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WATCH: Trump Says He Will Consider Pardons For January 6th Protestors If Elected In 2024


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Many of us are upset with the confinement of political prisoners under the Biden regime…

What happened on January 6th was a raucous protest, some might say a riot, but an insurrection? Not a single one of those protestors was armed, and police let them into the building that day.

In the investigation which ensued the F.B.I. found no evidence of premeditation by Trump supporters to organize violence—everything was spontaneous, or reportedly encouraged by the F.B.I. itself.

Supporters of President Trump have been somewhat disappointed by his handling of the situation, and his response to seeing some of his supporters taken as political prisoners of the current administration.

The latest reports indicate that he is giving the situation some thought though…

Sources say that during a rally on Saturday, President Trump has promised to consider pardons for the January 6th protesters if elected again in 2024:

Conservative Brief writes:

At his “Save America” rally on Saturday, the 45th President of the United States said he could pardon some of the people involved in the riot at the Capitol on January 6, 2021.

“If I run, and if I win, we will treat those people from January 6 fairly. We will treat them fairly,” he said as the crowd cheered.

 

Left-wing Politico had this to say:

The comments themselves could have an effect on the Justice Department’s ongoing criminal prosecution of more than 725 — and counting — members of the mob who breached the Capitol or attacked police outside, particularly in cases that are likely to carry stiff sentences that extend past President Joe Biden’s first term.

Trump’s hint that he might pardon people his supporters claim have been treated “unfairly” could become a calculus in their decisions to accept plea deals or enter into negotiations with prosecutors.



 

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