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Democrat RACIST Eugene “Bull” Connor (1897 – 1973)

Posted by FactReal on March 10, 2021

Meet “Bull” Connor (1897 – 1973)

– Racist, segregationist, Democrat
– Famous for ordering the use of police dogs and fire hoses to disperse civil rights demonstrators in Birmingham (Alabama, 1963).
– Long political career as a Democrat:
— Delegate to four Democratic National Conventions (1948, 1956, 1964, and 1968)
— State of Alabama Congressman (1935-1937)
— Birmingham Commissioner of Public Safety (1937-1952, 1957-1963)
— President of Alabama Public Service Commission (1965-1972)

Democrat Racist Eugene Bull Connor 1960 Alabama

Most famous for his staunch defense of racial segregation and for ordering the use of police dogs and fire hoses to disperse civil rights demonstrators in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963.

– Defended racial segregation.
– Sometimes flamboyant white supremacist.
– Remembered today as an icon of racial intolerance.
– Most famous for: ordering the use of police dogs and fire hoses to disperse civil rights demonstrators in Birmingham during the spring of 1963.

— In 1963. Martin Luther King Jr., in cooperation with local civil rights leaders, led demonstrations in Birmingham against racial segregation.
— Connor as Birmingham’s commissioner of public safety, ordered Birmingham police officers and firemen to use dogs and high-pressure water hoses against demonstrators.
— Images of the resulting mayhem appeared on television and in newspapers throughout the country and helped to shift public opinion in favor of national civil-rights legislation.
— Images of the demonstrations are still regularly broadcast and published and have helped cement Connor and Birmingham as symbols of racial intolerance.

– Connor protected Klansmen who committed racial violence, including bombings.
– In 1961, he ordered Birmingham police to stay away from the Trailways bus station while Klansmen attacked the Freedom Riders, a group of civil rights activists who were touring the South to protest segregation.
– Closed city parks to prevent desegregation.
– Connor was unrepentant and never repudiated his defense of racial segregation.

Connor held a variety of public offices over four decades:
– In 1934, Connor entered the Democratic primary race for a seat in the Alabama House of Representatives. Connor served in the legislature from 1935 to 1937.
– In 1937, Connor was elected Birmingham’s commissioner of public safety, a position that gave him administrative authority over the police and fire departments, schools, the public health service, and libraries.
– He won reelection to the city commission in 1941, 1945, and 1949.
– Connor served as a delegate to four Democratic National Conventions (1948, 1956, 1964, and 1968).
– In 1950, Connor ran unsuccessfully for governor and then returned to his work as a commissioner.
– In 1960, Connor was elected Alabama’s Democratic National Committeeman
– In 1962 he ran another unsuccessful campaign for governor.
– Connor filed a legal challenge to the change in city government and remained in office until May 1963.
– After leaving office in Birmingham, Connor was elected to two terms as president of the Alabama Public Service Commission (1964-73), the state agency that regulates utilities.

Democrat Bull Connor used fire hoses & police dogs to quell Civil Rights demonstrations

From video: “In 1963, under orders by city commissioner Eugene “Bull” Connor, Birmingham Alabama City Police used fire hoses and police dogs against children and adults engaged in nonviolent protests against segregation. The demonstrations were part of Martin Luther King Junior’s Birmingham campaign. Television news coverage of the attacks by police sparked mass nationwide protests.”

Democrat Bull Connor, 1963: “You’ve got to keep your white and the black separate.”

Encyclopedia of Alabama | Archive
PBS: Meet the Players: Other Figures
Library of Congress
Birmingham Public Library
Birmingham Public Library – Civil Rights


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Fake Trump Supporters & Provocateurs at Jan. 6 Capitol Riot: Analyst

Posted by FactReal on March 1, 2021

This a great eyewitness account of the January 6th Capitol breach from a senior analyst for strategy at the Center for Security Policy with experience in political and psychological warfare, J. Michael Waller:

Via Center for Security Policy: ‘Covert Cadre: What I saw leading up to the US Capitol attack’
Reprinted by The Federalist: ‘I Saw Provocateurs At The Capitol Riot On Jan. 6’


The deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol bore the markings of an organized operation planned well in advance of the Jan. 6 joint session of Congress.

