REVOLUTION

REVOLUTION

 

Trump supporters storm the U.S. Capitol and commandeer the building, stopping Biden from being certified president

UNARMED PROTESTER SHOT AND KILLED

WASHINGTON DC ON LOCKDOWN

SENATORS AND HOUSE REPS COWER IN FEAR AS PROTESTERS TAKE OVER THE CHAMBER

FIRST TIME THE CAPITOL BUILDING HAS BEEN BREACHED SINCE THE WAR OF 1812



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PROTESTER WHO DIED IDENTIFIED

The unarmed female Trump supporter who was shot and killed by Capitol Police was an Air Force veteran from California who tweeted a day earlier “nothing will stop us.”

KILLED at Capitol

Ashli Babbit had 14 years in the service and did four tours of duty. She was married and lived near San Diego.


A DAY OF HISTORIC INFAMY

The storming of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday was the first time that the building had been breached since the War of 1812.

On August 24, 1814, the British invaded Washington, DC and torched the Capitol after a victory over American forces at Bladensburg, Maryland.


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9 thoughts on “REVOLUTION

  1. Your right Bill! Today, it’s all about political control — there are no Houses-of-the-people places anymore. Just places of public illusion. The system has long been rigged to protect the ideals of political leaders and not those of the people.

    The legal system itself is politically influenced and so although I do not support the cause of rebellion in this case — by what other means can the public regain control of their country other than citizen unrest or even an attempted overthrow? It happens around the world all the time!

    But Not in America you say? Best open your eyes to the new reality. Change does not happen with hope alone!

    1. Peaceful protests are futile when “The People” are up against a corporate media that censors so-called right-wing citizens when they speak out for truth and justice, yet allow leftists to continually trash the military and the police. That’s when frustration boils over and people vent their anger with violence. There are times in the history of nations when revolution is the only way to regain rights and freedom.

      1. Okay Accepted Bill! Your opinion. But Isn’t that what’s driving this political chaos in the first place? Opinion! Yours, mine, theirs, right or wrong but today defended so personally and so strong. And not just in politics, but in black lives unrest and Covid theories and vaccinations and government conspiracies on and on! And all within the last year or so? Why the great turn of forceful opinions recently?

        There must be an overall underling issue here don’t you think? The Pandemic? Perhaps Social media — It’s full of opinions, uncensored, true or false. Does this have a hand in dividing the people? The choosing of sides based on someone’s opinion?

      2. I agree with everything you said — all valid reasons for the madness. I don’t think there’s a single underlying cause, just all of the pressure points you mentioned. But this is nothing new in America. Violence — expressing one’s opinion, as you put it, in a violent manner — is part of American history, from the nation’s very foundation, through the killing of blacks in the first half of the 1900s, the assassinations of President Kennedy, Bobby Kennedy, Martin Luther King, all the way up to the present violence of Black Lives Matter and Antifa, and now the storming of the Capitol. As they say: America, love it or leave it.

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