Anti-Trump Terrorist At The Capital

The House impeached the President over a riot organized by his opponents.


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11 Responses to Anti-Trump Terrorist At The Capital

  1. Rory Forbes says:

    After watching it with no specific sound but ambient noises, it was clear that there were two distinct groups … one acting randomly like a peaceful crowd and another acting with purpose, being led. Maybe one or two of the Trump supporters became tied up with the trouble makers, but for the most part, the rioters where a rented for the purpose.

  2. Aussie says:

    When I first saw the troubling reports of Ashli Babbitts death and Sullivan being the “camera man” for it, and even then there were those who connected him with Antifa, I smelt a rat.

    The fact he spent days wandering free afterwards is incomprehensible, unless one realises that his arrest was not wanted and would blow apart the ridiculous Pelosi huffing and puffing. There were many more like him there as many have flagged, but been silenced over.

    Michael Yon has been to hundreds of Antifa and other demonstrations and immediately recognised the tactics, equipment and even the talk. The Capitol was a complete set up and the sooner people realise that the better we will be.

    But with the Joebama administration at our doorstep and the shameful antics of the courts over “election irregularities” good luck getting mainstream people understanding the reality, and prosecuting the Antifa ringleaders…

  3. D. Boss says:

    And now it has come out that the FBI believes (has evidence of) it being planned for days before the Speech by Trump, and in fact the breach of the Capital began before Trump even started or finished his speech!

    Not only did Trump specifically call for peaceful protest in that speech, but the thing was planned well before the speech by a small group of misguided or planted instigators.

    And to top off this utter hypocrisy, various law enforcement intelligence groups warned of this planned action against the Capital several days before it happened and the Capital Police Chief begged the Mayor and both Pelosi and McConnell to bring in the National Guard to bolster the weak Capital Police as they knew they’d be outnumbered.

    Mayor and both leaders of Congress denied this request for added strength ahead of credible and actionable intelligence it was going to happen. The rush to impeach may be to cover their collective negligence…as well as trying to deny Trump from running for any office again.

  4. Gamecock says:

    The Republic is being ripped apart, taken over by Leftist radicals. Tucker Carlson starts his monologue last night with a declaration of orthodoxy, “Riots are bad, m’kay?”

    After 7 months of Leftist riots, overtly supported by Democrats, rioting is now bad. Obviously, the problem isn’t riots, it’s Republican riots. The rioters (sic) are to be prosecuted for impersonating Democrats. As Tony points out, the violence/rioting may not have even been initiated by the marchers, anyway. Republicans who are to accept their fate peacefully don’t initiate riots; it doesn’t even make sense.

    Tucker tells us to be nice and accept our destruction. I for one was happy to see an actual Republican march on the Capital. The violence/rioting is a distraction. We should march again. Every day.

    “Extremism in defense of liberty is no vice.” – Barry Goldwater

  5. Andre Rohde garder says:


    According to the text, James Sullivan makes a very bold claim: “I’m currently working with the FBI to expose and place total blame on John and the 226 members of antifa that instigated the Capitol ‘riot’ I was able to get my agent out of trouble along with three other uthan’s.”

  6. scott allen says:

    This link will not down load, I had to go to the DOJ website and read the press release.
    but the actual affidavit has now been redacted (the bottom of the release which shows downloads avaible, says redacted)

    • Rory Forbes says:

      I don’t know about the laws in the US, but here in Canada all court proceedings are public information and cannot be “redacted”.

  7. Disenfranchised American says:

    I live in Minnesota and today I put in a request to remove myself from the voter registration. I am encouraging everyone who loves freedom and loves this country to do the same. Anyone who really believes that the system is rigged and our votes are in fact meaningless is only keeping that illusion going by voting.

    • Jeff L. says:

      I’ve been seeing a similar “grass roots” movement in other places. People claiming to be conservative/republican/patriots are switching parties or going non-partisan.

      The parties are who select the candidates we vote on. If you don’t belong to a party, you are stuck voting for whoever was selected by one.

      I am not claiming that we have a perfect or non-corrupt system, but we have what we have. It seems that some people are pushing the idea of giving up what little power we have left, because (why?)

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