Vice President Kamala Harris stooped to a new low during her speech on January 6th.
She compared Jan 6th to Pearl Harbor and September 11th.
She made no comment on the violent left-wing riots that ravaged American throughout the summer of 2020.
.@VP places January 6 Capitol riot in the category of December 7, 1941 (bombing of Pearl Harbor) and September 11, 2011 (terrorist murder of nearly 3,000 Americans). This is insane.
— Joel Pollak (@joelpollak) January 6, 2022
To equate what happened on January 6th to the attacks on Pearl Harbor and 9/11, which killed a combined 3000+ people and injured 25,000 more, is utterly insane.
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) January 6, 2022
Yes, Kamala just compared Jan. 6th to the Attack on Pearl Harbor and 9/11… pic.twitter.com/8jW0YXqL9a
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) January 6, 2022
This is a ridiculous comparison:
To VP Harris, her staffers pushing filing cabinets against her office door on January 6 was as traumatic as…
– 28,000 Dead or Injured Americans
– Destruction of 19 Navy Ships including 8 battleships
Condolences to victims and families of 9/11 and Pearl Harbor. https://t.co/Uewk6G44tk
— Chanel Rion OAN (@ChanelRion) January 6, 2022
Kamala Harris started a bail fund for violent left-wing rioters:
A man who was twice bailed out of jail in separate cases by a fund supported by Vice President Kamala Harris has been arrested again while under investigation for another possible case, Minnesota prosecutors said.
According to the Hennepin County Attorney’s office, Thomas Moseley, 29, had been arrested and released in cases involving allegations that include damaging a police precinct in August and rioting in December. He was arrested again on Jan. 27, just 22 days after his latest release. During that span, he is also suspected of trying to illegally purchase a gun, and officers are investigating that matter.
Moseley is facing three new felony counts of fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance while in possession of a firearm for allegedly having marijuana, cocaine and psilocyn mushrooms.
“In the two previously mentioned cases,” the new criminal complaint says, referred to property damage and gun possession charges, “the Defendant was able to secure unconditional release after the Minnesota Freedom Fund posted $5,000 cash in addition to a bond that had been previously secured. In a third now-pending case, the Defendant was then charged with Riot in the Second Degree from an event that occurred on December 31, 2020.”
The complaint goes on to say that in that case, the Minnesota Freedom Fund again secured Moseley’s release, that time posting $60,000 bail.
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