Planning for the Coup began early but indictments of ‘Higher Ups’ to come slowly as some are ‘Pardoned’

via Twitter, taken January 5, an alleged planning session for the attack

What were certain GOP house members doing during the attack and why are they now subject to arrest?

Raw Story: Some military veterans began recruitment efforts within days of the election to challenge the congressional certification of Joe Biden’s victory, according to prosecutors.

Indictments against a pair of Ohio militia members and a Virginia man show some of former president Donald Trump’s supporters recruited, trained and transported militants to Washington, D.C, to disrupt the joint session of Congress and overturn Biden’s win, reported the Washington Post.

A four-count indictment accuses three military veterans — 38-year-old Jessica Marie Watkins and 50-year-old Donovan Ray Crowl, both of Woodstock, Ohio, and 66-year-old Thomas Caldwell, of Berryville, Virginia — of conspiring to obstruct Congress and other counts punishable up to 20 years in prison.

Prosecutors say Caldwell appears to have ties to the anti-government Oath Keepers organization, although his attorney denies he’s a member, and accused him and Watkins of contacting recruits Nov. 9, two days after Biden was projected as the election winner, and holding “basic training” near Columbus, Ohio, to get them “fighting fit by inauguration.”

The newly unsealed indictment also alleges Watkins took part in an encrypted “leadership only” call to coordinate the violent action, and that Caldwell arranged with someone to bring weapons and at least 40 people from North Carolina ahead of Jan. 6.

All three have denied wrongdoing in the Capitol insurrection.

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  1. Since the FBI is reporting these messages, I would have to think that this is straightforward for them to trace on a platform like Facebook. Some of these freshman Congressman don’t strike me as especially bright. 1. the account from is traceable, 2. the device the message originated from is traceable.

    • Think about it like this: up until a few days ago and since 2003 big US crimes and criminals have not only gone unpunished, they even got promoted. Even Obama with all his rhetoric of good intentions was only able to put the Wall Street regulations back up and keep going.

      With that in mind plus the fact that white criminals felt invincible and untouchable during the orange bozo’s term, the congressmen’s “stupidities” makes perfect sense.

      A rude awakening is on its way.

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