J6: CLICK https://rumble.com/v18bhad-jim-jordan-goes-scorched-earth-on-dems-sham-jan-6-hearings.html [4:06] to hear Rep. Jim Jordan talk with Maria Bartiromo about what the illegitimate committee has done so far.
“[Trump] said at the end of the speech he wanted people to show their voices patriotically and peacefully. They doctored the tape! They edited those words out. If a prosecutor ever did that they’d be disbarred! You can’t present part of the tape and deliberately omit the rest of the tape in order to mislead the audience. Especially when the other side has no opportunity to cross-examine. And has no opportunity to put on its own evidence. There is a special obligation not to cheat! Not to defraud the viewers. That’s exactly what they did… And Donald Trump committed no crimes.” – Alan Dershowitz
Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger has also criticized the J6 Committee for slandering Rep. Loudermilk. An exhaustive review of security footage found no evidence that the Georgia congressman did anything other than give constituents a tour of some congressional office buildings, which did not include the Capitol.
In the Jun 9, 2022 video above, Marjorie Taylor Greene reports that three people – Sen. Chuck Schumer (who controls the Senator Sergeant at Arms), Speaker Nancy Pelosi (who controls the House Sergeant at Arms), and D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser – denied the National Guard access to the Capitol to help protect it on Jan. 6.
She also asks questions we are all asking. Where is the pipe bomber? Why hasn’t Ray Epps been arrested? What’s going on with the hundreds of people who have been arrested, usually for misdemeanors, who have been denied bond and are wasting away in jail. These are people who had no criminal records, who have ties to the community, and who were arrested for largely petty, non-violent crimes. Yet people who have literally rioted in the name of a dead drug addict have been treated to a revolving door where “justice” means “go home and do it again tomorrow.”
All the J6 Kangaroo Committee cares about is tarring and feathering Donald Trump lest he try and run for office again. If they actually cared about justice, they’d be digging deep into the massive violations our “justice” system has inflicted on people for just being at the rally.
Chris Worrell was on a canoe trip with friends when the FBI raided his house. His girlfriend, Trish Priller, says, “They flash banged me and held me at gunpoint. When I went outside I had all of the lasers on me. They held me in my home for seven and a half hours. During that time they were rifling through everything in the house and I had to sit in a chair and watch them. I couldn’t go anywhere. If I wanted something to drink, they would bring it to me. When I had to go to the restroom I had to go with two agents with me into the bathroom. I was held prisoner in my home for all that time.”
When Worrell returned home, he was arrested and charged with alleged offenses related to his presence at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Initially, he was taken to Fort Meyers, Florida, where a judge granted pretrial release on bond. But then a second judge ordered a stay on Worrell’s release and had him transferred to Charlotte County, Florida, where he was held for three weeks. Then he was transferred to Oklahoma, then to Northern Neck, Virginia, where many prisoners had COVID; he caught it.
In 2007, Worrell was diagnosed with a rare form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. With medication, he has kept the disease at stage one. For 75 days, he was not permitted to have his medication. He filed hundreds of grievances, not just for the lack of medical care for his cancer and a broken hand that was left untreated, but also for the deplorable conditions he and other Jan. 6 prisoners were forced to live under. Priller says, “They told him if he keeps putting in grievances they were going to put him in the hole [solitary confinement] and they did. They kept him there for 16 days.”
Lawyers John Pierce and Steven Metcalf II, who represent several of the defendants say that, among the nearly people 500 arrested so far in connection with Jan. 6, more than 50 are being held in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day, in conditions that are “unconstitutional” and violate “every single basic human right. Anything that they do, or if anybody speaks up on their behalf, all of a sudden, they get targeted even further and then get put into a dangerous, unsanitary condition.” Jail staff would also allegedly turn off the water in the Jan. 6 pods for days at a time.
Worrell’s lawyer, Alex Stavrou says, “Without water, you can’t flush a toilet. You can’t have drinking water. You can’t bathe. So you can imagine the beyond-subhuman conditions when in an 8-by-10 or a 6-by-6 [foot] cell. The smell of unflushed, clogged toilets and the smell of marijuana, fecal matter, urine and unbathed, unshaved gentlemen. These are completely atrocious conditions, especially in a country that supposedly prides itself on human rights.”
Stavrou says they’ve been forced to clean up some of that behavior, but they still harass J6 inmates by denying them internet or phone access.
After eight months, federal judge finally ordered Worrell released to receive treatment. He is now stage 3 and has acquired a host of new health problems that could have been prevented if only he hadn’t been such a terrible, awful TRUMP SUPPORTER.
In the meantime, Priller said their daily lives are stressed with the constant threat of another visit from the government. “The marshals and pretrial services can just show up any time they want and do a search and they do, and you have to let them in. They’re looking to violate you, to see what you’ve done wrong. We have parameters, we have to call in every single day. There’s a lot of rules we have to follow. We have to submit a weekly schedule and call in every Tuesday.”
She described one instance where she was on the phone with the pretrial officer while typing in their schedule report, trying to get it filed on time. Shortly after, the pretrial service officer filed an order claiming Worrell had violated the conditions of his conditions of release. The evidence? The pretrial service officer said he heard keystrokes while he was on the phone with Priller. Yeah, because she was filling out the stupid report. Priller says, “I am basically imprisoned also.”