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Leftist Insurrection: Soros-Backed Mob Storms U.S. Senate Building

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Over one hundred radical leftist pro-Palestinian demonstrators illegally entered the Hart Senate Capitol Office Building, disrupting Senate operations and defying Capitol Police warnings.

The U.S. Campaign for Palestinian Rights claimed responsibility for the breach, with affiliated groups allegedly funded by George Soros.

“RIGHT NOW: 100+ protestors have TAKEN OVER the Senate atrium for Palestine, singing “Ceasefire Now” and “Stop Weapons Now.” MORE FUNDING to Israel = more bombs & weapons to kill Palestinians The people CHOOSE LIFE, NOT GENOCIDE!” the group posted. (Trending: LeBron James Shares Gun Advice For Americans)

The demonstrators were arrested and charged, facing possible fines and up to 90 days in prison.

The incident raised questions about media coverage and potential ties to designated terrorist organizations.

“When will the @FBI track them down and raid them? I’m sure they will be receiving 17-22 year sentences. Why isn’t this insurrection front page news everywhere?!” Chaya Raichik’s Libs of TikTok posted.

“Education for Just Peace in the Middle East, has been accused of abusing its charity status to bankroll Hamas and other Palestinian groups.” the Beacon reported.

“It is illegal to demonstrate inside the Congressional Buildings,” Capitol Police stated.

“More than 40 people were arrested for D.C. Code § 22–1307 — Crowding, Obstructing, or Incommoding. One person climbed a statue in the atrium. He was arrested separately for § 22–405.01 — Resisting Arrest.”

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