NBC News’ Scott MacFarlane interviews Capitol riot defendant Richard Barnett.
Kim Iversen and Robby Soave react to the first hearing on the January 6th commission.
During the first hearing of the January 6 select committee, Rep. Bennie Thompson played out a series of videos from the Capitol riot. This video contains explicit language and graphic images some may find offensive.
During his opening statement, U.S. Capitol Sergeant Aquilino Gonell recounted his traumatic experience defending the Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot. Gonell explained that the day has taken an emotional toll on him and said, “for most people, January 6 happened for a few hours, but for those […]
DC Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone recalled the encounters he had with rioters and praised the efforts of officers as they responded to the Capitol riot in his opening statement to the January 6 select committee.
House select committee tasked with investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol holds its first hearing.
“You all tried to disrupt democracy that day. You failed,” Dunn said.
“My arms were pinned and effectively useless … I was effectively defenseless and gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob,” he said. This is the Officer who was being crushed between a doorway and his fellow Officers yelling for help on video.
I explain why I think the Boogaloo Bois activist group is anti-racist, anti-cop, and pro-BLM, instead of the alt-right anti-government domestic terrorists which they are sometimes portrayed as.
By Thaddeus Russell, Reason What happened when some indigenous people took their lands back from the state. I first heard about the autonomous movements in Mexico from my anarcho-communist college buddies in the early 1990s. They loved the idea of indigenous people taking up arms and seizing control […]
By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley Well, dearest motherfuckers, I had published my doubts, but it appears that Old Man Biden is prepared to finally end our twenty year clusterfuck in Afghanistan by the end of summer after all. Well, sort of. Like any […]
‘Some are still suffering’: Months after Capitol riot, police who fought the mob contend with physical, psychological pain
By Peter Hermann Washington Post More than six months after Police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell battled the mob that stormed the Capitol, he remains hobbled, a hand scarred, a shoulder aching, recovering from surgery to an injured foot that swelled so large it no longer fit his shoe. The […]
By James Bovard, The American Conservative The January 6 Capitol clash may be the gift that keeps on giving to cynics everywhere. In the coming months, Americans will likely see jaw-dropping bureaucratic debacles, stunning abuses by federal prosecutors, and appalling bloodlust by angry Biden supporters. Perhaps the least […]
By Eric Schnurer The Atlantic The private sector has long been absorbing duties that belong to the government—and that pattern is intensifying. The recent decision by South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem to accept private funding from Willis Johnson, a major Republican donor, to send her state’s National Guard […]
By Jonathan Levison, NPR Racial justice protests in Portland, Ore., have quieted down since last year. The city is now grappling with whether promises for police accountability will actually take shape in the coming months. LISTEN HERE
By Dawit Endeshaw and Maggie Fick,Reuters ADDIS ABABA, July 12 (Reuters) – Forces from Ethiopia’s northern region of Tigray said on Monday they were pushing south and had recaptured a town from government forces, underscoring their determination to keep fighting until the region’s pre-war borders are restored. Reuters […]
Capitol Rioter Thought He Recruited a ‘Patriot’ to his Secret Militia – It was an Undercover FBI Agent
By News and Guts A man who stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6th had plans to continue “the revolution” by breaking his fellow rioters out of prison. He built up a supply of weapons – including an AK-47 and 50 Molotov cocktails – and formed a Bible […]
By Jesse O’Neill New York Post The FBI is building its case against an alleged leader of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot one Lego brick at a time. Investigators seized a “fully constructed US Capitol Lego set” from Robert Morss, 27, along with a notebook containing instructions on […]
By Acacia Coronado, Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas — An Army soldier who shot and killed an armed protester after driving into a crowd demonstrating against police violence in the Texas capital last summer has been indicted on a murder charge, authorities said Thursday. Sgt. Daniel Perry, who was […]
A “far-left” take on the condition of the “far-right.” The most interesting passage: In spite of all that, I still think the Capitol attack represented more of a win than a loss for the far right. Depending on how the question is asked, somewhere between a fifth and […]
From Andy Ngo’s Twitter feed. Watch here.
By Andrew Boryga, The Daily Beast A cadre of armed men from a militia group called the Rise of the Moors shut down a highway outside of Boston for more than nine hours on Saturday morning after allegedly refusing to comply with police orders and taking off into […]
So let me get this straight: it was undercover ANTIFA agitators, but they DON’T want to look into it? Hmmmmmmmm….
By Amanda Suárez Mexican transnational criminal organizations (TCOs) are expanding into cybercrime to form “cyber-cartels,” which present unique threats to U.S. national security interests. Mexican drug cartels have already begun to use technology to further their business operations, including doxxing and surveillance software. Now, these new Mexican cyber-cartels […]
Some interesting footage of the January 6 riot is available here.
