https://www.wsj.com/articles/oath-keepers-founder-to-be-sentenced-for-seditious-conspiracy-in-jan-6-attack-ca63206aOath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes Sentenced to 18 Years for Seditious ConspiracyFar-right leader gets longest prison term yet imposed over Jan. 6 attack on CapitolWASHINGTON—A federal judge sentenced Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes to 18 years in prison Thursday for plotting to forcefully prevent the peaceful transfer of presidential power, capping the seditious-conspiracy case against the far-right group’s leader with the stiffest punishment to date stemming from the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol.Judge Amit Mehta handed down the sentence at a federal courthouse just blocks from the Capitol after a more than three-hour hearing in which prosecutors underscored Rhodes’s role in orchestrating what they called an attack on democracy. In extended remarks, Mehta said it was clear that Rhodes “wanted the democracy in this country to devolve into violence.”“You, sir, present an ongoing threat and a peril to this country, to the republic and the very fabric of our democracy,” the judge said.Before issuing the sentence, Mehta sided with the Justice Department’s request to apply an enhanced terrorism penalty for Rhodes, saying the Oath Keepers leader had committed an offense against an “institution of American democracy at its most important moment—the transfer of power.”“That’s pretty significant,” the judge said. “That’s what the jury found, and I agree with them.” In a separate case earlier this month, Mehta, an Obama appointee, ordered a 14-year prison term that previously stood as the longest sentence in the wave of more than 1,000 prosecutions arising out of the Capitol attack.
>>1170847Wearing an orange prison jumpsuit and his signature black eye patch, Rhodes stood up during the hearing to deliver a defiant address railing against what he called the “systemic violence from the left” and efforts to “shut down the free speech” of former President Donald Trump’s supporters.“I’d like to start by saying that I’m a political prisoner, and like President Trump, my only crime is opposing those who are destroying our country,” Rhodes said.Rhodes went on to characterize his conviction as “preordained” and described others charged in connection with the Capitol attack as political prisoners who, he said, have been “grossly overcharged.”“It’s not going to help,” he said. “It’s not going to deter people.”Federal prosecutors had recommended a 25-year sentence for Rhodes, with assistant U.S. attorney Kathryn Rakoczy arguing Thursday that he oversaw a conspiracy to “intimidate and coerce” lawmakers who had gathered to certify President Joe Biden’s victory over Trump.“That is terrorism,” she said, “and it is conduct that threatened and continues to threaten the rule of law in the United States.”The seditious-conspiracy charge carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison, but Rhodes was convicted on other charges as well.
>>1170848Rhodes’s lawyers argued he should receive a so-called “time-served” sentence crediting him for the roughly 16 months he has already spent in custody.A Yale Law School graduate and former Army paratrooper, Rhodes founded the far-right Oath Keepers in 2009 and sought members with military or law-enforcement backgrounds. The group says its members are loyal to the U.S. Constitution rather than to any government leader. In 2013, Rhodes said he wanted to see a “restoration of the militia in this country.”Rhodes was convicted in late November of seditious conspiracy alongside another Oath Keepers member, Kelly Meggs, 54, who is set to be sentenced later on Thursday. The two stood trial alongside three other members of the Oath Keepers who were acquitted of seditious conspiracy but found guilty of other charges, including obstruction of an official proceeding, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.Following those guilty verdicts, four other Oath Keepers were convicted in January of seditious conspiracy, in a trial that similarly highlighted the far-right group’s role in the Capitol attack. Federal prosecutors presented evidence in both trials of Oath Keepers members advancing into the Capitol in a military-style “stack formation.” They also accused the group of stashing an arsenal of weapons at a hotel outside Washington for a so-called quick reaction force, which wasn’t ultimately summoned into the nation’s capital. Four more members of the group were convicted in March of lesser charges.
