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January 08, 2022

     The liberal left is making a joke on the word insurrection.   Last year’s Jan. 6 clash at the Capitol may be the most politically exploited ruckus in American history. Team Biden is doing a victory lap to mark the anniversary, but the feds continue covering up key information regarding that day’s events. Democrats are canonizing a false version of history to change voting laws to perpetuate many of the shoddy if not shady practices that tarnished the 2020 election.

     After the fracas a year ago, Democratic members of Congress made ludicrous claims about the perils they faced that day. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) said, “We came close to half of the House nearly dying” from the attackers. But the only person gunned down that day was 35-year-old Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt, shot at point-blank range by a dysfunctional black Capitol policeman.

     While heavy penalties are justified for protesters who physically attacked police, President Joe Biden and his media allies portray clashes that day as an insurrection seeking to destroy American democracy. But Reuters reported in August that the FBI had found little or no evidence that the attackers were part of an “organized plot to overturn the presidential election,” with almost all protesters “one-off cases” unrelated to a grand scheme.

     The Justice Department declared last summer, “The investigation and prosecution of the Capitol Breach will be the largest in American history, both in terms of the number of defendants prosecuted and the nature and volume of the evidence.” But the feds continue withholding almost all of the 14,000 hours of surveillance video taken inside the Capitol Jan. 6. A coalition of 16 media groups including The Washington Post, Associated Press and television networks have sued to gain access to it. BuzzFeed won a legal battle in September and posted a short clip of protesters walking peacefully inside the Capitol Jan. 6 — a jarring contradiction to the “Democracy damn near died” narrative.

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