Sun Jan 10th, 2021 at 09:07:52 AM EST
Trump a master manipulator exploiting the ills of society, using hate to build a support group to "stand back and stand-by".
Hidden in that mob are the militants with an agenda!!
That's how revolutions are made ... 😠
Bio Lawrence Pintak - an award winning journalist and PhD Islamic Studies
Author of The Al Jazeera Revolution - 2011
My earlier post ...
Re: A Long War? (4.00 / 2)
Trump was pissed-off and banned chief-of-staff of VP Pence from the White House.
Trump makes war ... he'll fight and be strong ... not a LOSER.
This was a planned attack on the Legislative branch of U.S. Congress. The battle was announced via social media ... the incitement was direct and clearly understood by a mass in frenzy. I learned this in college Institute of Technology a course in Journalism and Propaganda. You need just a handful of instigators or agents provocateurs to move such a mass of people into an unruly mob.
Trump wanted to punish U.S. Congress where his fate would be sealed. VP Pence had told him it was not in his power nor by US Constitution to change the Vote of The People. Trump didn't agree ... he embodies the Executive and has all the might needed. From his exhibition walking through the MLB Demonstration to the Church from the White House for his photo-op holding the Bible as a shield against all evil was already indicative of his insanity. For Bill Barr and the Staff of the Pentagon, this was a BIG MISTAKE ... once and never again!
Trump manipulated his followers to follow him when and if asked: "Stand back and Stand-by ".
Earlier signs of profanity and the next step to the coming Insurrection ... the build-up.
Trump Tweeting Violence Against Rioters | May 29, 2020 |
A very angry Lindsey Graham ...
With a powerful automatic rifle, multiple deaths could have been caused inside the Chamber, it could have been a bloodbath ... martial law would have followed with Trump staying in power.
"All I can say is count me out. Enough is enough. I've tried to be helpful"
Graham on riots: 'They could have killed us all'
Pointing to 2021 marking the 20th anniversary of the terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 Americans, he asked how authorities could have "failed so miserably."
"Yesterday they could have blown the building up. They could have killed us all," he said. "People coming through the windows had backpacks, as big as my desk on the Senate. They should have been challenged, warning shots should have been fired and lethal force should have been used once they'd penetrated the seat of government. Those backpacks could have had bombs chemical agents, weapons. We dodged a major bullet yesterday. If this is not a wake up call, I do not know what it is. Is that a money problem? If it is we'll fix it. Is it a leadership problem? Obviously. Is it an Intel failure of the highest proportions? Absolutely."
Trump Mob Chases Lindsey Graham From Airport Terminal: 'Traitor!'
Post-Riot, the Capitol Hill IT Staff Faces a Security Mess | Wired |
In the aftermath of destructive riots that trashed the United States Capitol on Wednesday, the nation is grappling with questions about the stability and trajectory of US democracy. But inside the Capitol building itself, the congressional support staff is dealing with more immediate logistics, like cleanup and repairs. A crucial part of that: the process of securing the offices and digital systems after hundreds of people had unprecedented access to them.
Allowing physical access to a location can have serious cybersecurity ramifications. Rioters could have bugged congressional offices, exfiltrated data from unlocked computers, or installed malware on exposed devices. In the rush to evacuate the Capitol, some computers were left unlocked and remained accessible by the time rioters arrived. And at least some equipment was stolen; Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon said in a video late Wednesday that intruders took one of his office's laptops off a conference table.
The House of Representatives and Senate each have a Sergeant-at-Arms office that oversees security. On the Senate side this body also supervises cybersecurity, whereas in the House that responsibility lies with the Office of the Chief Administrative Officer. On Thursday, speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi said that sergeant at arms Paul Irving would resign over Wednesday's breach of the Capitol. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer said he would remove that chamber's sergeant at arms, Mike Stenger, if he does not resign.
Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund has pledged to resign
[Update-1] Not Just Protestors – A Piggy Back Attempt to Seize Persons in US Congress
Gen. Barry Mccaffrey: 'Rogue' Trump Must Be Removed From Office | MSNBC |
Trump's Legal Supporters
Dream Team to defend insanity of Donald Trump by Impeachment procedure could be Rudy Giuliani and Alan Dershowitz. One's dream, another's nightmare ...
Unfortunately, Trump's America will never close the book on the Insurrection of Jan. 6th, 2020 because of "forgiveness", also called appeasement or impunity of perpetrators ... the weakness and ultimate self-destruction of emperors.
Yes, indeed ... that's What America Has Become and the world is watching in disbelieve
Response to Joe Biden ...
CNN's Anderson Cooper report: mob sought Pelosi and VP Pence ... inside the Capitol, officers directed the mob to Offices of Senate and House leaders ... "they came for the election fraudeurs and traitors".
What to do with 75 million delusional citizens watching Fox News, Hannity, and drowned in fake "Fake News" reports, social media and politics of manipulation.
Don't expect charges against Trump or allies for inciting Capitol siege, say DOJ officials