>>1170850Rhodes’s sentencing unfolded just weeks after a jury found former Proud Boys chairman Enrique Tarrio and three other members of that far-right group guilty of seditious conspiracy. In that trial, prosecutors alleged that Tarrio and his fellow Proud Boys plotted to keep Trump in power by mobilizing a violent mob to attack the Capitol. Tarrio is set to be sentenced on Aug. 30.SHARE YOUR THOUGHTSHow should people who took part in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol be held accountable? Join the conversation below.Rhodes was on the Capitol grounds but didn’t enter the building on Jan. 6, 2021. On the witness stand, he testified it was “stupid” for his group’s members to have done so while Congress gathered to certify the 2020 election results. At trial, his lawyer said his client engaged in bombastic rhetoric but never had an agreement with other Oath Keepers to interfere with members of Congress who had gathered on Jan. 6 for the ceremonial certification of President Biden’s election victory.In a 183-page court filing earlier this month, federal prosecutors underscored the heightened significance of the sentences for Rhodes and other members of the Oath Keepers, describing them as “unlike any of the hundreds of others who have been sentenced for their roles in the attack on the Capitol.”“These defendants played a central and damning role in opposing by force the government of the United States, breaking the solemn oath many of them swore as members of the United States Armed Forces,” prosecutors wrote.
>>1170851On Wednesday, police officers and congressional staffers came before the judge to deliver victim-impact statements ahead of Rhodes’s sentencing and those scheduled for other convicted Oath Keepers members. Rhodes looked on as they described how the Capitol attack has continued to haunt them more than two years since Jan. 6, 2021.Metropolitan Police Officer Christopher Owens recalled his wife bursting into tears at the sight of his “bruised, battered and bloodied” body after he returned home from defending the Capitol. Virginia Brown, 21, who worked as a Senate chamber assistant the day of the attack, remembered sprinting through the underground corridor of the Capitol, “praying to God that I wouldn’t encounter any insurrectionists.”In another victim-impact statement, Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn said a sense of dread had replaced the joy he once felt when coming to work. For him, Dunn said, the Capitol attack wasn’t left in the past but rather was a nightmare “replaying on a constant loop that never stops.”“It’s like I can never stop reliving the horrors of Jan. 6 in my head,” he said.
>Rhodes was on the Capitol grounds but didn’t enter the building on Jan. 6, 2021.So he literally didn't do anything but have the wrong opinion. >Rhodes stood up during the hearing to deliver a defiant address railing against what he called the “systemic violence from the left” and efforts to “shut down the free speech” of former President Donald Trump’s supporters.>“I’d like to start by saying that I’m a political prisoner, and like President Trump, my only crime is opposing those who are destroying our country,” Rhodes said.>Rhodes went on to characterize his conviction as “preordained” and described others charged in connection with the Capitol attack as political prisoners who, he said, have been “grossly overcharged.”Good for him. It seems quite a few people have made the same point at their trials and I'm glad they've done so. This is clearly a sham.
>>1170857>So he literally didn't do anything but have the wrong opinion.Actually the crime is seditious conspiracy, the thing he was charged with and found guilty of by a jury of his peers.
>>1170857look everyone, it's Q
>>1170867So true, if you plan a peaceful protest then that's seditious conspiracy, but if you just show up and start wilin' out, jookin' n' jiven', beatin' up whities for geo floyd o' some sheeeeeeeeeeeeet then it's social justice
>>1170877>So true, if you plan a peaceful protest then that's seditious conspiracyHe wasn't found guilty of planning a peaceful protest. He was found guilty of conspiring against the U.S. government. >but if you just show up and start wilin' out, jookin' n' jiven', beatin' up whities for geo floyd o' some sheeeeeeeeeeeeet then it's social justiceBeating people up is called assault. Burning down buildings and smashing property is called vandalism. These are also crimes and if you're caught doing them you should be charged and found guilty in a court of law, just like this guy was.
>>1170883>if you're caught doing themcrazy how anyone who wanted their elected representatives to listen to the grievances has been doxxed, investigated, and in most cases jailed, whereas masked thugs who terrorize whities never seem to "get caught"
>>1170877Nice larp, leftyshit
>>1170884a lie of epic proportions
>>1170884>crazy how anyone who wanted their elected representatives to listen to the grievances has been doxxed, investigated, and in most cases jailedThey weren't investigated or jailed for wanting their representatives to listen to their grievances. They were investigated and jailed for vandalism, trespassing, assaulting police officers and, in this case, seditious conspiracy. >whereas masked thugs who terrorize whities never seem to "get caught"Over 11,000 people were arrested during the BLM riots. Plenty of them were caught and plenty of them were doing the same pathetic "we're political prisoners" song and dance after being arrested for tossing firebombs and punching cops. Its a really sad, lazy cope.
