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I don't think their propaganda campaign is going all that well:

Almost half of U.S. voters think FBI acting as Biden's personal 'Gestapo'
Republicans were much more likely to agree with the characterization, with 64% saying the FBI acts as Biden’s “personal gestapo” compared to only 30% of Democrats.
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philip964 wrote: Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:13 pm https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/de ... hp&pc=U531

Democracy under fire. The insurrectionists are heavily armed.

Jan 6 being used now as a reason to end 2nd amendment.
Hahahaha.

Keep dreaming commies.
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https://www.realclearinvestigations.com ... 10720.html

Capitol Police officer who was cleared in the murder of Ashley Babbit refused to be interviewed.

Which is his right.

But since he refused to give his side, how did they conclude he did not just murder her or have a ND?

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Must be getting close.

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https://www.businessinsider.com/man-tex ... lty-2022-1

Retired Firefighter pleaded guilty to parading in a government building, faces 6 months in prison. He sent a selfie to his brother in law who is a federal agent.

Glad we are paying so much attention to this, I’m sure it’s not taking away our efforts at real crime.
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Trespass and vandalism are also real crimes.
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oohrah wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 10:58 am Trespass and vandalism are also real crimes.
And those that broke things, vandalized, stole things and did other damage should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Those that removed fences and barricades, took down signs that said prohibited area, or encouraged people to enter a now unlabeled restricted area or conspired to get these things accomplished by hiring them for the purpose, ordering or instucting them to accomplish these items or creating a program to get this accomplished or purposefully restricted security at the Capitol so that this could occur, should also be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. This would include any federal employees or federal appointees or elected officials.

Those persons who were waved into the Capitol by the Capitol Police or mistakenly entered a restricted area without force and who simply walked around and took selfies, walked between the velvet ropes and then left should have their charges dropped. Under no circumstances should they be held in solitary confinement for a year and a half.
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