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Surveillance Video Shows D.C. Police Beating Women on January 6

Recently-released surveillance video from inside the lower west terrace tunnel at the Capitol building from last January 6 confirms what American Greatness has reported for months: law enforcement officers from the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department and U.S. Capitol Police led a brutal assault against Trump supporters trapped inside that tunnel during the Capitol protest.

The three-hour clip offers one angle of what happened between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. in the tunnel, the site of the most violent clashes between police and protesters. It also is the location where Rosanne Boyland, a Trump supporter from Georgia, died.

One clip shows the attack on Victoria White, a Minnesota mother of four who was viciously beaten by at least two D.C. Metro officers including a supervisor:

 

The video supports what White told me in a series of interviews earlier this month; she was repeatedly beaten on the head with a baton and punched directly in the face numerous times by police. One officer grabbed her by the hair and shook her head side to side. Government charging documents, however, claim White—who is 5’6”, weighs 155 pounds, and had no weapon—was the aggressor:

“By approximately 4:07 p.m., WHITE’s red cap had fallen off, she lost her black coat, and she can be seen inside the entranceway grabbing for one of the MPD officers standing on a ledge,” an FBI investigator wrote in a 12-page complaint. “As the video progresses, the MPD officers attempt to push WHITE back with their riot shields and fend her off with a baton. WHITE is seen in a red sweater, and it appears that she is attempting to grab a shield and uses her hand to block the baton.”:snip:

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Mother, wife of January 6 defendants speaks out: ‘I can’t believe our government is doing this’

"If they can do this to peaceful, law-abiding American citizens, they’ll have no problem coming for anyone."

Anthony Gockowski

December 27, 2021

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The photo on the right shows the Westbury brothers and Aaron James, their half brother, all of whom have been charged in connection to January 6.

Rosemarie Westbury’s life was turned upside down on April 9. Armored vehicles carrying federal agents equipped with fully-automatic rifles and battering rams were looking for her son.

It was 6:30 in the morning and Rosemarie was on her way to work as the sole breadwinner of the family. Her 62-year-old husband, Robert, has had eight strokes.

She received a terrifying call from one of her sons: the FBI was at their door.

“I was scared to death, not knowing what was going on,” she said, weeping at the recollection of that terrible morning.

“They clear the house, room by room, kicking and throwing things. They were pointing their rifles in people’s faces. They handcuffed and shackled each member of the house. Brought them out, shirtless, barefoot, and it was cold, if you remember, it was very cold in April,” Rosemarie continued.

This was the first of two pre-dawn, no-knock raids executed against her family. On that day, her middle son, Jonah, was charged in connection to the FBI’s January 6 “Capitol Breach” investigation. Jonah’s brother, Isaac, has a seizure condition and was in an ICU that same day.

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It gets worse.

Meanwhile The Narrative Speaks

Dec. 21 2021

Sept. 2 2021

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In Biden’s America, some protesters are more equal than others

In George Orwell’s Animal Farm, the famous allegorical novella about Stalin’s Soviet Union, two pigs begin a revolution by announcing that “All animals are equal.” However, as they become increasingly powerful and start perceiving enemies around them, that slogan changes to the now-famous, “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” When it comes to equality before the law, events in federal courts in D.C. and Portland establish that violent leftist animals are way more equal than the conservative animals arrested for events on January 6.

Beginning after George Floyd died while in police custody (apparently sticking Fentanyl up your derriere, while ingesting multiple other drugs and having advanced heart disease, isn’t good for you), violent riots swept America. While these riots crested and then died off in most Democrat-run cities, Portland was different. In Portland, in addition to attacking ordinary people on the streets, Antifa members engaged in full-fledged warfare against federal and state government buildings and federal and state law enforcement officers (“LEOs”). The protesters tried to set buildings on fire and attacked LEOs with rocks, bottles, biological weapons (urine and feces), mortars, lasers, and flames.

Meanwhile, on January 6, actors who were probably associated with the FBI made it impossible for people drifting over from the peaceful Trump rally (which was ongoing at the time) to know that they were entering onto areas that were made off-limits for the day or to know that they shouldn’t enter the Capitol. Most people involved peacefully walked through the Capitol and no one at all has been charged with insurrection. The police weren’t so peaceful for they brutally beat people in the Capitol tunnels and shot Ashli Babbitt to death.

Those caught up in events on January 6 have been denied bail, kept in inhuman conditions for almost a year by a jailor who boasts about how much she hates them, and have been given extraordinarily harsh penalties for charges that essentially boil down to trespassing. Those who have appeared in court were forced to recant in Maoist-style struggle sessions.:snip:

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J6 Prisoner Says, 'I Literally Have Nothing Left But Food and My Bible'

Jacob Lang has been awaiting trial without bail in the D.C. jail for his involvement in the January 6 riot at the Capitol for almost a year, along with many others who have been charged with crimes connected to that day. With no trial date in sight, he and his fellow inmates languish in a jail they say is inhumane. The J6 prisoners’ complaints about filthy conditions and inhumane treatment resulted in a surprise inspection that found everything they were saying was true. As a result, over 400 prisoners were moved to different facilities—none of them J6 prisoners.

