Former President Donald Trump has said that he would pardon the people convicted for their part in the Jan. 6 Capitol protest should he get re-elected during his Saturday rally and speech in Texas.
“If I run and if we win, we will treat people from Jan. 6 fairly, and if it means pardons we will give them those pardons, because they are getting treated very unfairly,” Donald Trump said.
He then characterized the actions of the January 6 Select Committee, which recently gave subpoenas to a number of people close to Trump, as being a “disgrace.”
GOP RINO South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham criticized Donald Trump’s remarks as being “inappropriate,” saying that it could send the wrong message to the public.
“I don’t want to give out the signal that it is OK to corrupt the United States Capitol,” Graham said, going on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
“There are other groups with causes that could go down the violent path if these folks get pardoned,” the RINO senator said. “I believe it is inappropriate … I don’t want to do anything that might make this more likely.”
Of course those more “violent groups” are undoubtedly being led by or pushed into action by undercover FBI agents as recent reports have proven.
The anti-white narrative is now forming around violent “white nationalist groups” that are created by the very people who claim to be fighting those groups.
The goal is to target and intimidate any white person unwilling to become a powerless and hated minority in every nation in which they inhabit. Fighting back against the powers that be will get you labeled a white nationalist and attacked with the full force of the United States government and all of its agencies.
This process will not stop until the good people stand up and demand accountability from the Biden White House for its unlimited immigration into America and its setting free of illegals into America. Not only that, but also push for punishments for the incredible anti-white brainwashing going on in America’s schools.