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    Michael Flynn says USA have a Myanmar uprising
    DMC: "Hurr durr but he believes in God too!"

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    Mother er Biden & you didn't get your 1-6 Commission.

    No!

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    DMC: "Hurr durr but he believes in God too!"
    You got your Antifa & your BLM. You've nary room, son.

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    Mother er Biden & you didn't get your 1-6 Commission.

    No!
    Why would Republicans vote against investigating an attack on the Capitol building?

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    Why would Republicans vote against investigating an attack on the Capitol building?
    Because we never investigated fake VP Harris inciting to riot BLM & Antifa, that's why, RG.

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    DMC: "Hurr durr but he believes in God too!"
    Damn shame what republicans allowed trump and his q-spiracy boys do to the party

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    Why would Republicans vote against investigating an attack on the Capitol building?
    Because we never investigated fake VP Harris inciting to riot BLM & Antifa, that's why, RG.
    They aren't mutually exclusive. We can do both, and you didn't really answer my question. No republican stated this as a reason for voting against it.

    Why would Republicans not want to investigate an outright attack on the democratic election process?

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    Props. Sums it up pretty succinctly.

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    They aren't mutually exclusive. We can do both, and you didn't really answer my question. No republican stated this as a reason for voting against it.

    Why would Republicans not want to investigate an outright attack on the democratic election process?
    Don't be purposely obtuse, RG. Nothing good can come out of such a proceeding for the Republicans. Absolutely nothing. Months of posturing, grandstanding, warrants, subpoenas, on and on. Ain't nobody stopping you guys from having your own investigation, but we'd be nutty-nuts to hop in that bed with ya's.

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    A Senate report out this morning finds that the Capitol Police intelligence division was gathering data online about plots to breach the Capitol including maps of tunnels in December, but the threat wasn't relayed.


    • The joint report released Tuesday morning by the Democratic chairmen and ranking Republican members of the Senate Homeland Security and Rules committees did not attempt to examine the origins and motivations of the people who participated in the attack.
    • It also did not analyze former President Trump's potential role. Many members of the mob were dedicated supporters of his who came to D.C. for the "Save America" rally immediately preceding the assault.
    • Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) told Axios this decision was made, in part, because the Justice Department was still identifying who was involved through its own investigation. Blunt said senators involved also felt they "could quickly assemble the information about the failure to defend the Capitol."



    • Capitol Police leadership, rank-and-file officers and federal law enforcement were left in the dark and thus unprepared for the worst attack on the Capitol since the War of 1812, Axios' Alayna Treene and Orion Rummler write from the 127-page report.


    Capitol Police "began gathering information about events planned for January 6 in mid-December 2020," the report says.


    • "Through open source collection, tips from the public, and other sources, [the intelligence division] knew about social media posts calling for violence at the Capitol on January 6, including a plot to breach the Capitol, the online sharing of maps of the Capitol Complex's tunnel systems, and other specific threats of violence."
    • Then there were intelligence, operational and security failures, the senators found: The information wasn't shared, up or down the line.


    The report by the Democratic chairs and ranking Republicans on the Senate Homeland Security and Rules committees found:


    • Capitol Police had no operational or staffing plan for the Jan. 6 joint session to count and certify the 2020 Electoral College votes.
    • Capitol Police officers didn't have adequate equipment or training.
    • The intelligence wasn't relayed to the FBI and departments of Homeland Security, Justice or Defense.
    • The Pentagon wanted to avoid looking over-militarized after its response to Black Lives Matter protests.
    • BARR's DOJ was the lead federal agency for security and response on Jan. 6, but never created a security plan and didn't coordinate a response, former Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told the committees.


    https://www.axios.com/january-6-capi...e51ed9328.html

    So Trash's Secretary of War, Trash's Barr, USCP head installed under Trash, ALL were in Trash's conspiracy lead by Barr to overthrow Congress 1/6.



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    A Senate report out this morning finds that the Capitol Police intelligence division was gathering data online about plots to breach the Capitol — including maps of tunnels — in December, but the threat wasn't relayed.


    • The joint report — released Tuesday morning by the Democratic chairmen and ranking Republican members of the Senate Homeland Security and Rules committees — did not attempt to examine the origins and motivations of the people who participated in the attack.
    • It also did not analyze former President Trump's potential role. Many members of the mob were dedicated supporters of his who came to D.C. for the "Save America" rally immediately preceding the assault.
    • Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) told Axios this decision was made, in part, because the Justice Department was still identifying who was involved through its own investigation. Blunt said senators involved also felt they "could quickly assemble the information about the failure to defend the Capitol."



    • Capitol Police leadership, rank-and-file officers and federal law enforcement were left in the dark — and thus unprepared for the worst attack on the Capitol since the War of 1812, Axios' Alayna Treene and Orion Rummler write from the 127-page report.


    Capitol Police "began gathering information about events planned for January 6 in mid-December 2020," the report says.


    • "Through open source collection, tips from the public, and other sources, [the intelligence division] knew about social media posts calling for violence at the Capitol on January 6, including a plot to breach the Capitol, the online sharing of maps of the Capitol Complex's tunnel systems, and other specific threats of violence."
    • Then there were intelligence, operational and security failures, the senators found: The information wasn't shared, up or down the line.


    The report — by the Democratic chairs and ranking Republicans on the Senate Homeland Security and Rules committees — found:


    • Capitol Police had no operational or staffing plan for the Jan. 6 joint session to count and certify the 2020 Electoral College votes.
    • Capitol Police officers didn't have adequate equipment or training.
    • The intelligence wasn't relayed to the FBI and departments of Homeland Security, Justice or Defense.
    • The Pentagon wanted to avoid looking over-militarized after its response to Black Lives Matter protests.
    • BARR's DOJ was the lead federal agency for security and response on Jan. 6, but never created a security plan and didn't coordinate a response, former Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told the committees.


    https://www.axios.com/january-6-capi...e51ed9328.html

    So Trash's Secretary of War, Trash's Barr, USCP head installed under Trash, ALL were in Trash's conspiracy lead by Barr to overthrow Congress 1/6.


    That cop in there shot that unarmed woman to death, bouts,,,then afterward he was feted for it.

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    So many Capitol rioters are in the DC jail that authorities are struggling to manage the facility

    https://www.rawstory.com/insurrectionist-jail/

    there's plenty of room at Guantanamo

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    So many Capitol rioters are in the DC jail that authorities are struggling to manage the facility

    https://www.rawstory.com/insurrectionist-jail/

    there's plenty of room at Guantanamo

    Lol, this one day vs summer of love.

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    Lol, this one day vs summer of love.
    What do you think about Trump DOJ subpoenaed apple for data from accounts of Adam as gift?

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    What do you think about Trump DOJ subpoenaed apple for data from accounts of Adam as gift?
    Huh?

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    What?

    Some members of the red team understand a Banana Republic.

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    Lol, this one day vs summer of love.
    BLM never attacked the US Capitol/government.

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    Right-wingers shutting down state governments with violence and threats of violence was a minor theme last year; peaceful incursions of heavily armed right wingers into state capitols also happened consensually, IIRC.

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    Michigan?

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    Lot of people in jail for trespassing.

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    Lot of people in jail for trespassing.
    That's an interesting perspective. As a strictly legal matter, it's a serious crime to disrupt the government. What was so goddam important?

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