He got off light. Hopefully this piece of shit dies in prisonThen right wingers post shit like this, and want us to pretend they aren't mentally incompetent.
>OP's comic>culttture.comIsn't that the website founded by Ali Alexander, that one right-winger that admitted to grooming kids? Why do conservatives try to fuck kids so much?
>>1170909"Count the votes"We did"Recount them.We did."Do it again"No."Do it or u r election frauds.'Fuck off.(And every time they get away with another round of this circle jerk, it costs the taxpayers more money.)
>>1170877>coups are a peaceful protestNo they are not, and the judge agreed.
>>1170884You're next chuddie
>>1170847Another victory for the jewdicial system and Our Democracy™
>>1170867What did he actually do to be charged with that crime?
>>1170946Government hating extremists aren't a part of the democracy.>>1171003https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/court-sentences-two-oath-keepers-leaders-seditious-conspiracy-and-other-charges-related-us>Rhodes and Meggs were found guilty on Nov. 29, 2022, following an eight-week trial and three days of deliberations. In addition to the seditious conspiracy charge, Rhodes was convicted of obstruction of an official proceeding and tampering with documents and proceedings. Meggs was also found guilty of conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, obstruction of an official proceeding, conspiracy to prevent an officer from discharging duties, and tampering with documents or proceedings.>According to the government’s evidence, the Oath Keepers are a large but loosely organized collection of individuals, some of whom are associated with militias. Following the Nov. 3, 2020, presidential election, Rhodes, Meggs, and others began plotting to oppose, by force, the lawful transfer of presidential power. Beginning in late December 2020, via encrypted and private communications applications, Rhodes, Meggs, and others coordinated and planned to travel to Washington, D.C., on or around Jan. 6, 2021, the date of the certification of the electoral college vote.
>The defendants also, collectively, employed a variety of manners and means, including: organizing into teams that were prepared and willing to use force and to transport firearms and ammunition into Washington, D.C.; recruiting members and affiliates; organizing trainings to teach and learn paramilitary combat tactics; bringing and contributing paramilitary gear, weapons, and supplies – including knives, batons, camouflaged combat uniforms, tactical vests with plates, helmets, eye protection, and radio equipment – to the Capitol grounds; breaching and attempting to take control of the Capitol grounds and building on Jan. 6, 2021, in an effort to prevent, hinder and delay the certification of the electoral college vote; using force against law enforcement officers while inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021; continuing to plot, after Jan. 6, 2021, to oppose by force the lawful transfer of presidential power, and using websites, social media, text messaging and encrypted messaging applications to communicate with each other and others.>On Jan. 6, 2021, a large crowd began to gather outside the Capitol perimeter as the Joint Session of Congress got under way at 1 p.m. Crowd members eventually forced their way through, up, and over U.S. Capitol Police barricades and advanced to the building’s exterior façade. Shortly after 2 p.m., crowd members forced entry into the Capitol by breaking windows, ramming open doors, and assaulting Capitol police and other law enforcement officers. At about this time, according to the government’s evidence, Rhodes entered the restricted area of the Capitol grounds and directed his followers to meet him at the Capitol.
>At approximately 2:30 p.m., according to the government’s evidence, Meggs, along with other Oath Keepers and affiliates – many wearing paramilitary clothing and patches with the Oath Keepers name, logo, and insignia – marched in a “stack” formation up the east steps of the Capitol, joined a mob, and made their way into the Capitol. Rhodes remained outside, coordinating activities.>While certain Oath Keepers members and affiliates breached the Capitol grounds and building, others remained stationed just outside of the city in quick reaction force (QRF) teams. According to the government’s evidence, the QRF teams were prepared to rapidly transport firearms and other weapons into Washington, D.C., in support of operations aimed at using force to stop the lawful transfer of presidential power.>Rhodes was arrested on Jan. 13, 2022, in Texas. Meggs was arrested on Feb. 17, 2021, in Florida. >The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia and the Justice Department’s National Security and Criminal Divisions are prosecuting the case. Valuable assistance was provided by numerous U.S. Attorneys’ Offices throughout the country.>The case is being investigated by the FBI Washington Field Office with valuable assistance provided by numerous FBI offices throughout the country, including the Dallas, Cincinnati, Tampa, Jacksonville, and Richmond Field Offices.>In the 28 months since Jan. 6, 2021, more than 1,000 individuals have been arrested in nearly all 50 states for crimes related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol, including more than 320 individuals charged with assaulting or impeding law enforcement. The investigation remains ongoing.
