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    Default The Seventh of January 2021 Afterwards

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    Default Our view: After this week's events, it's time to heal

    Our view: After this week's events, it's time to heal


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    Our nation has been through a jarring, thumping couple of days, but our republic stands, and the Electoral College vote has been counted and certified.

    Some of our elected GOP representatives in Washington, D.C., fueled distrust in our democratic process, spreading falsehoods and conspiracy theories about an election that has been investigated, litigated, adjudicated, and their claims refuted. Challenged votes have been audited and recounted multiple times, and courts up to the highest in the land have dismissed allegations of widespread voter fraud.

    In a statement, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said, “Congress has now counted and certified the electoral votes. ... Some sought to overturn the will of the voters of our country by objecting to the legitimate results or by storming the Capitol and committing acts of armed violence and rioting. Neither succeeded, thankfully, and the will of the people will be upheld. ... Members upheld their oaths to defend the Constitution, and today will be remembered as the day that our democracy prevailed.”

    Many GOP lawmakers stood against the undermining of our democracy before the chaos Wednesday, and we would like to recognize some of those:

    Notably from Missouri, U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner, a Republican, said in a statement Monday: “While I may not like the outcome of the election, that does not mean I can, nor should I, try to usurp the powers of the individual states of our republic, To allow Congress to alter the decided outcome of the election would irreparably damage our system of government and defy the Constitution.”

    U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R.-Okla., said, “My job on Wednesday is clear, and there are only two things I am permitted to do under the Constitution: ensure the electors are properly certified and count the electoral votes, even when I disagree with the outcome. To challenge a state’s certification, given how specific the Constitution is, would be a violation of my oath of office.”

    After the domestic terrorists invaded our seat of government, some lawmakers who had backed the objections to certifying the electoral votes changed their position. It was the right thing to do.

    “While we disagree — and disagree strongly at times — we do not encourage what happened today, ever,” said U.S. Sen. Jim Lankford, R-Okla. “We are headed toward certification of Joe Biden as (president) and we will work together.”

    Recently defeated U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., said, “When I arrived in Washington this morning, I fully intended to object to the certification of the electoral votes. However, the events that have transpired today have forced me to reconsider and I cannot now, in good conscience, object.”

    Too bad the revelation came so late.

    “Nothing before us proves illegality near the massive scale that would have tipped the entire election,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said. “The Constitution gives us here in Congress a limited role. We cannot simply declare ourselves a national board of elections on steroids. The voters, the courts, the states — they’ve all spoken. They’ve all spoken. If we overrule them, it would damage our republic forever.”

    A republic takes not just the consent of the governed to operate. It takes faith in and support of the democratic process. Dissent, questions and challenges are protected — even necessary — and have their time and place. But the time has come to accept reality.

    U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, said. “The best way we can show respect for the voters who were upset is by telling them the truth.”

    It is time to begin to heal our nation.



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    Please cut my gal-pal Lindsey Graham (RINO-Faggot, SC) some slack. He was running low on testosterone given that when the Capitol Rabbleootion was going on Lindsey couldn't get his morning & evening anal / oral testosterone injections from tranny Navy SEALS, cum-cum, cum-cum.

    I'm in hiding in the basement where I've been since I called upon the Charlottesville 2.0 ZOGbots to lead ZOGling ZOGtard whigger ass-clowns into an auntie-ZOG insurrection against ZOG. I would have lead as promised but the white horse was missing, Stormy Daniels wasn't available to ride, and I couldn't walk leading the joop ZOGtards because muh bone-spurs were acting up again and interacting with the yellow streak down my back. I think I got Kung Flu again.

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    Default Andy Ostmeyer: Inevitable? Thoughts from inside the newsroom

    Andy Ostmeyer: Inevitable? Thoughts from inside the newsroom

    Andy Ostmeyer Jan 9, 2021



    https://www.joplinglobe.com/opinion/...50f2e7ae9.html
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    What follows are some of the thoughts and conversations from inside (and outside) the newsroom this week:

    • In the middle of the attack, a lot of newsrooms, including this one, debated the proper word to describe what was happening: Protest? Demonstration? Insurrection?

