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What counties got hit by the storm?

I saw a tornado hit somewhere.

When the hell will Dumpsh*t be in a court ?

We are approaching 6 months . When the hell will he be in a court?

Does he have a rabbits foot up his a$$ ?


1. E. Jean Carroll Defamation Suit
2. Summer Zervos Defamation Suit
3. Mary Trump Fraud Litigation
4. Panama Hotel Fraud and Tax Litigation
5. Doe v. The Trump Corporation Class Action
6. DC Civil Suit over Misuse of 2017 Inauguration Funds
7. Bennie Thompson Incitement Suit for Jan. 6 Capitol Attack
8. Eric Swalwell Incitement Suit for Jan. 6 Riots
9. Capitol Police Suit for Jan. 6 Riots
10. NAACP’s Legal Defense Fund Voting Rights Case
11. NY Civil Suit over Fraudulent Real Estate Practices
12. Investigations into Trump’s Finances
13. DC Attorney General Incitement Investigation for Attack on U.S. Capitol
14. Fulton County, Georgia Criminal Election Influence Investigation

Another "Three Percenter" Bites the Dust.....Guy Reffitt

Prosecutors have charged a fourth Capitol riot defendant with a firearms violation


A fourth Capitol riot defendant was charged Thursday with firearms violations in connection with the January 6 attack. The new charges add weight to claims that rioters used weapons during the mob violence and come after dozens of riot defendants have already been charged with wielding other "deadly or dangerous" weapons.

The defendant, Guy Reffitt, of Wylie, Texas, was charged with two new crimes in a superseding indictment Thursday, which alleged that he transported a rifle and a semi-automatic handgun to D.C. and that he carried the semi-automatic handgun while on U.S. Capitol grounds January 6.

Reffitt had already been facing three other charges for alleged obstruction of an official proceeding, entering and remaining in a restricted area and obstruction of justice. In the original affidavit filed when he was arrested in January, prosecutors said Reffitt had told his family that he'd brought his gun to D.C. and had "stormed the Capitol," but they hadn't previously charged him with a firearms violation.

Reffitt's wife told prosecutors he is a member of a "Three Percenters" militia — a group that likens present-day U.S. government to the oppression of British authorities during the Revolutionary war — and in an April court filing, the government said that Reffitt had spoken over Zoom with two other Three Percenter militia members on January 10, and told them he had been carrying a .40 firearm on his side January 6.

Bringing a gun...tsk,tsk,tsk

Dude...youre screwed

Another one Bites the Dust....Kentucky's own Kurt Peterson

Another Kentucky man arrested in connected to Capitol riot


A Kentucky man has been arrested in connection to the U.S. Capitol riot earlier this year.

FBI Louisville announced Kurt Peterson of Hodgenville was charged with obstructing an official proceeding, destruction of government property and entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds.

Peterson is in federal custody, and his first court appearance is scheduled for June 16. More information on his arrest have yet to be released


Its really sad to go thru life this stupid.

Question: Do FURRIES enjoy sex as furries?

Is sex part of the lifestyle at these conventions?

Its not my style but I always wondered if thats something thats part of the culture.

2 more MAGAts Bite the Dust....Nolan Harold Kidd, 21, and Savanah Danielle McDonald, 20.


Two more Georgians arrested in Capitol riots, said police told them to come inside

A 21-year-old and 20-year-old from the Athens area were arrested in connection to the storming of the U.S. Capitol, the FBI announced Wednesday.

The pair make at least 14 people now from Georgia who have been arrested in the Jan. 6 breach of the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob.

On Twitter the FBI's Atlanta office identified the two as Nolan Harold Kidd, 21, and Savanah Danielle McDonald, 20. Kidd is from Crawford, in Oglethorpe County, and McDonald from Elberton in Elbert County, the FBI said.


“We weren’t just there we went farther than almost anyone into the building . . . [m]aybe about top 15 people," the account believed to belong to Kidd stated in one message. "Me and Savannah are F****** STORMTROOPERS.” The day after the riots, McDonald allegedly wrote to the group, “My chest hurts . . . ut we did the right thing.”


enjoy prison losers

South Carolina couple Bite the dust...John Getsinger Jr. and Stacie Hargis-Getsinger


FBI arrests South Carolina couple on charges related to Jan. 6 Capitol riot

Two more alleged South Carolina rioters in the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection have been arrested by the FBI, bringing the total number of people with S.C. ties arrested to seven.

