Joint Chiefs of Staff issue military-wide memo condemning Capitol riot, confirming Biden will become next commander in chief


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As a former member who swore to protect this country from all enemies foreign and DOMESTIC I will continue to do so. This is the best government bought and paid for by the Chinese Communists and I will NOT kowtow to that regime. Biden is a d chinese shill.
Just don’t try to violently overthrow your newly elected President and Congressional representatives and you all will be fine. Try to do that and YOU are the DOMESTIC enemy of our nation, our Constitution, and our military forces.
Yep, they all better check out Articles 77 through 134 in the UCMJ.
Just like Congress needs to check out the Bill of Rights, where the 1st and 2nd arent for the government.....
 

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As a former member who swore to protect this country from all enemies foreign and DOMESTIC I will continue to do so. This is the best government bought and paid for by the Chinese Communists and I will NOT kowtow to that regime. Biden is a d chinese shill.
Just don’t try to violently overthrow your newly elected President and Congressional representatives and you all will be fine. Try to do that and YOU are the DOMESTIC enemy of our nation, our Constitution, and our military forces.
Yep, they all better check out Articles 77 through 134 in the UCMJ.
Just like Congress needs to check out the Bill of Rights, where the 1st and 2nd arent for the government.....
Just like a disabled vet better check their benefits if convicted of a felony after participating.
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”


The military is taking sides in a partisan dispute and you celebrate that?
Do you also celebrate the rise in censorship?
The military is and should be above partisan politics, and the Joint Chiefs’ statement was a reaffirmation that the military defends our Constitution and Constitutional process. It is too bad you don’t seem to understand this simple distinction.

As for issues of “censorship” or even “a state of emergency” ... those are different questions I’ve discussed in detail elsewhere:

Speaking out NOW, against this particular "protest" while ignoring all the shit that has been going down for hte last two years, coming from teh LEFT, is taking sides.

The military should be above partisan politics. BUt, now, like so many other government bodies, it is not. And you celebrate this.
You are, as always, utterly infantile. So naively disappointed in everything. Where did it start? First with capitalism itself? Then with our Republican institutions? With Congress and (Democratic) politicians? Then the RINOs? Now even the U.S. military has failed to live up to your expectations? Or did it all go back to the original Civil War and the defeat of your precious Confederacy?

You think the political shenanigans of Democrats during “the last two years” or the last four since the fool Trump was elected is something ... new? That it justifies rebellion against all our nation’s Republican institutions? You are furious and have lost all perspective, like the Republicans who apologize for the Jan. 6 outrage.

You are especially furious over the last two+ months during which Trump was decisively defeated — starting with an election whose electoral votes were confirmed by each of 50 states, during which our courts overturned 60 plus nonsense appeals, and further as the results were announced by a joint session of Congress that was physically attacked by Trump mobs.

But all your fury and failure to see the larger issue is typical, pathetic, and destructive. Luckily, wiser and more mature minds everywhere will decide this issue. At least for now.
Don't you realize you are discussing with (and thereby giving attention to) pure anti-American shills compensated by enemies of the Republic? Let these posters fester in their own puss.
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”



The military is taking sides in a partisan dispute and you celebrate that?

Do you also celebrate the rise in censorship?
They obviously feel the need to send out a warning to this dangerous man and his followers. And attacking the Capital is not a partisan dispute.
 

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Much as I detest the duopoly, the American democratic process did elect it according to Constitutional means. Any extra-Constitutional means to change things is sedition and perpetrators deserve whatever they get. Lead poisoning is one of the dangers.
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”


The military is taking sides in a partisan dispute and you celebrate that?
Do you also celebrate the rise in censorship?
The military is and should be above partisan politics, and the Joint Chiefs’ statement was a reaffirmation that the military defends our Constitution and Constitutional process. It is too bad you don’t seem to understand this simple distinction.

As for issues of “censorship” or even “a state of emergency” ... those are different questions I’ve discussed in detail elsewhere:

Speaking out NOW, against this particular "protest" while ignoring all the shit that has been going down for hte last two years, coming from teh LEFT, is taking sides.

The military should be above partisan politics. BUt, now, like so many other government bodies, it is not. And you celebrate this.
You are, as always, utterly infantile. So naively disappointed in everything. Where did it start? First with capitalism itself? Then with our Republican institutions? With Congress and (Democratic) politicians? Then the RINOs? Now even the U.S. military has failed to live up to your expectations? Or did it all go back to the original Civil War and the defeat of your precious Confederacy?

