U.S. Capitol, during which Pelosi’s laptop was stolen. The photo above is of the woman the FBI is looking for. Marilyn has no real social media presence or photos online.
more at link
|by Anonymous||reply 349||04/30/2021|
An Oregon state rep was just charged for letting protesters into the state Capitol
|by Anonymous||reply 350||05/02/2021|
[quote]Video obtained of the US Capitol riots via a legal challenge by @ nbcwashington is perhaps more telling in how it *sounds*
|by Anonymous||reply 351||05/02/2021|
[quote]BUSTED: Capitol insurrectionist is counting ballots at controversial Arizona election audit
|by Anonymous||reply 352||05/02/2021|
Trump Supporter Found Guilty Of Threatening To Kill Members Of Congress After Jan. 6 Insurrection
|by Anonymous||reply 353||05/04/2021|
Trump Lawyers Up After Being Sued By Capitol Police
|by Anonymous||reply 354||05/04/2021|
Soldier in the Wisconsin National Guard charged
|by Anonymous||reply 355||05/04/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 356||05/04/2021|
Josh Hawley Defends Pre-Capitol Riot Raised Fist Moment | The 11th Hour | MSNBC
|by Anonymous||reply 357||05/05/2021|
Capitol Rioter Goes Completely Berserk During Court Hearing
|by Anonymous||reply 358||Last Saturday at 6:34 PM|
r358 link is five minutes of a bald guy talking about someone going beserk - but not any actual video of the insurrectionist becoming irate and belligerent.
|by Anonymous||reply 359||Last Sunday at 8:16 AM|
So you think it's false, r359?
|by Anonymous||reply 360||Last Sunday at 8:23 AM|
Trump Told Military To Protect His Supporters During Capitol Riot
|by Anonymous||reply 361||20 hours ago|
Republicans Claim Capitol Riot Never Happened During Bizarre Hearing
|by Anonymous||reply 362||20 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||reply 363||20 hours ago|
[quote]Republicans Claim Capitol Riot Never Happened During Bizarre Hearing
And why not? Deplorables will believe anything.
|by Anonymous||reply 364||20 hours ago|
Next thing you know, R364, they will start claiming the Capitol attack was all a hologram.
|by Anonymous||reply 365||19 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||reply 366||19 hours ago|
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