Day of Rage: An In-Depth Look at How a Mob Stormed the Capitol

annabenedetti

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Is there a link to the FBI document buried somewhere in there I'm not seeing? I see a run-down of Tucker Carlson's show, a reference to a website Carlson used for his segment, but am I missing the link to the document itself?
 

Omniskeptical

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ok, but only actual fraud during that particular election is significant to the end result, correct?
It would be hard to prove Biden didn't cheat, or did cheat. I do like how voting is more restricted now. Most Blacks can still vote, but immigrants who are Black can't. cry me a river.
 

marke

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Another Oath Keeper Flips

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Mark Grods Admits To Being Among Those In This Military Style "Stack" Invading The Capitol

Mark Grods is the third member of the Oath Keepers to plead guilty to conspiracy charges and agree to cooperate with the investigation. You can read his statement of information, stating what he will plead guilty to and facts supporting those charges that he is admitting, HERE.

  • Grods admits that he was part of a conspiracy against the United States and that the "purpose of the conspiracy was to stop, delay, and hinder the Certification of the Electoral College vote."
  • He admits to "attending or scheduling trainings to teach and learn paramilitary combat tactics in advance of the January 6 operation."
  • He admits to "bringing and contributing paramilitary gear and supplies—INCLUDING FIREARMS, camouflaged combat uniforms, tactical vests with plates, helmets, eye protection, and radio equipment—for the January 6 operation."
  • He admits to "FORCIBLY storming past exterior barricades, Capitol Police, and other law enforcement officers."
  • He admits that he "BROUGHT FIREARMS to Washington, D.C., and eventually provided them to another individual to store in a Virginia hotel."
Note about this last one. Other charging documents from the government allege that the Oath Keeper plot including having a heavily armed "QRF" (quick reaction force) that would bring heavy weapons into the Capitol once Trump deputized them by invoking the Insurrection Act and calling forth a citizen's militia (that would be them).

  • Grods admits that he entered the Capitol with a large stick, along with others, "assaulted law enforcement officers in the Rotunda."
For months rioters across the country have looted, burned, assaulted, and destroyed in the name of 'justified protests.' For months democrats have supported the 'justified protests' by claiming the protesters had a right to express their dissent and to commit acts of civil disobedience as a means to provoke change. But the democrats saw an opportunity to stop the congressional hearings on voter fraud on Jan 6 by creating the phony "insurrection" narrative. Democrats are dishonest, disruptive, evil, and seditious.
 

annabenedetti

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Oct. 20:
Sen. Ron Johnson, who calls the Capitol attack a 'peaceful protest,' confirmed to us he's blocking Biden's choice to oversee the January 6th prosecutions

Nov. 5:
WASHINGTON – Matthew M. Graves took office today as United States Attorney for the District of Columbia. He succeeds Channing D. Phillips, who had been serving as Acting U.S. Attorney since March 3, 2021.

Dec. 14
The Securities and Exchange Commission's chief litigator is joining the US attorney's office handling January 6 cases

Bridget Fitzpatrick, the SEC's chief litigation counsel, is poised to leave the commission to become the top deputy to US attorney Matt Graves, according to multiple people familiar with her plans. For Fitzpatrick, the move marks a return to the US attorney's office where she once specialized in public corruption prosecutions.

She is expected to start at the end of December or in early 2022 as the so-called first assistant US attorney under Graves, whose early tenure as the top federal prosecutor in Washington has been highlighted by the indictment of Trump ally Steve Bannon on contempt of Congress charges.

In their previous stints at the US attorney’s office, Graves and Fitzpatrick both worked in the fraud and public corruption unit — a team that reviews congressional referrals for prosecution and often brings cases against high-profile figures.
 

marke

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Oct. 20:
Sen. Ron Johnson, who calls the Capitol attack a 'peaceful protest,' confirmed to us he's blocking Biden's choice to oversee the January 6th prosecutions

Nov. 5:
WASHINGTON – Matthew M. Graves took office today as United States Attorney for the District of Columbia. He succeeds Channing D. Phillips, who had been serving as Acting U.S. Attorney since March 3, 2021.

