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The wheels appear to be coming off, if they were ever on in the first place with the discovery of two pipe bombs planted the night before Jan 6, 2021.


And why didn’t Nancy Pelosi, when warned of the planning and preparation of an event, as far back as November, not accept the offer of beefed up security around the Capitol? Why wouldn’t you?. Unless…


One could almost conclude that the idea was to provoke an event of which she had foreknowledge.


Perhaps she saw it as the potential for yet another crisis to be harnessed, turned against her political enemies and “not to be wasted”.


And now that this temporary,  barbed wire topped security fence has become a permanent feature, combined with some of the language about “the enemy is within”, and the irresponsible loose talk about gun toting congressman on the floor of the chamber, and threats of murder attributed to Ted Cruz by AOC, Pelosi and the Democrats appear to be further trying to provoke a major event or some kind of backlash so they can ramp up further crackdowns on MAGA and middle America.


Having criminalised political difference and weaponised and redefined key words and phrases like hate-speech and terrorism, it’s all starting to look like very much like it’s part of a set piece. A 2021 copy book replay of the 1933, Reichstag Fire in order to create the pretext for a further and extensive crack down.


As noted above, the planning for which was in the works for some while BEFORE January 6.




“…As Senate Democrats mull their options for convicting or censuring Trump and banning him from future public office for allegedly inciting insurrection, experts said their incitement case against him was dealt a severe blow this week when federal prosecutors charged three men in the Capitol attack, alleging their communication and coordination dated back to November. 


For speech to meet the threshold of incitement, a speaker must, first, indicate a desire for violence and, second, demonstrate a capability or reasonable indication of capability to carry out the violence, according to Kevin Brock, former assistant director of intelligence for the FBI.


In Trump’s case, Brock said, there were neither.


Still unanswered are questions about how much House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell knew in advance of the potential for violence and when they knew it. Also unresolved are lingering questions surrounding the Pentagon’s pre-attack offer to send National Guard troops to reinforce the Capitol Police…”