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Police Terrorized Trump Supporters in D.C.
Jan 16, 2021
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After a day full of law enforcement abuses on January 6th, police locked Trump supporters in their hotels in Washington D.C., despite no crimes having been committed. This unlawful imprisonment, harassment, and gross abuse of power was (of course) ignored by the mainstream media. It had happened to Trump supporters, after all.

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  • I think what is profound here is the extent of the corruption, the reach of it's tentacles. Obvious this did not occur overnight, but is a multi faceted program of war waged against humanity for the satiation of the few and powerful. Many people are in denial, unable to acknowledge the deep corruption that has occurred as they simply can't handle it. They instinctively avoid it, like a child not wanting to drink unpalatable medicine.

  • This is astonishing, sad and depressing. I personally have never had a bad experience with police but I would be finding the best lawyer in town to file suit against these monster police and their Gestapo tactics. Nothing will change until it affects their pocket book, unfortunately. After they get a dozen big lawsuits on their hands they might start changing this insane behavior.

  • In 1993 the Federal government burned an entire Christian compound down, with women and children inside. The media demonized the people inside that compound and did everything to hide the truth.

  • I was there at the Riggs and it was semi true. We had hotel staff warn us that they would lock us in

  • That guys man bun is the first thing I noticed too when I saw that video a few weeks ago. Makes you wonder if he actually was a cop.

  • It's all about demonizing white people in America. Notice an unarmed woman was shot dead at point blank range in the Capitol protest. Not a peep about defunding police, because the shooter was black and the victim was white.

  • I was going to say the same thing - first time I saw a policeman/policeperson/policething? wearing a ponytail. If something doesn't change soon we are doomed. Thanks for putting this out there and really love the way you present your videos so clearly and concisely.

  • We are entering a time where you really do need to fight for your freedoms all over again. We defeated the British. We can defeat the Communists too.

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  • BitChute is not free speech. My peaceful, logical posts were removed because I'm Jewish, while murderous Nazi posts were allowed to remain. I did not feel free or okay there at all.

  • I'm pretty sure Back The Blue ended on January 6th. It must of been a rude awakening for millions of Americans who believed up until that day that law enforcement was on their side. I learned long ago as I grew up in poverty on the fringes that cops aren't your friend, They aren't your ally and they aren't here for you and that yes they will most certainly violate your rights and laugh while they do it. If nothing else, last year as well as this one will fully awaken most people to the same reality that folks like me have been existing in our whole lives.

  • You're right. For anyone who was there, it was painfully obvious that the police were most definitely not the good guys, and the patriots were not the bad guys. If the patriots had been the sort of people that the media and politician have described, then the police would have quickly been wiped out, with few survivors. However, good men at the event rushed to the front and bravely took it, while screaming "Hold the line!". They volunteered to be tear gassed, so that the police would not have enough for the others. It literally brought a tear to my eye. Nobody from that event will be "backing the blue" again.

  • I went to the Capitol Protest, and the crowd was so massive because it was full of elderly grandparents, veterans, families with their kids, and women of all ages. Girls 7 to 77 were coming to ask for an end to corruption. I'd say about 1% of the country came. The police were tear gassing the age diverse crowd brimming with women, hitting us all with canisters of rubber bullets before 1PM. I took a rubber pellet home, but forgot a canister that dropped at my feet at sunset. Elderly Asian women were maced, or tear gassed, and were helped past me, weeping to the middle of the crowd. It was so massive, we couldn't find the edges. I took a little video of the police abuse, but during the first encounter before we took the steps I was too surprised to start filming. The crowd chanted "STAND DOWN POLICE" while they isolated a patriot, and hit them repeatedly in the head, forming a line, so no one could help them. My brother has a video, but we saw unlawful use of force that day. It felt like their superiors ordered them to use unlawful force, because they were WELL stocked on the mace, pepperspray, tear gas, rubber bullets, and shields/batons, and not afraid to aggressively target mixed groups of over 80 people with them. What the media is saying about what happened is slander. The Metro and Capitol PDs are corrupt, and it's well known.

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