>>1171007>>1171009>>1171010>>1171007>all that greentext>None of it tells us what he actually did to be charged with that crime
>>1170847>18 years for trespassingmeanwhile it's less than 1/10 that for throwing a molotov cocktail at a police car:https://www.cnn.com/2022/11/18/us/lawyer-molotov-cocktail-protest-prison-sentence/index.html
>>1171007>Government hating extremists aren't a part of the democracy.Democracy is anti-democracy nowWar is peaceSlavery is freedom
>>1171013But it did tell you. Maybe when you graduate high school you will be smart enough to figure it out.
>>1171016The whole point of being an extremist is to not be a part of normal society because it's failed/ungodly/communist/whatever.
>18 years for hopping a red ropeso what kind of sentences are BLM getting for arson and looting
>>1171017I think if you actually could tell us You would do so
>>1171019>>While certain Oath Keepers members and affiliates breached the Capitol grounds and building, others remained stationed just outside of the city in quick reaction force (QRF) teams. According to the government’s evidence, the QRF teams were prepared to rapidly transport firearms and other weapons into Washington, D.C., in support of operations aimed at using force to stop the lawful transfer of presidential power.>hopping a red rope
>>1171020see >>1171009do you speak english?
>>1171023Can't you tell us?
>>1171025Four letters: coup
>>1171025>usWho is "us"?
>>1171026>Doubles down with vague/meaningless parroted response
>>1171029>pretending the coup didn't happenIs this some kind of weird retarded damage control?
>>1171028We the people who read this thread, Einstein
>>1171019see >>1171015BLM gets only 15 months for throwing a molotov cocktail on a police car.>>1171021>prepared to rapidly transport firearms and other weapons into Washington, D.Cand they did this? You have evidence that this actually happened?
>>1171031Everybody else gets why he was arrested except you genius.
>>1171030>Brain is now derailing in ignorance and fallacy
>>1171032>and they did this? You have evidence that this actually happened?You really aren't the sharpest knife in the drawer are you.>According to the government’s evidence, the QRF teams were prepared to rapidly transport firearms and other weapons into Washington, D.C., in support of operations aimed at using force to stop the lawful transfer of presidential power.>>1171035Keep trying to deflect and gaslight, it's hilarious.
>>1171033There are other people asking in this very thread, lying anon
>>1171026Sorry, not a coup.
>>1171036>Keep trying to deflect and gaslight, it's hilarious.Stop trying to strawman, it's retardedThe post I replied to derailed into ignorant fallacy
>>1171036"Did they do anything?">n-n-no but th-they were PREPARED to do it! Trust us they were totally going to do it! I'm a very sharp knife so believe me when I say they were totally prepared to do something bad even though they didn't!
>>1171038The court disagrees.>>1171039You're going to have to accept that The Oath Keepers are a terrorist organization one way or the other. The fact isn't going away because you don't like it.
>>1171041They had evidence presented at trial which was sufficient for a conviction. If you don't like it get the hell out of America.
>>1171042>Keeps deflecting with bullshit to get farther and farther away from "The question that will not be answered"
>>1171041>when I say they were totally prepared to do something bad even though they didn't!It's like when someone gets convicted of attempted murder instead of murder.
>>1171044You are part of an extremist minority who thinks it's bullshit. Everyone else in American society (99.999%) thinks it's a good thing. How does this make you feel?
>>1171043>the justice system is never corrupt or politicized at all!HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA! Holy shit, comments like yours remind me why the vast majority of under-25 year olds are leftists while most actual adults think you're a joke.I look forward to you growing the fuck up and realizing how cringy you were as a teenager
>>1171046>AGAIN deflecting with bullshit to get farther and farther away from "The question that will not be answered"
>>1171042>The court disagrees.Actually, they don't. Not a coup.
