Capitol Siege Survivors Recount Their Emotional Trauma

It was like the Alamo, Pearl Harbor, Hamburger Hill, 9/11 and Charlottesville all rolled into one.

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  1. The two oligarchs in power (rep/dem ) want the DOJ to use RICO to go after the proud boys and any other groups they deem domestic terrorists. That means any White groups looking to form.

    Too bad Blumph’s DOJ didn’t use RICO to go after Antifa and BLM when they were burning, looting and attacking innocent bystanders. The left plays to wins by any mean’s necessary while the right still plays by the rules.

  2. Bank of America is giving information like credit/debit card purchases in DC, hotel and Airbnb rentals in DC, airline tickets to/from DC for the dates of 1/5 – 1/7 to the Feds to “assist” in profiling people who may have been at the Capitol on 1-6. The yids are really freaking out.

    • Funny how that can’t identify the person logging onto the Q account yet. It should be easy to trace that account holder.

  3. What a promenade of absolute gheyness. These are the clowns in charge of us? The Chinese are laughing. Ronald MacDonald needs to go on the $20 bill.

  4. AOC comes under fire…but (white male) Brian Williams’ lie was “shot down”…


    In February 2015, Williams was suspended for six months from the broadcast [NBC Nightly News] for misrepresenting his experience in the 2003 invasion of Iraq…

    Iraq War helicopter lie

    On February 4, 2015, Williams apologized for and recanted his disproven Iraq War story, which he had told on a Nightly News broadcast on January 30, 2015. He claimed that a military helicopter he was traveling in had been “forced down after being hit by an RPG”. Soon after it aired, Williams’ story was criticized by Lance Reynolds, a flight engineer on board one of the three Chinook helicopters that had been attacked. Reynolds and other crew members said Williams had been aboard one of a separate group of helicopters from the helicopter that had been fired upon, which was flying about half an hour behind and was forced to make an emergency landing because of a sandstorm rather than an attack. Additional soldiers soon came forward both to confirm that Williams was not in the group of helicopters one of which had come under fire, and to express their hurt that Williams had inserted himself into the event.

    In his original on-air reporting of the incident on March 26, 2003, for Dateline NBC, Williams had said only that “the Chinook ahead of us was almost blown out of the sky … by an RPG” and made an emergency landing. But in introducing the piece, NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw described Williams as having “got [him]self into … a close call in the skies over Iraq”, and the story was headlined, “Target Iraq: Helicopter NBC’s Brian Williams Was Riding In Comes Under Fire”

    A book published by NBC in 2003 said that “Army Chinook helicopters [were] forced to make a desert landing after being attacked by Iraqi Fedayeen”, with Williams aboard.

    In a 2007 retelling, Williams did not state that his craft had been hit, but said: “I looked down the tube of an RPG that had been fired at us, and it hit the chopper in front of us.” This contradicted the statements by the crew of the craft that was hit, that it was at least 30 minutes ahead of Williams’ helicopter. However, the soldiers who piloted Williams’ helicopter in Iraq said no rocket-propelled grenades had been fired at the aircraft, a fact that Williams did not dispute and apologized for. In a 2013 account, Williams said his helicopter had been “hit … and landed very quickly”.

    In a February 5, 2015 interview with CNN, the pilot (Alejandro Xirau) of the Chinook in which Williams was traveling said that while the aircraft did not sustain RPG fire, it did indeed sustain small-arms fire and the door gunners returned fire.

    On February 10, 2015, NBC News President Deborah Turness suspended Williams without pay for six months from his position as Managing Editor and Anchor of the Nightly News for having misrepresented the Iraq incident. On June 18, 2015, he was demoted to breaking news anchor for MSNBC…
    — Wikipedia: “Brian Williams”

  5. Anyone here from Minnesota? If so, you need to contact Mr. Phillips and let him know what a worthless POS he is. Or something to that effect.

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