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  1. Whoever’s reading this, I pray that whatever your going’s through gets better and whatever your struggling with or worrying bout is going to be fine and that everyone has a fantastic day! Amen

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    1. @David Brown Was that those Russian guys I watched dropping off all the ballots in 2,000 mules?

  3. *We won with poorly educated, I love the poorly educated!*
    – Trump, 2016
    Trump supporters: i aint no what that means but make america grate agen!!1!

  4. I am glad that the Committee was able to identify the GQP currently sitting in the House and the Senate who were involved in planning the attempted coup and hope that the DOJ will ENFORCE THE CONSTITUTIONAL Amendment 14 Section 3 and expel and prosecute them.

  5. They all talked big, held their tantrums. They chose to believe what made them feel good about their failed lives. They acted out then ran and hid. They came to realize the people with power used them and they were the ones who would suffer the consequences, not the people with power who used their fears and anger.

  6. Ex-#45 gathered his accomplises together to get his coup plan together. All of these people (Republicans) knew what was going to happen yet none of them did anything to stop it (were they hoping/thinking it would be a successful coup).

  7. The more Info that comes out of these hearings the scarier it gets. Those people were literally brainwashed & ready to hurt people 🥺

  8. Couldn’t the Twitter employees call the Washington DC police department the night before and show them the tweets not that it’s on them to do that, but I would’ve tried to get in touch with some agency

    1. @Lydia B Well done imagine if millions more with your integrity did it. Perhaps people wouldn’t have died.

  9. I am so disappointed in Twitter! It’s so horrible to know that they could have done something to help keep our democracy safe and chose not to! They bare some responsibility to everyone that got hurt and everyone who died!

    1. The companies that built the platforms aren’t keen on being responsible, they just want to be profitable.

  10. So one question is when many of us saw this potential violence, many in government, where were the FBI and other security forces? The lack of that was so obvious and the failure of so many to speak out loudly leading up to this event, including those now testifying. May there be justice and change as a result of what is emerging.

  11. A show trial is a public trial in which the judicial authorities have already determined the guilt or innocence of the defendant. The actual trial has as its only goal the presentation of both the accusation and the verdict to the public so they will serve as both an impressive example and a warning to other would-be dissidents or transgressors.[2]

    People’s Court in Nazi Germany. Trial of Adolf Reichwein, 1944. He was sentenced to death and became the victim of judicial murder.[1]
    Show trials tend to be retributive rather than corrective and they are also conducted for propagandistic purposes.[3] When aimed at individuals on the basis of protected classes or characteristics, such trials are examples of political persecution. The term was first recorded in 1928.[4]

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