A quiet day. We'll start with some outrage by Da Mail from across the pond, Donald Trump releases three-word, all-caps Labor Day statement saying ‘FIX 2020 FIRST’ in latest claim that Joe Biden stole his election victory. Nice of them to care about American elections. I don't care much what they do in jolly old England.
The CA machine is ready to fix the election if they don’t get the results they like. I just got this email. You can mail in your ballot until the day of voting…so if they don’t get the result they like when voting stops they’ll magically find more votes over the next few days. https://t.co/oxJS7zlb2I pic.twitter.com/OKNVWHrMsh— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) September 3, 2021
Jazz Shaw is jazzed that Qanon Shaman pleads guilty to one felony count, which may result in ‘QAnon Shaman’ likely to serve over 3 years for Capitol riot role (NYPo). The tall nail head gets hit harder. I'm still not too sure about this guy, given his previous attendance at BLM and Antifa riots. He probably doesn't really have much of a political worldview, just a sense of grievance and a willingness to cosplay. A few months might give him time to reflect, but I doubt it will happen.
|They're calling his flag pole a weapon|
And news that the administration is ginning up fears of a new attack by "insurrectionists", anyone opposing the new administration (to use that word loosely) in the streets. 13 Newsnow, Capitol Police officers told to prepare for fence to return ahead of ‘Justice for J6’ protest
U.S. Capitol Police officers have been told to prepare for fencing to return to the Capitol complex, ahead of an alt-right rally scheduled for Sept. 18. A decision on whether to re-install the imposing barriers has not been finalized, as intelligence on the upcoming “Justice for J6” rally is examined, officials familiar with the matter said.I do wonder how many FBI agents have been dedicated to infiltrating it. And whether they will incite violence.
The Capitol Police officers said they were first told to be ready for fence reconstruction during a roll call meeting about two weeks ago – a huddle when department leaders brief officers on daily matters, changes in procedure, and upcoming events.
The roll call discussions concerning reconstructed Capitol fencing have not been previously reported.
The “Justice for J6” rally is scheduled for this month near the west front of the Capitol – a protest supporting jailed Jan. 6 insurrection defendants.
Matt Braynard, the head of data for the 2016 Trump campaign, announced the gathering on Steve Bannon’s podcast this summer, issuing a clarion call for his followers to seek justice for Capitol riot defendants.
“As we continue to raise the profile of these individuals, it makes it harder and harder for the left’s phony narrative about an insurrection to stick,” Braynard said on Bannon’…