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Oath Keeper Stewart Rhodes Gets 18 Years


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Seditious Conspirator Stewart Rhodes has been handed an 18 year prison sentence for his role in the January 6 Capitol attack. 
 

The judge told him: “You, sir, present an ongoing threat and a peril to this country, to the Republic and the very fabric of our democracy.”

Prosecutors had asked for a 25 year sentence, stating that Rhodes had been calling for attacks against the government for over ten years.  
 

Despite his conviction, Rhodes gave an interview just four days ago, stating that the government was “coming after those on the political right.”

“It’s not going to stop until it’s stopped,” Mr. Rhodes said during the interview, adding that the country needed “regime change.” (Not the brightest thing for him to say four days before his sentencing hearing).

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The intent and symbolism of the people that crossed the line on January 6th, becoming criminals, the ones that went in, lots of Trump supporters were outside and went home after. How come they could do it, but, others wanted to be Hulk, and decided to go in?! Now the system comes for you. 18 years in a jail cell for anger. There were others that went to jail and then finally saw the light amongst the Capitol Rioters, hard for them to build their life up now, in my view. 

At the Capitol inadvertently, in my view, the ones that entered assisted foreign enemies by undermining the image of American stability and democracy. Moscow and Beijing, run by 2 former communist gangs, now are dressed differently, I still call them communist, which is the label that I chose for them, they were smiling that day seeing those images of hooligans entering like it was the last century. 

The subsequent punishment reflects the gravity of their actions, it is all about intent. The House always wins.

---> and there are other customers too: 

https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/capitol-violence

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