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  1. Federal official walks back allegation rioters intended to 'capture and assassinate' A justice official in charge of the investigation into the Capitol riot said there was no "direct" evidence of that intent. A U.S. Department of Justice official on Friday walked back a federal claim that Capitol rioters "intended capture and assassinate elected officials." Washington's acting U.S. Attorney, Michael Sherwin, said in a telephone briefing, "There is no direct evidence at this point of kill-capture teams and assassination." The statement of alleged violent intent came in a motion filed by federal prosecutors in Arizona seeking to have Jacob Chansley detained pending trial. Chansley, also known as Jake Angeli, was seen wearing horns, a fur headdress and face paint during the riot. The motion, filed in federal court in Phoenix, said Chansley should be detained because he wants to return to Washington for the inauguration. “Strong evidence, including Chansley’s own words and actions at the Capitol, supports that the intent of the Capitol rioters was to capture and assassinate elected officials of the United States government,” the document said. The filing, though, did not specify what statements by Chansley indicate that intent, nor do the actual charges against him make any reference to that intent. Sherwin said the complexity of the Capitol riots cases paired with their geographic expanse, with cases filed in the District of Columbia and others elsewhere, could have contributed to the walked-back description of suspects. "There were appearances in two districts, Texas and Arizona, and at some of those hearings, there were other prosecutors," he said. "That may be a disconnect that may be adding information that's not directly related to what we have." The filing from prosecutors in Arizona also says Chansley left a note on the Senate chamber dais, where Vice President Mike Pence had been presiding over the count of the electoral votes just a short time earlier, warning, "it's only a matter of time, justice is coming." Chansley is charged with interfering with police, interrupting the proceedings, entering the Capitol without authority, disorderly conduct, and entering restricted areas. He was ordered to be detained pending trial. The charging document describes Chansley as an unemployed persistent drug user with mental problems. “Chansley has spoken openly about his belief that he is an alien, a higher being, and he is here on Earth to ascent to another reality,” the document says. It quotes him saying in a YouTube video as saying, “I am able to perceive multiple different frequencies of light beyond my five senses and it allows me to see into these other higher dimensions.” Chansley was among the people whose images became the public faces of the riot. Donning a fur hat with horns and American-flag inspired face paint, Angeli stormed the Capitol bare-chested and gloated in the aftermath. "The fact that we had a bunch of our traitors in office hunker down, put on their gas masks and retreat into their underground bunker, I consider that a win," Chansley, 33, said last week. Chansley is a QAnon-supporting YouTuber who also was among the pro-Trump protesters who gathered outside the Maricopa County Elections Department in Phoenix on Nov. 5, claiming that the election was stolen. Sherwin said Friday that prosecutors have 175 opened criminal investigations stemming from the Capitol riot, including violence on the grounds. Sherwin said that number would likely grow past 300 by the end of the day. Ninety-eight criminal cases have been opened so far, mostly federal felonies, he said, adding, "We're trying to focus on the violent offenders." The FBI said it is getting an extraordinary amount of information about people involved in the riot. More than 140,000 photos and videos have been sent in the past week. People are also sending tips about their own friends and family members. And some of those who are arrested or who turn themselves in are also providing information that is leading to other arrests. A top priority of the investigation is determining whether the rioters were organized with a command-and-control structure. Sherwin said it could take “weeks if not months” to answer that question.
  2. Video tape doesn't lie and with more arrests of the people who broke in we see exactly whodunnit.
  3. Yawn. His defense didn't impress me when we played San Francisco and he has a weak core of players on the roster to work with. Zero threat next year.
  4. Obviously something happened to him mentally over the years that turned him into the angry, Leftist who bites on every lie put out by the MSM. In fact, there hasn't been one single conspiracy put out by the media over the last 4 years that he hasn't believed. I think I should change his nickname to Gaslit Greg, seems more fitting.
  5. Glad his brother Jimmy did us a solid. He made it that much easier to show who was REALLY behind the Capitol Siege... Here's a hint, it wasn't orchestrated by MAGA people.
  6. I'm shocked that Communist indoctrination center Columbia University didn't beat them to it.
  7. Well since the crimes were all done by Democrats and their allies the MSM won't even bother reporting it and no one will get charged. That's our dual justice system at work. Anyone helping to destroy the country is blessed by the very agencies trusted to protect America via the orders of the moneyed elite.
  8. Soy boys don't make it either which has me wondering how HipCunt ever survived any stint in the military.
  9. Wokeism, the new religion for self-loathing retards catering to people who don't care about them.
  10. He's already planning his next health crisis before he steps down and goes somewhere else.
  11. So let me get this right, I can go to the game with 6700 other people and stay the whole time but I can't go to the bar with maybe 50 people and watch it until the end?
