Biden team charges 1,000 more with January 6 crimes to perpetuate false political emergency

The Biden administration plans to indict another thousand Trump supporters for crimes related to the Jan. 6 showdown on Capitol Hill.

It will perpetuate an atmosphere of political urgency that justifies President Joe Biden’s war on domestic extremism.

But a change in federal judges has turned the Jan. 6 trials into a kangaroo court and mocks sending nonviolent Trump supporters to jail for threatening American democracy.

More than a thousand people have already been charged with the January 6 offences.

That equates to nearly half the total number of protesters who entered the Capitol that day.

A corrupt numbers game is at the heart of Biden’s propaganda and prosecution campaign.

The more people indicted for Jan. 6, the easier it becomes for Biden’s re-election campaign to cast the president as the savior against right-wing tyranny.

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More than 1,000 people have already been charged with the January 6 offences.
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Jan. 6 is also Biden’s primary proof that America is gravely threatened by white supremacy.

The Biden White House has already exploited Capitol shock to sanctify federal censorship.

Biden’s White House digital director Robert Flaherty invoked Jan. 6 to bully Facebook into increasing its suppression of genuine critics of COVID policies and vaccines.

Most January 6 protesters who violently attacked police or wantonly destroyed public property have already been rightly charged by the federal government.

But Biden’s prosecutors are ruining people’s lives for ‘marching without a permit’ close the Capitol that day.

With another thousand cases pending, will they vilify anyone with seditious thoughts within a mile of the Capitol?

Pro-Trump groups had official permission to demonstrate on January 6 near the Capitol.

Video from that day shows police and possibly undercover agents or informants dismantling barriers that prevented protesters from entering prohibited areas.

The full role of the undercover federal agents or agents on January 6 remains secret.

Be that as it may, collective guilt quickly attached itself to all the protesters.

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January 6 protesters who violently attacked police or destroyed public property have already been charged.

Acting Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman told Congress that Jan. 6 involved “a terrorist attack by tens of thousands of insurgents.”

Pittman’s statement seemed deranged in 2021, but has since devolved into conventional Team Biden wisdom.

The FBI classifies all of the Jan. 6 defendants as ‘domestic terrorists’ – even though only a small percentage of Trump protesters engaged in violence that day, and most were only convicted. for misdemeanors.

FBI whistleblowers reveal that FBI bosses “pressured agents to transfer cases to the [domestic violence and extremism] category to achieve self-created performance metrics,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) recounted.

FBI Special Agent Garret O’Boyle said “the FBI had him split a domestic terrorism case into ‘four different cases,'” Fox News reported, “to show Congress an influx of cases of domestic terrorism”.

If the Jan. 6 court cases were heard by juries made up of peers of the defendants, federal prosecutors would likely strike out from afar.

Instead, all cases are heard in Washington with juries full of government employees who believe everything they hear on NPR.

At least one judge is blocking the Jan. 6 defendants from accessing Capitol security footage that Tucker Carlson already released recently.

A judge has already ruled to block the Jan. 6 defendants’ access to Capitol security footage recently aired on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

As of Friday, the new DC Federal Circuit Chief Judge overseeing all of the January 6 prosecutions is James Boasberg.

Boasberg was the guardian angel of a corrupt FBI official whose actions helped open the floodgates to political chaos and widespread mistrust.

Former FBI Assistant General Counsel Kevin Clinesmith confessed in 2020 to tampering with key evidence to obtain a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant to spy on Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

This investigation sparked a torrent of leaks of classified information by the FBI (including Chief James Comey) and the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

His investigation upended national politics for two years before Mueller admitted there was no evidence to prosecute Trump or his campaign officials for collusion with Russia during the 2016 campaign.

Federal prosecutors wanted the disgraced FBI attorney sent to prison because the “harm resulting from his crime is immeasurable.”

But Boasberg gushed with sympathy for the confessed criminal: “Mr Clinesmith lost his public service job – which gave his life much of its meaning. Boasberg gave Clinesmith a slap on the wrist – 400 hours of community service and 12 months probation.

The Justice Department’s inspector general documented numerous abuses of power and deception by FBI officials in the Trump investigation, but not a single FBI official spent a day behind bars.

Does Boasberg think federal agents have the right to overthrow our democracy?

Videos released by Tucker Carlson show legions of protesters peacefully marching through the Capitol on January 6.

How can federal prosecutors hunt down citizens who have committed no violence after the chief federal judge all but absolves the FBI official whose crime helped open a political Pandora’s box?

We still don’t know everything that happened inside the Capitol on January 6, and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is promising to “slowly roll out” the 40,000 hours of surveillance footage to every agency. press.

But Team Biden’s plan to sacrifice another thousand Americans on the altar on Jan. 6 is a travesty of justice and due process.

James Bovard is the author of 10 books and a member of the USA Today Board of Contributors.

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