White-washing The Stupid Coup

H/T Scissorhead Skinny-D

Without any guile, the W$J breathlessly tells us:

“The elaborate national security network set up after the 9/11 terrorist attacks to identify and thwart threats failed ahead of last month’s Capitol riot, as law enforcement didn’t act on intelligence about potential violence and prevent the assault.

“While the information was shared, this multipoint warning system broke down, failing to generate sufficient follow-up, as officials spotted and dismissed these signals while missing others entirely.”

…when there’s already evidence that the 4th Reich was already preparing to kneecap any response. The W$J is one of Rupert’s many properties, and you know, you cannot make a person see what is in their best interest to not see.

All of this pre-meditation should be introduced into Impeachment evidence that Hair Füror knew he was inciting insurrection.

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7 Responses to White-washing The Stupid Coup

  1. The elaborate national security network set up after the 9/11 terrorist attacks to identify and thwart threats

    You mean the “elaborate National Security network” that has been deliberately managed to ignore tright wing and white supremacist threats in favor of [checks notes] muslims, Earth First, indian tribes and BLM?

    That “elaborate National Security network”??

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    • sos says:

      I’d hazard a guess that the “elaborate National Security network” has rarely ever stopped a white domestic terrorism plot. Especially those well and truly broadcast on social media.

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  2. R White says:

    It’s a shame that none of our glorious stenographers within the worthless beltway media are slightly curious about Roger Stone’s involvement with those notorious oath keepers, his speech to the troops on the fifth at a hotel just blocks from the WH., and his knowledge of what was planned on the sixth to which he bragged to said impotent press regarding the upcoming rally, “We shall see.”

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  3. roket says:

    The WSJ is obviously unaware of how the republican party goes about defunding and sometimes neutering the police. Stupid WSJ.


  4. lofgren says:

    “Incitement” implies that the audience just came for a nice rally, and then Trump went and ruined it by getting them all wound up.

    That’s not what happened.

    If your friends call you and say they want to rob a bank, and you can keep half the money, all you have to do is throw a rave in the warehouse across the street to help cover their escape, and you never say “yes,” but rather proceed to organize and pay for the rave while promising to spend your share of the money well, you are not guilty of “inciting a bank robbery.” You are a bank robber.

    Trump didn’t incite anything because the attack was planned long before he stepped foot on stage. By holding the rally, Trump became a participant in the attempted coup that was organized in his name. I really do not understand why everybody is going along with the Republican framing making this about speech. It’s not.

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  5. spotthedog says:

    I have sometimes wondered to what extent Bin Laden knew or anticipated that our own people would try to finish what he started.

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