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At least six Republican state legislators took part in events surrounding the storming of the US Capitol.

 

At least six Republican state legislators took part in events surrounding the storming of the US Capitol. West Virginia Delegate Derrick Evans posted a video of himself entering the building but later deleted it, The New York Times reported.

Tennessee state lawmaker Terri Lynn Weaver told the Tennessean that she was “in the thick of it” during the rally before the storming of the Capitol. She said there was “Just a whole heck of a lot of patriots here". She later tweeted a picture of the mob at the base of the Capitol, saying: “Epic and historic day gathering with fellow Patriots from all over the nation DC.”

Virginia state Senator Amanda Chase denied that any violence had taken place, despite the overwhelming evidence, and later accused the police of murder after the shooting of a California woman inside the Capitol. "A veteran who was brutally murdered by Capitol Police today,” Chase wrote on Facebook according to the Henrico Citizen.

“These were not rioters and looters; these were Patriots who love their country and do not want to see our great republic turn into a socialist country. I was there with the people; I know. Don’t believe the fake media narrative," she wrote.

Missouri State Representative Justin Hill skipped his swearing-in ceremony to be in DC. He marched to the Capitol but didn’t enter, the St Louis Post-Dispatch reported him as saying.

Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano made sure that a busload of people could be in DC. He said in a video that he didn’t participate in the clashes with police, The Hill reported.

Michigan State Representative Matt Maddock was also at the scene, according to The Hill.

This comes as the FBI and DC Police released images of people wanted on federal charges for violently storming the US Capitol. They are trying to track down 36 people after 68 were already arrested after violent clashes with police as the Trump-supporting mob broke into the Capitol, forcing members of Congress to evacuate and seek shelter in undisclosed locations. Four rioters died and 56 officers were injured in the ensuing chaos. One officer remains in hospital after being beaten and tased by the mob.

Charges include inciting a riot and weapons violations. Rioters scaled the Capitol building, defaced statues, committed countless acts of vandalism and fought with police.

The suspects include Holocaust deniers, White supremacists, and conspiracy theorists.

Several of them have already been identified online, such as 32-year-old Jake Angeli, sometimes called the "QAnon Shaman" according to the Arizona Republic. Shirtless and wearing horns and a fur, the Trump-supporting QAnon conspiracy theorist was seen in numerous images from the Capitol on Wednesday.

An unnamed man was fired from his job at a Maryland marketing firm after wearing his company badge while storming the Capitol.

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But many have yet to be identified. Former Deputy Director of the FBI Danny Coulson told Fox News that: "It didn't just happen," asserting that inciters of the riot were to blame. "There were people there that came to do it and generated it and caused this horrible mayhem," he said.

Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen said in a statement: "The Department of Justice is committed to ensuring that those responsible for this attack on our Government and the rule of law face the full consequences of their actions under the law."

"Some participants in yesterday’s violence will be charged today, and we will continue to methodically assess evidence, charge crimes and make arrests in the coming days and weeks to ensure that those responsible are held accountable under the law.”

"We still have a significant amount of work ahead of us to identify and hold each and every one of the violent mob accountable for their violent actions," Metropolitan Police Department chief Robert Contee said.

 

 

 


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This thing has been so completely blown out of proportion by the dems/libs/press.  Just stop it.  Weak RINO's also piling on.  It was/is not the end of the world.  Enough!  LOL

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Hypocrites galore as far as the Capitol "incident".  I'm already sick of hearing about it.  Go get the small number of knuckleheads who took part and then let it go.  No one's world is coming to an end, people.  Geez Louise.  That small group who took part is NOT REPRESENTATIVE of all conservatives, Repubs, Trump supporters.  Very dishonest to say that.  All of it political.  Make no mistake.

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1 hour ago, HipKat said:

At least six Republican state legislators took part in events surrounding the storming of the US Capitol.

At least six Republican state legislators took part in events surrounding the storming of the US Capitol. West Virginia Delegate Derrick Evans posted a video of himself entering the building but later deleted it, The New York Times reported.

Tennessee state lawmaker Terri Lynn Weaver told the Tennessean that she was “in the thick of it” during the rally before the storming of the Capitol. She said there was “Just a whole heck of a lot of patriots here". She later tweeted a picture of the mob at the base of the Capitol, saying: “Epic and historic day gathering with fellow Patriots from all over the nation DC.”

Virginia state Senator Amanda Chase denied that any violence had taken place, despite the overwhelming evidence, and later accused the police of murder after the shooting of a California woman inside the Capitol. "A veteran who was brutally murdered by Capitol Police today,” Chase wrote on Facebook according to the Henrico Citizen.

“These were not rioters and looters; these were Patriots who love their country and do not want to see our great republic turn into a socialist country. I was there with the people; I know. Don’t believe the fake media narrative," she wrote.

Missouri State Representative Justin Hill skipped his swearing-in ceremony to be in DC. He marched to the Capitol but didn’t enter, the St Louis Post-Dispatch reported him as saying.

Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano made sure that a busload of people could be in DC. He said in a video that he didn’t participate in the clashes with police, The Hill reported.

Michigan State Representative Matt Maddock was also at the scene, according to The Hill.

This comes as the FBI and DC Police released images of people wanted on federal charges for violently storming the US Capitol. They are trying to track down 36 people after 68 were already arrested after violent clashes with police as the Trump-supporting mob broke into the Capitol, forcing members of Congress to evacuate and seek shelter in undisclosed locations. Four rioters died and 56 officers were injured in the ensuing chaos. One officer remains in hospital after being beaten and tased by the mob.

Charges include inciting a riot and weapons violations. Rioters scaled the Capitol building, defaced statues, committed countless acts of vandalism and fought with police.

