Jan 6th Insurrectionists Deserve Death, According To Liberals

I know I just posted about this but here it is again. The Associated Press is incensed that treason or sedition isn’t being charged for everyone who dared to be there on the 6th. Like I mentioned before these pukes continue to gaslight the people by harping on one event by Trump supporters. An event that was peaceful, totally infiltrated with at least informants and more than likely a few undercover agents. This is all they care about and they want the trespassers to be charged with treason. Hanging from the neck till dead, is what they feel the appropriate punishment is.

“CHICAGO (AP) — Plotted to block the certification of Joe Biden’s election victory: Check. Discussed bringing weapons into Washington to aid in the plan: Check. Succeeded with co-insurrectionists, if only temporarily, in stopping Congress from carrying out a vital constitutional duty: Check.”

They’re ya go. The AP has already indicted these people and are calling for blood. The fact that the scumbags who burnt down NYC are being let out with charges dropped is totally appropriate, if not expected. Taking over a district of Seattle isn’t an insurrection, silly. It’s peaceful protests.

“Accusations against Jan. 6 rioter Thomas Caldwell certainly seem to fit the charge of sedition as it’s generally understood — inciting revolt against the government. And the possibility of charging him and others was widely discussed after thousands of pro-Trump supporters assaulted scores of police officers, defaced the U.S. Capitol and hunted for lawmakers to stop the certification. Some called their actions treasonous.”

Hunting lawmakers? These people are deranged and if you actually believe this garbage you are a mental midget. If the goal was to hunt lawmakers they probably wouldn’t do it in the capital. My guess is a scoped rifle from very far out is the biggest threat they face.

“But to date, neither Caldwell nor any of the other more than 500 defendants accused in the attack has been indicted for sedition or for the gravest of crimes a citizen can face, treason. And as an increasing number of lesser charges are filed and defendants plead guilty, those accusations may never be formally levied.”

They’re so disappointed that the law isn’t going to transform into their personal retribution task force and kill their political opponents. Stomping your feet and yelling treason doesn’t make Jan 6th an insurrection, anymore than clapping your trap will burn off belly fat. The founding of America was an act of treason and the founders didn’t make treason a simple matter to be used often.

“In the history of the U.S., the government has convicted fewer than 10 people for treason, according to the FBI.”

Wow. This is a very exclusive group and is so for a reason. The definition of treason is plain and leaves little for interpretation.

“Section 3.

3.1 Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.”

Quote from the US Constitution. Levying war? Are you people out of your minds? No. You are hateful, dishonest, dishonorable, Bolsheviks determined to loose the state upon your political enemies. Blood is your only motivation.

“Among the last successful convictions for seditious conspiracy stemmed from another, now largely forgotten storming of the Capitol in 1954 when four Puerto Rican nationalists opened fire on the House floor, wounding five representatives.”

This wasn’t even treason, just sedition. I assume attempted murder and a host of other charges as well. But look at the double standard. Any mention of this dude from anyone? You’d think an honest reporting on the issue might make a comparison between the last time and this time the capital had unwanted occupants. But hey, they were Puerto Rican and probably heroes.

“The last time U.S. prosecutors brought such a case was in 2010 in an alleged Michigan plot by members of the Hutaree militia to incite an uprising against the government. But a judge ordered acquittals on the sedition conspiracy charges at a 2012 trial, saying prosecutors relied too much on hateful diatribes protected by the First Amendment and didn’t, as required, prove the accused ever had detailed plans for a rebellion.”

Get it, you fu**ing scumbags? This isn’t even close to sedition or within the same universe as treason. You pricks are seriously playing around with something you don’t understand. Making this constant and non stop in our face is bringing out rage and self righteousness. Not shame or fear. I am emboldened with every pearl clutching story you pussies write. Your obvious fear and lack of control over your own emotions betray you. You discredit yourself and further trivialize the actions of the 6th with every pearl clutching, hyperbolic, and totally insane double standard with every lie you vomit it from your mouth.

You’ve made martyrs of these people not examples of your power. You’ve shown us just how impudent and irrelevant you are and continue to be with each new post. Since ratings aren’t a concern at all, as far as I can tell you care about propaganda that’s important enough for the big 6 to take a loss on news in order to sell bullshit. The defense contractors that make up your parent corporations care not for truth or ratings. Only the name recognition is valuable and it’s dropping like a hot rock.

Some legal scholars say that sedition charges could be justified but that prosecutors may be reluctant to bring them because of their legal complexity and the difficulty historically in securing convictions. Overzealousness in applying them going back centuries has also discredited their use. And defense attorneys say discussions of such charges only add to the hyperbole around the events of that day.

Overall, the bar for proving sedition isn’t as high as it is for the related charge of treason. Still, sedition charges have been rare.

“In a landmark ruling in 1807, Chief Justice John Marshall wrote that treason required a citizen actually go to war against the United States, not to just brainstorm or draw up plans for it. Even recruiting and training rebels for war, he argued, isn’t treason if war is never engaged.”

If you think the few hundred barely armed sight seers were there to “levy war”, you need mental help quick. Here’s the last time sedition was successfully prosecuted. If you think what follows and the 6th are comparable at all, go fu** yourself.

This is what “hunting” representatives looks like you fu**ing liars.

“Among the last successful convictions for seditious conspiracy stemmed from another, now largely forgotten storming of the Capitol in 1954 when four Puerto Rican nationalists opened fire on the House floor, wounding five representatives.”

Representatives were shot. Not an unarmed member of the national guard.

“The Justice Department is continuing its work to prosecute a record number of cases. But they have so far opted for comparatively run-of-the-mill charges, like entering a restricted area and obstructing an official proceeding. Caldwell faces those charges, as well as conspiracy, which, like sedition, carries a maximum 20-year prison term. Treason carries a possible death sentence.

He has been charged alongside other members and associates of the far-right Oath Keepers extremist group with conspiring to block the vote certification. He later boasted in a message to a friend about grabbing an American flag, joining the crowd that surged toward the Capitol and saying “let’s storm the place and hang the traitors.” The 65-year-old from Virginia told his friend, “If we’d had guns I guarantee we would have killed 100 politicians.”

Defense attorneys say hyperbole has been a hallmark of the Jan. 6 prosecutions.

“If grandiose rhetoric was evidence, the Government’s case would be very strong,” Caldwell’s lawyer, David Fischer, wrote in one filing. He didn’t respond to a message seeking comment.

In filings, Fischer also said prosecutors took his client’s words out of context to falsely accuse an ailing 20-year military veteran. He said Caldwell, like many veterans, was prone to puffery and enjoyed portraying himself in recounting his actions on Jan. 6 as a movie character who picks up a battle flag to lead the charge.

Fischer also asked Caldwell’s Washington judge this month to transfer Caldwell’s case to another city on grounds Sherwin’s comments regarding sedition would prejudice jurors.”

This is so insulting after the nonstop riots, actual insurrection of Seattle, and the burning and looting of everything including police stations.

As mentioned above, hyperbole, the making of threats, planning and even recruiting are protected 1st amendment rights. Only when put into action does the law provide for prosecution. I’ll leave you with a quote from one of the accused. This says it all and liberals outta heed this man’s warning.

“If overthrow (of the government) was the quest,” Reffitt wrote about Jan. 6, “it would have no doubt been overthrown.”

Take that shit to the bank. Jack!

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