While I know that the articles cited do not point to a clinical definition of guilt when it comes to proving that Biden cheated during the 2020 election, the discussion of that topic has been disabled by Biden and other Democrats from the moment that the election took place.
Therefore, this post will look at other indicators still available for discussion.
Explain why Joe Biden awarded two 2020 election workers with Presidential Citizens Medals
South Carolina CBS affiliate WRDW reports how Joe Biden awarded Georgia election workers with Presidential Citizens Medals on the “anniversary of the January 6 Capitol riot.”
Two Fulton County election workers will receive the presidential citizens medal on Friday in a ceremony at the White House.
President Joe Biden will present Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss with the medal, which the president is presenting for his first time in office. The ceremony is taking place on the two-year anniversary of the 2021 U.S. Capitol riot.
Biden is presenting the medal to 10 others “who made exemplary contributions to our democracy surrounding January 6, 2021,” the White House said in the a statement. “These heroes demonstrated courage and selflessness during a moment of peril for our nation. They include Capitol Police, Metropolitan Police, election workers, and officials at the state and local level.”
The White House said the presidential citizens medal is awarded to individuals who have “performed exemplary deeds of service for their country or their fellow citizens,” and is one of the nation’s highest civilian honors.
Freeman served as an election worker in Fulton County during the 2020 election. “Ms. Freeman worked to ensure that the people of Georgia could vote freely and fairly, and, for simply doing her job, was forced to withstand efforts to overturn the election that targeted and threatened her and her family,” the White House said.
Moss, who is Freeman’s daughter, was also a Fulton County election worker in 2020. The White House said Moss was subjected to threats and harassment in the wake of the election.
(Read additional details at WRDW)
If Joe Biden did not cheat his way into office, why reward these election workers?
This seems a lot like an award for not spilling the beans on Biden’s dirty little secret.
Explain why Black Lives Matter activists can get their trials moved, but 6 January defendants cannot
American Greatness explains how those entrapped by the FBI and DOJ in the 6 January 2021 “riot” (where police opened the doors to the Capitol and people strolled through the buildings) cannot get a fair trial.
The first set of trials for the hundreds of protesters charged in the Justice Department’s sweeping criminal investigation into January 6 begins later this month. Since the Capitol building is considered the scene of the crime, every trial will be held in the District of Columbia—which means the jury pool will be composed solely of residents living in the nation’s capital.
To say this is a problem for Trump supporters facing even minor charges is a huge understatement.
January 6 defendants already have suffered the wrath of D.C.-based federal judges who’ve imposed unusually harsh prison sentences for low level misdemeanors and nonviolent felonies while routinely berating defendants from the bench.
For example, before sentencing a man who pleaded guilty to “parading” in the Capitol to serve 14 days in prison, D.C. District Court Judge Amit Mehta, an Obama appointee, declared that January 6 protesters were “told lies, told falsehoods, told our election was stolen when it clearly was not.” The defendant, Mehta claimed, “was a pawn in a game directed and played by people who should know better.”
Now the fate of hundreds of January 6 defendants is in the hands of biased judges like Mehta and a city populated with government workers who voted nearly 94 percent for Joe Biden in 2020, prompting some defense attorneys to try to move trials out of Washington. In July, a defense lawyer in one high-profile case filed a change of venue motion before Judge Mehta that explained why January 6 defendants could not get a fair trial in such a heavily Democratic, politically obsessed city. “The level of antipathy towards Trump and his supporters in the District is off the charts and makes it impossible to find an impartial jury,” David W. Fischer, the attorney representing Thomas Caldwell, charged in the multi-defendant Oath Keepers prosecution.
Politicians and the media continue falsely to portray January 6 defendants as racists, Fischer continued, an accusation certain to enrage potential jurors in a city evenly split between blacks and left-wing whites. “President Biden, in a speech ironically advertised as intended to heal America’s racial divide, referred to January 6th Trump protesters as ‘thugs, insurrectionists, political extremists, and white supremacists.’ At his confirmation hearing, Attorney General Merrick Garland pledged to ‘supervise the prosecution of white supremacists and others who stormed the Capitol on 6 January.’”
District residents “largely style themselves as chic, sophisticated, worldly, high-brow urbanites . . . repulsed by rural America’s traditional values, patriotism, religion, gun ownership, and perceived lack of education,” Fischer concluded, and further noted he has heard other D.C.-based defense attorneys refer to Trump supporters as “hillbillies” and “white trash.”
Judge Mehta, who has lived in or near Washington almost all of his adult life and clearly blames Donald Trump for what happened in his hometown last January, took umbrage at Fischer’s description of D.C.’s population as intolerant and hostile to American values.
Admitting the court may encounter difficulties in seating an impartial jury, Mehta nonetheless insisted that he has “never, not once in my time as a judge or a defense lawyer, thought that the people of the District of Columbia who’ve served on juries have done anything other than the job they’ve been asked to, which is dispassionately view the evidence without regard to what the conduct is that’s alleged and who the defendant is.”
Then again, as Mehta and other judges routinely observe, January 6 is a precedent-breaking event.