The suspects include Holocaust deniers, White supremacists, and conspiracy theorists.

Several of them have already been identified online, such as 32-year-old Jake Angeli, sometimes called the "QAnon Shaman" according to the Arizona Republic. Shirtless and wearing horns and a fur, the Trump-supporting QAnon conspiracy theorist was seen in numerous images from the Capitol on Wednesday.

An unnamed man was fired from his job at a Maryland marketing firm after wearing his company badge while storming the Capitol.

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But many have yet to be identified. Former Deputy Director of the FBI Danny Coulson told Fox News that: "It didn't just happen," asserting that inciters of the riot were to blame. "There were people there that came to do it and generated it and caused this horrible mayhem," he said.

Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen said in a statement: "The Department of Justice is committed to ensuring that those responsible for this attack on our Government and the rule of law face the full consequences of their actions under the law."

"Some participants in yesterday’s violence will be charged today, and we will continue to methodically assess evidence, charge crimes and make arrests in the coming days and weeks to ensure that those responsible are held accountable under the law.”

"We still have a significant amount of work ahead of us to identify and hold each and every one of the violent mob accountable for their violent actions," Metropolitan Police Department chief Robert Contee said.

 

Oh my god!!!!!  The sky is falling, Chicken Little!!!!  LOL.  You people are rabid crazy.  Unreal.

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@travolta would it be possible for you to post a title and a blurb you think sums up the article?

nobody wants to blindly hit links and wait to see if they want to read it. you have it right there. cut and past a line or more if you want, just something to let people know what they are getting into

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1 hour ago, Thebowflexbody said:

This thing has been so completely blown out of proportion by the dems/libs/press.  Just stop it.  Weak RINO's also piling on.  It was/is not the end of the world.  Enough!  LOL

You really are dim fucking wit, aren't you?? Everything is just blown out of proportion.

  • Charlotte - blown out of proportion - 1 person died, no big deal.
  • Michigan - Blown out of proportion, capital gets broken into by armed insurgents - no big deal.
  • Michigan - Blown out of proportion, Right Wing facists plot to kidnap and murder the Governor - no big deal.
  • The US Capitol gets over run by Trump supporters, Blown out of proportion, some armed, some waving a treasonous flag, other racist and Xenophobic sayings -  Congress people forced to evacuate, a Constitution ordered Election certification interrupted, incited by the President of the United States and his lackey attorney, 4 people dead - no big deal

It's all just no big fucking deal, right?? FUCK Democracy. Fuck the Constitution. Fuck American political institutions. Fuck EVERYTHING because the least effective, least approved, most corrupt and divisive criminal that raped the Oval Office didn't win an election... Boo fucking hoo.

No big deal


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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we have a system dealing with disputes. that system has sternly rejected dons assertions. if theres evidence, why havent we seen it produced when asked?

way too many of those "protestors" werent there for peaceful reasons, they wanted to tear down congress - we know bc they actually did break things to get in. disgustingly, don was egging them on. congress was literally counting the electoral votes at the time. at that moment it stops being a protest and it starts being a coup. just bc you arent breaking stuff as you run in doesnt mean you arent backing up dangerous other lunatics that would kill a congressperson

what about the ones carrying weapons? how close to the congresspeople do we allow them to get? stupid question, right? even the unarmed, what chance does a group of 60-ish people have against an enraged mob?

this cant be america. well, it IS america right now. but hopefully this will teach us how NOT to act. i can dream, cant i


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The fuckers are all gonna get doxxed.  Getting reported to their employers and FBI.  These ppl are dumber than dog shit. For instance....

Here we have Paul Davis. A lawyer and associate general counsel & director of human resources at Goosehead Insurance. He also was dumb enough to livestream it (see the pattern here?)

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So laughable that MAGATs up in here trying to make this antifa... lol, but but but gateway pundit durrrr

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11 hours ago, HipKat said:

You really are dim fucking wit, aren't you?? Everything is just blown out of proportion.

  • Charlotte - blown out of proportion - 1 person died, no big deal.
  • Michigan - Blown out of proportion, capital gets broken into by armed insurgents - no big deal.
  • Michigan - Blown out of proportion, Right Wing facists plot to kidnap and murder the Governor - no big deal.
  • The US Capitol gets over run by Trump supporters, Blown out of proportion, some armed, some waving a treasonous flag, other racist and Xenophobic sayings -  Congress people forced to evacuate, a Constitution ordered Election certification interrupted, incited by the President of the United States and his lackey attorney, 4 people dead - no big deal

It's all just no big fucking deal, right?? FUCK Democracy. Fuck the Constitution. Fuck American political institutions. Fuck EVERYTHING because the least effective, least approved, most corrupt and divisive criminal that raped the Oval Office didn't win an election... Boo fucking hoo.

No big deal

Blown out of proportion for political purposes.  So now you care about the woman who got shot in the neck?  You're all over the place.  LOL

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4 hours ago, 212frawk said:

The fuckers are all gonna get doxxed.  Getting reported to their employers and FBI.  These ppl are dumber than dog shit. For instance....

Here we have Paul Davis. A lawyer and associate general counsel & director of human resources at Goosehead Insurance. He also was dumb enough to livestream it (see the pattern here?)

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Therefore, Frawk is exactly the same as any BLM or Antifa person.  Same exact flawed logic.  Not surprising either.  Hypocrite.

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Ruin the lives of every single person who was in the general area that day!!!  Make them pay!!!  Cancel them!!!  Groupthink!!!

You people are CRAZY. :classic_biggrin:

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44 minutes ago, Thebowflexbody said:

Blown out of proportion for political purposes.  So now you care about the woman who got shot in the neck?  You're all over the place.  LOL

I don't give two shits about her. Again, I'm just pointing out your hypocrisy and you're ignorance


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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