    Even as its reporters and photographers were being attacked and its equipment destroyed by the mob, The Associated Press sent out this guideline:

    “Protest and demonstration refer to specific actions such as marches, sit-ins, rallies or other actions meant to register dissent. They can be legal or illegal, organized or spontaneous, peaceful or violent, and involve any number of people.”

    Still, those words seemed inadequate to me. “Insurrection” — a violent uprising against authority — was the word used by U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, and former President George Bush. Some papers used "Insurrection" in their headlines.

    Our page designers settled on the word “Inevitable” for a headline, taken from a comment by U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb.: “Lies have consequences. This violence was the inevitable and ugly outcome of the president’s addiction to constantly stoking division.”

    Looking for an accurate word, that was it.

    • Watching video of journalists being attacked and threatened and their equipment being destroyed, I thought: This is the result of years of President Donald Trump calling the media the "enemy of the people." “Murder the Media” was scrawled on a door inside the Capitol. One journalist said, "I had three different people threaten to shoot me over the course of the day. ... At one point, a guy leaned over to me and said, 'I’m coming back with a gun tomorrow, and I’m coming for you.'"

    The mob knew it had nothing to fear. Journalists working at the Capitol that day are heroes.

    • Calls actually started coming in early Tuesday. Some wanted to know why all the letters that morning as well as a guest column by a former Joplin resident all lambasted U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., who had said just a few days earlier that he would object to the certification of the Electoral College vote. They thought we had stacked the deck.

    No, I told them. That’s the way the letters came in. In the days following Hawley’s announcement, the letters were unanimously critical. We did not receive a letter defending Hawley’s decision until after the attack. If Hawley read the papers, he might have been able to read the tea leaves.

    I view the editorial page as an open community forum, open to anyone as long as they play by the rules we’ve laid out, and I invite people to use it.

    • Hawley's mistake was underestimating the depth of anger in America. He thought he could play to it, but he couldn't control it. His decision loosed that anger upon the Capitol. President Trump, urging people that morning to "fight like hell," did likewise, and he also may have misjudged the depth of the anger. This was from The Washington Post: "In private, the president has tried to rationalize his actions, saying he wanted only to encourage a large protest that would garner news coverage and rattle members of Congress — not for his supporters to actually storm the Capitol in the worst breach of its security since the War of 1812."

    Some saw what happened Wednesday as a triumph. The guy in the horned helmet — his name is Jacob Anthony Chansley and he’s from Arizona, and on Wednesday, he made it all the way to the Senate chamber, where he grabbed an American flag and demanded Vice President Mike Pence show himself.

    “In Chansley’s mind, Wednesday was a total victory for his cause,” National Review reported in its profile of the guy.

    “We won by sending a message to the senators and the congressman,” Chansley said. “We won by sending a message to Pence.”

    The anger, still there, is now emboldened.

    • I talked to one Joplin man who had been at the Capitol but didn't go in. The person declined to be interviewed for a story but dismissed reports that antifa was involved.

    "These people were not antifa; they were angry Americans." he said.

    Trump supporters?

    "Absolutely."

    • Some folks wanted to know why we placed the story about Joplin businessman David Humphreys and Hawley on our front page on Friday morning. They don’t think Humphreys’ opinion is in itself newsworthy. The story was there because it captured Hawley’s fall from grace. A few weeks earlier, he was being mentioned as a possible 2024 presidential candidate. But last week, both Humphreys, who gave millions to Hawley, and former U.S. Sen. John Danforth, who lent his name to Hawley’s ambitions, were denouncing him. Danforth called his previous support for Hawley “the worst mistake I made in my life.”

    I thought it also deserved that position in the newspaper because it highlights the struggle underway inside the Republican Party: Is it going to return to its traditional values or be remade by that anger?

    The answer to that will have serious consequences for the country.

    Andy Ostmeyer is the editor of The Joplin Globe. His email address is aostmeyer@joplinglobe.com.

