Friday, July 23, 2021

A January 6 Detainee Speaks Out

Joe Biden’s Justice Department notched another victory last week in the agency’s sprawling investigation into the January 6 protest on Capitol Hill against Biden’s presidency. 

On Wednesday, Michael Curzio pleaded guilty to one count of parading, demonstrating, or picketing in the Capitol building. The government offered the plea deal to Curzio’s court-appointed attorney in June; Curzio faced four misdemeanor charges, including trespassing and disorderly conduct, for his role in the Capitol breach.


  1. It's a travesty that neither Hillary Clinton nor Hunter Biden were pursued with the same tenacity for their crimes against the State as were the people who showed up in DC on January 6th. I think the comment about "the foot on the neck" is appropriate.

  2. I remember reading the book by Joseph Wambaugh called The Blue Knight. In it was the first time I read the term, Contempt of Cop, a phrase used to explain when some person laid hands onto a cop, who then made certain that the person never laid hands on another cop in the future.
    That could be rephrased to now be called, Contempt of Politician. The phrase to ensure that a person never again dared to disrespect a member of the American Royal Family. The other phrase that comes to mind is Justice Delayed is Justice Denied.

  3. These fucking politicians are literally so afraid of us Dirt People they piss all over themselves if one of us manages to get within ten feet of them if they don't have their security goons right next to them.

  4. You come at the king, you'd best not miss.
    - Omar Little

  5. Well, THANK GOD they weren’t writing children’s books about the protest!

  6. This is the type of government our Founding Fathers were against and why they added the Second Amendment. Unfortunately I do not see this being settled peacefully or through then legal system.


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