Attempted Coup in the United States: Tracking Investigations and Fallout

“opposed by most Republicans” Who’d a thunk?

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Food Drink Popcorn GIF

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You know who else was sentenced to prison for an attempted insurrection?

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AK State Rep David Eastman, proud lifetime Oathkeeper and January 6 DC tourist, had the initial outcome of the challenge to his eligibility to serve per the AK State Constitution > it is doubtful. Good first step but full trial isn’t until December.


James Brooks :newspaper_roll: on Twitter: “An Anchorage judge has ruled that Wasilla Republican Rep. David Eastman is likely ineligible for public office but ordered that he remain on the state’s Nov. 8 election ballots, pending the result of a trial in December: https://t.co/L7Ut9ZqHoA #akleg #akelect https://t.co/lMxG8XvhcX” / Twitter

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. . . delay certification. Nice ironic twist.

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“Who is making that call?”

No one here is going to be surprised but fwiw, this Jan6 committee staffer advisor is on the record… now:

ETA: corrected job title–>
ETA: and again

Former senior technical adviser for the January 6 Committee, Denver Riggleman, said the White House switchboard connected a phone call to a Capitol rioter on January 6, 2021.

“You get a real ‘a-ha’ moment when you see that the White House switchboard had connected to a rioter’s phone while it’s happening,” Riggleman told 60 Minutes correspondent Bill Whitaker. “That’s a big, pretty big ‘a-ha’ moment.”

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Nice a-ha you got there, hope it turns into a gotcha.

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Rogue’s Gallery…

Etc., etc.

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I thought that name sounded familiar.

Riggleman had expressed interest in running for Governor in 2021 as an independent or third-party candidate, citing his belief that the Republican Party of Virginia is broken.[9]

In 2020, Riggleman released a book titled Bigfoot… It’s Complicated, and described himself as a “Bigfoot scholar.” Despite that, he does not believe in the creature’s existence.[15]

Making VA look good again…

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Good news.

And I guess when it comes to breaking laws, confusion is no better an excuse than ignorance.

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Because storming the White House would somehow be less of a crime than storming the capitol?

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Veterans fight fascism with special report on Patriot Front showing prosecutors how to go after them

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Very confusing. Trump still lived in the whitehouse at the time.

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Will be an interesting data point: recidivism rates of a pool of mostly well-off, mostly white people who commited a specific crime.

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He thought he was part of a rescue mission.

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Jan 6 grand jury, rather than the fake electors grand jury, I think. (Is there a documents grand jury yet?)

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