You think the political shenanigans of Democrats during “the last two years” or the last four since the fool Trump was elected is something ... new? That it justifies rebellion against all our nation’s Republican institutions? You are furious and have lost all perspective, like the Republicans who apologize for the Jan. 6 outrage. You are furious especially about the last two months when Trump was defeated — in an election whose electoral votes were confirmed by each of 50 states, during which our courts overturned 60 plus nonsense appeals, and the results announced by a joint session of Congress.

But all your fury and failure to see the larger issue is typical, pathetic, and destructive. Luckily, wiser and more mature minds everywhere will decide this issue. At least for now.
The Confederacy was DEMOCRATS. And they got their asses kicked royal.
I think you should study the war before Gettysburg and Vicksburg.
You mean the part where DEMOCRAT General McCleland refused to actually USE the Army of the Potomic?
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”


The military is taking sides in a partisan dispute and you celebrate that?
Do you also celebrate the rise in censorship?
The military is and should be above partisan politics, and the Joint Chiefs’ statement was a reaffirmation that the military defends our Constitution and Constitutional process. It is too bad you don’t seem to understand this simple distinction.

As for issues of “censorship” or even “a state of emergency” ... those are different questions I’ve discussed in detail elsewhere:

Speaking out NOW, against this particular "protest" while ignoring all the shit that has been going down for hte last two years, coming from teh LEFT, is taking sides.

The military should be above partisan politics. BUt, now, like so many other government bodies, it is not. And you celebrate this.
You are, as always, utterly infantile. So naively disappointed in everything. Where did it start? First with capitalism itself? Then with our Republican institutions? With Congress and (Democratic) politicians? Then the RINOs? Now even the U.S. military has failed to live up to your expectations? Or did it all go back to the original Civil War and the defeat of your precious Confederacy?

You think the political shenanigans of Democrats during “the last two years” or the last four since the fool Trump was elected is something ... new? That it justifies rebellion against all our nation’s Republican institutions? You are furious and have lost all perspective, like the Republicans who apologize for the Jan. 6 outrage. You are furious especially about the last two months when Trump was defeated — in an election whose electoral votes were confirmed by each of 50 states, during which our courts overturned 60 plus nonsense appeals, and the results announced by a joint session of Congress.

But all your fury and failure to see the larger issue is typical, pathetic, and destructive. Luckily, wiser and more mature minds everywhere will decide this issue. At least for now.
The Confederacy was DEMOCRATS. And they got their asses kicked royal.
I think you should study the war before Gettysburg and Vicksburg.
You mean the part where DEMOCRAT General McCleland refused to actually USE the Army of the Potomic?
Your lack of knowledge of history is only surpassed by your poor spelling ability! McClelland was in command of neither of those campaigns, dumbass! Grant was in command at Vicksburg and George Meade was commander of the Army of the Potomac.
 

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What country gets Biden bombs first?
Sure. He'll start a war (while blaming the other guy) to distract everyone and "unify" us. As if.

My guess: Iran. NK too near China, and China too dangerous, likely to win a war against us. They have fully four times our population and are unified. We are way too disunited to be able to fight a war at this time, except with ourselves.
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”


The military is taking sides in a partisan dispute and you celebrate that?
Do you also celebrate the rise in censorship?
The military is and should be above partisan politics, and the Joint Chiefs’ statement was a reaffirmation that the military defends our Constitution and Constitutional process. It is too bad you don’t seem to understand this simple distinction.

As for issues of “censorship” or even “a state of emergency” ... those are different questions I’ve discussed in detail elsewhere:

Speaking out NOW, against this particular "protest" while ignoring all the shit that has been going down for hte last two years, coming from teh LEFT, is taking sides.

The military should be above partisan politics. BUt, now, like so many other government bodies, it is not. And you celebrate this.
You are, as always, utterly infantile. So naively disappointed in everything. Where did it start? First with capitalism itself? Then with our Republican institutions? With Congress and (Democratic) politicians? Then the RINOs? Now even the U.S. military has failed to live up to your expectations? Or did it all go back to the original Civil War and the defeat of your precious Confederacy?

You think the political shenanigans of Democrats during “the last two years” or the last four since the fool Trump was elected is something ... new? That it justifies rebellion against all our nation’s Republican institutions? You are furious and have lost all perspective, like the Republicans who apologize for the Jan. 6 outrage. You are furious especially about the last two months when Trump was defeated — in an election whose electoral votes were confirmed by each of 50 states, during which our courts overturned 60 plus nonsense appeals, and the results announced by a joint session of Congress.

