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Treason tab dump of the morning

2021-01-13 16:10:22.620253+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Treason Strava: Interactive map of Parler video locations via https://mobile.twitter.com/joe...field/status/1349209609982992386

RT Patrick Skinner @SkinnerPm

Remember when all those armed congress people rushed out to the western side of the Capitol and used their personal freedom guns to save Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick and everyone else during the murderous riot? Yeah. Me, too. That was awesome.

Twitter thread on the Parler/Amazon litigation, with highlights from Amazon. Good stuff.

Nicely stating the obvious: RT Hans Noel @ProfHansNoel

Everyone tweeting "1776" and "1984" is really tweeting "1861."

A Proud Boy in Disguise Helped Lead the Insurrection at the Capitol

The man caught on video breaking a window at the Capitol with a riot shield is a member of the Proud Boys who goes by the alias “Spazzo.”

Via https://mobile.twitter.com/mis...sowen/status/1349141288923365377 which has some summarization

Later additions: ‘It was like looking at evil’: The Capitol attack through the eyes of the Massachusetts delegation

“Every panic button in my office had been torn out — the whole unit,” she said, though they could come up with no rationale as to why. She had used them before and hadn’t switched offices since then. As they were escorted to several different secure locations, Groh and Pressley and her husband tried to remain calm and vigilant — not only of rioters but of officers they did not know or trust, she said.

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