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ferball

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So what point do you want to make, information-censoring admin? Are they incompetent for not doing as much damage as the bomb detonating communist? Or are they despicable for causing deaths? (including at least one protester, whose death your ilk celebrate).

Shall I produce some examples of people Antifa have bashed? Or will that immediately be labeled a "right wing conspiracy" and censored accordingly? How about Maxine Waters openly calling for people to harass senators and show up at their private property? How about that BLM protester who went up to a police car to shoot dead two patrol officers? Is that all a right wing conspiracy? Or are you going to peddle the notion that its somehow more acceptable on the basis they're not Trump supporters?
How do you know that was a BLM protestor?

There is absolutely no evidence to connect that individual with BLM and the protest associated with that shooting at the hospital where the two coppers were being treated specifically denied it was involved with BLM.
 

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US security bodies too afraid to prepare for right-wing MAGA rioters. Fear Trump reprisals and sackings.

Nobody is learning any lessons from the riot, no review has taken place. Massive round of finger-pointing between agencies.

Obama government in 2009 reported on the issue of white supremacists and far-right groups but retracted the report and apologised to veterans, a group who were mentioned as being a big source of bodies for these groups.

The MAGA rioter who was shot was a veteran.




The Department of Homeland Security looked the other way. So did the Pentagon. The FBI collected reports of violence and criminal activity but took no action. The U.S. Capitol Police wrote a threat assessment that President Trump's supporters were disappointed and desperate, that they might become violent. They were all monitoring social media.​
But only the District of Columbia government and police went on alert; no one else otherwise prepared. That's because government and military officials were afraid.​
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Newsweek meticulously reconstructed what happened that day and interviewed dozens of government and military officials, most of whom requested anonymity in order to be candid.​
They almost unanimously agreed that behind the stunning inaction is a hidden story of an insurrection caused by the very fear that Donald Trump, crazed and unpredictable in his final days in office, might provoke an insurrection.​



Officials from the FBI, the Secret Service, Homeland Security, the District of Columbia government, the Pentagon, the National Guard, and the Joint Task Force–National Capital Region who spoke to Newsweek last weekend on condition of anonymity in the days before the Capitol Hill riot, all talked about the potential for protesters and militias and paramilitary goons—egged on by the president—to storm Capitol Hill and even the Capitol building itself.​
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The blame was spread around, with the FBI dismissing the Department of Homeland Security as a bunch of amateurs and thugs; the military shaking their heads about President Trump and an absent White House leadership; Homeland Security department members mocking the District of Columbia's mayor, Attorney General and police force; and everyone making clear that "the problem" was someone else's.​
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Marcel Proust

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If you had a mob and tried to invaded Canberra HQ you'd have little luck.

More so, the american rally was well organized. Promoted etc.

What's the official reason there was bugger all protection? Trillions on defense yet these nimrods can walk in?
 

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US security bodies too afraid to prepare for right-wing MAGA rioters. Fear Trump reprisals and sackings.

Nobody is learning any lessons from the riot, no review has taken place. Massive round of finger-pointing between agencies.

Obama government in 2009 reported on the issue of white supremacists and far-right groups but retracted the report and apologised to veterans, a group who were mentioned as being a big source of bodies for these groups.

The MAGA rioter who was shot was a veteran.




The Department of Homeland Security looked the other way. So did the Pentagon. The FBI collected reports of violence and criminal activity but took no action. The U.S. Capitol Police wrote a threat assessment that President Trump's supporters were disappointed and desperate, that they might become violent. They were all monitoring social media.

But only the District of Columbia government and police went on alert; no one else otherwise prepared. That's because government and military officials were afraid.
...

Newsweek meticulously reconstructed what happened that day and interviewed dozens of government and military officials, most of whom requested anonymity in order to be candid.

They almost unanimously agreed that behind the stunning inaction is a hidden story of an insurrection caused by the very fear that Donald Trump, crazed and unpredictable in his final days in office, might provoke an insurrection.



Officials from the FBI, the Secret Service, Homeland Security, the District of Columbia government, the Pentagon, the National Guard, and the Joint Task Force–National Capital Region who spoke to Newsweek last weekend on condition of anonymity in the days before the Capitol Hill riot, all talked about the potential for protesters and militias and paramilitary goons—egged on by the president—to storm Capitol Hill and even the Capitol building itself.

...

The blame was spread around, with the FBI dismissing the Department of Homeland Security as a bunch of amateurs and thugs; the military shaking their heads about President Trump and an absent White House leadership; Homeland Security department members mocking the District of Columbia's mayor, Attorney General and police force; and everyone making clear that "the problem" was someone else's.

...
Smells like an inside job no?

Wouldn't be the first time the US gov. Has partaken in shadowy acts
 

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Yeah, people breaking into congress to topple a few desks and break a few windows is much worse than actually detonating explosives inside a building.

Ah wait, were you trying to be funny? Saying they're amateurs because they didn't actually detonate a bomb? Should I then bring up the idiots who stormed congress I'm 2018 after Kavanaugh got inaugurated? Who were literally scratching the locked senate door in a desperate effort to get in? And who could forget this chestnut:


I mean damn, those left-wing congress raiders sure are a beacon of intelligence... Jonestown intelligence.

You are laughable.
Hang mike pence.....
 

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Smells like an inside job no?

Wouldn't be the first time the US gov. Has partaken in shadowy acts
There were some reports of right-wing senators providing tours to the mob leaders prior to the insurrection.

 

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Not an eighth of a Che Guevara amongst that lot of mouth breathing inbred morons.
Trump must be proud he is the king of the vegetables.
Hopefully they will all meet their god very, very soon.
 

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