January 6, 2021: Patriots Stand Firm
in Support For Americanism

Douglas V. Gibbs
Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio Host

The continued detainment of the Trump Supporters who were arrested and are being held due to their presence and/or involvement at the alleged “Capitol Siege” on January 6 is unconstitutional.  Their Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus has been suspended in violation of Article I, Section 9 of the U.S. Constitution.  While the clause states “unless when in cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it”, at no point was the “public safety” in danger (unlike BLM and Antifa riots), and the participants were not in rebellion against our Constitutional Republic nor trying to replace our republican system of government, they were responding against a government who is in rebellion and insurrection against our Constitutional Republic and violating the Supreme Law of the Land with each bill, action, and mandate.  Also, the Fifth Amendment states that no person shall be deprived of their life, liberty, or property without due process.  Many of the persons in question have been held for months without any opportunity for due process…and the jailers (Democrats) don’t want due process, because public trials would expose them for the totalitarian anti-constitution infiltrators that they are.  Notice, as stated in the below email, the cases being heard are receiving no opportunity for the public to observe since they are being done in secrecy (in the sense that a complete media blackout is in place until a rough sentence is dealt, at which time the media then proudly reports on it).

I received the following as an email.  The Judge asked a very good question…

Trump Appointed DC Judge Asks Prosecutors Why Jan 6 Protestors Treated Worse Than BLM Rioters
The answer is clear to me and that is we no longer have a fair system of Justice in USA – there is one tier for leftists criminals, including members of the Obama 3 Administration; Congress and other Democrat officials who control our larger cities, and another for those who don’t support their Marxist agenda.  
Royal A. Brown III
President, Winter Haven 912
A federal judge appointed to his post in 2017 by then-President Donald Trump reportedly dropped a stunning truth bomb about the Jan. 6th rioters during a sentencing hearing Friday for convicted Jan. 6th rioter Danielle Doyle.

U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden noted that prosecutors have been treating the Jan. 6th rioters who’d rioted for a single day significantly harsher than the Black Lives Matter and Antifa rioters who’d rioted for an entire summer and longer.

The judge specifically “questioned why Federal Prosecutors had not brought more cases against those accused in 2020 summertime protests, reading out statistics on riot cases in the nation’s capital that were not prosecuted,” according to the Associated Press.

He also accused the D.C. prosecutors who were present in his courtroom that day of having fallen prey to the same inconsistency.

“I think the U.S. attorney would have more credibility if it was even-handed in its concern about riots and mobs in this city,” McFadden said.

And so, frustrated by this inconsistency, the judge ultimately chose on Friday to buck the prosecution’s demand that Doyle be sentenced to months of house arrest and instead sentenced her to just probation — the exact same sentence granted to many of the so-called “peaceful protesters” from last year.

Or, rather, the “peaceful protesters” who hadn’t just had their charges outright dropped.

Despite the light sentence for Doyle, McFadden did have some tough words for her.
He accused her of “acting like those looters and rioters last year” who made “us all feel less safe” and called her actions a “national embarrassment.”

The evidence against Doyle includes surveillance footage showing her “climbing through a window from the outside into the interior of the U.S. Capitol building.”
Once inside, she can be seen non-threateningly “walking down an interior staircase of the Capitol building, known as the Supreme Court Chambers stairs, holding a cellphone in her right hand” — And that’s about it …

Meanwhile, many of the BLM/Antifa rioters from last year were seen harassing and/or assaulting bystanders, looting/vandalizing stores, setting fire to buildings, shutting down city traffic, etc.

Doyle was extremely lucky to receive McFadden as a judge. On the same day she was sentenced, Obama appointee U.S. District Judge James Boasberg sentenced another Jan. 6th rioter, Andrew Ryan Bennett, to three months of house arrest.
And earlier in the week, Boasberg “sentenced Derek Jancart and Erik Rau, friends from Ohio, to 45 days in jail,” according to the AP.

Boasberg drew widespread criticism from the right back in March when he refused an injunction request from pro-life activists with Students for Life and the Frederick Douglass Foundation who’d been arrested a year earlier while trying to paint “Black Preborn Lives Matter” on the streets of D.C.

The pro-life activists had defended their actions by recalling how D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser had allowed “Black Lives Matter” to be painted on the streets of D.C.
At the time of their arrest, experts slammed the “viewpoint discrimination.”

“I think it’s going to become clear as legal proceedings, which are probably inevitable, proceed on this matter that the city and its law enforcement have violated clearly established First Amendment precedent that bars treating similarly situated circumstances of free speech differently,” attorney Harmeet Kaur Dhillon said.
Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel, Denise Harle concurred.

“Students for Life of America engaged in forms of expression similar to what is practiced by other groups and permitted by the local government. Washington, D.C., cannot exclude pro-life individuals from exercising their constitutionally protected freedom to peacefully share their views, even if those views are not shared by those in power,” Harle noted.

McFadden, a critic of inconsistencies, would likely agree. But Boasberg, an Obama appointee, clearly doesn’t.

Following Boasberg’s ruling, Students for Life president Kristan Hawkins issued a statement to The Washington Times slamming the judge.

“We are disappointed that the free speech rights of pro-life Americans in our nation’s capital are not being protected and respected. It matters whether alternative points of views to those in power are heard and whether every place where groups are allowed to express themselves be open to all of us,” she said.

McFadden, meanwhile, last made headlines when he threw out Democrats’ lawsuit over border wall funding in 2019.

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