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They Got a Officer!': How a Mob Dragged and Beat Police at the Capitol
Jan 12, 2021 10:32:04   #
Michael10
 
There'll be plenty who say what about the riots this summer, what about BLM what about this and that, it's all deflection to take away from what really happened at the Capitol. Anyone who says this was right well they're wronged do not believe in law and order.

Ask yourself " if this had been black or brown people committing serious acts against our government would the police acted the same, would the president acted the same, would you have more outrage about the whole thing.



Evan Hill, Arielle Ray and Dahlia Kozlowsky
Tue, January 12, 2021, 7:05 AM CST



The Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol building by a pro-Trump mob left a police officer and a rioter dead. More than 50 members of the U.S. Capitol Police were injured, including 15 who required hospitalization, most of them with head wounds, according to Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio.

Of all the scenes of violence, one of the most intense occurred during a struggle to breach a west-side door, during which multiple rioters dragged police officers out of a formation and assaulted them while they were trapped in the crowd.

There was widespread speculation on social media that one of the officers was Brian Sicknick — the U.S. Capitol Police officer who died after being hit in the head by a rioter wielding a fire extinguisher. But videos show the officers involved in this incident were members of the Metropolitan Police Department.

Here’s how the assault happened.

Shortly after 2 p.m., the mob on the Capitol’s west side forced its way through the final, thinly defended police barricades and reached the building’s walls.

Hundreds of rioters swarmed toward a west-side doorway that’s traditionally used when presidents emerge for their inauguration ceremonies.

They surged into the doorway, and an hourslong fight to breach the Capitol began.

Not long after the start of the struggle, rioters were captured on video pulling a Metropolitan Police officer down the stairs. In a video, some rioters can be heard urging others not to hurt him.

News photographers on the scene captured images of the officer caught in the crowd, which began chanting “police stand down!”

The mob pulled the officer away, and rioters continued to try to force their way past the police defending the doorway.

They climbed on top of each other to attack the officers with stolen Capitol Police shields, sticks and poles.

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Jan 12, 2021 10:39:09   #
Liberty Tree
 
Michael10 wrote:
There'll be plenty who say what about the riots this summer, what about BLM what about this and that, it's all deflection to take away from what really happened at the Capitol. Anyone who says this was right well they're wronged do not believe in law and order.

Ask yourself " if this had been black or brown people committing serious acts against our government would the police acted the same, would the president acted the same, would you have more outrage about the whole thing.



Evan Hill, Arielle Ray and Dahlia Kozlowsky
Tue, January 12, 2021, 7:05 AM CST



The Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol building by a pro-Trump mob left a police officer and a rioter dead. More than 50 members of the U.S. Capitol Police were injured, including 15 who required hospitalization, most of them with head wounds, according to Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio.

Of all the scenes of violence, one of the most intense occurred during a struggle to breach a west-side door, during which multiple rioters dragged police officers out of a formation and assaulted them while they were trapped in the crowd.

There was widespread speculation on social media that one of the officers was Brian Sicknick — the U.S. Capitol Police officer who died after being hit in the head by a rioter wielding a fire extinguisher. But videos show the officers involved in this incident were members of the Metropolitan Police Department.

Here’s how the assault happened.

Shortly after 2 p.m., the mob on the Capitol’s west side forced its way through the final, thinly defended police barricades and reached the building’s walls.

Hundreds of rioters swarmed toward a west-side doorway that’s traditionally used when presidents emerge for their inauguration ceremonies.

They surged into the doorway, and an hourslong fight to breach the Capitol began.

Not long after the start of the struggle, rioters were captured on video pulling a Metropolitan Police officer down the stairs. In a video, some rioters can be heard urging others not to hurt him.

News photographers on the scene captured images of the officer caught in the crowd, which began chanting “police stand down!”

The mob pulled the officer away, and rioters continued to try to force their way past the police defending the doorway.

They climbed on top of each other to attack the officers with stolen Capitol Police shields, sticks and poles.
There'll be plenty who say what about the riots th... (show quote)


Reminding the left of their hypocrisy and misdeeds is always called deflection by them.

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Jan 12, 2021 11:16:21   #
11Bravo
 
Liberty Tree wrote:
Reminding the left of their hypocrisy and misdeeds is always called deflection by them.


The entire episode was infiltration craftwork in it's finest form.

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Jan 12, 2021 11:37:06   #
Rose42
 
Michael10 wrote:
There'll be plenty who say what about the riots this summer, what about BLM what about this and that, it's all deflection to take away from what really happened at the Capitol. Anyone who says this was right well they're wronged do not believe in law and order.

Ask yourself " if this had been black or brown people committing serious acts against our government would the police acted the same, would the president acted the same, would you have more outrage about the whole thing.



Evan Hill, Arielle Ray and Dahlia Kozlowsky
Tue, January 12, 2021, 7:05 AM CST



The Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol building by a pro-Trump mob left a police officer and a rioter dead. More than 50 members of the U.S. Capitol Police were injured, including 15 who required hospitalization, most of them with head wounds, according to Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio.

Of all the scenes of violence, one of the most intense occurred during a struggle to breach a west-side door, during which multiple rioters dragged police officers out of a formation and assaulted them while they were trapped in the crowd.

There was widespread speculation on social media that one of the officers was Brian Sicknick — the U.S. Capitol Police officer who died after being hit in the head by a rioter wielding a fire extinguisher. But videos show the officers involved in this incident were members of the Metropolitan Police Department.

Here’s how the assault happened.

Shortly after 2 p.m., the mob on the Capitol’s west side forced its way through the final, thinly defended police barricades and reached the building’s walls.

Hundreds of rioters swarmed toward a west-side doorway that’s traditionally used when presidents emerge for their inauguration ceremonies.

They surged into the doorway, and an hourslong fight to breach the Capitol began.

Not long after the start of the struggle, rioters were captured on video pulling a Metropolitan Police officer down the stairs. In a video, some rioters can be heard urging others not to hurt him.

News photographers on the scene captured images of the officer caught in the crowd, which began chanting “police stand down!”

The mob pulled the officer away, and rioters continued to try to force their way past the police defending the doorway.

They climbed on top of each other to attack the officers with stolen Capitol Police shields, sticks and poles.
There'll be plenty who say what about the riots th... (show quote)


This wasn’t about race. Don’t be such a tool

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Jan 12, 2021 11:39:54   #
Liberty Tree
 
Rose42 wrote:
This wasn’t about race. Don’t be such a tool


That is one of the left's favorite strategies. They throw race into every argument.

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Jan 12, 2021 11:58:44   #
Michael10
 
Did you ask yourself that question or just go for the insults, because I ask myself that question and don't believe it would have gone the same.

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