He denied the motion to move the trial.
Two new surveys, however, prove it will be impossible to find objective jurors in Washington. D.C. residents clearly have their minds made up about what happened that day.
A poll conducted last month by John Zogby on behalf of a January 6 defendant showed that 95 percent of D.C. residents are either very or somewhat familiar with the events of January 6; the majority receive their news about the Capitol protest from national news sources, the same corporate media running a nonstop loop of coverage on the alleged “insurrection.”
Which is why 74 percent of D.C. residents believe anyone who was inside the Capitol building on January 6 should be convicted of insurrection. Sixty-four percent believe that even if someone did not commit a crime of violence that day, the defendant should still be held responsible for other people who did—roughly the same percentage think the four-hour disturbance on January 6 “posed a dire threat to our nation and our democracy.”
Defense attorneys for Gabriel Garcia—arrested over a year ago on several nonviolent offenses related to January 6—commissioned the Zogby poll and cited the results in a change of venue motion before Judge Amy Berman Jackson. “If Garcia proceeds to trial in Washington, D.C., the jury pool in his case would be comprised of those who voted nearly unanimously against Donald Trump and have been barraged with propaganda about a ‘white nationalist’ attack and are continuously told they were victims of an ‘insurrection,’ who were placed under curfew and locked down as a result of danger posed by ‘Domestic Violent Extremists,’” Garcia’s attorney wrote, further noting that Attorney General Garland, who compares January 6 to the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, approved relocating the bombers’ trial out of Oklahama City as lead prosecutor in the case.
Zogby’s poll is not an outlier. A separate survey by the public defenders’ office representing hundreds of January 6 defendants produced similar results for D.C. residents, but also surveyed jury-eligible residents in metropolitan Atlanta to use as a comparison since the two areas have a similar racial mix. (The 2020 vote in metro Atlanta went two-to-one for Biden. In fact, pollsters admitted they could not find a district even close to the 93-5 Biden margin of victory in Washington, D.C.)
(Read more of the D.C. area population, the DOJ, and other factors at American Greatness)
If President Dementia were “President of all America,” wouldn’t he step in and forgive these charges of parading and trespassing?
Considering the “room to protest” provided by Democrats (where businesses and homes went up in flames and courthouses and police stations were torched), it would seem that just about all of the charges at the 6 January “riot” fall to a lower level than what has already been forgiven for Democrat riots. Therefore, why doesn’t the old guy pardon them all?
Is it that he needs political prisoners? Does he need to frighten his opposition into submission?
Explain why one 6 January prisoner is near death and a number remain in solitary confinement
NJ.com questions whether Christopher Quaglin is a friendly neighbor, a cop-beating protester, or both (but also makes note of his Celiac disease).
Chris Quaglin is a blue-collar suburban New Jersey everyman, not the violent Capitol insurrectionist federal authorities have portrayed him to be, according to friends and family.
An electrician by trade, he was out of work in 2020 due to the coronavirus, but is an extraordinary neighbor who’d help you work on your home if needed, friends and family said in a dozen letters sent to a federal court judge.
He refurbished his own home in North Brunswick ahead of the February 2021 birth of his first child. The doting dad respects law enforcement and considered joining the military, but was concerned about getting a gluten-free diet if deployed because he suffers from Celiac disease.
(Read more at NJ.com)
According to an interview with the lawyer representing Christopher Quaglin, that prisoner has been at death’s door several times
In an interview recorded at Not of this World, the lawyer representing Christopher Quaglin claims that this prisoner has lost 61 pounds due to Celiac disease while being imprisoned by Biden and has been near death several times. While the judge and prosecutor seem not to care about this prisoner’s fate, it would work in Biden’s best interests for the president to fix the situation.
Additionally, this same lawyer claims that several defendants remain in solitary confinement for over 2 years. This exceeds international standards for torture of prisoners.
Additionally, at least one other source reported on the use of solitary confinement against 6 January defendants
Tablet Magazine goes into the issue of solitary confinement of the 6 January 2021 defendants.
Two years on, the legacy of January 6, 2021, is reflected in the ongoing saga around the protesters, agitators, and rioters who gathered at the U.S. Capitol: Some are in prison, and some still await trial, while others have just recently been arrested. Whatever one thinks of the events at the Capitol, the judicial process has been wildly inconsistent in its application of the law to those involved. The pretrial detention of certain defendants has been inhumane. The long periods of solitary confinement for even nonviolent offenders led Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren to believe that isolation was being used to punish people before they had been convicted of anything, or to “break them so that they will cooperate.” Hundreds of other defendants remain tied up in legal limbo.
Perhaps it’s no surprise that the criminal justice system seems to be playing by a special set of rules for the January 6 defendants given the way that day has been described. President Biden has referred to those involved as “insurrectionists who placed a dagger to the throat of our democracy” and last year called it the “worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War.” Not to be outdone, Vice President Kamala Harris compared January 6 to both Pearl Harbor and 9/11.