  12. That's right, fuck them right in the pocketbook. I think this is a turning point for both companies and that they will soon face fierce competition that won't be so easily deleted like Parler. It may take a couple of years but both companies could wind up like MySpace, Friendster, and a whole slew of companies you forgot about. Twitter, Facebook: $51 Billion Combined Market Value Erased Since Trump Ban Social media giants Facebook and Twitter have collectively seen $51.2 billion in combined market value wiped out over the last two trading sessions since they banned President Donald Trump from their platforms following the U.S. Capitol breach. Large tech firms and a number of Democratic political figures have claimed Trump incited violence at the U.S. Capitol last week. The incident disrupted debates in both the House and Senate as lawmakers were forced to shelter in place while police and security attempted to seize back control. Trump took to Twitter following the outbreak of violence to call on protesters to “go home in peace.” He denounced the violence as a “heinous attack” that “defiled the seat of American democracy” on Jan. 7. It is unclear who instigated the breach of the building. Last week, Twitter first placed restrictions on a video the president posted, before temporarily suspending his account, an action followed closely by Facebook. Twitter two days later permanently suspended Trump’s account over two Twitter posts it cited as having violated its policies. A large number of pro-Trump accounts were also deleted by Twitter and Facebook. As users attempted to flee to Parler and other social media websites, Amazon Web Services suspended its service with Parler on Monday morning, triggering a lawsuit from the company hours later. Most recently, Google’s YouTube removed new content from Trump’s account and suspended his channel for at least a week, saying that the channel violated its policies for “inciting violence.” “After careful review, and in light of concerns about the ongoing potential for violence, we removed new content uploaded to the Donald J. Trump channel and issued a strike for violating our policies for inciting violence,” a YouTube spokesperson said in a statement to The Epoch Times. “As a result, in accordance with our long-standing strikes system, the channel is now prevented from uploading new videos or livestreams for a minimum of seven days—which may be extended. We are also indefinitely disabling comments under videos on the channel, we’ve taken similar actions in the past for other cases involving safety concerns.” Google did not have any further comment when asked about what aspects of the content on Trump’s channel had violated its policies. The president has argued that companies like Google, Twitter, and Facebook will fail due to censorship. "Big Tech is doing a horrible thing to our country. … And I believe it’s going to be a catastrophic mistake for them,” Trump said.
  13. f8ta1ity54 in the 1700's: Those traitorous colonists should never dare to question King George. Off with their heads!
  14. Whether they have the "right" to do it is up for debate as they receive government protections and act as a town hall. Regardless, they need to be hit in the pocketbook fierce. If an anti-trust can be filed against Microsoft in the 90s one can easily be filed against the social media conglomerate.
  15. I had another thread about exactly that. Also, many in the media purposely left out the part of his speech on the 6th urging everyone to walk over to the Capitol and peacefully cheer on the politicians who were backing him. Inciting a riot my ass! He says specifically to "peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard." The footage doesn't lie.
  16. Weird, people said the same thing about players kneeling and supporting BLM/ANTIFA before NFL games and got called racists for pointing it out. If you serve as a public forum with government protections your status as a private corporation is pretty questionable and if you remember years ago when they were expanding they all touted themselves as town halls where anyone could say almost anything. I don't think your post is looking at a lot of the facts in this matter. In the Information Age what they're doing is the equivalent of AT&T cutting off your phone service in the 80s because they didn't like what you talked about and while they were technically a private company they did indeed receive government subsidies and regulations and were a de facto monopoly which is what Twitter and Facebook are in the realms of social media.
  17. Since this bot never quotes the article, here goes: Wide receiver Stefon Diggs and quarterback Josh Allen have looked like a match made in football heaven throughout the 2020 season. Diggs led the league with 127 receptions and 1,535 yards in 2020 — setting franchise records in both categories. Given his production, it makes sense he’s enjoyed his time with Buffalo since arriving through an offseason trade. But the wide receiver said Wednesday going into the building every day feels less like work and more like enjoyable time he gets to spend with people he cares about. “It’s just part of being around the right system for you, the right situation for you,” Diggs said in his press conference. “Not to say that any situation is bad for players, but as far as being able to grow in a situation, and grow with some guys and something that’s in the best interest of yourself and your career, I feel like it’s been perfect here.” Diggs feels that way not only about the Bills organization, but also about the Buffalo community at large. “I feel like I kind of fit this mold. People don’t always fit their surroundings or fit their community and I kind of feel like I fit as far as my passion for football and their passion for football and everybody being on the same accord,” Diggs said. “So I’d say, I hope I’ve found my second home and I will say they’ve welcomed me with open arms.” As long as Diggs keeps playing like he has in 2020 and the Bills keep winning, Buffalo will undoubtedly continue to embrace the wide receiver.
  18. I think we all agreed that things like death threats violate most TOS agreements... Liking Trump and being a Conservative do not.
  19. Wow, they've never been proven wrong or slanderous in a court of law but yet no one seems to do anything about the criminals in PV's and Fitton's exposés.
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