A study by two university professors of the people charged in the January 6th Capitol riot found that, contrary to Democrat/media claims, 90% of them had no ties to or affiliations with any rightwing groups. Rather than being underclass yahoos, 85% were business owners or white collar workers, including doctors, attorneys, architects and a bank manager. And the overwhelming majority lived in predominantly Democratic areas.
The surprised researchers said this shows the anger over the 2020 election is much more widespread than just a handful of radical groups, and “this is a very big sign that we’re dealing with a new political movement with violence at its core that can’t be reduced to the usual suspects.”
Talk about tunnel vision! That sounds like a feeble excuse to brand half the nation as a violent political threat, which is exactly the fantasy the left would like you to believe.
Maybe those who live in predominantly Democratic areas weren’t violent and paranoid, but they just spend so much time around leftists that they know what they say and what they’re capable of, and that’s why they didn’t trust the results of the election. And maybe instead of using this study as proof that half the country should be demonized, it should be taken as a sign that half the country isn’t buying the narrative, particularly not when every question about the election is met with censorship and “canceling,” while all attempts to investigate such questions are fought and stonewalled.
Maybe it means that if Biden wants to end the suspicions and get the entire nation to accept him as the legitimate President, he should call for an open, bipartisan, transparent examination of the 2020 election. You know, exactly as I suggested right here, about three days after the election.