>>1171047yes I'm sure it was a massive deep state government conspiracy to railroad true patriots like Stewart "Kill em all" Rhodes. Jesus christ think before you post next time.
>>1171049His conviction for seditious conspiracy to undermine the government would seem to contradict your whining protestations.
>>1171050>yes I'm sure that the justice system is never corrupt or politicized at allraise the voting age to 25 so naive children like you can fuck off
>>1171050>Jesus christ think before you post next time.You have to feel like such a hypocrite saying that to themOr maybe not for ironic reasonYou sure seem to love making straw men
>>1171050>think before you post next time....says the kid who unironically believes the justice system is always right even in a very politicized case. You're an actual Communist aren't you? Come back when you've grown up
>>1171051A coup is sedition, but sedition is not always a coup. Verdict: Not a coup.
>>1171055>...says the kid who unironically believes the justice system is always right even in a very politicized case.What schizoid thought process led you to extract this fictional narrative from any post I have made ITT?>>1171056That's great you can send a letter to Stewie in prison telling him that.
>>1171058>What schizoid thought process led you to extract this fictional narrative from any post I have made ITT?Holy shit the irony Learn to read and stop being the most retardedI can clearly see where they got that impression from the post chain
>>1171058probably the part where you said that this is the correct verdict because the justice system made this verdict. You fucking idiot teenager.>inb4 NOOOO you can't call teenagers out for their stupidity this is why idiot teens like me don't vote for you!kys
>>1171060I never said that. This lashing out you're doing right now is such a weird coping mechanism.
>>1171058I'm sure he'll rest easy knowing he wasn't convicted for involvement in a coup. Sorry, no coup today.
>>1171059I'm sorry your thought leader is going to prison, Anon. Does that make it better?>>1171063He's going to be Tyrone's 4th wife so I doubt he'll think about it at all.
>>1171065>Pathetically makes another strawmanDo you actually intend to look deranged and brainless?
>>1171062See >>1171043But you already forgot about that because Tik Tok rotted your brain and you don't have any attention span
>>1171068Nothing I say is going to unconvict the coup leader, Anon. Keep coping any way you can.
>>1171071>Nothing I say is going to make me seem like I have any brain to understand logical thinking or anything people say to me in this thread
>>1171075You're right that I don't understand your mental illness filled rants against things you can't change.
>>1171078>>Pathetically makes YET ANOTHER strawman I suppose you keep repeating this same retardation to get farther and farther away from "The question that will not be answered"
>>1171080You can read the DOJ press release where they explicitly go over each of the charges yourself, but you choose not to because it traumatizes you.
>>1171081>>Pathetically makes YET ANOTHER strawman AGAINYup
You gotta be gentle with Republicunts, they're having a bad time lately>Trump became a senile rambling rapist>DeSantis is a flop with no charisma or winning streak>Their House Reps are getting cold feet about deliberately crashing the economy>Comer keeps having to admit he has less and less on Hunter Bidenif things get any worse they may start killing themselvesplease, please get worse for them
>>1171094None of those things happened.
>>1171083How so? Explain where you see the strawman and what the strawman might be. (there is no strawman, you're using a buzzword incorrectly)
>>1171094>>Their House Reps are getting cold feet about deliberately crashing the economyThey're having cold feet about stealing credit from Biden for crashing the economy?
>>1171163Biden didn't cause Trump's pandemic. Biden wasn't in office when they gave away the stimulus checks.
>>1171170>Biden didn't cause Trump's pandemicYou mean the Wuhan Flu? That killed more people under Biden than Trump?>Biden wasn't in office when they gave away the stimulus checks.Yes he was. Biden was also the only President to promise stimulus checks and then only deliver on some of the money promised. Biden was also in office when he cancelled the Keystone XL pipeline and caused gas prices to increase so hard that it caused a runaway inflation effect across the globe
>>1171174>That killed more people under Biden than Trump?sounds like trump could've gotten it under control but didn't. and there's plenty of evidence that he was aware of how dangerous it was but lied to the public>Biden was also in office when he cancelled the Keystone XL pipelinecorporate dicksucking whataboutism isn't what we're talking about right now
>>1171174>You mean the The Wuhan FluNo I mean the Trump Virus.>That killed more people under Biden than Trump?Why didn't Trump stop it before it got that bad? Oh that's right, he wanted poor people to die.
