As people go about their daily lives, there is a great deal going on in sedition-land. Let’s take a look through the sedition files at what the American terrorists are doing and just how they’re faring.
The Oath Keepers trail has gotten underway, and on Tuesday, a tape was played in the courtroom by federal prosecutors. On this tape, one could hear plans being made for these people to bring weapons to the Capitol for the right to fight to bring democracy down.
One can hear the leader of the group Stewart Rhodes, making his sinister plans. “We’re not getting out of this without a fight,” he says. Rhodes also says he is willing to “sacrifice himself for the chance to keep trump in power.
“If things go kinetic good,” he babbles. “If they blow bombs up and shoot us, great. Because that brings the President reason and rationale to involve the Insurrection act.” As we can all see, the freak’s plan didn’t work. And now he sits in a foul prison, on trial for sedition.
The footage was also presented of Rhodes lamenting the fact that “they should have brought rifles” and that if they had done so, that would have “fixed it right then and there.” Nice guy. It sure seems that the evidence against the group is damning. We will see how things continue to progress.
Moving along, we come to the prisoners, awaiting their trials. And most of them are not happy. Does this surprise you? This merry band of jailed insurrection planners are reportedly complaining about the nasty conditions of the cells. That might be why they wrote a letter demanding to be transferred to Gitmo. This is not a joke.
They seem to think conditions there will be much better. Thirty-four seditionists signed the letter. In this letter, they say they want better, more nutritious meals, which Gitmo is known for (their words, not mine) and think conditions there would be much sunnier.
They also say Gitmo would be respectful of their religious requirements and let them exercise more. Somehow I do not think they will see that particular little wish come true. And as for their complaints — all I have to say is they did the crime and now they must do the time.