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I am a lifelong constitutionalist, conservative, and a proud Reagan-baby (meaning that I voted in my first presidential election for Ronald Reagan, 1984...the year I turned 18). I have always believed in the cause of liberty, limited-government, and the principles of both the Holy Bible and the U.S. Constitution. I have been politically active my entire adult life, and much of my life prior to my post-school years, and I consider myself a pretty reasonable person. I adored Ronald Reagan, tolerated George Herbert Walker Bush even though he was a globalist, complained about the Clintons, thought that Bush Jr. ("Dubya") was okay but preferred him to be the guy in the White House when 9/11 happened as opposed to the Democrat alternative, recognized Barack Obama as the infiltrator and Marxist that he was (and is), and while I was not sure about Mr. Trump when he was a candidate in 2016, I have become a huge supporter of the man as I have watched him battle for America, for liberty, and against an establishment I believe is poised to take down America and turn it into a post-constitutional socialist tyranny.
Who else was there? How many of the infiltrators were Antifa, or socialist group members, or BLM sympathizers?
That makes a lot more sense than believing that a bunch of elderly or peaceful Trump supporters, after four years of peaceful protests and rallies, suddenly went rogue and began ripping down barriers, breaking windows, and acting in a manner we normally only see from leftist agitators and community organizers.
Amazingly, the lame-stream media refused to call the violent riots around the country over the summer anything other than peaceful protests, and then when they couldn't escape the violent nature of the riots, called them Trump's fault, but now, suddenly, the protesters are not peaceful and they were quick to point blame regardless of the facts or the history behind the groups.
A logical analysis of January 6th, 2021 proves that the behavior of the groups in question creates a shadow of a doubt that Trump-supporters suddenly went into a violent frenzy. To believe otherwise is, to be honest, disingenuous.
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