Shame! Shame!

This was mayhem and it is difficult not to believe it was agitated and coordinated before January 6, 2021 — another day of shameful infamy! Did you not see the in-depth, 40-minute documentary video put together by the New York Times and posted earlier on this blog?

As a professional police leader for over thirty years, I cannot tell you how outraged I continue to be after viewing the assault on our nation’s police in our capital city. This insurrection resulted in over 1,000 assaults on police officers, the death of one officer, and suicides of two others. What’s become of us?

Read the following from the September 1st, 2021 issue of Politico Magazine by Kyle Cheney. At least the wheels of justice are turning and more than 600 persons have been charged for participating in this event.

But more investigation needs to happen. We must get to the root of this and make sure this never happens again. It must be strongly stated “This is not who we are!”


“The rioters who participated in the Jan. 6 insurrection committed more than 1,000 assaults on federal officers, according to a review of body-cam footage that prosecutors described in a court filing late Wednesday.

“‘Based on a review of the body-worn-camera footage conducted by our Office, the footage displays approximately 1,000 events that may be characterized as assaults on federal officers,’ wrote Emily Miller, the federal prosecutor leading evidence-collection efforts for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, D.C.

“The statistic was included in a status update provided to the judge in the case of Couy Griffin, one of more than 600 defendants charged for joining the mob at the Capitol. Prosecutors say they have reviewed more than 2,900 police body-camera videos totaling more than 2,300 hours and are in the process of uploading them to an evidence database to be made available to defendants.

“Prosecutors have already charged more than 100 Capitol defendants with assaulting or impeding officers from the U.S. Capitol Police and the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department. More than 130 officers were injured during the violence unleashed by the mob of supporters of then-President Donald Trump who stormed the Capitol as Congress was in the process of certifying Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election. One officer died shortly after the attack, and several others died by suicide in the weeks and months since.

“Trump has, in recent months, sought to rewrite the history of his supporters’ actions inside the Capitol, claiming they were peaceful and particularly well-mannered toward police. The new statistic, though, underscores the intense violence of the attack and the fact that prosecutors are still hunting for dozens, if not hundreds, of suspects in some of the violent crimes that day…”

Read the entire article HERE



  1. and what of the officers shown to be letting rioters inside the building?

    shameful 1 – the act of those officers shameful 2. – whoever coordinated that stand down and the lack of police support. shameful 3 – your continued propaganda that tries to call out Trump but not those “police” and politicians who allowed that to happen.

    this was a freaking red flag psychological operation for a political agenda.

    you are either just another pawn to propagate the lies of the left. or you are a far left nut yourself who just sees what he wants to see, blind to what’s really going on.

    either way, shame on you.




    1. Always interesting to hear other observations of January 6. Perhaps you might do better in your arguments if you refrain from calling people who have other views “far left nuts.” I’m sure you can do better, Jim.


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