It has been, at least for me, a gobsmacking couple of weeks. I have watched while the Democrat Party, its partisans in state-controlled media, and their ever-so-virtue-signaling but absurdly never-self-aware politicians have had just about everything they say and do “boomerang” on them and hit them square in the noggin. I cannot have been the only guy to have observed this spectacle and have been, well… gobsmacked. Please pardon me for the sarcasm inherent in the commentary, but the issues and actions presented are just over-ripe for it and are pristine targets for sarcasm and scorn.
He goes on to cite all the lunacy impacting the nation, but what he's outlined most assuredly fits this "absurd" January 6th commission organized by Pelosi and Company.
Along with all the weeping and gnashing of teeth, we have A Capitol Police Officer who’s a BLM activist? "You bet. He was one of Pelosi’s star witnesses, too." Apparently this "giant of a man" was traumatized because he was called a nigger. According to him that never happened before while in uniform. Really? I find that incredible, given that as a cop he's dealing with trash who are sorely lacking in any moral sense, let alone any sense of racial sensitivity, and the term nigger is thrown about by blacks against other blacks constantly, and in D.C. most of the criminals he dealt with were going to be black based on demographics, and crime statistics.
We do need to ask: Is there evidence of a racial slur being thrown at him? No, and this isn't the first time this kind of charge has been thrown out by blacks.
Widburg goes on to say:
"This reminds me strongly of the Tea Party protests in 2010 when Democrats claimed that Tea Party members yelled the N-word at members of the Congressional Black Caucus. Again, this was an event that everyone and his uncle were recording. However, even when the late, great Andrew Breitbart offered a $10,000 reward for anyone who could prove that Tea Partiers had hurled racist insults, no one came forward to claim the money. It almost seemed as if the whole thing was a slanderous lie. Dunn's statement has the same feel."
But it turns out this cop is a Black Lives Matters activist. And he's a cop? And his testimony is all these people who killed no one, stole nothing, looting nothing, didn't set anything on fire, was the "worst mob ever in the history of America", and they were racists. And why were they racists. Apparently to prove they were racists he has to show a racist act, ergo, he had to come up with a racist slur.
It also turns out he "flat-out lied about fellow officer Brian Sicknick's death, claiming that protesters beat him to death. According to the D.C. medical examiner, Sicknick died of a stroke"......And that's important why?
"Calumniam mendacem facit suspicari omnes testimonio". It's a legal concept meaning, lying testimony makes all testimony suspect, and given his political views, all of his testimony is suspect, as Tucker Carlson noted:
"Dunn will pretend to speak for the country's law enforcement community, but it turns out Dunn has very little in common with your average cop,” ........ “Dunn is an angry, left-wing political activist.”Is he to be believed, or is he really just another angry left wing activist, or does he really represent the views of police officers nationwide, as is implied here? "
In an interview with Fox News on Wednesday, association spokeswoman Betsy Brantner Smith, a retired police sergeant who describes herself as a conservative, said Congress should hear from the thousands of police officers who were injured during the George Floyd riots last year.
"Myself, like millions of Americans, sat there watching the testimony thinking, ‘Wait, where are the police officers who appeared – appeared – to let some of the protesters in?" she asked. "Where is the police officer who shot Ashli Babbitt? In fact, why aren’t we talking about Ashli Babbitt? I mean there’s so much more here.
Third, why have American citizens who have been accused of only relatively minor crimes, such as trespassing, been held in jail without trial for more than six months? Why were they roughed up initially and kept in solitary confinement, as if they were political prisoners in Cuba? Why are their civil rights being violated? Does this mean that our Department of Justice (DoJ) has been politicized and is corrupt?
Fourth, why are American citizens from many states who attended the peaceful rally before the storming of the Capitol, being hunted down and prosecuted by the FBI? Examples include a couple in Homer, Alaska whom the FBI raided and a DEA agent who has been persecuted. The First Amendment protects Americans from such government abuse of power, and the civil rights of many have been violated after the Jan. 6th event. Has our government completely forgotten its place under the Democrats?
Fifth, speaking of the FBI, why were there so many FBI agents present in the crowd in the Capitol? Some have called that a “crazy conspiracy theory” but investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald says no, it’s what the FBI does. Was the storming of the Capitol exploited by the FBI to entrap people? Did bureaucrats and elected officials collude with the FBI? Citizens see that the FBI has been politicized and corrupted; events since 2016 prove that. Perhaps the Jan. 6th storming of the Capitol was another of their machinations to destroy Trump and his supporters.
Sixth, was the October 2020 attempt to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer prior to the Jan. 6th event in D.C. a dry run for the storming of the capitol? It has come out that it was an FBI setup meant to entrap individuals. There is a suspicious parallel between the October event in Michigan and the January event in D.C.
Seventh, what role did RINOs who hate Trump play regarding the Jan. 6th storming of the Capitol? Were they just political opportunists or did they have some deeper role with the intention of hurting their adversaries within their own party? Have they participated in post-event persecution of Trump supporters by the federal government? It seems unlikely that representatives Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger would throw their political careers away just because of Trump derangement. However, we have seen that Trump derangement made many people do things that made no sense.
On July 28, 2021 Andrea Widburg posted this piece, America had its first show trial on Tuesday and it was loathsome saying:
As sobbing congressmen and Capitol Police officers took turns talking about their psychic injuries, I was alternately embarrassed for them if they were really that weak and frightened of them if they were that sociopathic as a pathway to power. .........Some of the people at the Capitol were rowdy and violent. Most were not. ..........A Capitol Police officer murdered one of those unarmed citizens, but, unlike police officers who have been involved in the deaths of violent, drugged up men engaging in crimes, his name is still secret and his record cleared.
Antifa and BLM got a pass for their violent
behavior during 2020 (and in all other years, for that matter), the FBI
has been hunting January 6 people down like dogs..........kept in
inhumane conditions............ overcharged
with felonies....... that they are
forever deprived of their right to vote or carry arms........Capitol
Police officers spoke, with one of them blatantly lying.....This hearing
facts; it's about narrative.
- Thomas Barrack, a Trump ally, released on $250,000,000 bail - This isn’t about the rule of law; this is ensuring that people are too frightened to work with Trump or any Republican ever again.
“We’ve asked for an opportunity to inspect the jails. Back when I was a felony judge, I would show up outside of jails or prisons because I needed to know what kind of treatment people got in there,” he said. He said they have been asking for meetings for months with Attorney General Merrick Garland “And yet we’ve been denied,” he said. “They want no oversight. They don’t want to give information. And yet, there are reports of people being held and demands for admission of guilt. And they have not been shown the evidence against them. They’ve not been shown the, uh, exonerating exculpatory evidence as required by law.”