This week’s Backchannel features William Lind, Chronicles contributor, as he speaks about his recent piece “Fourth Generation War Comes to a Theater Near You,” which is featured in the October 2020 issue of Chronicles magazine. Lind is joined in conversation by Edward Welsch, Executive Editor of Chronicles, and […]
“Terrorist” is a label that only applies to people that are engaged in violence. –Voicemail caller asks why the Trumpist Q types aren’t considered terrorists by law enforcement
This is a pretty interesting report from the National Intelligence Council. Read the full document here. There is more discussion of non-state actors from Beau below:
The predictions he outlines in this are fairly consistent with my own, particularly the role of non-state actors that he describes, which is a fundamental aspect of fourth-generation warfare theory.
By William S. Lind, Traditional Right In the latest dust-up between Israel and Hamas–a few hundred dead is not a war–Israel once again appears to have triumphed. Hamas suffered around ten times as many casualties, and property damage ran at about the same ratio, or perhaps better, for […]
A woman from Indiana has become the first person sentenced in connection with the Trump-incited Capitol Hill insurrection on January 6. MSNBC’s Brian Williams has details.
By Arthur Bloom, The American Conservative The galaxy of media outlets, fact-checkers, and “disinformation” NGOs are in five-alarm fire mode after Tucker Carlson broached the subject of infiltrators and provocateurs at the January 6 Capitol riot. Before reviewing any of the existing details, let’s state the obvious: no […]
The article published by Revolver on this subject refers to several “unindicted co-conspirators” that were allegedly involved in the disruptions. Anyone who has any familiarity with the behavior of the FBI when it comes to handling domestic threats should find mention of such individuals evidence enough to draw […]
I tend to think that if there is a second civil war, race will not be the primary dividing line. Americans are becoming more demographically integrated along socioeconomic, geographical, institutional, and cultural lines, but more fractured along partisan and social class lines. Tucker Carlson Today on Fox Nation […]
This piece includes a somewhat interesting Q&A with George Packer on rising sectarianism in the US. By Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic Donald Trump’s battle cry of insurrection—“If you don’t fight like hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore”—didn’t strike me at first as a four-horsemen moment […]
I greatly suspect that if these had been poor inner-city black kids, the cops would have simply blown them away. A 12-year-old boy and 14-year-old girl who ran away from their Florida group home are in custody after cops say they broke into a house, armed themselves with […]
By David Yaffe-Bellany, Bloomberg Amateur internet sleuths have turned the Washington, D.C., insurrection on Jan. 6 into the ultimate online manhunt. As he watched footage of the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol, Chris Sigurdson, an out-of-work actor in Canada, found himself drawn to a disturbing image: […]
By Michel Houellebecq, Unherd I look on every side and all I see is darkness.” I use that quote from Pascal (Pensées, 229) because I am not setting out to assert positive truths nor to defend opinions. I see a situation which — as Pascal writes in his […]
This doesn’t really sound like defunding the police. By Jarrett Renshaw, Reuters June 15 (Reuters) – Five months after the attack on the U.S. Capitol, the Biden administration on Tuesday will unveil steps for federal and local officials and social media companies to battle national security threats posed […]
The most interesting information in this is that the military was split in half in terms of support or opposition to the Trump regime. And it’s obvious that the Biden regime is trying to purge the military of conservatives. What if the mass civil unrest currently being experienced […]
As a follow up to my video on What If Civil War Broke Out Between Republicans and Democrats where we explained who would win, how either side could win, and the long term outcome of a Second Civil War, we’ve come to the conclusion, based on recent events, […]
By Damon Linker, The Week Donald Trump’s presidency was a product of the country’s political polarization, but Trump himself pushed that polarization much further than it was before he took office. His actions during his final weeks in the White House — above all, his denial of his […]
–Fox News refuses to run a Meidas Touch ad in which police officers condemn the January 6 Trump rioters, despite their stated support of police
00:00 Start 00:16 Will August Bring the Trump Riots Part 2? 06:37 Did You Know There Were 10 Mass Shootings This Weekend? 12:50 Rudy Giuliani CAUGHT in Treasonous Audio Recording 18:57 Trump Hits New Low: Phony Zuckerberg Lockbox Ballot Dumps 28:27 Are Humans Good at Making Judgments? (Olivier […]
By William S. Lind, Traditional Right Readers may wonder why I keep returning to the theme of legitimacy. The reason is simple: legitimacy is the ground on which Fourth Generation war is fought. It is, above all, a contest for legitimacy, and winning (or losing) is measured by […]
What if the mass civil unrest currently being experienced across the United States came to the point of triggering a Second American Civil War following the 2020 Election? What would the factions be? Where will the war begin? Where will it be fought? Where will we be safe? […]
The US is at the brink of a second civil war. What is going on in America that has driven us to such a divisive time? I am to answer that question in this video. Timestamps: 0:00 – Intro 1:46 – Chapter One: Protests 6:47 – Side Note […]
–There were 10 mass shootings this past weekend, and barely any made news
By David Badash, The National Memo Reprinted with permission from Alternet Fired former Trump National Security Advisor and retired Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn is now denying he ever called for a violent Myanmar military-style coup in the U.S., despite numerous reports and video that prove he did. Flynn […]
GOP Rep. Nancy Mace had her house vandalized with ‘Antifa symbols.’