Trump Terrorists Are Crying As Judges Send Them To Jail
Judges are sending out the Trump fans who assaulted the Capitol to prison as they are unmoved by their tearful screens.
According to the AP:
Judges are hearing tearful expressions of regret — and a list of reasons — from rioters paying a rate for signing up with the Jan. 6 insurrection, even as others attempt to soft-pedal the lethal attack on a seat of American democracy.
The Justice Department’s examination of the riot has actually now gone into the penalty stage. Up until now, 71 individuals have actually been sentenced for riot-related criminal offenses.
Fifty-six of the 71 pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building. Most of them were sentenced to home confinement or jail terms measured in weeks or months, according to an Associated Press tally of every sentencing. But rioters who assaulted police officers have gotten years behind bars.
Trump Terrorists Deserve No Sympathy
The same individuals who called their fellow Americans snowflakes during the Trump administration are now blubbering before a judge. The Trump terrorists aren’t crying because they sincerely regret what they did.
The insurrectionists are crying because they are being held accountable for the crimes that they committed.
For years, Donald Trump and Fox News told them that they were special. The Trump supporters were entitled to behave any way that they wanted because Donald Trump had their backs.
It turns out that Trump and Fox News never had their backs, and when they attacked the Capitol for Donald Trump on January 6th, they were hung out to dry.
No one should buy their tears. No one should feel sympathy for them.
Each person that broke the law on 1/6 made a choice to do so, and choices have actually consequences that, in this case, include criminal records and prison time.
Mr. Easley is the handling editor. He is likewise a White Home Press Swimming Pool and a Congressional reporter for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Government. His graduate work concentrated on public law, with an expertise in social reform motions.
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