A small number of cadre appeared to use the cover of a huge rally to stage its attack. Before it began, I saw from my vantage point on the West Front of the Capitol what appeared to be four separate cells or units:

1. Plainclothes militants. Militant, aggressive men in Donald Trump and MAGA gear at a front police line at the base of the temporary presidential inaugural platform;

2. Agents-provocateurs. Scattered groups of men exhorting the marchers to gather closely and tightly toward the center of the outside of the Capitol building and prevent them from leaving;

3. Fake Trump protesters. A few young men wearing Trump or MAGA hats backwards and who did not fit in with the rest of the crowd in terms of their actions and demeanor, whom I presumed to be Antifa or other leftist agitators; and

4. Disciplined, uniformed column of attackers. A column of organized, disciplined men, wearing similar but not identical camouflage uniforms and black gear, some with helmets and GoPro cameras or wearing subdued Punisher skull patches.

All of these cells or groups stood out from the very large crowd by their behavior and overall demeanor. However, they did not all appear at the same time. Not until the very end did it appear there was a prearranged plan to storm the Capitol building, and to manipulate the unsuspecting crowd as cover and as a follow-on force.


Fake Trump Protesters

A very few didn’t share the jovial, friendly, earnest demeanor of the great majority. Some obviously didn’t fit in.

Among them were younger twentysomethings wearing new Trump or MAGA hats, often with the visor in the back, showing no enthusiasm and either looking at the ground, glowering, or holding out their phones with outstretched arms to make videos of as many faces as possible in the crowd.

Some appeared awkward, the way someone’s body language inadvertently shows the world that he feel like he doesn’t fit in. A few seemed to be nursing a deep, churning rage.

They generally covered their faces with cloth masks, as opposed to the pro-Trump people, few of whom wore masks at all. They walked, often hands in pockets, in clusters of perhaps four to six with at least one of them frequently looking behind.

These outliers group looked like trouble. I presumed these fake Trump protesters were Antifa or something similar.

Uniformed, Disciplined Column of Attackers

A second outlier group also stood out. While many marchers wore military camouflage shirts, jackets, or pants of various patterns and states of wear and in all shapes and sizes, here and there one would see people of a different type: Wiry young men in good physical condition dressed neatly in what looked like newer camouflage uniforms with black gear, subdued patches including Punisher skulls, and helmets.

They showed tidiness and discipline. They strode instead of walked, moving at a more rapid pace than most of the people, sometimes breaking into a short jog, and generally keeping to the left side of Constitution Avenue in pairs of two or small groups of three. Unlike others in old military clothes who tended to be affable and talkative, these sullen men seemed not to speak to anyone at all. As we would see, they were the disciplined, uniformed column of attackers.

Uniformed, Disciplined Cadre Assembles for Attack

Then, from the north, a column of uniformed, agile younger men walked briskly, single-file, toward the inaugural stand. They came within two feet of me. Their camouflage uniforms were clean, neat, and with a pattern I couldn’t identify.

Some had helmets and GoPro cameras. Some uniforms bore subdued insignia, including the Punisher skull. These were the disciplined, uniformed column of attackers. I had seen them in groups of two or three among the marchers on Connecticut Avenue from the Ellipse.

Now there were a good three dozen of them, moving in a single, snakelike formation. They were organized. They were disciplined. They were prepared.

“We’re taking the Capitol!” the first or second announced.

Plainclothes: Police Fire Tear Gas at Their Supporters not the plainclothes militants

Then something happened at the front of the crowd, as if a champagne cork popped to release pent-up human energy. It seemed like a scuffle…For a few seconds I saw what looked like police in a tussle with some of the marchers up front—what appeared to be an organized group in civilian clothes. This organized group are the cell I call the “plainclothes militants.” They fit right in with the MAGA people.

Suddenly energy surged from the front of the crowd as the anti-riot police, above on the inaugural platform, visibly tensed up. Some sighted their pepper ball weapons toward the densely packed people. One fired a teargas canister—not at the plainclothes militants at the front line, but into the crowd itself. Then another. Flash grenades went off in the middle of the crowd.

