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Capitol rioter who breached Senate gets 8 months for felony

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First guy sentenced as of today, I read his bio, seems like a decent guy, but his defense "I was deceived" did not play well, is the sentence to long or short?

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It’s just selective justice ....rioters can burn loot vandalize and they are out in hours ...lock them  all up from the 199 riots since last spring but don’t play this  communist selective justice game ....another Stalin in the making 

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He got pretty screwed imo. One of the 1st to plead guilty. Was non violent. Judge seemed to take it personally.  

 

They've charged over 500 people for the Capitol and let 1000s off for 2020. It's crazy. The double standards on display should scare people. 

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From the Communist News Network 

 

"District Judge Randolph Moss departed from that recommendation. He said Hodgkins contributed to a grave offense against democracy but deserved some leniency because he pleaded guilty "exceptionally early," wasn't involved in violence and issued a "sincere" apology.

 
 
"Hodgkins was staking a claim on the floor of the United States Senate, not with the American flag but with a flag declaring his loyalty to a single individual over the entire nation," Moss said"

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How will these compare to CHOP-related sentences.  The only one I heard about was a guy getting 20 months for arson.  No one seems to care about the rest of them…and they were armed…and “in charge” when two people were killed.

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1 min ago, Mokes said:

He got pretty screwed imo. One of the 1st to plead guilty. Was non violent. Judge seemed to take it personally.  

 

They've charged over 500 people for the Capitol and let 1000s off for 2020. It's crazy. The double standards on display should scare people. 

Different standards apply to a riot at the US Capitol and a riot at the corner Starbucks.  This shouldn't be surprising.

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2 mins ago, Slacker said:

Different standards apply to a riot at the US Capitol and a riot at the corner Starbucks.  This shouldn't be surprising.

Yeah, it is surprising. Why, because politicians got scared? Seriously?

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Just now, Nessmuk said:

The corner Starbucks….

 

:laugh:

 

Situational ethics.  They’re a thing.

 

 

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Seriously. Rioting charges shouldn't be politically based. 

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Good thing it was an unarmed  white female Trump supporter getting killed by a trigger happy black man... could have been a real issue if she was a democrat. He'll be hailed a s a hero by the democrats and their deranged followers.

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5 mins ago, Nessmuk said:

The corner Starbucks….

 

:laugh:

 

Situational ethics.  They’re a thing.

 

 

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Not remotely situational ethics.  One was an attack on our democratic process.  The other was an attack on a purveyor of Chai Latte's.  Two very different things.

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The truth is these guys don’t care that “rioters” are locked up.  They don’t have a problem with “rioters.”  What’s getting them off is that they’re “righties“ getting locked up, and that means lefty chicks are more likely to notice them now.

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