Still pushing disinformation? DC is in total lockdown, no mobile, no nothing. And btw, advice is MAGA supporters are not to attend any rally. Stay home!
If Sleepy Jo needs 25,000 troops to protect a virtual inauguration then maybe he wasn't elected by the people!
If you type qanon into Mike Lindells Mypillow website, if gives you a discount.
Mike met Trump yesterday.....
You’ve got to be honest though, the world is world this week. Power cuts, multiple governments falling, FEMAmany things tieing up to do with this stuff.
There is no doubting China’s plan for the USA right? And there is many rumours of influence within the Dems?
So surely it’s plausible that the US Military has had enough & taken matters into their own hands themselves? There is no way they would sell out to China.
Either way it affects us all.
Another rat deserting the sinking ship.
'Kayleigh McEnany, President Donald Trump’s press secretary, has decided not to stick around until the end of the term and packed up her office Friday. Although she will continue officially holding the role, she will no longer be at the White House, or even in the nation’s capital. McEnany will reportedly be working remotely from Tampa until Wednesday.'
That was me and the point was not that it was not serious, the five people who died would disagree with that for a start, but that it was not an existential threat. There is a considerable difference between a mob doing random violence and a trained and co-ordinated group trying to inflict maximum mayhem - as multiple mass casualty attacks have repeatedly demonstrated.There was somebody on ARRSE a few days ago downplaying the seriousness of what took place, and suggesting that if anyone thought it serious they had never been in a mob situation. (I paraphrase). I don't for one moment doubt the experience of whoever that was. But watching the huge amount of video/sound material now available, it's now clear that what happened was much more serious and dangerous than my first impression, in which the weird costumes and country boy eccentricity figured so highly.
I expect that a proportion of those there were just pro-Trump instagrammers not intending any serious violence. Isn't that always the case with what turns into a dangerous mob? Sure, it wasn't the Falls Road or downtown Basra. With shouts of "get their guns" and "shoot him with his own gun", I was thinking more of Cpls Wood and Howes RIP.
An interesting take on "existential threat". The consequences of an attempt to derail democracy and ignore Constitutional process are far more permanent and damaging than a body count. As tragic as it all is for those who get killed in a mass casualty attack, those effects are shocking, but short lived. We all know that the rent-a-mob professional agitators turn up to these things specifically to escalate and agitate, but this was more than just a few agitators. This was a focused attempt to prevent the Vice-President from declaring the results of the election by whatever means necessary. The fact that they were sponsored, encouraged and inspired by the current Commander-in-Chief and multiple GOP politicians just adds to the sedition and insurrection elements and is exactly why it wasn't just a "riot".That was me and the point was not that it was not serious, the five people who died would disagree with that for a start, but that it was not an existential threat. There is a considerable difference between a mob doing random violence and a trained and co-ordinated group trying to inflict maximum mayhem - as multiple mass casualty attacks have repeatedly demonstrated.
Imagine what those scenes would look like if it had been a Mumbai or Bataclan-style incident. The attackers wouldn't have milled around chatting to security and they would have probably had some idea of the layout of the target. Further, most of your eye witnesses would be in the morgue along with the news crews.