I had seen anti-riot police in action before. They moved with a decisive sense of purpose. Now, the Capitol Police crew seemed confused, as if without a leader or perhaps inadequate rules of engagement. These professionals seemed directionless

Provocateurs to Turn Unsuspecting Marchers Into an Invading Mob:

…[T]he man kept yelling not to “retreat,” as if this were a military operation. In a powerful voice, he exhorted the crowd to remain on the plaza and not to disperse on the lawn or depart down the steps to the footpath…Then two other men.. bellowed variations of “Forward! Don’t you dare retreat!” Some made direct eye contact at people and pointed directly at them, as if trying to psyche them into submitting. […]

They appeared to be part of an organized cell of agents-provocateurs to corral people as an unwitting follow-on force behind the plainclothes militants tussling with police—but who, we would later learn, were actually breaking into the Capitol beneath the Great Rotunda to storm Congress. It was just before 3 o’clock.

These apparent agents-provocateurs placed hundreds of unsuspecting supporters of the president in physical danger. They attempted to block exits for people seeking to escape tear gas. They endangered vulnerable people, including children, the frail, and the elderly.

They funneled and pushed hundreds if not thousands of innocent people into a crush toward the Capitol. They did so with the goal of forcing those people into a confrontation with federal police defending Congress.

Few police. DC Treated the Event at the Lowest Threat Level.

For such a massive event, police presence was light. District of Columbia police and a small group of DC National Guard had a relaxed demeanor, keeping a professional distance from marchers and other pedestrians, as they usually do.

We walked about three blocks behind the front of the march to the Capitol, with perhaps two or three thousand people ahead of us. The DC Metropolitan police were their usual professionally detached selves, standing on curbs or at street crossings and exchanging an occasional greeting from marchers, but treating the event as routine and at the lowest threat level.

When we crossed First Street NW to enter the Capitol grounds where the Capitol Police had jurisdiction, I noticed no police at all. Several marchers expressed surprise.

Passing by a few days earlier, I had noticed that, with presidential inaugural platform construction underway, the Capitol’s West Front lawn had been blocked off with plastic. On this day, there was no barrier blocking the paved footpath with its high granite curbs on either side leading up the Senate side of the hill. The openness seemed like a courtesy gesture from Congress, which controls security.

The Crowd Energized and Festive, Not Angry or Incited

…[The] marchers had begun down Constitution Avenue from the Ellipse to Capitol Hill, mostly along Constitution Avenue…Although the march was in protest of fraud in the 2020 election and people were recounting the president’s energizing speech, the mood of the crowd was positive and festive. […]

Of the thousands of people I passed or who passed me along Constitution Avenue, some were indignant and contemptuous of Congress, but not one appeared angry or incited to riot. Many of the marchers were families with small children; many were elderly, overweight, or just plain tired or frail—traits not typically attributed to the riot-prone.

Diverse Cross-Section of America
A large group of African-American men sported shirts that said “Blacks for Trump.” Figuring that journalists would emphasize the solitary racist sign and Confederate flags, deliberately ignoring the rest, I took note of the fact that many demonstrators were black, Asian, and Latino, with a strong presence of Vietnamese- and Chinese-Americans.

Few Portable Toilets and Trash Bins

The DC government had placed only one portable toilet along the 16-block Constitution Avenue route, and five more near the intersection with Pennsylvania Avenue near the Canadian Embassy. The federal government opened the Ronald Reagan Building so people could use the bathrooms.

The city had provided few trash bins. (DC usually provides a large number of toilets and trash receptacles along march routes.) […]
Observations about the toilets and trash are noteworthy because, in my experience with and among large protest crowds in Washington, the large leftist crowds tend to be angry and leave trash in the streets and urine in the shrubs. None of that anger showed in the Jan. 6 crowd along Constitution Avenue.

Read the entire article: here.

Timeline: Trump did NOT Incite Violence Jan. 6 (Tweets, Videos)

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Rush Limbaugh in Heaven Today (1951-2021)

Posted by FactReal on February 17, 2021

RushLimbaugh.com: In Loving Memory of Rush Hudson Limbaugh III – The Greatest of All Time

Rush’s Famous Quote:

It’s never time to panic, folks. It’s never, ever gonna be time to give up on our country. It will never be time to give up on the United States. It will never be time to give up on yourself.

