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That might be a misquote. It appears she just got a facial from Papa Smurf.
About that smurf blue mascara...
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F.B.I. Is Pursuing ‘Hundreds’ in Capitol Riot Inquiry, Wray Tells Congress


The F.B.I. is pursuing potentially hundreds more suspects in the Capitol riot, the agency’s director told Congress on Tuesday, calling the effort to find those responsible for the deadly assault “one of the most far-reaching and extensive” investigations in the bureau’s history.

“We’ve already arrested close to 500, and we have hundreds of investigations that are still ongoing beyond those 500,” Christopher A. Wray, the F.B.I. director, told the House Oversight Committee. His assurances of how seriously the agency was taking the attack by a pro-Trump mob came as lawmakers pressed him and military commanders on why they did not do more to prevent the siege despite threats from extremists to commit violence.

“The threats, I would say, were everywhere,” said Representative Carolyn B. Maloney, a New York Democrat who is the chairwoman of the Oversight Committee. “The system was blinking red.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/15/us/politics/capitol-riot-inquiry-fbi-congress.html?action=click&module=Top Stories&pgtype=Homepage
 




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Oath Keeper becomes first to plead guilty to conspiracy in Capitol riot case, agrees to cooperate​


A 55-year-old Florida man has become the first defendant charged with conspiracy to plead guilty to charges stemming from the January 6 Capitol riot. Graydon Young, an Oath Keeper who had been facing six charges including destruction of government property and civil disorder, pleaded guilty Wednesday to just two charges he had been facing for conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding.

Young became the second member of the Oath Keepers — which prosecutors define as a large but loosely organized collection of individuals, some of whom are associated with militias — to plead guilty in the Capitol riot investigation, but his was the first guilty plea from someone charged in the 16-person Oath Keepers conspiracy case.

The case is the largest single conspiracy case in the Capitol riot investigation, and has been a focal point for prosecutors attempting to discern the extent of planning that went into the attack on the Capitol.

In pleading guilty, Young also agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in exchange for a chance at a lower recommended sentence, which a judge said Wednesday could be between 63 and 78 months, approximately 5 to 6 and a half years, with an estimated fine ranging anywhere from $25,000 to $250,000 and a likely $2,000 in restitution. He had been facing a maximum possible sentence of 5 years for the charge of conspiracy and 20 years for the charge of obstruction of an official proceeding.

 

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Oath Keeper becomes first to plead guilty to conspiracy in Capitol riot case, agrees to cooperate​


A 55-year-old Florida man has become the first defendant charged with conspiracy to plead guilty to charges stemming from the January 6 Capitol riot. Graydon Young, an Oath Keeper who had been facing six charges including destruction of government property and civil disorder, pleaded guilty Wednesday to just two charges he had been facing for conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding.

Young became the second member of the Oath Keepers — which prosecutors define as a large but loosely organized collection of individuals, some of whom are associated with militias — to plead guilty in the Capitol riot investigation, but his was the first guilty plea from someone charged in the 16-person Oath Keepers conspiracy case.

The case is the largest single conspiracy case in the Capitol riot investigation, and has been a focal point for prosecutors attempting to discern the extent of planning that went into the attack on the Capitol.

In pleading guilty, Young also agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in exchange for a chance at a lower recommended sentence, which a judge said Wednesday could be between 63 and 78 months, approximately 5 to 6 and a half years, with an estimated fine ranging anywhere from $25,000 to $250,000 and a likely $2,000 in restitution. He had been facing a maximum possible sentence of 5 years for the charge of conspiracy and 20 years for the charge of obstruction of an official proceeding.

Serious time at any age, especially in your 50s - Wowza.
 

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White supremacist who wanted to be 'lone wolf killer' was on GPS monitoring at Capitol during riot, FBI says​


Bryan Betancur, of Silver Spring, Maryland, now faces multiple charges in connection with the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6.

WASHINGTON — A “self-professed white supremacist” who was on GPS monitoring as a condition of probation has been arrested for participating in the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6, the Department of Justice said Sunday.
Bryan Betancur, of Silver Spring, Maryland – also known as Bryan Clooney and Maximo Clooney – was taken into custody Sunday on charges of entering a restricted building or grounds, unlawful activities on Capitol Grounds and disorderly conduct.

According to a probable cause affidavit filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Betancur is currently out on probation after being released following a conviction for fourth degree burglary. He lives with his mother in Silver Spring.

The affidavit describes Betancur as a self-professed white supremacist “who has made statements to law enforcement officers that he is a member of several white supremacy organizations. Betancur has voiced homicidial ideations, made comments about conducting a school shooting, and has researched mass shootings. Betancur voiced support for James Fields, the individual convicted for killing an individual with his car during protests in Charlottesville, Virginia. Betancur has stated he wanted to run people over with a vehicle and kill people in a church.”

 



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Bill Cosby walked free after drugging and raping women, while people who were invited into the Capitol by the Capitol PD are rotting in solitary confinement.

Fact Check = True
 





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Bill Cosby walked free after drugging and raping women, while people who were invited into the Capitol by the Capitol PD are rotting in solitary confinement.

Fact Check = True
Tessie Poo, you set me up so purfectly, such a good kitty. Do you stand with Bill too?-

With endorsements like this one, you know you'll go far (Bill must be running low on funds, as the PR hack who thought this was a good idea is about as bright as The Fellers on here -

Bill Cosby Launches Tirade Against Howard University Over Phylicia Rashad Reprimand, Blames “Mainstream Media” For January Attack On U.S. Capitol



If anyone thought a now-free Bill Cosby was going to lay low for a bit after having his rape conviction and sentence suddenly overturned last week, think again. The much-accused actor once known as “America’s Dad” chose America’s Independence Day to prove them wrong.

