“Obviously, we’re going to prosecute,” Attorney General William Barr confirmed. The Department of Justice already filed “scores of indictments” against the radical anarchist criminals burning and looting their way across the country. The barbarians who yanked down the historic statue of Andrew Jackson best watch out.
Prosecute them all
When the attorney general says “videos of those involved in the attack on President Jackson’s statue are being reviewed,” what he really means is that teams of men and women with high clearance security badges are doing pixel-by-pixel forensic analysis of everything captured by a bizillion surveillance cameras and the aid of artificial intelligence.
Antifa types lurking in their parent’s basement sleep easy believing that the mandatory covid bandanna over their face will keep them out of prison. AG Barr told them they can think again. “When the real violence started around May 25, 26, and so forth, we started using our joint terrorist task forces around the country.” There are 35 of them. They’re out to prosecute everyone they can identify.
What that means is instead of trying to find the elusive connection between Donald Trump and Russia, the Federal Bureau of Instigation and their attorney cohorts are “starting to go full bore, cranking out investigations and indictments against the people who are involved in this violence. Scores of indictments have been filed charging “such things as arson and destruction of federal property, things like that.” They already have at least 500 cases underway.
Liberal mind control
It’s bad enough that little-by-little our history is being censored. One battlefield memorial after another which withstood the test of time fell to liberal mind control techniques inspired by Saul Alinsky. When radical anarchists managed to defile the 168-year-old statue of former President Andrew Jackson in the park in front of the White House, police immediately attacked and now it’s time to prosecute.
After the rioting mob dismantled the protective enclosure, torch bearing vandals “climbed atop the sculpture and tied ropes around both Jackson and his horse before attempting to pull the statue from its base.” Before the attack, they spray painted “killer” on the monument’s base.
As related by ABC news, “baton-wielding police moved in and forcibly removed protesters from the park, at times firing chemical irritants to disperse the crowds.” The unlucky ones were dragged away in handcuffs as the first to prosecute.