• Maybe Someone Meant "Invasion," And Not "Insurrection."

    From Intelligent Party@Intelligent@savetheworldmsn.com to sac.politics,ca.general,alt.california,ca.politics,ny.politics,nyc.politics on Sun Mar 7 16:05:57 2021
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    Maybe someone meant to say "invasion," and not "insurrection."

    According to the dictionary, it looks like the "act" has to be violent. If some
    violence occurred, is not an excuse to stereotype the 99% who did not support such
    violence. Only that one person, then, would be involved in an "insurrection."

    It wasn't an insurrection, whether someone meant to say insurrection or not. If
    they did mean to say insurrection, they're a liar, or in grave error. That lie
    persists in the Media today.

    Thought precedes action. Good thought precedes good action. Bad though precedes
    bad action. That it was an "insurrection," is a thought; preceding police action.
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