The Destruction of the Conservative Movement and the America First Neo Nazi Party of the KKK | Measure 144 \~*~/ Missive #333 \~*~/

THE END OF DONALD TRUMP AND THE AMERICA FIRST NAZI PARTY OF THE KKK

Witnesses at the End of Donald Trump

and the America First Nazi Party of the KKK

 

The Truth Comes Out: and the Judgment Falls Upon Those Who Betrayed Their Oath

The End of the Obstruction by the GOP: Police Officer Fanone’s Statement

 

Police Officer Michael Fanone defends himself from charges he was an Antifa Terrorist

 

“He talks about sacrifices,” Gonell added..

“The only thing he has sacrificed is the institutions of the country and the country only for his ego, because he wants the job, but he doesn’t want to do the job. That’s a shame on him”

Sgt. Aquilino Gonell laid the blame for the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection squarely on the twice-impeached shoulder of former president Donald Trump.

The U.S. Capitol police officer testified before the a House select committee hearing on the assault, and Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) asked what he thought when he heard the former president describe the rioters as a “loving crowd” — and Gonell unloaded.

“It’s upsetting,” he said. “It’s a pathetic excuse for his behavior, for something that he himself helped to create, this monstrosity. I’m still recovering from those ‘hugs and kisses’ that day that he claimed that so many rioters, terrorists, were assaulting us that day. If that was hugs and kisses, we should all go to his house and do the same thing to him. To me, it’s insulting, it’s demoralizing, because everything that we did was to prevent everyone in the Capitol from getting hurt. What he was doing, instead of sending the military, instead of sending the support or telling his people, his supporters to stop this nonsense, he egged them to continue fighting.”

The rioters were clearly Trump supporters,

despite what the ex-president and some of his allies say.

“I was on the lower west terrace fighting alongside these officers,” Gonell said. “All of them, all of them were telling us. It was not Antifa, it was not Black Lives Matter, it was not the FBI. It was his supporters that he sent over to the Capitol that day. He could have done a lot of things. One is to tell them to stop.”

Washington Post calls on Democrats to subpoena Ivanka Trump

 

Washington Post calls on Democrats to subpoena Ivanka Trump

The Washington Post editorial board is calling on the Democrats’ January 6 select committee to subpoena Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump, his son-in-law Jared Kushner, and former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.

“Top of the list is precisely what then-President Donald Trump did before, during and after the attack,”

they wrote in a Tuesday op-ed.

“How did he prepare his speech preceding the insurrection, in which he told the crowd to fight? What did he anticipate his audience’s reaction would be? When did he know the pro-Trump mob was threatening the Capitol?”

The board added: “Answering such questions calls for subpoenaing former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows; Mr. Trump’s daughter Ivanka and her husband, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner; and other White House aides with useful information.”

According to a forthcoming book by the Washington Post journalists Carol D. Leonnig and Philip Rucker, Ivanka Trump attempted to calm the former president down on the day of January 6, encouraging him to call off the violent riot – a request Trump repeatedly rebuffed.

“I’m going down to my dad. This has to stop,” she reportedly told her aides while spending “several hours walking back and forth” from the Oval Office in an effort to defuse the situation.

In their op-ed, the Post’s editorial board also called on the select committee to investigate a number of top Trump allies in Congress, including Reps. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., Mo Brooks, R-Ala., Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, and Sen. Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala, all of whom, the Post reports, may have interacted with Trump on the day of the insurrection. McCarthy, who voted in favor of overturning the 2020 election, has been adamantly opposed to the Democratic-backed select committee and has often downplayed Trump’s role in the insurgency. However, back in February, just a month after the riot, CNN reported that Trump and McCarthy had gotten into a “shouting match” over the former president’s refusal to tell the rioters to stand down.

“Well, Kevin,” Trump told McCarthy over the phone. “I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are.”

“Who the f–k do you think you are talking to?” the lawmaker responded.

CNN also reported that Rep. Tuberville spoke with Trump on the day of the riot, calling the former president via phone to announce that Mike Pence, the former vice president, had been evacuated in time to avoid the violent horde.

The phone call has since come under scrutiny in the light of Trump’s tweet attacking Pence less than ten minutes after the call.

It’s not clear whether Rep. Brooks spoke with Trump on the day of the riot. However, the Alabama lawmaker did deliver a White House-approved speech during the “Stop the Steal” rally just outside the Capitol building, where he bandied Trump’s election lies and told Trump’s supporters: “Today is the day American patriots start taking down names.”

Brooks has since personally disavowed the riot, directly attributing Trump for inciting the violence on January 6.

The Post’s editorial board also argued that lawmakers should put the leaders of far-right extremists groups on the stand – particularly leaders “at the center of the violence” – as well as

Justice Department and Capitol Police officials who “failed to anticipate the riot.”

Months after the riot, it was reported in various media that the Pentagon had denied multiple requests to deploy the National Guard, even as the chaos was unfolding. Capitol Police also reportedly had extensive intelligence that there would be violence on January 6, but the former Capitol Police chief dismissed the concerns as alarmist.

