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Democrats Are Proving Jan. 6 Defendants’ Case by Not Charging Left-Wing ‘Insurrections’

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Some Democrat-controlled legislatures are allowing protests inside legislative facilities, potentially aiding the release of January 6 defendants charged with obstructing an official proceeding.

This statute, originally meant for witness tampering, has been used broadly to prosecute non-violent offenders.

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case challenging this statute, which could impact numerous defendants, including former President Donald J. Trump. (Trending: Anthony Fauci Questioned About Evidence Behind COVID Restrictions)

The tactic of invading legislatures and holding protests was pioneered by left-wing activists, celebrated by Democrats, and has continued, with recent protests by radical left-wing groups.

The leniency towards such protests may influence the Supreme Court’s consideration of the constitutionality of the prosecutions.

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