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    Default The Sixth of January 2021 was Charlottesville 2.0 or Greensboro 2021

    The Sixth of January 2021 was Charlottesville 2.0 or Greensboro 2021


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    A number of people involved in the White Supremacy Movement called the "Sixth of January Inevitable Incident" Charlottesville 2.0 as much the same people who initially instigated this were the same people as in Charlottesville 1.0 back in 2017. The police let these antifa pretending to be genuine white supremacists in then the rest of the foolish mob gets into the opulent nest of thieves and then goes wild and the result looks like the Bastille in 1787 or the Russian Revolution in 1917. I know whereof I speak because the government allows these agents provacateurs -- ZOGbots -- to run wild and then engage in litigation against myself and my Aryan Nations Church 900 miles away for calling them out. These corrupt judges and stacked non-white juries refuse to allow myself -- and I as a non-lawyer am refused to be able to represent my Aryan Nations Church -- to present evidence on my and my Church's behalf -- and so they hear "white supremacist" (which of course I am) and my property is stolen under color of their "law" and the result shall of course be "inevitable retaliation." Right now I am urging that the North Perry Nuclear Power Plant in NE Ohio be "chernobyled" as the antifa ZOGbot who is oppressing me got fired because I reported on him.

    Now getting involved in rioting and violence can be an awful lot of fun for young white men with nothing to lose. I have urged anyone listening to my voice to not go to what was going to be a racial and class riot spurred on by antifa agitators such as happened on Jan 6 as "Charlottesville 2.0" much less the "Unite the Right" Charlottesville Rally in Aug 2017. But telling young hotheads that is as useless as telling young klansmen to not attend Greensboro NC back in Nov. 1979. The proper word to use is "inevitable." Likewise I urge young white men to not attend the Senile Joe inauguration next week or so because there is too much chance for IEDs and car bombs making such as much fun as Baghdad 2007.

    So the past few years most of the white supremacist violence has been when "Lone Wolves / Lone Tards" who no one has ever heard of before like Dylan Roof or Robert Bowers or the El Paso Walmart Shooter or all manner of the like go off and either die in a hail of police gunfire or survive to be tried years after the event. My position is of course to glorify such violence much as the Sein Fein glorified the IRA. But 6 Jan 2021 was an event, promoted by antifa ZOGbots in which Deplorables much like the starving Parisians rose up and set the Congress-Criminal rabble to rout and made it quite certain that political violence and the resulting white supremacist violence shall never be absent until the Final Collapse.

    And far more of a target are those ailing obsolete nuclear power plants which are an irrestible target for rural domestic white supremacist terrorists to easily deprive of the cooling water necessary for their spent and functioning fuel rods to keep from meltdown. The resulting meltdown around Cleveland Ohio could kill millions and poison the land forever. Yet I was punished with a $15,000 defamation judgment for exposing the non-white "white Supremacist" antifa ZOGbot and getting it fired. Well, as mentioned before, I know how to get my own back with interest.

    What must be understood is that this Mighty Evil Empire must be destroyed. Over 80 percent voted for Donald Trump this past [s]election. And yet we are supposed to endure communism, the loss of free speech through Big Tech censorship and crooked courts and the ending of the Second Amendment because of millions of mail-in ballot harvesting, the miscounting of the votes through voting machines made in China, in the inner-cities of Blue States, to be told to "vote harder", and be good little Republicucks who sponsor everything for Israel and Corporate Plutocracy while the dollar is hyperinflated away and young white men have nothing left to do . . . but revolt?

    So we will never knuckle under to this fraudulent election or this decrepit Mighty Evil Empire on the verge of Collapse, be us Boomers who let it all slip away or GenXers who never got their place at the trough, or the Millennials who never had a trough or a place there in the first place ever because they are young cis-gendered white males.

    Yes, yes, the proper word to describe the events of The Sixth of January 2021 is "inevitable." Ashli Babbitt -- or Roberta Paulsen -- was the first fatality of the Second Civil War which ended with the Ten Thousand Warlords over the former ZOGland.

    The Sixth of January 2021 shall become far more important of a date to remember than the Seventh of December 1941 (the Beginning of the Mighty Evil Empire) or 9-11 (ZOG gets humbled) or maybe even the Fourth of July 1776 because of this date there shall never ever be any domestic tranquility again and this date shall be reckoned the same as 476 A.D. when the previous Mighty Evil Empire fell.