WATCH: DC cop reveals how pro-Trump mob tried to ‘convert us to their cult’ during the Capitol insurrection

A District of Columbia police officer repeatedly expressed his astonishment that Donald Trump rioters tried to convince law enforcement to join their effort to overturn the election.

Officer Daniel Hodges, of Metropolitan police, testified Tuesday before a U.S. House committee on the Jan. 6 insurrection, where he vividly described the violence he endured and the apparent surprise the rioters felt when officers tried to stop them from blocking the electoral certification.

“As we came close to the terrorist our line was divided and we came under attack,” Hodges testified. “A man attempted to rip the baton from my hands and we wrestled for control. I retained my weapon, he yelled at me, ‘You’re on the wrong team.’ Cut off from my leadership, which is at the front of our formation, we huddled up and assessed the threat surrounding us.

One man tried and failed to build a rapport with me, shouting, ‘Are you my brother?’ Another shouting, ‘You will die on your knees.’”

Hodges described the surreal array of flags the rioters carried as they violently stormed the building.

“The sea of people was punctuated throughout by flags, mostly variations of American flags and Trump flags,” he said. “There was Gadsden flags — it was clear the terrorists perceived themselves to be Christians. I saw the Christian flag directly to my front, another read ‘Jesus is my savior, Trump is my president.’ Another, ‘Jesus is king.’ One flag read, ‘Don’t give up the ship.’ Another had cross-rifles beneath a skull emblazoned with the pattern of the American flag. To my perpetual confusion I saw the ‘thin blue line’ flag, the symbol of support for law enforcement, more than once being carried by the terrorists as they ignored our commands and continued to assault us.”

Hodges told lawmakers that Trump supporters blasted police with chemical irritants, including wasp spray, and demanded officers join their violent assault.

“The terrorists alternated between attempt to go break our defense and shouting at or attempting to convert us,” Hodges said. “Men alleging to be veterans told us how they had fought for this country and were fighting for it again. One man tried to start a chant of ‘four more years.’ Another shouted do not attack us, we are not Black Lives Matter, as if political affiliation is how we determine when to use force.

A man in a QAnon hoodie explained, ‘This is the time to choose which side of history to be on.’ A man whose shirt read ‘God, guns and Trump’ stood behind him silently holding a Trump flag. A new man came to the front and fixated on me, telling me to take off my gear and give it to him to show solidarity with ‘we the people’ or ‘we’re going to run over you,’ his voice cracked with the strain and volume of the stress.”

He continued, ‘Do you think your little pea shooter guns are going to stop this crowd?’” he added. “‘No, we’re going in that building.’ Eventually there was a surge in the crowd, the fence buckled and broke apart and we were unable to hold the line.”

Hodges said he and other officers were forced to retreat into the Capitol, where Trump supporters continued to alternately batter them and ask them to switch sides.

Eventually it was my turn in the meat grinder that was the front line,” he testified. “The terrorists had a wall of shield they had stolen from officers as well as stolen batons and what other arms they brought. Even during this intense contest of wills they tried to convert us to their cult. One man shouted, ‘We all just want to make our voices heard, and I think you feel the same. I think you really feel the same.’”

“All while another man attempts to batter us with a stolen shield,” he added. “Another man like many others didn’t seem to appreciate that this wasn’t a game. He fought his way across the lawn, up the steps, through the western terrace, all the OC and CS gas and, at the front line of this final threshold, was asking us to hold on because he had asthma.”

DOJ delivers a 'significant' blow to Trump as Capitol riot hearings open

 

Former president Donald Trump’s alleged efforts to get Justice Department officials to overturn the results of the 2020 election constitute an “extraordinary circumstance” and are not protected by executive privilege, the DOJ wrote in a letter this week.

In the letter obtained by the New York Times, the DOJ advised officials who served in the Trump administration that they can give “unrestricted testimony” to committees investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection, including the House panel that will meet for the first time Tuesday.

“The decision runs counter to the views of former President Donald J. Trump, who has argued that his decisions and deliberations are protected by executive privilege,” the Times reported. “It also sets up a potential court battle if Mr. Trump sues in a bid to block any testimony.

Trump’s supporters have argued that “executive privilege” applies to the former president’s communications, but others say it’s a matter of “settled law” that executive privilege doesn’t apply to extraordinary circumstances. In this case, the Times notes, Trump “pressured DOJ officials overturn the results of the election, asking them to open investigations into claims of vote tampering that investigators said they had already looked into and determined to be untrue.”

Bradley Weinsheimer, a top ranking career official in the deputy attorney general’s office, noted in the letter that Trump was attempting to use the DOJ to advance his “personal political interests.”

“The extraordinary events in this matter constitute exceptional circumstances warranting an accommodation to Congress,” Weinsheimer wrote.

Andy Wright, who served as associate counsel to former President Barack Obamasaid the DOJ’s decision was “a significant development.”

“A really important move by DOJ to start walking back the previous administration’s overly broad executive privilege claims. Keep it coming,” added MSNBC analyst Matthew Miller.

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