But all your fury and failure to see the larger issue is typical, pathetic, and destructive. Luckily, wiser and more mature minds everywhere will decide this issue. At least for now.
The Confederacy was DEMOCRATS. And they got their asses kicked royal.
I think you should study the war before Gettysburg and Vicksburg.
You mean the part where DEMOCRAT General McCleland refused to actually USE the Army of the Potomic?
Your lack of knowledge of history is only surpassed by your poor spelling ability! McClelland was in command of neither of those campaigns, dumbass! Grant was in command at Vicksburg and George Meade was commander of the Army of the Potomac.
Stuff it . I was referring to BEFORE Gettysberg. And I don't give a shit about spelling either. The DEMOCRATS started the Civil War. Clue: What PARTY was Jeff Davis in?
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”


It's reassuring Tom, but scary too at the same time. When defending the Constitution is mentioned there's always the possibility of how it's going to be interpreted.

Can anyone say that it won't be interpreted as being protection against one party stealing votes from the other?

Nothing is for sure anymore, even though supporters of both sides will imagine that their side is the obvious side of right. Maybe it would have been better to not have heard from the military.

There's just too large an element of both police and military people who can't be trusted. And although it's very clear to us on which side is on the side of right, it's far from clear with a divided population that's close enough to 50/50 to call it so.

For your consideration only: Why hasn't the military and the police defended the Constitution long before now? Why was the attempte revolution succeeding to the point at which congress men and women were almost murdered?

My message to you is suggesting that it's time for some reality. No person of decency should have any difficutly understanding.
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”


Where were they during the summer when leftist rioters were burning and taking over American cities?
 

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It's reassuring Tom, but scary too at the same time. When defending the Constitution is mentioned there's always the possibility of how it's going to be interpreted.

Can anyone say that it won't be interpreted as being protection against one party stealing votes from the other?

Nothing is for sure anymore, even though supporters of both sides will imagine that their side is the obvious side of right. Maybe it would have been better to not have heard from the military.

There's just too large an element of both police and military people who can't be trusted. And although it's very clear to us on which side is on the side of right, it's far from clear with a divided population that's close enough to 50/50 to call it so.

For your consideration only: Why hasn't the military and the police defended the Constitution long before now? Why was the attempte revolution succeeding to the point at which congress men and women were almost murdered?

My message to you is suggesting that it's time for some reality. No person of decency should have any difficutly understanding.
The way any defense of the Constitution is interpreted by The People lies on the shoulders of the media which is overwhelmingly leftist. To say that congressmen and women were almost murdered is a hyperbole. As we saw only one person was shot and it was one of the protestors who broke in. No one in congress was ever in any danger of being murdered.
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”


A flat out statement. The Military WILL NOT SUPPORT AN INSURRECTION OR SEDITION AGAINST THE UNITED STATES. THE MILITARY WILL NOT OBEY ILLEGAL ORDERS.
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”


The military is taking sides in a partisan dispute and you celebrate that?
Do you also celebrate the rise in censorship?
The military is and should be above partisan politics, and the Joint Chiefs’ statement was a reaffirmation that the military defends our Constitution and Constitutional process. It is too bad you don’t seem to understand this simple distinction.

As for issues of “censorship” or even “a state of emergency” ... those are different questions I’ve discussed in detail elsewhere:

Speaking out NOW, against this particular "protest" while ignoring all the shit that has been going down for hte last two years, coming from teh LEFT, is taking sides.

The military should be above partisan politics. BUt, now, like so many other government bodies, it is not. And you celebrate this.
You are, as always, utterly infantile. So naively disappointed in everything. Where did it start? First with capitalism itself? Then with our Republican institutions? With Congress and (Democratic) politicians? Then the RINOs? Now even the U.S. military has failed to live up to your expectations? Or did it all go back to the original Civil War and the defeat of your precious Confederacy?

You think the political shenanigans of Democrats during “the last two years” or the last four since the fool Trump was elected is something ... new? That it justifies rebellion against all our nation’s Republican institutions? You are furious and have lost all perspective, like the Republicans who apologize for the Jan. 6 outrage.

You are especially furious over the last two+ months during which Trump was decisively defeated — starting with an election whose electoral votes were confirmed by each of 50 states, during which our courts overturned 60 plus nonsense appeals, and further as the results were announced by a joint session of Congress that was physically attacked by Trump mobs.

