90 Miles From Tyranny : Reps. Chip Roy and Thomas Massie Demand Answers From Attorney General on Harsh Mistreatment of Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol Protesters

Monday, July 19, 2021

Reps. Chip Roy and Thomas Massie Demand Answers From Attorney General on Harsh Mistreatment of Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol Protesters


Reps. Chip Roy (R-TX) and Thomas Massie (R-KY) have issued a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland demanding answers on the mistreatment of Jan. 6 protesters who participated in the mostly-peaceful rally in and around the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C.

“On May 12, you testified to the Senate Appropriations Committee that, ‘if there has to be a hierarchy of things that we prioritize, this would be the one we would prioritize because it is the most dangerous threat to our democracy,’” the letter explains.

“Respectfully, such a sweeping exaggeration can be viewed as nothing more than political hyperbole and a dangerous politicization of law enforcement activities that may punish those engaging in protected speech by lumping them in with those who committed acts of violence,” they added.

Roy and Massie are concerned that the feds are using Jan. 6 as a pretext to rip up the Bill of Rights and Constitution and bring the war on terror to the homeland to be used against American patriots.

“We continue to hear stories of overly aggressive and violent tactics from FBI agents executing arrest warrants on individuals with no risk of violence or who committed mere trespass offenses. And DOJ continues to push for pretrial incarceration of citizens with no history of, or propensity for, violence, only to be rebuffed by judges time and time again. The American people deserve to know why,” they wrote.

Roy and Massie are demanding answers from the feds by July 21 and want a briefing on the matter as well. They are far from the only lawmakers who are alarmed about...




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4 comments:

  1. No Legislators raped Amy interns that weekend.

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  2. Release ALL jailed political prisoners ROR; they have been held without benefit of any real charges outside of “trespass”. Their only “crime” is entering a government building having been escorted by Capitol Police.

    This crime against honest American citizens is heinous and a blot on the morality of the People’s House. The vehemence of Congressional Dems projects their animus and contempt of Americans which is beneath the Constitutional duties they swore to defend.

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  3. I wonder what would happen if these two Congressmen were to compel, threw a subpoena, each of the prisoners to testify in person at one of their comity? Could the DOJ stop them from being presented?

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  4. I wonder what would happen if these two Congressmen were to compel, threw a subpoena, each of the prisoners to testify in person at one of their comity? Could the DOJ stop them from being presented?

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