⮞⮞ No Charges of 'Terrorism' or 'Insurrection' for Jan. 6 'RIOTERS' ⮜⮜

DreamRyderX

Active member
It's almost as if you think that's a good thing.

Surely you don't condone the actions of the rioters on January 6.
I firmly believe, as an American, in an American's Constitutional Rights.....Their Constitutional Right to the Freedom of Speech....their Constitutional Right to speak their mind, & express their discontent, & their Constitutional Right to present their grievances to their servants, the government, & expect resolution of the same ........... I just think they could have gone about those ends a bit differently. In short I absolutely don't condone any actions a Jury of their peers would find illegal.
 

greggerypeccary

Active member
I firmly believe, as an American, in an American's Constitutional Rights.....Their Constitutional Right to the Freedom of Speech....their Constitutional Right to speak their mind, & express their discontent, & their Constitutional Right to present their grievances to their servants, the government, & expect resolution of the same ........... I just think they could have gone about those ends a bit differently. In short I absolutely don't condone any actions a Jury of their peers would find illegal.
They broke and entered, stole, destroyed property, called for the VP to be executed, and killed a police officer.

That's not freedom of speech, you fucking idiot.
 

Jim Lahey

Member
Tut Tut Tut panther, Caught out supporting criminal elements again, what is it with Trump supporters and criminal activities?
 

DreamRyderX

Active member
They broke and entered, stole, destroyed property, called for the VP to be executed, and killed a police officer.

That's not freedom of speech, you fucking idiot.
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Capitol Police Officer Died Of Natural Causes, Medical Examiner Rules


Source: NPR
U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who engaged with pro-Trump rioters during the Jan. 6 insurrection, died of natural causes the day after the attack, Washington, D.C.'s chief medical examiner announced......

Sicknick died after suffering strokes, the Office of Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Francisco Diaz, said in a report. In an interview, Diaz told The Washington Post, which first reported on the determination, that Sicknick suffered two strokes.

Sicknick, 42, was sprayed with a chemical substance outside the Capitol at around 2:20 p.m. ET on Jan. 6, the report said.

He did not suffer an allergic reaction to the chemical irritants dispensed by rioters, Diaz told the Post, nor was there evidence of internal or external injuries.

At approximately 10 p.m., Sicknick collapsed at the Capitol and was transported to a local hospital. He died nearly 24 hours later.



In a statement, the U.S. Capitol Police said it accepts the medical examiner's finding.......continued

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Oh GweggyLahey, promoting another democ-RAT Leftist Lie.....when will you ever learn?

Not to worry, JimPecca will still love ya! ..
 
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greggerypeccary

Active member
Tut Tut Tut panther, Caught out supporting criminal elements again, what is it with Trump supporters and criminal activities?
Trump supporters love to defend child rapists, murderers, thieves, white collar criminals, etc.

Is it because Trump is all those things?

I'm curious.
 

Jim Lahey

Member
Possibly, he is very keen on defending criminal action by Trump supporters as well....Why is that?

Were you there Panther?
 

DreamRyderX

Active member
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No matter how you two (1) Sock-Puppet squeal like little girls & lie, FACTS never change......& you can't ever change that!

FACT:

Capitol Police Officer Died Of Natural Causes, Medical Examiner Rules


Source: NPR

U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who engaged with pro-Trump rioters during the Jan. 6 insurrection, died of natural causes the day after the attack, Washington, D.C.'s chief medical examiner announced......

Sicknick died after suffering strokes, the Office of Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Francisco Diaz, said in a report. In an interview, Diaz told The Washington Post, which first reported on the determination, that Sicknick suffered two strokes.

Sicknick, 42, was sprayed with a chemical substance outside the Capitol at around 2:20 p.m. ET on Jan. 6, the report said.

He did not suffer an allergic reaction to the chemical irritants dispensed by rioters, Diaz told the Post, nor was there evidence of internal or external injuries.

At approximately 10 p.m., Sicknick collapsed at the Capitol and was transported to a local hospital. He died nearly 24 hours later.

In a statement, the U.S. Capitol Police said it accepts the medical examiner's finding.......

Source: NPR
 
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greggerypeccary

Active member
Republican, Ted Cruz:

"The attack at the Capitol was a despicable act of terrorism and a shocking assault on our democratic system," Cruz said in a statement released by his office a year ago Friday.

"The Jan. 6 terrorist attack on the Capitol was a dark moment in our nation's history, and I fully support the ongoing law enforcement investigations into anyone involved," he said on May 28.
 

DreamRyderX

Active member
Republican, Ted Cruz:

"The attack at the Capitol was a despicable act of terrorism and a shocking assault on our democratic system," Cruz said in a statement released by his office a year ago Friday.

"The Jan. 6 terrorist attack on the Capitol was a dark moment in our nation's history, and I fully support the ongoing law enforcement investigations into anyone involved," he said on May 28.
Ted Cruz, if he said that, did not speak for anyone but himself....


Next Lie JimPecca?
 
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SethBullock

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Staff member
January 6th was shocking only because of where it happened. And it’s shocking that a rabble of idiots thought that they were doing something that was right. And it is also shocking that a U.S. President rallied them right before they did what they did.

The legal definition of terrorism may fit technically for some individuals involved in this event. But the countless examples of what we usually term as “terrorism” that we have all seen in the past are characterized by the mass murder of civilians using guns, bombs, and on 9/11, airplanes.

Sorry ... There are a lot of labels I could attach to January 6th, but not “terrorism”.
 

greggerypeccary

Active member
January 6th was shocking only because of where it happened. And it’s shocking that a rabble of idiots thought that they were doing something that was right. And it is also shocking that a U.S. President rallied them right before they did what they did.

The legal definition of terrorism may fit technically for some individuals involved in this event. But the countless examples of what we usually term as “terrorism” that we have all seen in the past are characterized by the mass murder of civilians using guns, bombs, and on 9/11, airplanes.

Sorry ... There are a lot of labels I could attach to January 6th, but not “terrorism”.
We know, but your personal opinion doesn't count - it was terrorism.
 

greggerypeccary

Active member
As recently as December, in an interview with The Associated Press, Cruz said that on Jan. 6, 2021, "we saw a terrorist attack on the Capitol."
 
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