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    Default No shortage of sketchy characters in the Capitol Building area

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewplin Glob View Post
    Andy Ostmeyer: Inevitable? Thoughts from inside the newsroom

    Andy Ostmeyer Jan 9, 2021



    https://www.joplinglobe.com/opinion/...50f2e7ae9.html
    http://christian-identity.net/forum/...2257#post22257
    http://whitenationalist.org/forum/sh...2257#post22257


    What follows are some of the thoughts and conversations from inside (and outside) the newsroom this week:

    • In the middle of the attack, a lot of newsrooms, including this one, debated the proper word to describe what was happening: Protest? Demonstration? Insurrection?

    Even as its reporters and photographers were being attacked and its equipment destroyed by the mob, The Associated Press sent out this guideline:

    “Protest and demonstration refer to specific actions such as marches, sit-ins, rallies or other actions meant to register dissent. They can be legal or illegal, organized or spontaneous, peaceful or violent, and involve any number of people.”

    Still, those words seemed inadequate to me. “Insurrection” — a violent uprising against authority — was the word used by U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, and former President George Bush. Some papers used "Insurrection" in their headlines.

    Our page designers settled on the word “Inevitable” for a headline, taken from a comment by U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb.: “Lies have consequences. This violence was the inevitable and ugly outcome of the president’s addiction to constantly stoking division.”

    Looking for an accurate word, that was it.

    • Watching video of journalists being attacked and threatened and their equipment being destroyed, I thought: This is the result of years of President Donald Trump calling the media the "enemy of the people." “Murder the Media” was scrawled on a door inside the Capitol. One journalist said, "I had three different people threaten to shoot me over the course of the day. ... At one point, a guy leaned over to me and said, 'I’m coming back with a gun tomorrow, and I’m coming for you.'"

    The mob knew it had nothing to fear. Journalists working at the Capitol that day are heroes.

    • Calls actually started coming in early Tuesday. Some wanted to know why all the letters that morning as well as a guest column by a former Joplin resident all lambasted U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., who had said just a few days earlier that he would object to the certification of the Electoral College vote. They thought we had stacked the deck.

    No, I told them. That’s the way the letters came in. In the days following Hawley’s announcement, the letters were unanimously critical. We did not receive a letter defending Hawley’s decision until after the attack. If Hawley read the papers, he might have been able to read the tea leaves.

    I view the editorial page as an open community forum, open to anyone as long as they play by the rules we’ve laid out, and I invite people to use it.

    • Hawley's mistake was underestimating the depth of anger in America. He thought he could play to it, but he couldn't control it. His decision loosed that anger upon the Capitol. President Trump, urging people that morning to "fight like hell," did likewise, and he also may have misjudged the depth of the anger. This was from The Washington Post: "In private, the president has tried to rationalize his actions, saying he wanted only to encourage a large protest that would garner news coverage and rattle members of Congress — not for his supporters to actually storm the Capitol in the worst breach of its security since the War of 1812."

    Some saw what happened Wednesday as a triumph. The guy in the horned helmet — his name is Jacob Anthony Chansley and he’s from Arizona, and on Wednesday, he made it all the way to the Senate chamber, where he grabbed an American flag and demanded Vice President Mike Pence show himself.

    “In Chansley’s mind, Wednesday was a total victory for his cause,” National Review reported in its profile of the guy.

    “We won by sending a message to the senators and the congressman,” Chansley said. “We won by sending a message to Pence.”

    The anger, still there, is now emboldened.

    • I talked to one Joplin man who had been at the Capitol but didn't go in. The person declined to be interviewed for a story but dismissed reports that antifa was involved.

    "These people were not antifa; they were angry Americans." he said.

    Trump supporters?

    "Absolutely."

    • Some folks wanted to know why we placed the story about Joplin businessman David Humphreys and Hawley on our front page on Friday morning. They don’t think Humphreys’ opinion is in itself newsworthy. The story was there because it captured Hawley’s fall from grace. A few weeks earlier, he was being mentioned as a possible 2024 presidential candidate. But last week, both Humphreys, who gave millions to Hawley, and former U.S. Sen. John Danforth, who lent his name to Hawley’s ambitions, were denouncing him. Danforth called his previous support for Hawley “the worst mistake I made in my life.”

