Here is a thread from Twitter.
It seems a lot of people in a lot of places are inferring that the powers that be are at the point where they can show that the seditious acts were exactly what the actors knew they were. I.E., they knew what they were doing was completely illegal and there is proof of some kind.
We'll see what happens.
Hard to describe how enjoyable this piece on wall construction was to watch.
Thread from Unseen1 https://twitter.com/unseen1_unseen/status/1161321462453743616
1) Normally, I like to read Supreme Court rulings, and get immersed in the logic and nature of the system of laws we live under.
Sometimes, I enjoy the written backhands Justices deliver to each other, petitioners, and respondents. In the highest court of the country, only the highest forms of comedy can take root in the most serious of documents.
And then every once in a while you have a gang of fuckwits who throw a brief at the SCOTUS in a literal tantrum, and I have to rip it to shreds.
Lots of closet conservatives in Hollywood.
The studio thought Patton--starring George C. Scott--was an ANTI-Patton movie.
When it was a smash hit and perceived as 100 percent PRO-Patton, the studio had to pretend that this was their plan all along.
"There's no way I'll vote for anyone that does this!" "There's no way I'll vote for anyone that won't do this!" "I won't cede an inch even if it isn't ceding an inch!" I don't know the details but it seems like the Left is using a pretty effective divide and conquer strategy right now, which is the first effective thing I've seen this whole year. Although, so many of them are acting like complete lunatics.... it seems someone is still sane.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.