Those willing to subvert the Constitution and overturn an election are
Republicans In Name Only
‘Strong evidence’ shows Capitol rioters wanted to ‘capture and assassinate’
The FBI’s investigation into [Jacob] Chansley [the guy pictured above], reveal[s] that he left a note for Mike Pence warning that ‘it’s only a matter of time, justice is coming.’ ‘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 in the United States government,’ prosecutors wrote….
‘When questioned as to the meaning of that statement, Chansley went on a lengthy diatribe describing current and past United States political leaders as infiltrators, specifically naming Vice President Mike Pence, former President Barack Obama, former Senator Hillary Clinton and U.S. President-elect Joe Biden as infiltrators involved in various types of wrongdoing,’ prosecutors wrote. ‘
At the 10-year anniversary of the mob takeover of WI State Capitol
From Scott Walker’s book Unintimidated:
“The police retreated in the face of the horde, giving up the first floor, then the second. The protesters ran amok, chanting ‘This is our house!’ and ‘This is what democracy looks like!’ And they then began searching for the Republican senators who had dared to defy the will of the unions. As the crowd scoured the building looking for the offending legislators, police sneaked them out through an underground tunnel to a government building across the street. But a Democratic representative posted on social media that the Republican senators were escaping through the tunnels, so when the senators came up into the lobby, the mob was there waiting for them.” (H/T Joe Handrick)
Trump let Mike Pence twist in the wind
“When people are in the Capitol, ransacking the Capitol and bring to get to the Senate chamber and the House chamber, and Vice President Mike Pence is in the Capitol and the President is tweeting [from the White House] the vice president lacks courage [because he would not overturn the vote — a power he does not have under the Constitution], I just cannot abide that.” — U.S. Rep. Tom Rice, R-S.C.
Joint Chiefs condemn “sedition and insurrection” at US Capitol
“Biden will be commander in chief.” — More here.
McConnell believes impeachment push will help rid Trump from the GOP
This is the same Mitch McConnell who saved Trump from impeachment the first time. — More here.
Republican House leader tells Election deniers to quit blaming Antifa.
Tag Archives: Jennifer Cheatham
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