John Getsinger Jr. and Stacie Hargis-Getsinger, of Hanahan, a city in Berkeley County just north of Charleston, were arraigned Tuesday afternoon in Charleston before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mary Gordon Baker in a initial proceeding where they were presented with the charges against them.

Baker released the couple, who are described as “the Getsingers” in charging documents, on a $75,000 unsecured bond each and their promise to appear for future court proceedings in the District of Columbia.


Stacie Getsinger also expressed “concern” that they would go to jail for being in the Capitol building, according to the criminal complaint.


Oh....NOW she's concerned

2 more Minnesotans Bite the Dust......Brian Mock and ex-mayor Daniel Johnson



Two more Minnesotans have been arrested in connection to the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

FBI Minneapolis special agents arrested 42-year-old Brian Mock of Minneapolis and 29-year-old Daniel Johnson of Austin on charges relating to criminal acts at the U.S. Capitol. Mock was charged with assaulting an officer, obstruction of law enforcement during civil disorder, acts of physical violence on the Capitol grounds, and knowingly entering restricted buildings or grounds. Johnson was charged with entering a restricted building, disorderly conduct in a restricted building, violent entry, and demonstrating in a Capitol building.

On Jan. 6, the U.S. Capitol was overrun by a crowd of President Donald Trump’s supporters as senators worked to certify the results of the 2020 election, resulting in several deaths.

According to the criminal complaint, body camera captured Mock pushing a U.S. Capitol police officer to the ground and apparently kicking the officer. Mock then shouted "Get out! Go" to the other officers while standing at the front of the crowd. As the crowd continued advance on the officers on the terrace, Mock shoved another Capitol police officer, who was holding a police shield, to the ground. Mock picked up Capitol police riot shields and passed them back to the crowd.


According to the complaint, Daryl Johnson was formerly the mayor of St. Ansgar, Iowa. Daryl was arrested in Iowa and also charged for entering the Capitol.


Yes, Another one Bites the Dust....substitute teacher Robert Morss.


‘This Is Our Capitol’: Penn State Grad and Former Substitute Teacher Arrested for Allegedly Fighting with Numerous Cops, Stealing Property During Pro-Trump Riot

A Penn State graduate has been arrested and charged with numerous crimes in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol Complex, according to a recent filing in D.C. federal district court.

Robert Morss, a now-former substitute teacher, was arrested by the FBI at his apartment in Glenshaw, Pa. on Friday morning on suspicion of having been at the front lines of the violent and deadly pro-Trump attack on the national legislative seat of government.

According to federal prosecutors, the defendant was seen in multiple media photos “wearing tan camouflage clothing with a tactical style vest, scissors tucked in the front of the vest, tan gloves, and at times a red baseball style hat” that bears the inscription of the 45th president’s 2016 presidential campaign slogan–and which has become a call sign for fellow travelers affiliated with his movement.


The defendant is charged with: (1) assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers or employees; (2) civil disorder; (3) robbery of personal property of the United States; and (4) obstruction of an official proceeding.

Chicago police officer BITES THE DUST....Karol J. Chwiesiuk


Federal authorities arrested a Chicago police officer Friday in connection with his alleged role in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Karol J. Chwiesiuk was arrested at his residence in Chicago, according to Joseph Fitzpatrick, assistant U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Illinois. He is charged with five federal misdemeanors alleging unlawful entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, according to the federal complaint,which includes images of Chwiesiuk inside the building wearing a Chicago Police Department sweatshirt.

Chwiesiuk appeared Friday before a U.S. Magistrate Judge in Chicago and was ordered released on a personal recognizance bond, Fitzpatrick said.

A selfie of Karol J. Chwiesiuk included in the US District Court for the District of Columbia's criminal complaint against Chwiesiuk.
According to the complaint, Chwiesiuk sent text messages to someone the Sunday before the attack saying he was going to D.C. to "save the nation" and "f*** up some commies." The person cooperated with authorities and said he'd known Chwiesiuk for 10 years, according to the complaint.

When the person pointed out Donald Trump had lost the election and the courts had rejected the campaign's many legal challenges for lack of evidence or standing, Chwiesiuk responded: "Didn’t read. Busy planning how to f*** up commies."


So he wanted to "f**k up some commies" ?...Hows that working out for you?
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