The wheels of justice turn slowly, but grind exceedingly fine
Former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio was sentenced yesterday to 22 years in prison for seditious conspiracy. Even though he wasn’t present at the US Capitol on January 6, he was convicted of organizing the Proud Boys activity that day in an effort to stop the peaceful transition of power. One of his lieutenants, Ethan Nordean, was sentenced last week to 18 years, as was Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes.
Seems only right that the person who first suggested, urged, and continues to support these activities should be similarly convicted and sentenced …
Monday there was a shooting on the University of North Carolina campus. Associate professor Zijie Yan was killed. The shooter, a graduate student at UNC, was arrested and charged with first-degree … Continue reading Wrenching
Currently making the rounds in media and political circles, discussions about Donald Trump and the disqualification clause of the US Constitution: Fourteenth Amendment, Section 3: “No person shall be a … Continue reading What say you?