Who is really dismantling our nation?


“At least one of the rioters was allegedly found with a stun gun. Richard Barnett was photographed sitting in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office with his feet up on a desk. Barnett, who self-identifies as a “white nationalist,” was seen in that photo with what federal law enforcement later identified as a “ZAP Hike N Strike 950,000 Volt Stun Gun Walking Stick.” According to a product description, the weapon “delivers 950,000 volts of knock down power, causing loss of muscle control and disorientation that bring attackers to their knees and makes them incapable of further aggression.” (A Reuters investigation found that, as of 2017, more than 1,000 people died after police used a stun gun on them.)”

“First Amendment: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

You made my point. A takeover of the world’s most powerful nation with one stun gun that he didn’t use. LOL.


Sorry Nick! Didn’t make your “point”. Just proved one that Deniers don’t like to hear.


And yet the only fatality was an unarmed female vet. Killed by a poorly trained Capitol Security police who was/wasn’t charged? All hushed up, her life wasn’t as important as AOC’s fake fear.


Not the only one Bob, although most of you like to forget the others, deny, and deflect the other casualties of that sad day.


Not a single branch of the military backing up this overthrow, no tanks, no help from foreign enemies… just one unused stun gun. LOL.


Couldn’t do a search of all inside the Capitol now could they?. More than likely more if they could have. Most “arms” were had and used outside. So this “In the Capitol” arms things is laughable… :rofl:

Here is a statement from NPR - “But a review of the federal charges against the alleged rioters shows that they did come armed, and with a variety of weapons: stun guns, pepper spray, baseball bats and flagpoles wielded as clubs.”

Sounds like the peasants were rising up.

Now, it could have looked a lot like Michigan State Capital Building. That is what armed protestors look like :smile:


Showing up peaceful and “Showing” is one thing, showing up and beating the hell out lot folks is another, :shushing_face:

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Agreed one thousand percent. If you hurt someone or damage property you should be prosecuted. Then take that same law to the all other riots, burnings, property damage and apply equally. Which is part of the source of frustration, whereas there is intense prosecution for Jan. 6th but the same outrage is never applied across the spectrum. We both know hypocrisy is the death of justice.


I understand the point you, along with many others, are trying to make. I personally don’t condone any type of protest that involves any type of violence, physical to bodily harm, destruction of property…etc.

The problem with trying to associate the BLM protest with the Jan, 6th “protest” is that it’s on two different levels of prosecution for the crimes committed on the most part.

The majority of the crimes and destruction during the BLM protested were on private, state or local government properties. It’s totally up to the local or state agencies to identify and prosecute those involved. Very hard to do with limited resources.

Jan. 6th was on and against the Federal Government. Plenty of footage, cameras and enough evidence to convict those involved.

Sure I wish those that destroyed stuff in the BLM protest were caught and convicted, some were, but not enough that the local jurisdictions could do.

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Interesting point, but with enough outrage (vs paying for their release or dropping charges) most of these crimes broke federal laws. It was lack of will to prosecute. If the states with federal support wanted to pursue, they could have with the same tenacity.

What “federal laws”? Just for my own understanding…

attempted murder, assaulting a law enforcement officer, arson, burglary of a federally-licensed firearms dealer, damaging federal property, malicious destruction of property using fire or explosives, felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, unlawful possession of a destructive device, inciting a riot, felony civil disorder…etc.

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We can probably all agree on the latter, ending the lobby influence in Washington.

Three things have to happen, IMO; term limits, repeal 17th Amendment, and restoring the supermajority, But they’re not going to do it themselves, that’s why we need a convention of States.

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I agree…maybe…please explain “super majority”

Want to point those out in official proceedings?


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Nice! Good work!

Criminal proceedings in the January 6 United States Capitol attack - Wikipedia.

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