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Title: Exclusive Video: Capitol Police Execute Unarmed Woman Carrying Trump Flag
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URL Source: https://www.newswars.com/exclusive- ... med-woman-carrying-trump-flag/
Published: Jan 6, 2021
Author: Alex Jones
Post Date: 2021-01-06 17:24:25 by Horse
Keywords: None
Views: 586
Comments: 65

Graphic footage captured by Infowars shows the execution of a Trump-supporting woman being shot point-blank in the neck by police.

Mainstream media doesn’t want the American public to see this footage of an American patriot being shot dead for protesting in a taxpayer-funded building.

Our sources have confirmed the woman died from the wound.

EXTREMELY GRAPHIC IMAGERY:

https://www.newswars.com/exclusive-video-capitol-police-execute-unarmed-woman-carrying-trump-flag/

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#5. To: Horse (#0)

If those gutless bastards start shooting Patriotic Protesters - than the next Big Protest will be alot different and the Chinese NewsNetworks will really have some graphic footage. CW2 is very close to reality, the USA has been taken

sonny  posted on  2021-01-06   18:57:23 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#10. To: sonny (#5)

than the next Big Protest will be alot different and the Chinese NewsNetworks will really have some graphic footage. CW2 is very close to reality, the USA has been taken

My thoughts exactly. I was thinking how different this would be if those protesters all had AK-47s or AR-15s or M-60s !

noone222  posted on  2021-01-06   21:14:03 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#11. To: noone222, All (#10)

Fox talking heads doing their best to call for.."play nice, work together dont make waves"...ALL BE RIGHT...

What horseshit they spread, the Communists are inside the gates.

Cynicom  posted on  2021-01-06   21:20:16 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#12. To: Cynicom (#11)

They killed Ashli Babbit as she was climbing a broken window to leave the building. Unbelievable, olde Man.

Fred Mertz  posted on  2021-01-06   22:30:33 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


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Lod  posted on  2021-01-06   23:23:16 ET  (1 image) Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#19. To: Lod (#13)

Lod, the title of the image is spot on.

Stacking the traitors like cordwood would be a totally apt way to handle the scumbags.

We must remember, the Founders were all men of wealth. They all owned property. Several of the signers of the Declaration of Independence died as paupers and/or had their homes burned by the British.

I recall an old story I heard about Washington. He was riding around on a recon of an area. There were many American troops nearby. A British patrol had the chance to shoot him, but they did not. It was very lucky for us that he survived until the end.

BTW, the Constitutional Convention in 1789 was a re-organization under international bankruptcy law. The British had been counterfeiting Colonial Script which made it worthless.

The reasons for the Convention were to rewrite the Articles of Confederation. But that idea was scrapped in favor of a new Constitution of which Thomas Jefferson was the principal author.

When the documents were presented to the Delegates, several refused to sign without a Bill of Rights. This led to the first 10 Amendments known as the Bill of Rights.

These very wise men gave us a blueprint for the future which they hoped would be a living document.

It has lasted now for nearly 250 years.

Only the advent of modern technology and computerized voting machines threatens to destroy what they have given us. ;)

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-01-07   5:57:58 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#34. To: BTP Holdings (#19)

I recall an old story I heard about Washington. He was riding around on a recon of an area. There were many American troops nearby. A British patrol had the chance to shoot him, but they did not. It was very lucky for us that he survived until the end.

The long gun arm of the day was a musket, which was in no way accurate over long distances. It's the reason why some generals simply sat on horseback behind the lines while shooting was going on, trusting fate to keep them safe. That was before the sniping was possible, for the most part. Though I read once that the rifled barrel was actually experimented with by a British office during the Rev war, but he was fortuitously wounded in a battle and his advocacy of this high tech advance over the musket was inappropriately dismissed.

When the documents were presented to the Delegates, several refused to sign without a Bill of Rights. This led to the first 10 Amendments known as the Bill of Rights.

What we call the Bill of Rights actually preexisted in similar form for, I think, a few centuries in British law. It was largely adopted and was not an original idea by the founders.

Only the advent of modern technology and computerized voting machines threatens to destroy what they have given us. ;)

My theory: The longer a government persists, the greater the abuses that creep into the establishment. In Britain, it's gone farther than it has here because the gov has existed for a longer period of time. I think that's the philosophical reasoning behind the watering of the Tree of Liberty being necessary every 20 years or so.

But does that even work? In the Rev war, it was a case of organized colonies, via the Continental Congress, throwing off a *foreign* king. The founders experienced first hand the abuses of the crown and had a motive to create a new gov that was of, by and for the people. That's all well and fine, but the problem now is the prospect of throwing off a *domestic* king. That doesn't work as well as quite often those who might lead such an effort and be successful at it are the ones who are, by default, tasked with creating the new government. And even if such a person would be virtuous and benevolent, some of those around them do thirst for power and will do their best to corruptly obtain it under such a person or remove him entirely.

The fact is that power attracts those who crave it, while the truly good people that *could* be trusted with it are indifferent and acquiesce to those who savor it. So very often these internal revolutions fail. France might be a good example. They violently through off their king in the 1789 revolution, only to see Napoleon become de facto emperor of France before the war of 1812.

So what's the best realistic outcome for the USA now that Trump is out? I don't know. I may be better off being outside the country, but China is the biggest threat now, and if the dollar crashes then the USA empire also collapses, and that could leave the communist country free to just take over much of the world, including where I am. This country made a bad deal with China years ago and we're paying for it with oil and a crappy dam they built here that could collapse. My temptation is to go back to the same state of apathy I've had for the fed gov before Trump got into office. Just care about myself and let the USA, as a whole, reap what it has sown.

Pinguinite  posted on  2021-01-07   12:06:34 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#37. To: Pinguinite (#34)

The long gun arm of the day was a musket, which was in no way accurate over long distances.

Washington was safer than his British counterpart. Brits had muskets but the Americans had the Kentucky long rifle which was much more accurate over long distances.

nationalinterest.org/blog...in-its-independence-33311

Ada  posted on  2021-01-07   12:35:14 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


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#39. To: Ada (#37)

the Kentucky long rifle

And that was the game changer for the Colonials.

Plus arms were being smuggled in by the French who were able to get past the British Naval blockade. ;)

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-01-07 12:53:20 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


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