In a somewhat confusing, scattered statement today, Cosby lashed out at Howard University’s rebuke of his former on-air spouse Phylicia Rashad after her enthusiasm at the disgraced actor’s release from prison. Going from bad to worse, Cosby also decried the bloody attempted coup at the Capitol in January as the fault of the mainstream media, and not MAGA morons. It was not a good look, to put it mildly, for the 83-year-old once legally labeled “sexually violent predator.”

“Howard University you must support ones Freedom of Speech (Ms. Rashad), which is taught or suppose to be taught everyday at that renowned law school, which resides on your campus,” the statement declared, speaking of the fictional Claire Huxtable’s real-life assertion of support for Cosby’s release on June 30. The actor was let go last week on a technicality after serving over two years of an up-to-10-year sentence for sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004.

Then, the legally blind Cosby, who fashioned himself in a long line of political prisoners during his stint in Pennsylvania’s State Correctional Institution at Phoenix, went supernova in his latest public remarks.

“This (sic) mainstream media are the Insurrectionists, who stormed the Capitol. Those same Media Insurrectionists are trying to demolish the Constitution of these United State of America on this Independence Day,” the statement put out by Cosby’s longtime spokesman Andrew Wyatt added. “No technicality — it’s a violation of ones rights & we the people stand in support of Ms. Phylicia Rashad.”

Whatever Cosby might think of the Donald Trump-stroked violent siege of Congress, as then VP Mike Pence and a joint House of Representatives and Senators gathered to formally confirm Joe Biden’s electoral college victory, the postulation by the actor likely will only further his isolation and toxicity.

Also, Cosby, who is hinting at going out on a comedy tour, is taking a very particular POV on Rashad and her much-criticized comments on her old co-star’s exit from jail and a criminal record.

As a firestorm erupted over Rashad’s comments, the now-Howard dean tried to pour cold water on the outrage.

Within hours, Rashad tweeted that she “fully support survivors of sexual assault coming forward. My post was in no way intended to be insensitive to their truth …My heartfelt wish is for healing.”

The HBC, which counts Vice President Kamala Harris, the late Chadwick Boseman, Jessye Norman, Toni Morrison and Black-ish’s Anthony Anderson among its illustrious alumni, replied with a comment of its own after Rashad’s initial post of “a miscarriage of justice is corrected!” at Cosby’s release thanks to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

The remarks that “victims must be heard and believed, ” and that Rashad’s first tweet “lacked sensitivity” left no doubt where the school was coming down in the controversial matter.

Not finished with her apology tour, Rashad penned a letter to Howard students and their parents late on July 2. “My remarks were in no way directed towards survivors of sexual assault,” the new-ish College of Fine Arts Dean said. “I vehemently oppose sexual violence, find no excuse for such behavior, and I know that Howard University has a zero-tolerance policy toward interpersonal violence.”

As for Cosby himself, after staying silent during a hyped press conference hours after his release last week, the actor has kept his pronouncements to social media and drops by his communications team and defense lawyers.

Also, even though the Keystone State’s top court vacated Cosby’s sentence because of a 2005 deal with the then-Montgomery County D.A. not to press criminal charges in the rape of Temple University employee Constand, the actor is far from being declared innocent of the charges.

For one thing, Cosby paid Constand millions in a civil settlement over 15 years ago. Secondly, Cosby admitted in 2005 depositions to giving Constand several Benadryl pills on the night of the alleged assault in his Philadelphia-area mansion in 2004. Still, The Cosby Show creator-star has insisted through various investigations, two trials and the sentencing hearing that the encounter was totally consensual.

Additionally, more than 60 women have claimed that Cosby drugged and assaulted them over the decades with a cocktail of pills and alcohol. A number of those women were among the onlookers at the two trials and the sentencing hearing in the fall of 2018. Also Judge Steven O’Neill permitted D.A. Steele to have five other accusers, including ex-America’s Next Top Model judge Janice Dickinson, take the stand in the second trial and tell their stories of being assaulted by Cosby.
 


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Oath Keeper becomes first to plead guilty to conspiracy in Capitol riot case, agrees to cooperate​


A 55-year-old Florida man has become the first defendant charged with conspiracy to plead guilty to charges stemming from the January 6 Capitol riot. Graydon Young, an Oath Keeper who had been facing six charges including destruction of government property and civil disorder, pleaded guilty Wednesday to just two charges he had been facing for conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding.

Young became the second member of the Oath Keepers — which prosecutors define as a large but loosely organized collection of individuals, some of whom are associated with militias — to plead guilty in the Capitol riot investigation, but his was the first guilty plea from someone charged in the 16-person Oath Keepers conspiracy case.

The case is the largest single conspiracy case in the Capitol riot investigation, and has been a focal point for prosecutors attempting to discern the extent of planning that went into the attack on the Capitol.

In pleading guilty, Young also agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in exchange for a chance at a lower recommended sentence, which a judge said Wednesday could be between 63 and 78 months, approximately 5 to 6 and a half years, with an estimated fine ranging anywhere from $25,000 to $250,000 and a likely $2,000 in restitution. He had been facing a maximum possible sentence of 5 years for the charge of conspiracy and 20 years for the charge of obstruction of an official proceeding.

And yet the leaders, and organizers of the Oath Keepers remain free from jail and uncharged with any crimes. Seems a little odd, doesn't it?
 




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