Rush Limbaugh’s wife announced radio icon’s death at the start of his radio program today:

Kathryn Adams Limbaugh on Our Beloved Rush, Feb 17, 2021:

KATHRYN: Hello, everyone. I know that I am most certainly not the Limbaugh that you tuned in to listen to today. I, like you, very much wish Rush was behind this golden microphone right now, welcoming you to another exceptional three hours of broadcasting. For over 32 years, Rush has cherished you, his loyal audience, and always looked forward to every single show.

It is with profound sadness I must share with you directly that our beloved Rush — my wonderful husband — passed away this morning due to complications from lung cancer. As so many of you know, losing a loved one is terribly difficult, even more so when that loved one is larger than life.

Rush will forever be the greatest of all time. Rush was an extraordinary man, a gentle giant — brilliant, quick witted, genuinely kind, extremely generous, passionate, courageous, and the hardest working person I know. Despite being one of the most recognized, powerful people in the world, Rush never let the success change his core or beliefs.

He was polite and respectful to everyone he met. Even most recently when he was not feeling well in the hospital, he was so appreciative to every single doctor and nurse and custodian and first responder. He never wanted to put anyone out, and always thanked them profusely for their help.

From today on, there will be a tremendous void in our lives — and, of course, on the radio. Rush loved our miraculous country beyond measure, an unwavering patriot, he loved our United States military, our flag, our Constitution, our Founding Fathers. He proudly fought and defended conservative values in a way that no one else can.

Rush often stood up and took arrows on his own because he knew it was the right thing to do. Rush encouraged so many of us to think for ourselves, to learn and to lead. He often said it did not matter where you started or what you look like. As Americans, we all have endless opportunities like nowhere else in the world.

Rush gave us hope that through hard work and determination, we can overcome the obstacles in our lives and be our best. Many of you started small businesses or pursued personal dreams because Rush gave you the faith that you could. He made the most complex issues simple to understand, while making that level of genius look easy. It most certainly was anything but easy. Irreplicable, remarkable talent.

On behalf of the Limbaugh family, I would like to personally thank each and every one of you that prayed for Rush and inspired him to keep going. You rallied around Rush and lifted him up when he needed you the most.

I am certain, without a shadow of a doubt, if he could be here today, he would be. He loved you and he loved this radio program with every part of his being. Instead, we know our Rush is in heaven, encouraging us in the same way he always did on earth. Rush’s love for our country and belief that our best days are ahead live on eternally.

In Rush’s honor, may we all continue Rush’s mission in our individual lives and communities. I know all of you listening are terribly sad. We all are. I’m terribly sorry to have to deliver this news to you. God bless you, Rush, and God bless our country.

President Trump spoke with Fox News about radio legend Rush Limbaugh: ‘He was a fighther’

Mark Levin remembers Rush Limbaugh: ‘We’ve lost Thomas Paine – A Voice Like No Other. A kind person.’
Mark Levin Show and here.

Sean Hannity celebrates 30 years of ‘The Rush Limbaugh Show’ (8/1/2018):

President Trump awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Rush Limbaugh: (2/4/2020)

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Trump Not Impeached by Senate for a Second Time; 7 Republicans Joined Dems (2/13/2021)

Posted by FactReal on February 13, 2021

The U.S. Senate voted today to acquit Donald Trump in the impeachment trial pushed by Democrats over their baseless claim that Trump incited an insurrection with his speech on January 6, 2021. [The transcript of Trump’s speech exonerates him.]

This is the second time Trump is acquitted in an impeachment trial pushed by Dems based on trump-up charges. [The transcript of Trump’s phone call to the Ukrainian president exonerated him. (PDF)]

Leftists have been trying to impeach Trump before he took office and thereafter.

Democrats have tried to impeach Trump for things they have done themselves.

Today, Senators voted 57-43. They fell short of the 67 votes (two-thirds) needed to convict former President Donald Trump.

Video via PBS: Senate votes to acquit Trump

7 Republican senators joined with 48 Democrats and 2 “Independents” to convict Trump:
– Richard Burr of North Carolina,
– Bill Cassidy of Louisiana,
– Susan Collins of Maine,
– Lisa Murkowski of Alaska,
– Mitt Romney of Utah,
– Ben Sasse of Nebraska and
– Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania.

