It wasn't an insurrection.
On that January day in 2021, there were people who trespassed but in many cases were allowed to enter the U.S. Capitol building by law enforcement officers at the scene. Some trespassers and rioters are still jailed, charged but refused the right to a speedy trial protected by the Sixth Amendment.
To be clear, I don’t support lawlessness, whether it’s trespassing or rioting — if you commit the crime, you do the time.
However, I abhor the miscarriage or perversion of justice.
And what I hate even more is the metaphorical dog whistle that gets blown by the Marxists (and make no mistake, that’s what they are; if you studied true — not revisionist — history and economic theory, you’d know this) when a person or event pushes against the established and insidious progressive movement.
It’s a clarion call of sorts that alerts the band of bullies in federal offices, the FBI, corporate media and bad actors across the U.S. that it’s time to belittle, besmirch and badmouth people. In short, it’s time to assassinate the character of the opponent with the bloated, blubbering band of press hounds who talk, produce and write fake narratives aimed at brainwashing the masses.
There was no incitement.
There was an address from then-President Trump who told the crowd to peacefully and patriotically march. That fact was left out by the corrupt, state-owned media.
Should Trump have made a statement while the protestors surged into the Capitol? Perhaps.
Not one iota of evidence rises to the standard set by SCOTUS — who ruled on incitement decades ago — that there actually was incitement.
Even when you consider what the corrupt media portrayed, cutting short the clip where protestors are told to peacefully and patriotically march (which, by the way, is an action protected by the Constitution), it doesn't rise to the standard.
Furthermore, the January 6 committee reflected not one ounce of American jurisprudence. No cross-examinations. No chance for the accused to face his accuser. No unbiased judges. No “innocent until proven guilty.”
The press should be embarrassed.
In fact, it should be cut off from funding (that’s the job of consumers, by the way) until it earns the rights available to it by upholding the responsibilities of a free press afforded by the Frist Amendment.
The Republicans and Democrats who support fake, political theater should be impeached, and if the trial in the Senate finds them guilty, the salaries they've consumed since 2016 (or as far back as applicable) should be returned to American taxpayers. Otherwise, prosecute them for theft in office.
Their biased, self-centered, irresponsible and tyrannical behavior cannot be tolerated. It's time to stop allowing the liars to "pass go" and "collect $200" to use an old Monopoly phrase. If only it was $200 instead if millions (or maybe billions) of dollars!
The press, federally elected officials, federal police, Hollywood—it’s the tail that is wagging the dog.
We the people have the power to demand more and the responsibility to stop consuming the lies spewed by national outlets and statewide publications that ignore, twist and flat-out lie about what's going on.
The side that is treasonous, tyrannical and thwarting justice is the side that is in power, pretending to be the victim — falsely and frivolously labeling their opponents the very things which they, in fact, are.