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"He went down a path he shouldn’t have, and we shouldn’t have followed him, and we shouldn’t have listened to him. And we can’t let that ever happen again," she said of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots that resulted in the deaths of five Americans, including a Capitol Police officer.
originally posted by: JIMC5499
Oh the narrative IS changing. Impeachment isn't going to work so they going for a screwed up interpretation of the 14th Amendment.
originally posted by: American-philosopher
a reply to: network dude
My opinion is the media and ruling power now wanted to use this event as a reichstag fire incident to seize absolute power.
I mean this event was used to put Washington D.C. in a military style take over. We need fencing and 25,000 personel to protect us from domestic terrorist.
I ask you now where are all the domestic terrorist?
side question. since al quieda and Isis are not a thing anymore, can we roll back the patriot act, warrantless wire tapping, TSA, NSA, And department of homeland security?
and it's not clear we will get a factual COD on him at all.
Although the congresswoman is a lifelong native of Michigan, she is no stranger to the New York metro region. After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which took place during her first week of graduate school at Columbia University, Rep. Slotkin knew that national service would define her career.
She was recruited by the CIA to be a Middle East analyst and has devoted her career to protecting the United States from national security threats. In her role at the CIA, Rep. Slotkin worked alongside the U.S. military during three tours in Iraq as a militia expert.
In between her tours in Iraq, Rep. Slotkin held various defense and intelligence positions under President Bush and President Obama, including roles at the White House and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
originally posted by: network dude
a reply to: queenofswords
I have no issue at all calling him a hero. And I am glad he got recognized as he did. I wish all fallen officers would. That doesn't change the facts, they remain factual.