But all your fury and failure to see the larger issue is typical, pathetic, and destructive. Luckily, wiser and more mature minds everywhere will decide this issue. At least for now.
Don't you realize you are discussing with (and thereby giving attention to) pure anti-American shills compensated by enemies of the Republic? Let these posters fester in their own puss.

THe riots of the last two years were far worse than this one in dc. That the JCS issue thin statement now, is they undermining the Constitution, not Trump.

You are a faggot.
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”



The military is taking sides in a partisan dispute and you celebrate that?

Do you also celebrate the rise in censorship?
They obviously feel the need to send out a warning to this dangerous man and his followers. And attacking the Capital is not a partisan dispute.


Sure it is. As was the riots of the last two years. And we see which side the JCS are on.


I wonder if the rank and file agree with them. I kind of doubt it. Time to start promoting based not on merit, but on being a good little partisan dem.


Who am I kidding. They probably already started that years ago. That is the way you people work.
 

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The Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon body comprising the military’s top generals, issued a memo to the entire U.S. military on Tuesday condemning the Capitol riot and confirming Biden will become the 46th commander in chief of the armed forces on Jan. 20.


In the memo, the top Pentagon brass characterized the violent riot as “a direct assault on the U.S. Congress, the Capitol building and our Constitutional process,” and said the military remained fully committed to protecting and defending the Constitution “against all enemies foreign and domestic.”


“As service members, we must embody the values and ideals of the nation,” the top brass said. “We support and defend the Constitution. Any act to disrupt the Constitutional process is not only against our traditions, values and oath; it is against the law.”


The military is taking sides in a partisan dispute and you celebrate that?
Do you also celebrate the rise in censorship?
The military is and should be above partisan politics, and the Joint Chiefs’ statement was a reaffirmation that the military defends our Constitution and Constitutional process. It is too bad you don’t seem to understand this simple distinction.

As for issues of “censorship” or even “a state of emergency” ... those are different questions I’ve discussed in detail elsewhere:

Speaking out NOW, against this particular "protest" while ignoring all the shit that has been going down for hte last two years, coming from teh LEFT, is taking sides.

The military should be above partisan politics. BUt, now, like so many other government bodies, it is not. And you celebrate this.
You are, as always, utterly infantile. So naively disappointed in everything. Where did it start? First with capitalism itself? Then with our Republican institutions? With Congress and (Democratic) politicians? Then the RINOs? Now even the U.S. military has failed to live up to your expectations? Or did it all go back to the original Civil War and the defeat of your precious Confederacy?

You think the political shenanigans of Democrats during “the last two years” or the last four since the fool Trump was elected is something ... new? That it justifies rebellion against all our nation’s Republican institutions? You are furious and have lost all perspective, like the Republicans who apologize for the Jan. 6 outrage.

You are especially furious over the last two+ months during which Trump was decisively defeated — starting with an election whose electoral votes were confirmed by each of 50 states, during which our courts overturned 60 plus nonsense appeals, and further as the results were announced by a joint session of Congress that was physically attacked by Trump mobs.

But all your fury and failure to see the larger issue is typical, pathetic, and destructive. Luckily, wiser and more mature minds everywhere will decide this issue. At least for now.
Don't you realize you are discussing with (and thereby giving attention to) pure anti-American shills compensated by enemies of the Republic? Let these posters fester in their own puss.

THe riots of the last two years were far worse than this one in dc. That the JCS issue thin statement now, is they undermining the Constitution, not Trump.

You are a faggot.
Antifa & BLM terrorists are responsible for 47 deaths last year.

True story.
 

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Antifa & BLM terrorists are responsible for 47 deaths last year.

True story.
And the perps got bailed out by the likes of Kamala Harris and Hollywood celebs.
"Kamala Harris pushed bail fund that helped murder and rape suspects get out of jail while awaiting trial"
"Harris tweeted in favor of the bail fund on June 1, two-and-a-half months before she was tapped for the Democratic ticket with Biden"

 

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Antifa & BLM terrorists are responsible for 47 deaths last year.

True story.
And the perps got bailed out by the likes of Kamala Harris and Hollywood celebs.
"Kamala Harris pushed bail fund that helped murder and rape suspects get out of jail while awaiting trial"
"Harris tweeted in favor of the bail fund on June 1, two-and-a-half months before she was tapped for the Democratic ticket with Biden"

The Republic is broken beyond repair. All because of the Dimm's hate for one man.
 

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