Maybe Storming The Capitol Wasn't Such A Good Idea


Super Anarchist
West Maui
I sincerely hope that your recovery from your massive head trauma is quick and reasonably painless.
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Man who carried a Confederate flag in the Capitol on Jan. 6 is sentenced to 3 years​

Source: NBC News

Feb. 9, 2023, 5:08 AM PST / Updated Feb. 9, 2023, 11:47 AM PST
By Daniel Barnes

WASHINGTON — A Delaware man who carried a Confederate flag through the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot was sentenced to three years in prison on Thursday.

Kevin Seefried, 53, was convicted on five charges stemming from his participation in the riot, including obstruction of an official proceeding — the joint session of Congress that was working to certify the Electoral College vote that day.

The government had sought a 70-month sentence for Seefried, while his lawyers asked for one year in prison.

Seefried addressed the court before the sentence was handed down and said he knew entering the Capitol was wrong.

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Yes sir

MSNBC: Proud Boys trial shows evidence of cooperation between Proud Boys and Trump campaign.​

This is important news. They have text messages of the leader of the Proud Boys talking about the Trump campaign.
Proud Boys are on trial for seditious conspiracy and other charges.


Super Anarchist
Great Wet North
I meant sentences, not more yap, yap, yap about TFG's involvement.

They'll just keep kicking the can down the road until he kicks so they won't have to do anything.



Jack Smith has subpoenaed former trump National Security adviser Robert O'Brien​

BREAKING: Special Counsel Jack Smith has subpoenaed former trump National Security adviser Robert O'Brien, seeking information in both the documents case and the 1/6 investigation.

Former national security adviser Robert O’Brien has been subpoenaed by special counsel Jack Smith in both his investigation into classified documents found at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence and the probe related to efforts to overturn the 2020 election, according to a source familiar with the matter.

O’Brien has been asserting executive privilege in declining to provide some of the information that prosecutors are seeking from him, the source said.

O’Brien considered resigning from his post over Trump’s response to the violence on January 6, 2021, but ultimately decided to remain in the job, CNN previously reported. The National Security Council should have been involved in the handling of classified documents at end of the Trump presidency, and O’Brien may have knowledge of how those records ended up at Mar-a-Lago.

Separately, Trump’s former acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf was interviewed by Justice Department lawyers in recent weeks as part of the ongoing special counsel investigation related to 2020 election interference, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

Rather than appearing before a federal grand jury, Wolf was interviewed under oath by Justice Department lawyers and FBI officials, something one of the sources characterized as a “standard” first step for prosecutors.

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