Republicans Try to Blame Biden & Antifa for Capitol Riot

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In an effort to shift blame away from MAGA Terrorists destruction, Delusional, Fact Free Trump Republicans try to blame Joe Biden & Antifa for the attack on the US Capitol Building

 

Sean Hannity suggests anti-fascists wearing “MAGA gear” led the mob storming US Capitol building

HANNITY: I’ve seen videos like you have, but I — I don’t think — but that doesn’t represent how we the people feel, or why we feel like we do, the honest peaceful protester. Why are we mad? Why are people mad?

 

Sean Hannity suggests anti-fascists wearing “MAGA gear” led the mob storming US Capitol building

 

Here’s a retweet from a well known Republican and Trump supporter (owner of My Pillow) attempting to pin the blame on Antifa, instead MAGA Domestic Terrorists, where it belongs.

 

Note the above photo of the guy with the horns identified as a member of is “Antifa”.

12 News documented his name as being “Jake Angeli”, seen at numerous MAGA rallies, marches and events throughout the past year, ranging from Trump rallies to BLM marches. At these events, he claims to be part of QAnon and is usually shouting about conspiracy theories, with a sign that says “Q Sent Me.”

Gaetz claims MAGA mob was Antifa ‘masquerading as Trump supporters’

Donald Trump supporters are beginning to point the finger of blame at Antifa Florida congressman Matt Gaetz declared the mob were ‘masquerading’ He said they were Left-wing agitators disguising themselves as Trump backers The Washington Times said XRVision had identified two Antifa supporters XRVision has not commented on the paper’s reporting Laura Ingraham, Mike Lindell and Sidney Powell seized on the suggestion Donald Trump’s most fervent followers are beginning to claim that the mob that overran the Capitol on Wednesday were not MAGA supporters, but instead were Antifa ‘masquerading’ as the president’s backers.

 

Daniel Dale debunks GOP lawmakers’ Antifa claims

In the wake of pro-Trump supporters storming the Capitol Wednesday, several Republican allies of the President are attempting to shift blame to supposed left-wing activists, namely Antifa.

 

PolitiFact – There’s no proof antifa stormed the Capitol. The rumor spread quickly anyway

In a violent scene like no other in American history, a sprawling crowd of President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol and halted congressional proceedings, wearing and waving Trump-branded paraphernalia and flags as they sought to overturn the election. Lawmakers were evacuated as the rioters overwhelmed Capitol Police and bashed through the building’s doors and windows.

 

Police release photos of Trump mob members wanted for storming Capitol

Acting US attorney for DC Michael Sherwin on Thursday said ‘all options are on the table’ for charging members of the pro-Trump mob FBI and DC Police are still searching for at least 36 suspects who stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday More than 90 people have been arrested so

Per the above article: Trump rioters face TEN YEAR sentences because of Trump’s Monuments Act targeting BLM: DC attorney says Trump could also face charges for inciting trouble

  • Acting US attorney for DC Michael Sherwin on Thursday said ‘all options are on the table’ for charging members of the pro-Trump mob
  • FBI and DC Police are still searching for at least 36 suspects who stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday
  • More than 90 people have been arrested so far in connection to the violent siege that came as Congress was certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s win
  • Photos of the suspects were revealed at a press conference on Thursday, as authorities vowed to find and bring to justice anyone involved in the insurrection
  • Four people, including two men and two women were killed in the massive insurrection
  • Ashli Babbit, 35, a US Air Force veteran from San Diego, died in the chaos after being shot in the chest by cops
  • Another three victims died after suffering unspecified ‘medical emergencies’ related to the breach
  • They were identified as: Benjamin Phillips, 50, of Ringtown, Pennsylvania, Kevin Greason, 55, of Athens, Alabama, and Rosanne Boyland, 34, of Kennesaw, Georgia
  • Of the arrests, five were related to unlawful firearm possession and two were for other prohibited weapons
  • Acting AG Jeffrey Rosen said the violent protesters could face up to 10 years in prison for ‘injury of federal property,’ under President Trump’s executive order signed in June
  • Experts said some could face the rarely used seditious conspiracy charge

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