Daily Archives: July 4, 2021

Is He worthy?

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Helen Roseveare (1925 – 2016) was an English Christian missionary, doctor, and author who worked with Worldwide Evangelization Crusade in the Congo from 1953 to 1973. In 1964, she was taken prisoner by rebel forces and she remained a prisoner for five months, during which time she was beaten badly and raped repeatedly. After her return from Africa, she had a worldwide ministry speaking and writing.

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Police incited the Jan. 6 riot

On January 6, Capitol Police fired flash grenades and rubber bullets at peaceful protesters who were BEHIND the barriers. They were not on the Capitol steps; they were not menacing anyone with weapons. There were children, veterans and seniors in the tightly packed crowd. Flash bang grenades in close range can cause hearing loss, eye damage, and other injuries.

CLICK https://rumble.com/vhup1r-capitol-police-fired-exploding-flash-grenade-into-crowd-on-jan.-6-of-men-wo.html [:32]

CLICK https://rumble.com/vhpdyl-new-video-depicts-capitol-police-using-stun-grenades-on-crowd.html [1:34]

The FBI and Capitol Police have 14,000 of surveillance and body cam footage that they are refusing to release. Covering up the fact that police officers, including federal USCP officers, incited violence on January 6 is very likely a key reason why the government refuses to release security and body cam footage.

Emerging evidence suggests police intentionally agitated protesters to provoke bad behavior, including verbal and physical attacks on law enforcement. And now they’re using cherry picked clips of their video stash that show only the angry responses protesters had to being attacked to keep protesters incarcerated indefinitely.

In a June 17 court filing asking for his client’s release, a protester’s attorney described part of the body cam footage that wasn’t released:

For the ten minutes prior to encountering the defendant, Officer N.R. can be seen reaching over the metal barrier and pushing a female protester holding a flag to the ground on two separate occasions. The protesters . . . were by and large peaceful. It was only after tear gas and pepper spray were deployed by police upon this group of peaceful protesters that the crowds changed.

Officer N.R. [the cop Webster allegedly assaulted] was equipped with a helmet, a shield, a gas mask, and a full complement of body armor. [P]rotesters—who did not attend the protest with a mask or face shield—are observed suffering the effects of being gassed and pepper sprayed by police. Officer N.R. can also be observed mocking several protesters who were complaining about this Officer’s excessive use of force.

Angered by the use of police force . . . Webster is heard angrily referring to the police officers as ‘commie motherfuckers.’ The video depicts this officer reaching beyond the metal barriers and pushing Webster on the chest. It is at this point that Officer N.R. again reaches over the metal barricade and punches Webster on the left side of his face.

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Happy Fourth of July!

US vs. THEM: “Ours was the first revolution in the history of mankind that truly reversed the course of government, and with three little words: ‘We the people.’ … Almost all the world’s constitutions are documents in which governments tell the people what their privileges are. Our Constitution is a document in which ‘We the people’ tell the government what it is allowed to do.” —Ronald Reagan (1911-2004)

REPORTER: The official White House account tweeted yesterday, the cost of a fourth of July cookout is down 16 cents from last year. 16 cents?

JEN PSAKI, WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY: There has been a reduction in some of the costs of key components of the Fourth of July, a Fourth of July barbecue. That was what the tweet was noting.

REPORTER: So does the White House think that 16 cents off a barbecue has more of an impact on people’s lives than gas being $1 more this time at this Fourth of July than last year?

PSAKI: I would say if you don’t like hot dogs, you may not care of the reduction of costs. You don’t have to like hot dogs.

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