Response from Donald J. Trump
C-SPAN tweeted:

Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America

I want to first thank my team of dedicated lawyers and others for their tireless work upholding justice and defending truth.

My deepest thanks as well to all of the United States Senators and Members of Congress who stood proudly for the Constitution we all revere and for the sacred legal principles at the heart of our country.

Our cherished Constitutional Republic was founded on the impartial rule of law, the indispensable safeguard for our liberties, our rights and our freedoms.

It is a sad commentary on our times that one political party [DEMOCRAT PARTY] in America is given a free pass to denigrate the rule of law, defame law enforcement, cheer mobs, excuse rioters, and transform justice into a tool of political vengeance, and persecute, blacklist, cancel and suppress all people and viewpoints with whom or which they disagree. I always have, and always will, be a champion for the unwavering rule of law, the heroes of law enforcement, and the right of Americans to peacefully and honorably debate the issues of the day without malice and without hate.

This has been yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our Country. No president has ever gone through anything like it, and it continues because our opponents cannot forget the almost 75 million people, the highest number ever for a sitting president, who voted for us just a few short months ago.

I also want to convey my gratitude to the millions of decent, hardworking, law-abiding, God-and-Country loving citizens who have bravely supported these important principles in these very difficult and challenging times.

Our historic, patriotic and beautiful movement to Make America Great Again has only just begun. In the months ahead I have much to share with you, and I look forward to continuing our incredible journey together to achieve American greatness for all of our people. There has never been anything like it!

We have so much work ahead of us, and soon we will emerge with a vision for a bright, radiant, and limitless American future.

Together there is nothing we cannot accomplish.

We remain one People, one family, and one glorious nation under God, and it’s our responsibility to preserve this magnificent inheritance for our children and for generations of Americans to come.

May God bless all of you, and may God forever bless the United States of America.

TRANSCRIPT: Trump said: We’ll PEACEFULLY March to Capitol. (Full Speech here)
TIMELINE: Trump did NOT Incite Violence Jan. 6, 2021 (Trump’s Tweets, Videos)
CBS: Capitol Breach Started at 1PM (While Trump was still Speaking Miles Away)
CBS Timeline of 1/6/2021

Timeline of 1/6/2021 dismissed by Democrats & Rinos:
11:58AM Trump starts speech at the Ellipse in DC
12:16PM Trump: “Everyone here will soon be marching peacefully over to the Capitol building.” [Video]
12:30 to 1:15PM While POTUS addressed the rally + before he concluded, a group was already pushing onto the grounds of the Capitol building [CBS]
12:45PM First pipe bomb discovered at RNC + second pipe bomb at DNC [CBS]
1:00PM Rioters started violently pushing their way onto the grounds of the Capitol building [CBS]
1:11PM Trump ends speech and says goodbye to the crowd [Video]
2:38PM Trump: “Stay peaceful!” [Tweet]
3:01PM Trump: “Go home with love & peace.” [Tweet]
3:13PM Trump: “Everyone at the U.S. Capitol to remain peaceful. No violence!” [Tweet]
4:17PM Trump: “Go home in peace.” [Video]
What Trump did NOT do on Jan. 6, 2021:
– Trump did NOT call for an insurrection or for violence.
– He did NOT say anything about storming the Capitol.
– He did NOT say to his supporters to go to Capitol Hill and get up in the face of Congresspeople like Democrat Senator Cory Booker said in 2018.
– Trump did NOT celebrate the rioters or urge for donations to get rioters out of jail like Democrat Kamala Harris in 2020.
– Trump did NOT incite violence as Democrats have.
Transcript Exonerates Trump…Again
Read/Watch President Trump’s Speech on January 6, 2021:
Where exactly does Trump call for an insurrection or for violence? Where does he say to his supporters to go and storm the Capitol?

Are we going to punish political speech from now on?

According to Democrats, the following actions incite violence and are, therefore, impeachable offences:
Video: Democrats Inciting Violence, Claiming Election Was Stolen, Objecting Electoral Votes
LIST: Democrats Using The Word “Fight” & “Fight Like Hell” (Videos)
LIST: Democrats Objecting to Electoral College Vote Certification since 2000 (Video)
Impeachment? Democrat Sen. Kamala Harris Helped Criminal Rioters
Impeachment? Democrat Sen. Booker: ‘Get Up in the Face of Congresspeople’ (2018 Video)
Flashback: When Democrats Incited Violent Riots (LIST)

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CBS: Capitol Breach Timeline (1/6/2021)

Posted by FactReal on January 13, 2021

As we reported previously: CBS: Capitol Breach Started at 1PM (While Trump was still Speaking Miles Away):


New info:

1230-1:15PM “While POTUS addressed the rally + before he concluded, a group was already pushing onto the grounds of the Capitol building,” tweeted CBS.

