There was an insurrection last week, but no one appeared to notice.
According to the media’s own definition, climate extremists rioted at the Department of the Interior.
These Leftists broke down the door, blocked the entrances, and began threatening federal employees inside.
Because they want the Biden administration to stop fossil fuels.
They want the Green New Deal, and they want it now.
Per CNN’s logic, what happened on January 6th was a “mostly peaceful protest.”
And that’s true.
Most people at January 6th were there for love of country.
They wanted to ensure that our election was fair, secure, and transparent.
Somehow, a few unarmed people managed to “overwhelm” security, and the media was all-too-quick to call it an insurrection.
In this case, however, all the Leftists at the protest were intent on breaking into the Department of the Interior.
This was a planned riot.
So where’s the outrage?
Will Biden, AOC, and Greta be held accountable?
View shocking footage from the breach below:
Here’s the scene outside. A Park Police car recently pulled up. Climate protesters are in DC all week demanding Biden to stop approving fossil fuel projects & declare a national climate emergency. Read how Indigenous people are leading this fight https://t.co/urgaAe2IrJ pic.twitter.com/me6cnBV6ht
— Ellie Silverman (@esilverman11) October 14, 2021
People appear to be able to walk through the entrance for a moment, but police are blocking the doorway again. Those inside are sitting in a circle and holding hands. pic.twitter.com/uYI7zxwu1p
— Ellie Silverman (@esilverman11) October 14, 2021
On the fifth consecutive day of a climate protest, 55 people were arrested in Washington D.C. for breaking into the Interior Department. @Logan_Ratick shares details. https://t.co/VlT7z8drtO pic.twitter.com/aIfF3fUJlw
— Newsmax (@newsmax) October 15, 2021
RADICAL INSURRECTION: No, this is not new video of the January 6th Capitol protest. This is extreme environmentalist protesters trying to force their way inside the U.S. Department of the Interior in Washington, DC!#Insurrection #EnvironmentalWhackos pic.twitter.com/uNCnOoKepT
— Mercury Chronicle 🇺🇸 (@MercuryReports) October 15, 2021
Of course, the mainstream media refused to cover this.
Because this was much worse than what happened on January 6th.
But the media wants to keep promoting whatever narrative they can to hurt President Trump.
PJ Media has more details on the insurrection:
Remember the shocking footage of protesters who chanted obscenities as they broke into and vandalized a federal building and attacked police in an apparent insurrection?
You should, because it happened last week. Last Thursday, a mob of climate activists got violent and broke into the Department of the Interior, in what some would call an insurrection—if it had involved Trump supporters.
“Multiple injuries were sustained by security personnel, and one officer has been transported to a nearby hospital. Medics representing both the Department and the protesters were present,” Interior Department spokeswoman Melissa Schwartz said in a statement.
“Interior Department leadership believes strongly in respecting and upholding the right to free speech and peaceful protest. Centering the voices of lawful protesters is and will continue to be an important foundation of our democracy,” her statement continued. “It is also our obligation to keep everyone safe. We will continue to do everything we can to de-escalate the situation while honoring first amendment rights.”
We have a question for the media.
This question applies to the Biden administration as well.
Where are the condemnation of these radical Leftists?
Where is the investigation behind this planned attack and all the damage that has been done?
It’s been 10 months and the Left is still investigating January 6.
Why don’t they take the time to investigate this?
PROTEST CLASH: Police and protesters clashed outside the Department of the Interior on Thursday, as dozens gathered to demonstrate against a proposed pipeline expansion from Alberta, Canada to Wisconsin. pic.twitter.com/jVKLau27r3
— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 15, 2021
During a week of D.C. climate action protests led by indigenous people, demonstrators clashed with police Thursday outside the interior department.
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) October 15, 2021
Friends and family of Bijan Ghaisar have gathered outside Interior Department tonight to protest the police involved shooting that has left them stunned and looking for answers. pic.twitter.com/xdtlMOniOn
— Paul Wagner (@paulcwagner) January 26, 2018
— Michael Greenberg (@mikegreen1122) October 14, 2021
Over 100 people were arrested, tho WaPo initially reported only 55 arrests.
It’s been reported by some that dozens were tazed.
Both police officers as well as “protesters” were injured.
This was clearly a significant event, yet the TV networks have not covered this story.
The Washington Post confirms:
Police and climate activists clashed Thursday during protests at the Interior Department, with security personnel sustaining “multiple injuries” and one officer being taken to a hospital, agency spokeswoman Melissa Schwartz said.
Climate demonstrators were attempting to occupy the Interior Department, with dozens entering the Stewart Lee Udall Main Interior Building on C Street NW. Those who remained outside clashed with police as they tried to keep the one unlocked door open. At times, protesters attempted to push past the police line.
The protesters were here for People vs. Fossil Fuels, five days of demonstrations by a coalition of groups known as Build Back Fossil Free that has included Indigenous leaders from across the country. The coalition’s name is a nod to President Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda.
People vs. Fossil Fuels said in a statement that 55 people were arrested during the protest, including Indigenous leaders, and said police “acted aggressively” by using Tasers on at least two people and batons to hit others. A spokesperson for the Federal Protective Service, which Schwartz said responded to the protest to “mitigate the situation,” did not immediately respond to a request for comment on police tactics and arrests.
Protesters said they wanted to speak with Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, the first Native American to hold the position. Haaland was traveling outside Washington at the time, Schwartz said in a statement.
“Interior Department leadership believes strongly in respecting and upholding the right to free speech and peaceful protest,” Schwartz said in a statement. “It is also our obligation to keep everyone safe. We will continue to do everything we can to de-escalate the situation while honoring first amendment rights.”
Photos and video from inside the building showed dozens of climate demonstrators, including Indigenous leaders, sitting and holding hands. Jennifer Falcon, an Indigenous Environmental Network spokeswoman, tweeted from inside the building that police were arresting people.
If the media won’t cover this “insurrection,” then it’s up to us.
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