Grandma Charged With 'Parading' at Capitol Riot Told by Attorney to Denounce White Privilege Before Judge Sentenced Her
An Indiana grandmother up on trespassing charges in the Capitol riot case was told by her court-appointed public defender to denounce her “white privilege.” The defense attorney gave her a...
Can understand if the women assaulted an officer or destroyed property, but just going walking through an open door with officers standing there, wow. How about the public defender, what a peach....excuse me a freaking clown. Can't wait for the next republican president to pardon all these folks.
"Assistant U.S. Attorney Joshua Rothstein said in court Wednesday that “We don’t prosecute people based on their beliefs.”" Rightttttttttttttttttttt