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no violence occurred in annual lobby day protest in Virginia

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https://www.foxnews.com/us/armed-protesters-gather-in-richmond-support-2nd-amendment-rights-on-lobby-day
>armed protesters gathered in Richmond today to protest against tyrant Ralph Northam. Northam, governor of Virginia, is best known for his love of wearing blackface and his hatred of minorities being able to protect themselves. Pic related, it is Northam. Is he the one wearing black face or is he the one dressed in the Klan robe? No one knows, but really is either of them any better?

Shit got leaked

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Fundraiser to push button at Trump Plaza demolition canceled after owner objects

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https://www.nj.com/atlantic/2021/01/fundraiser-to-push-button-at-trump-plaza-demo-canceled-after-owner-objects.html

Pushing the button to implode the Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City will no longer be up for auction, after the building’s current owners objected, those involved told NJ Advance Media.

The auction was canceled after lawyers for IEP AC Plaza LLC, a subsidiary company of Ichan Enterprises, which owns the building, said they were unaware of the fundraiser and demanded it stop, Joseph Bodnar, owner of Bodnar’s Auction, said Monday morning.

“I said, well, this is news to me because we were led to believe by the mayor’s office that this was all copacetic, and we never even thought to reach out to find out any information on like, what the legalities are,” Bodnar said.

Ichan Enterprises cited safety concerns for wanting to nix the fundraiser, Bodnar said, and were unwilling to find a compromise.

“All we need is someone to be there on a walkie-talkie to give us a countdown so the person can push a fake button and make it feel like they’re actually pushing the button— we weren’t asking for them to push the actual detonator or anything of that nature,” Bodnar said.

Play with assholes, get fucked in the ass. No refunds.

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https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jan/16/nra-donor-bankruptcy-dave-dellaquila-wayne-lapierre

Major NRA donor to challenge gun group's bankruptcy over alleged fraud

Complaint could stop top NRA executives from discharging a substantial portion of the organisation’s debts


A major donor to the National Rifle Association is poised to challenge key aspects of the gun group’s bankruptcy filing, in an attempt to hold executives accountable for allegedly having defrauded their members of millions of dollars to support their own lavish lifestyles.

Dave Dell’Aquila, a former tech company boss who has donated more than $100,000 to the NRA, told the Guardian on Saturday he was preparing to lodge a complaint in US bankruptcy court in Dallas, Texas. If successful, it could stop top NRA executives discharging a substantial portion of the organisation’s debts.
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It could also stop Wayne LaPierre, the NRA’s controversial longtime chief executive, avoiding ongoing lawsuits that allege he defrauded the pro-gun group’s members to pay for luxury travel to the Bahamas and Europe and high-end Zegna suits.

LaPierre has denied the allegations of financial impropriety, insisting in a letter to NRA members that the group is “well-governed, financially solvent and committed to good governance”.

Dell’Aquila’s complaint, likely to be brought within the next few weeks, would use a provision of the bankruptcy code to prevent the NRA from sidestepping more than $60m of debt on grounds it was improperly incurred. The law stipulates that debts acquired through malfeasance can be deemed by the court to be an exception to bankruptcy arrangements.
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BLM activist inside Capitol claims he was 'documenting' riots

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>theeeeeeeeeeeeeere goes the narrative......

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/anti-trump-activist-entered-capitol-wednesday

John Sullivan has previously called for 'revolution' and to 'rip Trump' out of his office.
An anti-Trump activist who once said he wanted to "rip" the president out of office entered the Capitol Building Wednesday alongside a mob of pro-Trump protesters, but he said he was just there to "document" it.

"There’s this narrative going around right now that Antifa was the people there causing the riots, causing the tension, they were the only people breaking into the Capitol, and I wanted to be able to tell a part of history and show that that was anything but the case," John Sullivan, the founder of Utah-based Insurgence USA, told Fox News Thursday.

Insurgence USA describes itself as "the revolution." It began protesting racial injustice in policing last year following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody.

