Biden’s Department of Justice is reportedly putting the pedal to the metal in terms of prosecuting anyone related to the January 6 riot at the Capitol.
Former Trump adviser Peter Navarro was reportedly taken out of his home in shackles after being charged.
However, some former staffers, such as former Social Media Director Dan Scavino and former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, have been given a free pass.
For those that are charged, however, it would appear that anything and everything is on the table in terms of prosecutions.
Our for Blood
As for those that took place in the rioting, such as some of the Proud Boys, the entire book is open, as we just saw.
Sedition charges have already been made in numerous cases, with more to come.
All the while, rioters over the summer after the George Floyd death largely go unpunished, which has been Donald Trump’s point of contention from the outset.
The arrest of Navarro seemed a bit over the top, with the FBI reportedly showing up at his house and taking him out in leg irons and shackles.
The January 6 Select Committee is out for blood, as Fox News recently reported…
The fact the January 6 committee is still going on proves that it is more politically motivated than anything else.
I am not saying rioters should not have been charged by any means, but it sure would have been nice to see equal treatment given to the people that lit our country on fire for months.
I would also note that the committee recently hired a TV executive to “produce” the hearings that are coming up and will be reportedly broadcast on prime-time TV.
Conveniently timed almost 18 months after the riot and just in time to influence mid-term elections.
If you don’t think these hearings are largely a political attack against the GOP, well, perhaps you would like some land I have available in the swamps of Florida that seems ripe for development into a fine resort.
Source: Fox News