    I thought it also deserved that position in the newspaper because it highlights the struggle underway inside the Republican Party: Is it going to return to its traditional values or be remade by that anger?

    The answer to that will have serious consequences for the country.

    Andy Ostmeyer is the editor of The Joplin Globe. His email address is aostmeyer@joplinglobe.com.
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    One person out of a hundred thousand (or whatever) is settled proof (to a newspaper editor?) that there were no other antagonists around besides Trump supporters?! THAT seems bizarre. Perhaps there weren't, but relying on THAT as proof pretty well betrays that obviously someone was just looking for a piece of 'evidence' to justity an aready-made-up mind.

    And like I said (whether it means anything or not) a local woman had relatives there who said everything was good-- visiting and meeting folks and then a group came through that nobody around them knew, not talking, and started climbing over and tearing up things while many told them to stop. Who on earth knows what all was involved with that many?...which is my point...why does the media claim without doubt they know the motives and mindset of every one present?

    It just reinforces to many the feeling that the media has a narrative they always support and really don't want to bother with any variables.


    Quote Originally Posted by My Wave

    You dismiss the eyewitness account of Andy's "one person", then immediately present a claim made by someone who wasn't even in D.C., which presupposes that all Trump supporters know all the other Trump supporters? In any case, the "iT wAs AnTiFa" defense has been blown up by the arrests of the MAGA clowns who stormed, raided and desecrated the Capitol and posted their exploits on social media. They advertised this for weeks. Trump asked them to come to D.C. to overturn the results of the election. He hyped them up with a speech then sent them on their way to the Capitol. There is no conspiracy. Never was. Not with mail-in ballots. Not with Dominion voting machines. Not with dead people voting. Not with George Soros-funded agent provocateurs posing as Trump supporters. Nope. It's only ever been a con-man clown duping a bunch of angry dimwits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Missourian

    Not sure why you didn't understand --evidently not paying atention....the claim I presented WAS from someone who was there...part of the protests..she was sending pictures and details back to relatives here...as I said. And I didn't claim that the claim that I knew about PROVED there were lots of those other 'undercover' protesters!...to the contrary, my whole point was that somebody's claim is NOT enough to begin to conclude definitively whether those groups WERE or WERE NOT there! What IS your motive when you post things?...not even reading what you are replying to...and not even caring if you know ANYTHING about what you are posting on? And by the way, your attempts to somehow dismiss things such as---social media influencing and censorship...and national news media unspoken, but very documented bias/collusion...and even, yes, instances in some places of on the ground fraud by some election officials--as not existing at all shows how you really have no concern with reality at all...just once again screaming your ideology at all of us.

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    Actually the PBS reporters of Pro-Publica who do FRONTLINE for the PBS documentaries admitted that these ZOGbot false-flag operations that did Charlottesville 1.0 in 2017 were there and allowed into the Capitol Building by the police and then several hundred Trump MAGAtards followed without knowing what to do. Then Ashli Babbitt got shot and killed by a negro security officer of Judas Pence's. Totally unnecessary as there were police behind her as well and she should have been detained instead of murdered. If you wish, you could believe a gliberal media report by the documentary arm of the Public BroadCasting System i.e. Pro-Publica instead of an Aryan Nations pastor and former militia leader who has had to deal with state and federal agents provacateur trying to infiltrate genuine white supremacist groups since before Waco.

    https://www.propublica.org/article/s...t-capitol-riot

    This is why I tell any genuine White Supremacists and everyone else except the open antifa to not attend these "Blight-Wing Ding-A-Ling" Rallys be they Charlottesville 1.0 in 2017 or Charlottesville 2.0 = Sixth of January 2021. Yes, you were there when history was being made, like the First Shot of the Second Civil War but you risk being gunned down or caught in a car bomb or IED explosion or at the very least doxxed out, fired, and prosecuted by a District of Corruption judge and jury. Stay at home and stay alive if you know what is good for you.

    And stay away from the Pretender-In-Thief Senile Joe's fake-inauguration. Every side of the Second Civil War combatants have motive and opportunity to set off a series of Baghdad Bangers, i.e. car bombs and IEDs and no one shall claim responsibility for it but blame the other side instead. You have been warned.

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