>>1171174>Yes he was. Biden was also the only President to promise stimulus checks Jesus christ you have the memory of a goldfish. Trump issued the first TWO batches of stimulus checks.
>>1171176>sounds like Biden could've gotten it under control but didn'tFTFY>and there's plenty of evidence that he was aware of how dangerous it was but lied to the publicDid he lie about masks working? Did he lie about the vaccine preventing transmission?Did he lie about the vaccinated not needing a mask?Did he lie about the vaccine not causing myocarditis?>corporate dicksucking whataboutism isn't what we're talking about right nowWe're talking about the economy crashing and how Biden is responsible for it. Causing gas prices to spike with climate hokum policies and the resulting runaway inflation is 100% Biden's fault. Things aren't whataboutisms just because they make you uncomfortable anon.
>>1171182>>sounds like Biden could've gotten it under control but didn'twell, considering the pandemic ended under biden, i suppose he got it under control, didn't he>more whataboutismgod you people are insufferable
>>1171178>No I mean the Trump Virus.So the Wuhan Flu, got it.>Why didn't Trump stop it before it got that bad? Why didn't Democrats let him close the border to China when he wanted?>Oh that's right, he wanted poor people to die.Didn't he accelerate the first vaccine while Democrats sat around crying racism? Thats right, he did>>1171180>Trump issued the first TWO batches of stimulus checks.And all the money he promised was issued. Biden promised his own stimulus checks and... how much of the money he originally promised was paid out people? Less than the initial amount promised, right?>Jesus christ you have the memory of a goldfish. Now's the part where you try to tell us there were no lockdowns, right?
>>1171183>more people die under Biden than Trump>covid finally ran its course and is here to stay>this means Biden stopped covidLmao>REEEEEE IT'S WHATABOUTISM>No it's not>REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEThank you for conceding, I'm glad you agree with me that the economy crashing is 100% Biden's fault
>>1171185>switching to allcaps modeLook out anons he's gonna blow!
>>1171185>more people die under Biden than Trumpif you don't understand how exponential growth works in epidemiology, and why that fact implicates trump, you probably aren't qualified to have this discussion>all caps screechinginsufferable
>>1171186>he still thinks all caps takes effortI'm glad to know it's so easy to trigger youinb4>REEEEEEEE IM NOT TRIGGERED YOU ARE REEEEEEEE>>1171188>if you don't understand how exponential growth works in epidemiologyIf you don't understand how more people dying under Biden with the vaccine present is worse, then under Trump with no vaccine, you're simply retarded.>samefag whining about all capsAnd now we watch the IP counter and laugh at you>REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
>>1171191you really don't get it. have fun melting down, i'm done with you
>>1171193>REEEEEE I'M DONE WITH YOU>Okay, you're still wrong>REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEWho would have thought caps lock was cruise control for making libshits melt down
>>1171137>Explain where you see the strawman and what the strawman might beTrying to refute an argument by making up a totally false one and lying to misrepresent the other person is a strawman>You can read the DOJ press release where they explicitly go over each of the charges yourself, but you choose not to because it traumatizes you.That is a strawman Once again>there is no strawman, you're using a buzzword incorrectlyYou're ONCE AGAIN trying to refute an argument by making up Big Lies to misrepresent the other person
>>1171254Jesus just try one time to not sound like the crazy guy ranting on the streetcorner about imaginary injustices
>>1171293No, that only happens in your head.
>>1170847Q will break him out of prison in two weeks, troons will seethe. Trust the plan!
>>1171272That's exactly how you sound - you're making shit up with every post
>>1171331I haven't made up a single thing but have fun staying in denial.
>>1171366>No, you're the one who is making stuff up and in denial
>>1171804If all you're going to do is lie and falsely accuse the other poster of what you're doing, which has been done absolutely ad nauseam ITT, there can no reasoning or logic or truth with youYou're way too crazy being anti-intelligent and anti-truth
>18 years for Jan 6 protest>Didn’t even enter the buildingThis man is a political prisoner if there ever was one