Biden and Harris can’t possibly believe that a riot in which only one person died by violence—that was Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt who was shot by a Capitol police officer—is comparable to some of the bloodiest calamities in American history. The over-the-top language, which has been repeated by countless other politicians and pundits, places the event and the people who participated in it in a special category outside the normal standards of the law.
According to the latest Department of Justice update, published on January 4, 2023, 950 people have been arrested for their roles in the events at the Capitol. The agency reports that more than 284 defendants “have been charged with assaulting, resisting, or impeding officers or employees, including approximately 99 individuals who have been charged with using a deadly or dangerous weapon or causing serious bodily injury to an officer.” Of the 950 people arrested, “approximately 860 defendants have been charged with entering or remaining in a restricted federal building or grounds. Of those, 91 defendants have been charged with entering a restricted area with a dangerous or deadly weapon.” 484 defendants have pleaded guilty, although only 119 to felonies and 351 defendants have been sentenced to date, including 192 to jail time.
Many of those arrested for their activity on January 6 were charged with and convicted of violent, inexcusable crimes, like assaulting Capitol police officers. Others, however, appear to have been swept up in overly aggressive charges and sentences, and are now lingering in legal limbo. Among the hundreds of people arrested and imprisoned since that day, these are the stories of just a few of those currently incarcerated.
(Read about the specific cases at Tablet Magazine)
Explain why Biden found himself so focused on the control of information
The New York Magazine‘s Intelligencer provided a late and liberally-biased view of the “Twitter files” that had started to be exposed some months earlier.
Twitter is not what it seems. The social-media platform poses as a neutral marketplace for the exchange of ideas and information; an agora where journalists, politicians, academics, cultural icons, business titans, and ordinary citizens can engage in a dialogue unbounded by gatekeeping elites.
But it is actually a tool of progressive power. While you were hypnotized by viral memes, a cabal of social-justice STEM majors seized the commanding heights of the attention economy. And they have been using it to bend the mass public to their will. By subtly manipulating which forms of speech do and do not gain prominence — and/or simply banishing wrongthink from its platform — Twitter imposes woke orthodoxy on the nation’s youth while insulating the liberal elite from popular rebuke. This information warfare hasn’t merely cost conservative commentators followers or retweets; it cost a Republican president the White House.
That’s the story that conservatives want to tell about what Twitter used to be, in the bad old days before Elon Musk begrudgingly bought it. Fortunately, Twitter’s new CEO has a deep-seated objection to social-media companies using their power over discourse to promote partisan causes. Therefore, Musk is using his newfound power over discourse to promote the conservative movement’s demagogic narratives about Twitter and the Democratic president’s son.
Specifically, Musk delivered a vast trove of internal Twitter documents to two independent journalists, Matt Taibbi and Bari Weiss, who have long endorsed aspects of the GOP’s indictment of the platform. Taibbi and Weiss proceeded to publish a pair of exposés on Twitter’s inner workings. Dubbed “the Twitter Files,” these reports featured a couple genuinely concerning findings about pre-Musk Twitter’s operations. But they were also saturated in hyperbole, marred by omissions of context, and discredited by instances of outright mendacity. Musk’s commentary on the Twitter Files, meanwhile, proved even more demagogic and deceptive than the exposés themselves.
For these reasons, the Twitter Files are best understood as an egregious example of the very phenomenon it purports to condemn — that of social-media managers leveraging their platforms for partisan ends.
(Read more at the Intelligencer)
Of course, there was also the controlling of information embodied in the blocking of the Hunter laptop story
The Guardian was one of many honest outlets that exposed the truth hidden by Biden regarding the Hunter laptop story.
Facebook and Twitter took steps on Wednesday to limit the spread of a controversial New York Post article critical of Joe Biden, sparking outrage among conservatives and stoking debate over how social media platforms should tackle misinformation ahead of the US election.
In an unprecedented step against a major news publication, Twitter blocked users from posting links to the Post story or photos from the unconfirmed report. Users attempting to share the story were shown a notice saying: “We can’t complete this request because this link has been identified by Twitter or our partners as being potentially harmful.” Users clicking or retweeting a link already posted to Twitter are shown a warning the “link may be unsafe”.
Twitter said it was limiting the article’s spread due to questions about “the origins of the materials” included in the article, which contained material supposedly pulled from a computer that had been left by Hunter Biden at a Delaware computer repair shop in April 2019. Twitter policies prohibit “directly distribut[ing] content obtained through hacking that contains private information”.
The company further explained the decision in a series of tweets on Wednesday, saying some of the images in the article contained personal and private information. Twitter’s policy against posting hacked material was established in 2018. Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, said the company’s communication about the decision to limit the article’s spread was “not great”, saying the team should have shared more context publicly.
(Read more lies and tripe from Twitter and the libs as reported by The Guardian)
Additionally, there was the matter of Biden’s domination of the COVID discussion and who knows what other expressions of free speech
If Biden were really elected without cheating, why does he work so to be a dictator? Why must he control every aspect of so many types of information?
Is there proof he has not taken even more unConstitutional steps against the First Amendment (since he has done so many other acts against our Constitution)?