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Attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6 by Three People From Lake County

After an unsuccessful attempt to prevent Congress from certifying Joe Biden as president on January 6, three Lake County residents have been charged in connection with an attack on the U.S. Capitol. Ryan Swoope, 28, is accused of pepper spraying a police officer at the United States Capitol. Saul Llamas, 29, and Jordan Siemers, 25, have also been charged with multiple felonies for their alleged involvement in the break-in of the U.S. Capitol. They’re all Perry Township natives.
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Trump wants to suspend the US Constitution

Donald Trump has now even called for suspending the Constitution in order to void the 2020 election. The contradiction is inevitable. Former US President Donald Trump called for the repeal of the US Constitution and other laws to invalidate the 2020 elections. He also called for his immediate reinstatement as president. Trump declared in big letters: “Are you ignoring the results of the 2020 presidential election and declaring the legitimate winners, or do you have a new election?”
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The US condemned Trump’s request to suspend the Constitution to revoke the result of the 2020 elections

The US condemned Trump’s request to suspend the Constitution to revoke the result of the 2020 elections. (REUTERS) The White House issued a statement this Saturday expressing its profound rejection of the suggestion of the former president and Republican candidate, Donald Trumpto end the US Constitution to revoke the results of the 2020 election and …

Oath Keepers judge a significant achievement for US authorities – The Irish Times

The seditious conspiracy conviction of Stewart Rhodes is a significant achievement for the US Department of Justice. Rhodes, a Yale University graduate and former US paratrooper, founded the right-wing Oath Keepers militia in 2009. Members include former police officers and military personnel. Armed members are often present at protests and political rallies. He is the most prominent figure convicted in connection with the events surrounding January 6 last year, when supporters of Donald Trump attacked the US Capitol to prevent confirmation of Joe Biden’s victory in the presidential election.
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Native American News Roundup Nov. 27-Dec. 3, 2022

WASHINGTON — Here is a summary of some of the top Native American-related headlines in the U.S. this week:. Administration Makes New Commitments At Tribal Nations Summit. President Joe Biden underscored an all-of-government commitment to Native Americans, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians during a two-day White House Tribal Nations Summit in Washington this week.

McCarthy warns Jan. 6 panel to preserve records, vows GOP probe

​Republican House leader Kevin McCarthy is vowing to investigate the special committee probing the Jan. 6 Capitol riot — warning the committee’s head to preserve all records and transcripts. “You’ve spent a year and a half and millions of taxpayers’ dollars conducting this investigation. It is imperative that all information collected be preserved not just for institutional prerogatives but for transparency to the American people,” McCarthy (R-Calif.) demanded in a letter Wednesday to Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.). “The American people have a right to know that the allegations you have made are supported by the facts.”​ McCarthy also told Thompson that the committee’s...

Jan. 6 rioters attempted to sell video of the Capitol siege

Trump supporters storm the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. Photo: Brent Stirton/Getty Images. A Capitol rioter who filmed himself attacking a police officer conducted interviews from prison with documentary filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi, daughter of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, according to court documents. Driving the news: In...

Donald Trump, Running for President in 2024, Defends Violent Mob That Broke Into the Capitol Over His 2020 Loss

As we’ve frequently noted around these parts, the list of reasons why Donald Trump should never be allowed within 1,000 feet of the White House again is a very long one that continues to grow longer with each passing day. The latest entry? His continued defense of the people who violently attacked the US Capitol following his 2020 loss, which seems to suggest he’d encourage such behavior again, should his bid to retake the presidency in 2024 not go according to plan.

The legend of the ‘demon cat’ that roams the U.S. Capitol

Mysteries about the U.S. Capitol structure in Washington, D.C. are plentiful, from reports it was cursed by an engineer who passed away throughout building and construction to reported sightings of a ghostly Capitol curator. The most long-lasting might be the legend of a frightening satanic force feline that wanders the country’s legal halls.