In the US Capitol last month, six CBS staffers, including Marjorie Taylor Green, who work for Stephen Colbert’s CBS late-night program, were detained for trespassing after hours and intimidating GOP members. On the US House floor, she discussed how the group had harassed her on that particular day.
It’s crucial to keep in mind that the US Capitol was shut down at the time.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) allowed the insurrectionists inside the facility, where they stampeded, banged doors, and interfered with work.
“Colbert’s goons were not only harassing Republican lawmakers after hours but they also went and harassed and mocked the families of the January 6 prisoners held in prison for over a year without a trial,” the Gateway Pundit wrote regarding the incidents.
After being discovered inside a House Office Building after hours, Stephen Colbert’s crew was cleared of “unlawful entry” charges, it was reported on Monday.
After prosecutors concluded they “cannot proceed forward” with the misdemeanor charges against the nine people detained on June 16 in the Longworth House Office Building, the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington made the decision.
The incident happened after the third open hearing by the House panel looking into the Capitol uprising on January 6, 2021.
Given that the nine people arrested had been invited and that their escorts had never requested that they leave the building, a representative for the U.S. attorney’s office stated that it was unlikely that a conviction could be achieved and upheld.
Which resembles the defense of the political prisoners from January 6th identically.
“Though Capitol Police have refused to provide the names of those who were arrested, a person familiar with the matter provided The Associated Press with a list of nine people who had been stopped by Capitol Police.
They included several producers, along with comedian and writer Robert Smigel, the voice behind Triumph the Insult Comic Dog,” according to WagMTV on Monday.
The dismissal is hilarious because Matthew Graves, the US Attorney appointed by Biden who dropped the charges against Colbert’s thugs, is also the prosecutor looking into January 6, demonstrating the two-tiered justice system in the United States.
Additionally, Matthew Graves supports Merrick Garland, the US Attorney General.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Jesse Watters hosted Ned Ryan on Monday evening to talk about the dropped charges.
“The person responsible for dropping these charges is US attorney for the District of Columbia Matthew Graves, Who was appointed by Joe Biden and works for the Attorney General turns out. He’s also the prosecutor investigating January 6th. Is he giving those guys the same treatment? Let’s turn to Ned. Ryan, American Majority founder, and CEO. Alright, Ned, can you believe it- charges dropped against the Colbert 9?,” Watters said. CONTINUE READING…