Today’s highly interesting read (01/14/21): Capitol Protesters Speak Out

Pro-Trump protesters make their way to the US Capitol building where lawmakers gathered to certify the 2020 presidential election results.

Today’s read is from John Daniel Davidson, the Political Editor at The Federalist. His writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, National Review, Texas Monthly, The Guardian, First Things, the Claremont Review of Books, The LA Review of Books, and elsewhere. Here’s an excerpt:

In the wake of the U.S. Capitol riot during a Donald Trump rally, corporate media won’t talk to the protesters or try to understand their point of view. So I did.

Read the entire column here.

3 thoughts on “Today’s highly interesting read (01/14/21): Capitol Protesters Speak Out

  1. Hi Kevin!
    I’ve tried to post here twice? three times?
    Unsuccessful huge posts! Either eventually they will show up. Or never.
    Either way, okay. But it’s a great article!
    It was a rally where some people misbehaved. Not a riot.
    Can people start to see through this?
    Will the MSM go too far with the mischaracterizations?
    Am I giving people too much credit that eventually they start to smell a rat?
    So eager to draw attention away from themselves and their misdeeds.
    To deflect and blame.
    To call names. To blame people for things they themselves are guilty of. This is narcissism.
    I said, in my messages, we have to get together sometime with the families, to get a beer or two and some sandwiches. Then we all can talk censor ship free if you and Jennifer are interested.


  2. Pingback: Capitol protesters; don’t ignore Trumpers; teacher unions flunk; Dems incited riots in 2020; and Packer Davante Adams | This Just In… From Franklin, WI

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