Administrator | Chaos Theory
The police backed off to try and de-escalate the situation. The mob came in first and the police had little choice but to back off because they did not have enough numbers to resist. Otherwise more people would have died.Well, you can't put out a fire that didn't start.
Maybe if police didn't invite people in, none of this would have happened.
First phrase is supposed to be some coded words for "attack the capitol" ?
None of those tweets is inviting people to violently do anything.
Even less without context.
You don't even know who they are intended for.
You will have to do much better than that.
Despite ample warnings about pro-Trump demonstrations in Washington, U.S. Capitol Police did not bolster staffing on Wednesday and made no preparations for the possibility that the planned protests could escalate into massive violent riots, according to several people briefed on law...
Those tweets I mentioned are from April when Trump tweeted for people to resist the lockdown orders in various states. Whether or not you agree with lockdown measures, you have no right to force the hand of the states.
The tweet citing "defend the 2nd amendment " is pretty clear. 2nd amendment = right to bear arms and have militia.
What would that have anything to do with a lockdown order except to oppose the state government and resist the governor by force through weapons?
The attack on the governor of Michigan is just appetizer for the Capitol Hill riots.