U.S. Intelligence Report

I wonder if The Atlantic did a similar piece about the demographics of the groups that were burning down cities and setting up their own autonomous zones this last summer?

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Probably. The internet knows everything if you know how to look and evaluate sources. Search: atlantic antifa riot for starters.

I was responding to the issue of sedition at the nations capital on Jan. 6.
I wasn’t aware any cities were burned down earlier. Citation of cities burned down please? The NY Times did produce a study of the Portland Oregon protestors.

Portland is still standing so might not meet the demographic criteria you seek.

Nope. Certainly not the dead.

The gun that shot the woman dead was fired by a security officer, presumably armed in the course of his job - so not a weapon brought by protesters.

The other ‘dead’, as far as I know, don’t have their deaths directly connected to any ‘weapon’ brought by a protestor.

The rest of the world is not restricted by your very limited knowledge. Weapons were brandished and used resulting in death. End of discussion. Eat your borscht in silence.

I call bullshit.

Citations please of the DIRECT link between weapons brought by protesters and deaths caused by them.

Show me your superior knowledge.

Find it yourself troll. “Direct link” is not a U.S. legal standard. Russian maybe? Nor are weapons limited to those brought beforehand. In the meantime, choke on this.

I’d prefer you to find it, because it doesn’t exist and you need to come to that conclusion yourself.

If there’s no direct link, the weapons didn’t cause the deaths. Doesn’t need any “U.S legal standard.” It’s common sense. The fact that no protester has yet been convicted of murder, or even charged with murder indicates pretty clearly that the deaths weren’t related to weapons.

I might add that there’s no official cause of Sicknick’s death (some days dater) so saying people were charged for assaulting him is irrelevant if the assaults didn’t cause the death … and if they did, why not charge them with murder? Choke on that one.

Yes, people died. I’m asking for the link between your mythical weapons and the deaths. Still none that I see.

BTW. Your petty nastiness is childish.

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That’s all that matters. Any problem you have with it is known as a distinction without a difference.

BTW. I’m happy to disappoint. What’s petty are your trifling trollers. You have the right to remain silent. I suggest you exercise it.

Lots of people die every day. It seems you don’t care what causes their deaths and simply attribute all deaths related to that protest as the fault of the protesters. The Air Force veteran must have shot herself with the distant security officer’s gun. Easy. Case closed. Like your mind.

You could always fall back on blaming Covid, fairy dust, miasma or unicorns. Just as plausible, but eeeeeeevil rioters is just too easy.

I have no obligation to remain silent. Apparently, you muddle up freedom of speech with an accused’s rights. Basic stuff, but understandably difficult for you.

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Cheers,

Earl

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She was not a victim. She made herself a criminal earlier that day, was in the act of damaging government property, and attempting to break into a barricaded area where Congressional members were hiding. Verbal warning or not, she had a Law Enforcement officer pointing a gun at her, warning enough for most people. People get killed by LE for lesser crimes almost everyday of the week. I’d rather nobody got killed, but not losing sleep over it.

Last few post have been off-topic, time to close the thread.