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originally posted by: MiddleInsite
NO, we don't all know that this wasn't any sort of insurrection.
I know what I saw. Own it.
a reply to: RazorV66
The closest my partner and I got was to the near end of the reflecting pool and the Greek statue. There we stayed for the next hour or so. While there, I turned to look back up the street to see a group of people dressed in black wearing all sorts of para- conflict protective gear and hard helmets with the leader of around 6 cursing into a loud speaker doing his best to stir up the crowd. He and his five buddies clum, climbed, scaled, the Greek statue and continued on to try to stir the crowd. They finally gave up and just sat there on that statue until we finally left. ANTIFA sabotaged that rally with military precision.
An angry mob attacked our Capitol, our lawmakers, and our election.
They killed a policeman.
And Republican leaders would rather we all not know more about what happened.
originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
Some may have answered this question for themselves , or had it answered for them by pushers of conservative propaganda. However this ''interpretation is far from being an established ''truth''.
Indeed, Sullivan had been associated with Antifa. However he had moved on from that group. Those of that group had disavowed his activity with them before he decided to visit the rally. He was a schmo looking for his own notoriety.
He had orchestrated a number of other ''rallies'' looking to be the center or focal point of those rallies.
His attendance on Jan 6 was an attempt to garner fame for himself as a ''journalist'' who caught much of the riots on film. And yes he helped urge on some of the rioters. So that he could film them. He was a lone actor in his actions.
Now true or false, this demonstrates just how there are still questions about Jan. 6th. Some will believe one thing and others will believe another. Proof is not completely substantiated in either direction.
The weakly answered questions about Sullivan is one example of how the questions about Jan 6 remain unanswered.
I have a question. Why did that sh!tshow happen?
originally posted by: queenofswords
a reply to: Gnawledge
"Storm the Capitol"? lolololol. They walked to the capitol building to express their grievances.
99.99% of them were peaceful. The ones that tried to physically break through the windows were NOT representative of the protesters there. As a matter of fact, some of the protesters attempted to prevent it.
Most of the ones that breached the interior simply walked around looking and taking selfies, even staying within the roped banisters! LOL! These were NOT violent insurrectionists. If that had been their intention, they would have had more than words and banners. Use a brain cell.
If someone called for the "hanging of the Vice President", shame on them. But, harsh words do not equal hundreds of people rushing in with weapons and ropes. That did not happen. People were pi$$ed, and rightfully so. Our election had just been tampered with and stolen.
originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: Gnawledge
Proven fake pics ?
I know that fake screwball fire extinguisher story was all bulls#t 😃
Let's investigate and prove all real things (not easy is it) 😃
Sure, see the cops getting beaten with flagpoles? Windows smashed? Feces smeared? Any of that ring a bell? I doubt it. You won't hear it in your propaganda.