In August 2020 remarks to a small crowd at a Washington, D.C., intersection, Sullivan pointed to the nearby White House and unleashed a torrent of violent rhetoric. "We ... about to burn this s--- down," he said. "We gotta ... rip Trump right out of that office right there," he continued, adding, "We ain't about ... waiting until the next election." He then led the crowd in a chant of, "It's time for revolution." Video of his remarks, which include graphic language, can be found here.Sullivan told Fox News he didn’t notice other activists inside the building. But he added that he couldn’t know for sure without speaking to everyone individually.
"As far as being able to understand who is in the crowd, based on being around protests a lot … I didn’t see any people who were originally at BLM protests," he said.Sullivan says he was standing near Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt when she was shot and killed in the Capitol, and video appears to show him on the scene.
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Nooo not the narrative! Fursuit NYC man arrested inside Capitol building is a registered DEMOCRAT

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NYC man arrested on Capitol riot charges freed on $100K bond

NEW YORK (AP) — The son of a New York City judge who was arrested by the FBI on charges that he was among the protesters who stormed the U.S. Capitol was ordered Tuesday by a different judge to stay away from Washington.

Aaron Mostofsky, 34, was picked up at his brother’s home in Brooklyn on Tuesday morning, about a week after he was seen inside the Capitol wearing a fur costume and a police vest he is accused of stealing during the mayhem.

At a teleconference hearing in federal court in Brooklyn, Mostofsky’s lawyer argued that the evidence didn’t back up the accusations. Mostofsky was released on $100,000 bond but banned from traveling Washington except for purposes of prosecution of his case there.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Josh Hafetz told a magistrate judge in Brooklyn federal court that the government would agree to Mostofsky’s release even though it was “deeply troubled by the conduct of the defendant” in a “mob attack.”

The charges include a felony count of theft of government property — a bulletproof police vest worth $1,905 and a riot shield valued at $265.

Court papers show how investigators are combing through internet communications to identify alleged offenders like Mostofsky, who referred to himself as a “caveman” eager to protest the presidential election results.

FBI agents were seen on a social media clip posted Tuesday appearing to remove part of his fur getup from the residence where he was arrested.

Mostofsky’s unusual garb made him stand out from the crowd of camouflage-wearing, flag-waving marauders. At one point, he was photographed sitting on a bench near the Senate chamber holding a stick and the riot shield, which he said he picked up off the floor.

https://apnews.com/article/aaron-mostofsky-100k-bond-capitol-riots-be62a48e605c8916c5183e70bd6e3a25
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Twitter bans Trump, but left-wing activist charged in Capitol riot still active on platform

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https://www.foxnews.com/politics/left-wing-activist-charged-in-capitol-riot-still-allowed-on-twitter-youtube

Remember kids: Piss off the shills by NEVER using the N word, (using the N word gets you an auto ban), and ONLY commenting on articles the shills are trying to bury. The shills want their woke, tranny smooching, AOC loving, illiberal-left shit at the top of the list. help the shill threads die by using sage and / or not commenting, These paid Shareblue shill pussy fucks are trying to control /news.

A left-wing activist charged for his alleged participation in the Capitol Hill riot maintains control of his Twitter and YouTube accounts, Fox News has learned.

John Sullivan, 26, recorded an up-close video of a woman’s fatal shooting during the Jan. 6 Capitol siege and can allegedly be heard egging on protesters in a video he shared on his YouTube and Twitter accounts under the pseudonym Jayden X.

Sullivan is accused of taking part and encouraging rioters as they swept through the building. He allegedly wore a gas mask and had a knife at the time of the siege, court papers show. He can be heard telling rioters that "We got to get this s--- burned," and "it’s our house m------------," according to an affidavit signed by FBI Special Agent Matthew Foulger.
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Trump will leave office with his lowest approval rating ever.

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https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/16/us/politics/trump-approval-rating.html

Throughout four years of scandals and investigations, President Trump has maintained an approval rating that rarely budged from a 10-point band between 35 and 45 percent. Nothing he could say, do or tweet appeared to dramatically change public opinion of him.

But the events of Jan. 6 — when a violent mob of Trump supporters incited by the president stormed the Capitol — appear to have damaged him in his final days in office in a way that finally moved the needle.