Dec. 14
The Securities and Exchange Commission's chief litigator is joining the US attorney's office handling January 6 cases

Bridget Fitzpatrick, the SEC's chief litigation counsel, is poised to leave the commission to become the top deputy to US attorney Matt Graves, according to multiple people familiar with her plans. For Fitzpatrick, the move marks a return to the US attorney's office where she once specialized in public corruption prosecutions.

She is expected to start at the end of December or in early 2022 as the so-called first assistant US attorney under Graves, whose early tenure as the top federal prosecutor in Washington has been highlighted by the indictment of Trump ally Steve Bannon on contempt of Congress charges.

In their previous stints at the US attorney’s office, Graves and Fitzpatrick both worked in the fraud and public corruption unit — a team that reviews congressional referrals for prosecution and often brings cases against high-profile figures.
The democrat fascists are violating rules of law, covering evidence, filing false charges, and perverting justice in venomous assaults on their political enemies in America. In those unjustifiable hateful persecutions of their enemies democrats prove to be more like the devil than like God.
 

annabenedetti

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A group of former executive branch lawyers on Wednesday urged the Supreme Court to reject an effort by former President Trump to hamper the House committee investigation into the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

The group of legal heavyweights, comprising a half dozen former White House and top Justice Department lawyers who served under Republican presidents, argued in an amicus brief that Trump’s assertion of executive privilege over his administration’s records is outweighed by congressional investigators’ pursuit of the facts surrounding the Trump-inspired insurrection.

“Congress is now investigating those events and determining how to prevent unsuccessful candidates from attempting to undermine our democracy in the future,” they wrote. “Amici believe that the documents at issue should be turned over given, among other things, the importance of the House investigation into the January 6th attack and the current president’s reasonable determination that executive privilege should not be asserted in this case.”

Among the brief's authors are Donald Ayer, who served in top Department of Justice (DOJ) roles under Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush; Peter Keisler, a high-ranking DOJ official under President George W. Bush and an associate White House counsel under Reagan; and Carter Phillips, an assistant to the solicitor general under Reagan and who regularly advocates before the Supreme Court.
 

marke

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A group of former executive branch lawyers on Wednesday urged the Supreme Court to reject an effort by former President Trump to hamper the House committee investigation into the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

The group of legal heavyweights, comprising a half dozen former White House and top Justice Department lawyers who served under Republican presidents, argued in an amicus brief that Trump’s assertion of executive privilege over his administration’s records is outweighed by congressional investigators’ pursuit of the facts surrounding the Trump-inspired insurrection.

“Congress is now investigating those events and determining how to prevent unsuccessful candidates from attempting to undermine our democracy in the future,” they wrote. “Amici believe that the documents at issue should be turned over given, among other things, the importance of the House investigation into the January 6th attack and the current president’s reasonable determination that executive privilege should not be asserted in this case.”

Among the brief's authors are Donald Ayer, who served in top Department of Justice (DOJ) roles under Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush; Peter Keisler, a high-ranking DOJ official under President George W. Bush and an associate White House counsel under Reagan; and Carter Phillips, an assistant to the solicitor general under Reagan and who regularly advocates before the Supreme Court.
Congressional democrats undermined America and the Constitution for four years while dishonestly and seditiously attacking the duly elected President of the US, Donald Trump.
 

TomO

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Jan 6 saw leftists setting up Trump supporters in a scheme to paint them as terrorists. Leftists are wicked, seditious, dishonest, ungodly, despicable, and barbarian.
Hopefully those who pay attention will learn the lesson imparted to them. They will have a greater understanding of what they are actually dealing with. I say this because they obviously were not paying attention before, otherwise they would not have been so foolhardy as to hand their lives and futures over as they did.

On the brighter side, it did indeed showcase the true face of of our "Leaders"IMG_1492.JPG
 

Omniskeptical

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What you say is a crock. The Democrats knew they weren't in danger, since every elities knew, including Trump, the FBI was going to pull this stunt on January 6. I won't rest my vigilance until they are defeated in the midterms.
 
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