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Disgusting GOP Senators Say No Pardons for Innocent Jan. 6 Prisoners, Tortured and Rotting in Jail
Three GOP senators slammed Donald Trump’s proposal of pardons for the Jan. 6 political prisoners should he be re-elected—Lindsey Graham, Mike Rounds, and Kevin Kramer. Heaven forbid we pardon freedom-loving Americans who had the temerity to protest a fraudulent election and Democrat coup d’état of government, and who have since been imprisoned, physically tortured, and denied not only rights but basic necessities—in most cases without conviction and even without trial. Apparently we should care more about the opinions of corrupt, Marxist Democrats than about the rights of innocent American citizens.
These GOP senators are backstabbing traitors. Do you know who deserves to be in jail? The Democrats who stole the 2020 election and the Republicans who helped them—either through participating in the fraud or ignoring it or denying it. The imprisonment, torture, and targeting of the Jan. 6 political prisoners—and the fact that scarcely a single Republican will openly speak out about them—are gross violations of the Constitution and of objective justice. And those responsible need to be held accountable.
“[Gateway Pundit] Never Trust These Dirtbags: Lindsey Graham, GOP Senators Slam Trump – Say ‘Pardons for Jan. 6 Protesters Is Bad Idea’ — SAY NOTHING ABOUT PROTESTERS IN PRISON FOR OVER A YEAR WITHOUT TRIAL. . .
RINO Senators Lindsey Graham, Mike Rounds, Kevin Kramer slammed Trump and said ‘pardons for January 6 protesters was a bad idea.’
These same senators have SAID NOTHING about the men and women imprisoned today without trial following the January 6 protests.
Don’t fool yourself, they don’t care if ANY Trump supporter rots in prison. . .
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), one of Trump’s closest allies [right. . .], told The Hill that granting pardons to Jan. 6 protesters is ‘a bad idea’. . .
Other Republican senators are joining Graham in criticizing Trump’s promise to pardon the Jan. 6 protesters as inappropriate.
‘I don’t think potential candidates should hold pardons out as a promise,’ said Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.), who is usually a reliable Trump ally. “It’s somewhat problematic for me on a moral level and an ethical level — sort of like promising other giveaways to particular individuals.
‘I prefer avoiding those kinds of things,’ he said.
Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) said he wouldn’t support granting pardons to people convicted of crimes because of their actions on Jan. 6.
‘If he were elected, he would have a constitutional ability to do it,’ he said of Trump’s promise of pardons. ‘I would disagree with it. I think there was insurrection and I think these folks need to be punished.’”
Insurrection. Right. The only two people killed were protestors—who were brutally murdered by Capitol police. The Capitol police opened the barriers for the protestors. A number of the Jan. 6 political prisoners currently in jail didn’t even enter the Capitol at all. There were FBI agents in the crowd—seemingly egging on protestors. The only insurrection that happened was the stealing of the election—and that wasn’t done with a mob in the open. Meanwhile, as I formerly said:
“This is said to be the account of one of the Jan. 6 prisoners himself. Aside from the horror stories of sewage overflows, brutal physical abuse, starvation, mental anguish, and strip searches, it includes the further information that (Covid) unvaccinated prisoners are treated even worse than vaccinated prisoners.
Welcome to Joe Biden’s America.”
Republican senators should be worrying about the stolen election and its disastrous consequences (Biden’s administration has been one crisis after another), not about Trump’s proposal to pardon abused American patriots.
There must be something infectious in the air of the D.C. Swamp. The virus of stupidity and injustice is spreading faster in Congress than monkeypox at a Pride Parade.