12:45PM “First pipe bomb discovered at RNC + second pipe bomb at DNC,” tweeted CBS.

Details next:

CBS investigative reporter Catherine Herridge on CBS This Morning (1/11/2021): ‘New Details of the Attack’ [Video mark 2:13]

Rush transcript:

The timeline is also coming into focus.

Protesters started violently pushing their way onto the grounds of the Capitol building around 1 PM.

Inside lawmakers were preparing for a joint session of Congress in the House chamber to count the Electoral votes.

By 1:15PM the protests were escalating outside.

Inside Senators made their way to the Senate chamber for deliberation.

About an hour later, the Capitol was breached.

[Rioter breaks window. Officer Eugene Goodman re-directs mob away from Senate door.]

That open doorway was the entrance to the Senate chamber where Senators were still in the room. To the right, what’s called the Ohio Clock Corridor where more police stalled the mob.

Vice-President Pence was pulled from the Senate chamber at approximately 2:14PM.

Within minutes images posted on Twitter showed the mob outside.

By 2:17PM our producer inside confirmed the Senate chamber was locked down.

Law enforcement bulletins obtained by CBS News show that earlier as the President was speaking to the rally, pipe bombs were discovered at the Republican National Committee and Democrat National Committee headquarters – both walking distance from the Capitol. The 12” mechanical pipe bombs had mechanical timers and contained an unknown powder.

A source tells CBS News that the FBI was able to disrupt a number of individuals from traveling to the Capitol which means they were urged not to come or somehow stopped – even though the source was not specific. According to the Washington Post, the Capitol Hill police chief, who has offered his resignation, wanted the National Guard on standby but House and Senate security officials denied the request. Both have since resigned and were unavailable to comment or declined to comment to the Post.

Catherine Herridge twitted 1/11/2021:

#CapitolBuilding TIMELINE: Critical window Wednesday is coming into focus 1230-1315. While POTUS addressed the rally + before he concluded, a group was already pushing onto the grounds of the Capitol building + first pipe bomb discovered (1245p) at RNC + second pipe bomb at DNC

(1315p) ANALYSIS: Pipe bombs may have been effort to pull first responders from Capitol, further weakening security or to maim lawmakers evacuating. PHOTO: 11 suspected IDDs (Improvised Incendiary Devices) also found near Capitol//not known if connected or separate pipe bombs.

TIMELINE: Trump’s Tweets & Videos before & after Capitol Breach (Jan. 6, 2021)
TRANSCRIPT, VIDEO: Trump Speech at DC Rally (1/6/2021)

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VIDEOS: DC Police Allowing Protestors into Capitol (1/6/2021)

Posted by FactReal on January 8, 2021

We have seen the images of some protestors breaching the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., on January 6, 2021. But there are also images showing police officers simply letting protestors in and out of the building. We need to know why.

They should have been better prepared. [Update: DC Mayor Told Federal Law Enforcement To Stand Down Day Before Violent US Capitol Riot]

It was well known there would be a march to the Capitol after the rally, where Trump said: We’ll PEACEFULLY march to the Capitol. Trump never called for violence. [LIST: When Democrats Incited Violence]


Police officers allow protestors to pass the gates:


One officer is heard saying, “I disagree with it, but respect it.”


One protester says “ACAB” [All Cops Are Bastards]. This is how leftists (Antifa, BLM) refer to police officers. Not a typical behavior of a Republican or Conservative.

Capitol police officer held door for protesters to walk out of Capitol building:

Trump at DC Rally: We’ll PEACEFULLY March to Capitol – Full speech video & transcript (1/6/2021)
Flashback: When Democrats Incited Violent Riots (LIST)
WATCH: Trump to Protesters “Go Home in Peace.” Twitter Deleted this Video. (1/6/2021)

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