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After Years Of J6 Fearmongering, Left-Wing Activists Storm Tennessee Capitol While DOJ Stays Silent 

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A mob of anti-Second Amendment activists stormed the Tennessee Capitol on Thursday, demanding restrictions on Americans’ right to bear arms following the Nashville killing of six Christians, three of whom were children, at the hands of a transgender-identifying shooter. 

Video footage shows the leftist assailants shoving state troopers, taking over the floor of the Tennessee General Assembly, and screaming at state lawmakers through a bullhorn. 

By left-wing standards, the riot in the Tennessee Capitol is an insurrection and a dangerous affront to democracy. Oddly enough, however, Democrats and the corporate media have dubbed the attack “peaceful” and labeled the insurrectionists as “protestors.” Meanwhile, the Department of Justice, which for over two years has been persecuting those who demonstrated at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, has so far said nothing about the Tennessee insurrection. 

Will the Tennessee insurrectionists be thrown in jail for two years and denied due process? Will the FBI begin labeling “mainstream” liberals as terrorists, as former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe did to conservatives following Jan. 6? Will there be a months-long show trial where political opportunists smear the protesters while hiding exculpatory surveillance footage from the public and defendants’ lawyers? Will March 30 go down as one of the worst days in American history — comparable to Pearl Harbor, 9/11, and the Civil War? It’s doubtful. 

The Democrats, corporate press, and DOJ’s wildly disparate reactions to the U.S. Capitol and Tennessee Capitol “insurrections” are emblematic of our nation’s two-tier justice system. In 2020, Black Lives Matter rioters torched American cities. The property damage and lives lost were far greater during the summer of 2020 than on Jan. 6. Yet BLM rioters were lionized, and some even received bail from funds raised by Vice President Kamala Harris herself.  

More recently, Tennessean Chester (Chet) Gallagher had his home raided by the FBI after he orchestrated a peaceful pro-life demonstration in the hallways outside an abortion facility. Gallagher and seven other pro-life activists are currently facing federal charges courtesy of Biden’s DOJ. 

Yet many pro-abortion vandals and terrorists, who spent months defacing and firebombing dozens of pro-life pregnancy centers and churches following the overturn of Roe v. Wade, have been let off scot-free. 

CompassCare Pregnancy Services, a Buffalo, New York pro-life pregnancy center, provided local police and the FBI with surveillance footage from the night of a firebombing attack on its building. After CompassCare realized the FBI and local police weren’t going to make any arrests, it asked for its footage back. Law enforcement refused, claiming that giving the tapes back to their rightful owners may spark right-wing violence. Notably, the pro-abortion terrorist group Jane’s Revenge openly took responsibility for the firebombing, but to this day there have been no arrests made related to that attack. 

Then just this week, former President Donald Trump was indicted on a reported 30-plus charges courtesy of George Soros-funded New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg. And while leftists recite their talking point that “no one is above the law,” the prosecutor refuses to crack down on his state’s rampant crime problem while he and other Democrats continue their pattern of treating Trump as if he’s below the law.

The insurrection at the Tennessee Capitol confirms, yet again, that there is no longer equal justice in America. The media sympathized with the anti-Christian killer, not the murdered children, and the DOJ has not labeled the Nashville shooting a hate crime. With good reason, an increasing number of conservatives and Christians no longer feel free, safe, or equally protected under the law in their own country.


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