Donald Trump once again expressed his support for the Capitol rioters
15 days after announcing his candidacy for the 2024 presidential election, Donald Trump, whose speech and actions seem increasingly radical, said on Thursday 1.er On the evening of December 6, several American media outlets reported solidarity with his supporters who were on trial for attacking the Capitol, the seat of Congress, on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. New York Times and Washington post.
“In my opinion, people have been treated unconstitutionally and very, very unfairly, and we’re going to get to the bottom of it. This is the militarization of the Ministry of Justice, and we cannot allow such a thing in our country.” The former president of the United States says in a video supporting the Patriot Freedom Project (not available from France). The fundraiser was started by then-Vice President Mike Pence to benefit protesters who wanted to forcefully oppose the ratification of Joe Biden’s victory.
“The men and women who stood up for what they believed to be a fraudulent election are now suffering greatly because of political persecution. Women and children are at risk due to the unjustified detention of their spouses. As Americans, we must stand by these families and help them today.”, we can read on the website of the collection. About 900 people were arrested in this case, at least 100 of them, including two, were sentenced to prison terms on sedition charges.
Donald Trump already promised in September that if he is re-elected in 2024, he will pardon them and apologize on behalf of the United States. He himself is the subject of an investigation into the attack on the Capitol and another into the White House archives. .
“Our people used law enforcement agencies against the opposition party like never before”, he sang a tune very close to the anthem of the far-right conspiracy movement QAnon in a chorus of supporters during a rally in Ohio ahead of the midterm elections in November. Recently, her dinner with Kanye West, now nicknamed “Ye,” made headlines.
Nick Fuentes, who is now a supposed supporter of anti-Semitic theses and who once again distinguished himself by expressing his admiration for Adolf Hitler, was accompanied by the super-white rapper Nick Fuentes. The author of the podcast “America First”, in which he specifically protested the reality of the Holocaust, was last recognized during the 2017 violence by far-right activists in Charlottesville, Virginia. He is also the leader of the groypers, a group of racist, homophobic and sexist trolls. He was finally photographed in front of the Capitol on January 6, 2021 with a megaphone in hand.
The former tenant of the White House tried to overcome the controversy that arose from this dinner, which was held at his villa in Mar-a-Lago, Florida. “fast” and “no date”. “We got along really well, he didn’t say anything anti-Semitic, and I appreciated all the nice things he said about me. (…). Why wouldn’t I agree to meet him? “, he wrote about the singer on the Truth social network. As for Nick Fuentes, Trump assures that he did not know anything about him before this trip.
In particular, it drew the ire of the Zionist Organization of America, which challenged the former president. “We publicly condemn the white supremacy of Kanye West, a Jew-hater, and Nick Fuentes, a Holocaust revisionist.”.
Fifteen days ago, the same organization awarded the former head of state with the Theodor Herzl medal. “For outstanding achievements on behalf of Israel and American Jewry” thanks him for The Abraham Accords between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain, moving the American embassy to Jerusalem, recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights, withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal, and ending remittances to the Palestinians. The award has been given to only a few heads of state or government, including former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, former US President Harry Truman, and Israeli Prime Ministers David Ben-Gurion and Golda Meir.
“The US and Israel are allies not only militarily, but also economically and politically. We are also morally, culturally and spiritually allied and always will be – at least if I have a say in the matter.– said Donald Trump during the award ceremony.
In a video uploaded Thursday night, he reveals that support for the January 6, 2021 riots will be a major theme in his campaign to win back the White House. “As you know, we’re going to be thinking about it and we’re going to be talking about it very, very strongly in the coming weeks, months. (…)during the campaign »promised.