Proud Boys Leader: If Biden doesn't listen 'there will be more violence'



Proud Boys chief Enrique Tarrio believes there will probably be extra violence in the US if the brand new Biden administration would not take heed to their grievances.

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25 thoughts on “Proud Boys Leader: If Biden doesn't listen 'there will be more violence'

  1. So their leader was (is) an FBI informant and they're still threaten the country, apparently they haven't seen the "Black Klansman" movie.

  2. “January 6th was a disgrace. American citizens attacked their own government. They used terrorism to stop a piece of domestic business they did not like. Fellow Americans beat and bloodied our own police. They stormed the center floor. They tried to hunt down the speaker of the House. They built a gallows and chanted about murdering the Vice President. They did this because they'd been fed wild falsehoods by the most powerful man on Earth. Because he was angry that he had lost an election. Former President Trump's actions preceded the riot for a disgraceful disgraceful dereliction of duty. The House accused the former President of quote, “incitement”. That is a specific term for the criminal law. Let me just put that aside for a moment and reiterate something I said weeks ago. There is no question, none, that President Trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day. No question about it. The people that stormed this building believed they were acting on the wishes and instructions of their President. And having that belief was a foreseeable consequence of the growing crescendo of false statements, of conspiracy theories and reckless hyperbole which the defeated President kept shouting into the largest megaphone on planet Earth. The issue is not only the President's intemperate language on January 6th it is not just his endorsement of remarks in which an associate urged quote, “Trial by combat.” It was also the entire manufactured atmosphere of looming catastrophe. The increasingly wild meth about a reverse landslide election that was somehow being stolen, some secrete coup, by our now President. Now I defended the President's right to bring any complaints to our legal system. The legal system spoke. The electoral college spoke. As I said of and said clearly at that time, the election was settled. It's over. But that just really opened up a new chapter of even wilder, wilder and more unfounded claims. The leader of the free world can not spend weeks thundering that shadowy forces are stealing our country and then claim surprise when people believe him and do reckless things. And sadly many politicians sometimes make overheated comments or use metaphors we saw that, that unhinged listeners might take literally but that was different. That's different from what we saw. This was an intensifying crescendo of conspiracy theories orchestrated by an outgoing President who seemed determined to either overturn the voters decision or else torch our institutions on the way out. The unconscionable behavior did not end when the violence actually began. Whatever our ex-President claims he thought might happen that day, whatever reaction he says he meant to produce, by that afternoon we know he was watching the same live television as the rest of us. A mob was assaulting the Capitol in his name. These criminals were carrying his banners. Hanging his flags and screaming their loyalty to him. It was obvious that only President Trump could end this. He was the only one who could. Former aids publicly begged him to do so. Loyal allies frantically called the administration. The President did not act swiftly, he did not do his job. He did not take steps so federal law could be faithfully executed and order restored. No, instead, according to public reports he watched television happily, happily as the chaos unfolded. He kept pressing his scheme to overturn the election. Now even after it was clear to any reasonable observer that vice President Pence was in serious danger, even as the mob carrying Trump banners was beating cops and breaching parameters the President sent a further tweet attacking his own vice President. Now predictably and foreseeably under the circumstances, members of the mob seemed to interpret this as a further inspiration to lawlessness and violence, not surprisingly. Later, even when the President did halfheartedly begin calling for peace, he didn't call right away for the riot to end. He did not tell the mob to depart until even later. And even then with police officers bleeding and broken glass covering Capitol floors he kept repeating election lies and praising the criminals. In recent weeks our ex-President's associates have tried to use the 74 million Americans who voted to reelect him as a kind of human shield against criticism. Using the 74 million who voted for him as a kind of human shield against criticism. Anyone who decries his awful behavior is accused of insulting millions of voters. That's an absurd deflection. Seventy-four million Americans did not invade the Capitol, hundreds of rioters did. Seventy-four million Americans did not engineer the campaign of disinformation and rage that provoked it, one person did. Just one.” —– Speech by Mitch McConnell at Trump's second impeachment trial.

  3. They Guy Thats A Break Off Of The 3%
    Says That The Violence Is Horrible, So Tell Me When It Comes Time For Them To Do Violence , Isn't That Going To Also Be Horrible?

  4. No one in Gov't has to listen to morons with their conspiracy theories. Besides, they will be ready for any trouble and will arrest them with federal crimes. The party is over.

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