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originally posted by: Jusvistn
a reply to: MetalThunder
Weren't there supposed to be country wide protests today because of Sessions 'leaving'?
Thought they were starting at 5pm. It's 7:30 now and no word on the lame stream.....
originally posted by: tiredoflooking
a reply to: tiredoflooking
If you search #ProtectMueller on Twiiter there are a bunch. I have seen the Whitehouse, times square and North Carolina so far.
That did not end the violence, however, and as atrocities became more widespread, Radical legislatures throughout the region began to pass very restrictive laws, impose martial law in some Klan dominated counties, and actively hunt Klan leaders. In 1871, Congress held hearings on the Klan and passed a harsh anti-Klan law modeled after a North Carolina statute. Under the new federal law, Southerners lost their jurisdiction over the crimes of assault, robbery and murder, and the president was authorized to declare martial law and suspend the writ of habeas corpus. Night riding and the wearing of masks were expressly prohibited. Hundreds of Klansmen were arrested, but few actually went to prison.