Lang has been in contact with PJ Media and several other media sources and was recently giving an interview on Newsmax TV when the jail cut off his phone access. Afterward, Lang reported to PJ Media that the jail took away all access to the internet and cut off phone privileges for all the detainees. They are now on lockdown and Lang says he’s not even able to call his lawyer.:snip:

 

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On 12/31/2021 at 12:44 PM, Geee said:

D.C. Jail Cuts J6 Prisoners' Communications After Newsmax Interview

 

Dec. 29, 2021

In the middle of an interview with Newsmax's 'American Agenda,' Jan 6 inmate Jake Lang's phone connection was "terminated by the facility" as he described conditions he's living in while behind bars.

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Five takeaways from polls marking Jan. 6 anniversary

By Caroline Vakil

01/02/22

Close to a year since supporters of former President Trump ransacked the Capitol and tried to stop Congress from certifying the 2020 presidential election, the United States remains divided over how to make sense of the violent events. 

A series of polls conducted in recent days show disagreement over how Americans characterize the events, what language they use in describing those who stormed the Capitol and how much responsibility to put on former President Trump for the events that unfolded that day.

The one-year anniversary will be marked on Thursday, an event that has continued to drive of a partisan wedge between Republicans and Democrats, but has also divided members of the Republican party.

However, a majority of Americans appear to agree about a few things, according to the recent polls, such as condemning those who participated in the riot and placing at least some of the responsibility with Trump for the violence on that day. 

Below is a roundup of takeaways from the polls gauging American attitudes toward the Jan. 6 insurrection:

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National DOJ: More than 725 arrests in nearly all 50 states and DC resulting from Jan. 6

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Based on the public court documents, below is a snapshot of the investigation as of Thursday, Dec. 30, 2021. Complete versions of most of the public court documents used to compile these statistics are available on the Capitol Breach Investigation Resource Page at https://www.justice.gov/usao-dc/capitol-breach-cases.

Arrests made: More than 725 defendants have been arrested in nearly all 50 states and the District of Columbia. (This includes those charged in both District and Superior Court).

Criminal charges:

  • More than 225 defendants have been charged with assaulting, resisting, or impeding officers or employees, including over 75 individuals who have been charged with using a deadly or dangerous weapon or causing serious bodily injury to an officer.
    • Approximately 140 police officers were assaulted Jan. 6 at the Capitol including about 80 U.S. Capitol Police and about 60 from the Metropolitan Police Department.
  • Approximately 10 individuals have been arrested on a series of charges that relate to assaulting a member of the media, or destroying their equipment, on Jan. 6.
  • Approximately 640 defendants have been charged with entering or remaining in a restricted federal building or grounds.
    • Over 75 defendants have been charged with entering a restricted area with a dangerous or deadly weapon.
    • More than 45 defendants have been charged with destruction of government property, and over 30 defendants have been charged with theft of government property.
  • At least 275 defendants have been charged with corruptly obstructing, influencing, or impeding an official proceeding, or attempting to do so.
  • Approximately 40 defendants have been charged with conspiracy, either: (a) conspiracy to obstruct a congressional proceeding, (b) conspiracy to obstruct law enforcement during a civil disorder, (c) conspiracy to injure an officer, or (d) some combination of the three.:snip:
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1 hour ago, Geee said:

National DOJ: More than 725 arrests in nearly all 50 states and DC resulting from Jan. 6

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Based on the public court documents, below is a snapshot of the investigation as of Thursday, Dec. 30, 2021. Complete versions of most of the public court documents used to compile these statistics are available on the Capitol Breach Investigation Resource Page at https://www.justice.gov/usao-dc/capitol-breach-cases.

 

Shades of The Reichstag Fire.

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Jan. 6 committee to request Sean Hannity's cooperation

The Jan. 6 select committee is preparing to ask Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity for his voluntary cooperation with its investigation of the assault on the U.S. Capitol, a source with direct knowledge of the plan tells Axios.

Why it matters: Hannity is one of the most prominent media figures in America and was a close adviser to Donald Trump throughout his presidency. The committee revealed last month that Hannity texted then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows during the riot to urge him to get Trump to stop his supporters.

  • Tim Mulvey, a spokesperson for the Jan. 6 committee, declined to comment when asked about the pending Hannity request.
  • Jay Sekulow, counsel to Sean Hannity, told Axios, “If true, any such request would raise serious constitutional issues including First Amendment concerns regarding freedom of the press.”:snip:
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52 minutes ago, Geee said:

Jan. 6 committee to request Sean Hannity's cooperation

The Jan. 6 select committee is preparing to ask Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity for his voluntary cooperation with its investigation of the assault on the U.S. Capitol, a source with direct knowledge of the plan tells Axios.

Why it matters: Hannity is one of the most prominent media figures in America and was a close adviser to Donald Trump throughout his presidency. The committee revealed last month that Hannity texted then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows during the riot to urge him to get Trump to stop his supporters.

