- Nov 10, 2011
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We both know what I said. Don’t pretend otherwise.Fuck off. Another circular argument troll. You're fucking cancelled.Lol how am I defending anyone? I also never said they didn’t exist. I said they barely exist. It is just random people calling themselves ANTIFA. That’s it. That’s all it is.HaHaHa, If they don't exist, WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU DEFENDING. You are a moron.Yep. Random people. Tell me, who is the leadership? How many members? Where do their HQ’s operate? Why does the FBI not consider them a threat like they do white supremacist groups who have actual leaders and organizing structure?Right, they don't exist:No, moron, you’re just pretending ANTIFA was involved. It’s just a boogeyman word you use for any protests or rioting you don’t like. This organization barely exists. It has no leadership or organization structure. It simply exists when anecdotal random people decide to call themselves as such.Where the fuck were you last summer? Under a rock? Antifa rioted every night for over 100 days in Portland and BLM rioted in multiple major cities throughout last year. Please come out of your basement or clean your stomach window.What is this bullshit treatment you’re referring to? People were obviously arrested. Also, where is the evidence that ANTIFA had anything to do with those summer riots? You don’t have any. Quit pretending that you do.Irrelevant. When compared to the treatment of BLM and Antifa mobs of the past year, Jan. 6 was a minor blip--So if we are to follow the equal protections tenets of the law--NO action at all should be taken.Lol you people can’t seem to make up your minds on whether or not they were all secretly ANTIFA or not. I guess it depends on the narrative you’re spewing.The court isn't buying the Dim plan to stage show trials where they prosecute Jan 6 protestors on Trump up charges.
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The January 6 Prosecutions Hit a Speed Bump
Democrat hopes for show trials a la Stalin's Great Purge are beginning to fade.Two weeks ago, I wrote of the Department of Justice’s overreach respecting some of the hundreds of January 6 defendants. On Friday the D.C. Circuit clipped the department’s wings. I expect more such losses as time goes on and the Department must actually present evidence in contested trials.The ploy of keeping in D.C. jails without bail some of the protestors who engaged in no specific violent acts at the Capitol until their cases can be heard was very obviously designed to compel them to plea bargain so they could return home to their families and jobs, and the three-judge panel wasn’t buying it. If you think that there is a partisan tinge to their decision, you’d be wrong, Judge Robert Wilkins was confirmed under Barack Obama; Judge Judith Rogers under Bill Clinton, and Judge George Katsas under Donald Trump. It was bipartisan.The case made it to the Circuit Court upon appeal from a detention order by Judge Royce Lamberth (a senior judge first appointed to the bench by then-president Ronald Reagan). I mention the judicial appointment history of these judges as an antidote to the all-too-common implications that judges are always using the law to cover their personal political beliefs. Sometimes it appears they do. Other times -- like this one -- they are honestly applying the Constitution and law to the facts.And they do so here in what was clearly the Department of Justice’s political effort to paint with a broad brush anyone who supported Trump on January 6 and to place unreasonable and unlawful burdens on those protestors in order to bolster overcharged crimes.