Mr. Trump is set to depart office on Wednesday with an approval rating of 29 percent, the lowest of his presidency, according to a new poll from the Pew Research Center.

About 75 percent of the public said Mr. Trump bore some responsibility for the violence and destruction of Jan. 6, which put the lives of the vice president and members of Congress at risk and resulted in five deaths, according to the survey.

And his behavior since the election — a period during which he has repeatedly tried to contest his loss, relied on conspiracy theorists for advice, encouraged supporters who do not view President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. as legitimate, and refused to concede — has cost Mr. Trump support even with those individuals who have loyally supported him up until now.

According to Pew, the share of his supporters who described his conduct as “poor” has doubled, from 10 percent to 20 percent, over the past two months.

Mr. Biden, in contrast, has benefited from how he has handled the transition period. About 64 percent of voters said they had a positive opinion of his conduct since the November election. The majority of voters said they also approved of his cabinet selections.
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Far Right Wing Propaganda Site Breitbart Plunges Into Their Own Civil War Over Trump's Failed Coup

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https://www.thedailybeast.com/breitbart-staffers-clashed-over-blaming-trump-for-capitol-riot-leaked-chats-show

Editors and reporters at the staunchly pro-Trump conservative outlet Breitbart News privately clashed over whether President Donald Trump was to blame for last week’s deadly Capitol riot, according to internal messages reviewed by The Daily Beast.

“I am just not feeling charitable AT ALL,” international news editor Frances Martel posted to Slack the morning after the rioting that left five people dead, including a police officer. “Destroy Trump.”

Martel lamented that Trump’s support for the MAGA mob had undone a decade’s worth of conservative politics, leaving the Republican Party “in shambles” and dimming the right-wing movement’s prospects.

“He set us back like 10 years,” Martel wrote. “We have worked so hard to promote our values, values that made him president when he hawked them, and now he does this, leaving everything in shambles? Nah, destroy him. Let it be a lesson to every other ‘populist.’”

Breitbart, like other outlets closely tied to Trump, has shied away from ever directly criticizing him, especially for his election-fraud lies and heated rhetoric leading up to the deadly riot. But the internal chat messages demonstrate that anger over the outgoing president’s role in inciting the MAGA mob has reached even the Trumpiest strongholds of right-wing media.

“I do blame Trump for all of this,” wrote senior editor-at-large Rebecca Mansour at one point, before referring to rioter Ashli Babbitt, a QAnon supporter who was fatally shot by Capitol police as she attempted to break into the Speaker’s Lobby. “Her death is on him as far I’m concerned.”

“[Trump] and the campaign also gave legitimacy to Lin Wood and others who were far more explicit in riling people up,” Breitbart reporter Chris Tomlinson added at another point.
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Woman Arrested For Impersonating Officer, Fleeing Police At Capitol Checkpoint

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https://wjla.com/news/local/connecticut-woman-63-arrested-for-impersonating-an-officer-at-inauguration-checkpoint

A woman has been arrested by D.C. police for the false impersonation of an officer, failure to obey an officer and fleeing from a law enforcement officer at an Inauguration checkpoint.

Police say 63-year-old Linda MaGovern, of Connecticut, approached the perimeter checkpoint at First and Columbus Circle NE on Saturday around 8:45 a.m.

She was, according to the incident report, "displaying a round metallic object later identified as a Military Police Challenge Coin" and "stated she was a law enforcement officer and a part of the presidential cabinet."

Police say she was told to park her car, turn it off and to show her driver's license. At that point, they say, she began to drive forward. Officers say they told her to stop, but she fled northbound on Columbus Circle NE. Eventually, she was stopped on Massachusettes Avenue and placed under arrest.

She was transported to United Medical Center for evaluation and then to the United States Capitol Police Department at 119 D Street for processing.

Security in D.C. has intensified severely ahead of Inauguration Day. Tall fencing surrounds the U.S. Capitol, the National Mall is closed to the general public, and Mayor Muriel Bowser asked people not to visit. Some 25,000 National Guard troops from around the country were due in the city by early in the week.

On Friday, a Virginia man was also arrested after being stopped at a checkpoint with an unregistered gun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition.
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