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At noon today it will be 9 Days, 23 hours, 59 minutes, and 59 seconds. But who is counting


Police arrest Florida man caught on camera carrying Pelosi's lectern


Jessica De Leon
Sat, January 9, 2021, 7:20 AM EST

Florida resident Adam Christian Johnson, the man captured in viral photo carrying Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s lectern from House chambers during the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, has been arrested.

Johnson, 36, was booked into the Pinellas County jail on Friday night. According to jail records, he is being held on a federal warrant.

The FBI was searching for Johnson, who was quickly identified on social media by local residents in the viral photo of him carrying the lectern during the mob violence at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.

Johnson is a stay-at-home-dad who lives with his wife and their five children in their Parrish home.


Johnson was not among the suspects identified by the U.S. Department of Justice on Friday as having been already charged in federal court for their alleged roles in the riot. Complaints had already been filed against others, but remained under seal.


It looks like Trump had Russian help in with the rioters


Trump was in on a planned coup against America and its democracy in order so he can
stay in power and not be held accountable for his and his family's crimes.

11 Days, 23 hours, 59 minutes, and 59 seconds to go in 1 minute


ATTN Joe Scarborough your talk now doesn't mean shit

You helped in making this nightmare happen and all your gum flapping now doesn't change that.

You helped in installing an illegal POTUS with your work in bush v Gore in 2000 and that allowed the
nightmare that is Donald Trump as President to happen in 2016 and time after time you, Mika, and MSNBC
gave Trump free air time along with pushing the non story of Hillary's emails.

Question and a comment

Are Trump's cabinet members quitting so they can't vote for the 25th amendment

30 seconds of Fox News and Fox Business channel 2-night ... channel surfing to the
weather channel ... the real problem at the capitol was ANTIFA .... "we are looking
at video to I.D. ANTIFA members." (BTW ANTIFA doesn't really exist)

Need a little comfort? @ Noon EST Trump will have 12 days, 23 hours, 59 minutes, & 59 seconds left


Kansas City Star editorial board slams Republican Sen. Josh Hawley for having 'blood on his hands'

This what a traitor looks like.

After the worst of Wednesday’s Capitol building insurrection that left one woman dead, The Kansas City Star editorial board published a stinging condemnation of Republican Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley. The editorial denounced Hawley as being one of the public figures most responsible for today’s bloodshed and sedition, saying that “Hawley’s actions in the last week had such impact that he deserves an impressive share of the blame for the blood that’s been shed.”

The headline of the article makes it very clear: “Sen. Josh Hawley has blood on his hands in Capitol coup attempt.” Hawley’s craven ambition for higher office has been apparent the past couple of weeks, as he has very publicly been a promoter of sending out $2,000 checks to Americans in need (knowing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wouldn’t let it happen) while also stoking Donald Trump’s election fraud claims and saying he would oppose accepting the states’ certifications of Joe Biden’s election victory.

The Missouri newspaper pointed to Hawley’s lone, pathetic statement: “Thank you to the brave law enforcement officials who have put their lives on the line. The violence must end, those who attacked police and broke the law must be prosecuted, and Congress must get back to work and finish its job,” and it’s disingenuous omissions of all the reasons this terrorism happened today. It pointed out that when the newspaper’s board had attacked Hawley’s actions earlier, telling its readers that Hawley’s actions were “dangerous,” many readers called them out for being alarmist and hyperbolic.


But, as the Star summarizes most precisely, what happened today has been apparent to anyone willing to get their head out of their own ass for a moment. “This revolt is the result, and if you didn’t know this is where we’ve been headed from the start, it’s because you didn’t want to know,” the editorial charged.


This is what a traitor looks like.

If these fuckers think they are so tough

The D.C. Police, the Capital Police, and the U.S. Park Police are gonna go in "clean up this problem"

It is 3:15 now and by 5:00 PM they are gonna be gone and or under arrest. BTW come up behind them
on the Capital Steps and start pulling 'em out that way too. Bring in the mounted D.C. and U.S. Park Police

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