National Public Radio (NPR), endowed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and other left-wing organizations, has built an impressive investigation into the January 6 “siege,” tracking more than 400 defenders of liberty, now known as “insurrectionists,” in a well-designed, government-style database, complete with details of defendants’ occupation, location, and charges, as drawn from official Department of Justice (DOJ) documents. An unlikely ally of the dozens of political prisoners who remain incarcerated and deteriorating in solitary confinement is Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who has called out the cruelty against Americans being treated as terrorists but convicted of no crime. Many of the defenders’ worst offenses consist of their beliefs that the 2020 presidential election was stolen and a stubborn refusal to recant those claims. Thus the deafening silence of this barbarous treatment of free American citizens cannot be solely pinned on the Democrats. Politico has reported that “such treatment doesn’t sit well with Warren or Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), two of the chamber’s fiercest critics of solitary confinement. In an interview, Warren said: Solitary confinement is a form of punishment that is cruel and psychologically damaging. And we’re talking about people who haven’t been convicted of anything yet. The majority of those arrested, and dozens still detained in deplorable conditions, face allegations of trespassing and disorderly conduct, offenses that clearly do not warrant such outrageous consequences of extensive incarceration.
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