  • Tim Mulvey, a spokesperson for the Jan. 6 committee, declined to comment when asked about the pending Hannity request.
  • Jay Sekulow, counsel to Sean Hannity, told Axios, “If true, any such request would raise serious constitutional issues including First Amendment concerns regarding freedom of the press.”:snip:
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But Hannity has never criticized Trump for his role in ginning up the crowd in D.C. that day.

 

Could it be that Donald Trump Did NOT "Gin Up The Crowd"?

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One year later, no one charged with sedition in Capitol riot, despite initial DOJ hype

One year after the Capitol riot, no one has been charged with sedition or insurrection, despite initial Justice Department claims that such charges were likely and former President Donald Trump being impeached for allegedly inciting an insurrection.

Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a Wednesday speech ahead of the riot’s anniversary that more than 725 defendants have been arrested. However, none of the charges have been for sedition or insurrection.:snip:

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Federal authorities won't say why armed Capitol rioters disappeared from FBI's most wanted list

Federal authorities won't explain why three men who participated in the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021, have mysteriously disappeared from the FBI's Capitol Violence Most Wanted list.

One unidentified man wore an earpiece during the riot and was filmed carrying what appeared to be a concealed handgun on his left hip. The man was pictured on the FBI's most wanted list for over five months until he was removed without explanation on the same day the New York Times reported an FBI informant was at the Capitol on Jan. 6.:snip:

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One year later, no one charged with sedition in Capitol riot, despite initial DOJ hype

One year after the Capitol riot, no one has been charged with sedition or insurrection, despite initial Justice Department claims that such charges were likely and former President Donald Trump being impeached for allegedly inciting an insurrection.

Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a Wednesday speech ahead of the riot’s anniversary that more than 725 defendants have been arrested. However, none of the charges have been for sedition or insurrection.:snip:

 

Am I the only one who finds this a bit strange? I mean given this was a huge violent insurrection/coup attempt, you'd think at least One person would be.

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57 minutes ago, Valin said:

 

Am I the only one who finds this a bit strange? I mean given this was a huge violent insurrection/coup attempt, you'd think at least One person would be.

Think there ultimate goal was the big guy or someone tied to him. 

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1 hour ago, Valin said:

 

Am I the only one who finds this a bit strange? I mean given this was a huge violent insurrection/coup attempt, you'd think at least One person would be.

 

29 minutes ago, Geee said:

Think there ultimate goal was the big guy or someone tied to him. 

 

You said it, I didn't.  Although the thought MAY have crossed my mind.

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12 Questions the Justice Department and FBI Need to Answer About January 6

Republican rank-and-file are fed up with feckless GOP leadership, and are starting to see the Capitol protest as an inside job rather than a spontaneous uprising.

here is a good chance Republicans can take control of both houses of Congress in the 2022 midterm elections. There is an even better chance they will wimp out and betray their supporters . . . again. This open letter is addressed to one especially disappointing group. 

—The Editors

Dear Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans:

 

Happy New Year! Hope you are ready and rested for the big political fights ahead in 2022. Republicans across the country are counting on you to stand tough against the Biden regime and your Democratic counterparts in advance of a potentially power-shifting election this November.

Just kidding.

Alas, informed Republicans know that even with all the uncertainties in the world, we can be certain that the Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee will always disappoint us. Even when you controlled this important committee for four years under a Republican president, you failed to fulfill one empty promise after another.

Remember all the promises to “get to the bottom” of Russiagate, the biggest political scandal and abuse of government power in history? (Well, until January 6.) 

 

Remember how you let Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Democratic activists hijack the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, which led to a humiliating and divisive showdown between the Supreme Court nominee and his half-baked accuser? 

Oh, and remember that lengthy investigative report you issued a few months later that accused people of lying to Congress and referred them to the Justice Department (which you purportedly oversee) on criminal charges but nothing ever happened?

Good times.

During the first year of the Biden Administration, you made nary a peep as Biden filled his cabinet with Obama loyalists and left-wing radicals. My favorite moment was when every member of the committee voted to advance the nomination of Lisa Monaco—Barack Obama’s hyperpartisan homeland security advisor, Russiagate architect, and former chief of staff to FBI Director Robert Mueller—to serve as deputy attorney general. She is what Andrew Weissmann was to Mueller when he was special counsel; the vengeful, Republican-hating prosecutor calling the shots behind the grandfatherly veneer of Attorney General Merrick Garland.:snip:

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You should probably question the medical examiners conclusion seeing as how A.) At first the family was told she died of a fentanyl OD, only to get a copy of the blood work and find there was no fentanyl in her system. B.) The story then changed to amphetamine OD, because she was on Adderall. But she had been on Adderall for years. Seems unlikely she would go so totally overboard on it that day of all days. And C.) The family has been refused access to her full autopsy report, having had their FOIA request denied, and now they're having to sue for it.
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Journalist Glenn Greenwald Asks Four Questions About Jan. 6 And The FBI

:snip:Leave the bizarre Ray Epps case to the side for a moment:

— How many FBI informants or agents helped plan 1/6?

— How many FBI informants or agents were present at 1/6?

— How many FBI informants or agents were implanted in the 3 key groups?

Why don't we know the answers?

— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) January 12, 2022:snip:

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